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Topic: Tips And Tricks For Offset LDA/ILS Approaches
Username: FrequentFlyKid
Posted 2002-10-20 00:41:07 and read 4942 times.

Well, I guess the question is in the title. Does anybody have any. I am having trouble getting them right.

Topic: RE: Tips And Tricks For Offset LDA/ILS Approaches
Username: Sinlock
Posted 2002-10-20 03:45:19 and read 4914 times.

It just takes practice,
You have to deactivate the AP at different points for different airports. At Reagan the glide slope will have you to low for your turn about 1.5 miles from the runway (RW19). It's real fun with 1 mile vis
At PHNL the ILS beam is at the end of runway (I think) 26R. If you follow it all the way you do not have the height to make the turn.

Topic: RE: Tips And Tricks For Offset LDA/ILS Approaches
Username: Goodbye
Posted 2002-10-21 04:42:18 and read 4905 times.

I think one of the tricks is as you're turning, to increase the throttle. With flaps and gear deployed, the aircraft slows down as it is turning, so increasing the throttle is a help, but don't do it too much, or the aircraft will start getting too high!


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