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{{#set:note=The first circling only procedure at an airfield is denoted with an 'A', where there second is denoted with a 'B' and so on.
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Latest revision as of 14:30, 5 July 2016

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Term Circling Procedure Identification
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Definition

An identifier denoting a circling-only procedure specific to a radio navigation aid type at an aerodrome.

Definition Source

  • AIFDD

Note

The first circling only procedure at an airfield is denoted with an 'A', where there second is denoted with a 'B' and so on.