Ochocl for the category of aeroplane or the system

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OCH/OCL for the category of aeroplane; or The system minima 91.07.7 MDH MA P Must be the higher of OCH or system minima
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9 PRECISION APPROACH Table 5 : RVR for Cat 1 approach vs facilities and DH Category 1 minima Decision Height (7) Facilities/RVR (5) Full (1, 6) Interm (2, 6) Basic (3,6) Nil (4,6) 200 feet 550m 700m 800m 1 000m 201 250 feet 600m 700m 800m 1 000m 252 300 feet 650m 800m 900m 1 200m 301 ft and above 800m 900m 1 000m 1 200m 91.07.7 Cat 1 system minimum DH 200 feet DH
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10 AERODROME MARKINGS AND LIGHTING 0.03U Full HRL CZ EL Nil P3° 0.13D Full TDZ HRL CLCD CZ EL Gr HCL5B-2 P3° 0.03D 2819m 15 (135°T) 33 (315°T) 0.13U Full 03R (015°T) 21L (195°T) 0.39U Full HRL CZ EL SALS 0.39D Full TDZ HRL CLCD CZ EL Gr HCL5B-2 P3° 03L (015°T) 21R (195°T) SLOPE LDIST RUNWAY THR APPROAC H VASIS R/W R/W Runway designator, with TRUE direction VASIS Visual approach aid, the letter P indicates PAPI set at 3° APPROACH HCL5B-2 High intensity Centre Line 5 bars ILS Cat 11 ( 720 m + ) SALS Short Approach Light System ( 420m +, but not 720m ) ALSF-2 Approach Light System with red barrettes & sequenced flashing lights – Cat 11 (720 m + ) RUNWAY TDZ Touchdown Zone Lights HRL High Intensity Runway Lights CLCD Coded Centre Line Lights, white, alternate white and red, red CZ Caution Zone (last 2000m indicated by yellow edge lights) REIL Runway End Lights
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11 APPROACH LIGHTING TDZ > 720 m 5- BARS HCL5B-2
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12 RUNWAY LIGHTING CDCL CZ REIL HRL
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13 TAKE-OFF MINIMA (facilities) 150/200m Runway edge and centreline lighting multiple RVR information 200/250m Runway edge and centreline lighting 250/300m Runway edge lights and/or centreline marking 500 m Nil (Day only) RVR / Visibility Facilities Take-Off RVR / Visibility Table 1: For multi-engined aeroplanes that can climb to 1500 feet above the airfield, clearing obstacles with one engine inoperative The reported RVR/visibility value representative of the initial part of the take-off run can be replaced by pilot assessment JAR- OPS
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14 TAKE-OFF MINIMA (obstacles) Note: 1 500 m is also applicable if no positive take- off flight path can be constructed 1 500 m > 300 feet 1 000 m 201 – 300 feet 500 m 151 – 200 feet 400 m 101 feet – 150 feet 300 m 51 feet – 100 feet 200 m < 50 feet RVR \ Visibility Assumed engine failure height above the take-off runway Take-off RVR/Visibility – Flight Path For multi-engined aeroplanes that cannot climb with performance required in table 1 AND there is a need to re-land or see and avoid obstacles in the take-off area if a power unit fails Table 2:
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15 TAKE OFF REQUIREMENTS (combining table 1 and 2) All engine flight path 1 engine inoperative flight path Point at which an engine can fail and climb path will still clear obstacles TABLE 1 TABLE 2
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16 PLANNING : TAKE-OFF Multi Engine: RVR Nil facilities: 500m RW edge &/or ctreline marks: 250m
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