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138.(Refer to figures 44 and 49.) What is the MDA and visibility criteria for astraight-in LOC/DME RWY 21 approach at Portland International?139.(Refer to figure 60A.) What is the elevation of the TDZE for RWY 4?140.(Refer to figure 73.) What is the minimum altitude at which you shouldintercept the glide slope on the ILS RWY 6 approach procedure?141.(Refer to figure 126.) If cleared for a straight-in LOC approach from overOALDY, it means the flight should142.(Refer to figure 130.) What are the restrictions regarding circle to landprocedures for LDA RWY/GS 6 approach at Roanoke Regional?143.(Refer to figure 130.) How should the pilot identify the missed approachpoint for the S LDA GS 6 approach to Roanoke Regional?144.(Refer to figure 127.) If cleared for NDB RWY 28 approach(Lancaster/Fairfield) over ZZV VOR, the flight would be expected to Category Aaircraft Last assigned altitude 3,000 feet145.(Refer to figure 133.) Why are two VOR/LOC receivers recommended toobtain an MDA of 1,160 when making an S LOC 9 approach to RiversideMunicipal?146.(Refer to figure 131.) The control tower at BOS reports 'tall vessels' in theapproach area. What are the VOR/DME RNAV RWY 4R straight-in approachminimums for Category A aircraft.147.Aircraft approach categories are based on
148.(Refer to figure 120.) Refer to the DEN ILS RWY 35R procedure. The FAFintercept altitude is149.What are the main differences between the SDF and the localizer of an ILS?150.(Refer to figure 128.) What is the helicopter landing minimum for the VORRWY 36 approach at Price/Carbon County Airport?151.(Refer to figure 118.) During the ILS RWY 12L procedure at DSM, whataltitude minimum applies if the glide slope becomes inoperative?152.(Refer to figure 128.) What type entry is recommended for the missedapproach holding pattern depicted on the VOR RWY 36 approach chart forPrice/Carbon County Airport?153.(Refer to figure 68.) Upon which maximum airspeed is the COPTERVOR/DME 117approach category based?154.(Refer to figure 49.) You have been cleared to the CREAK intersection viathe BTG 054radial at 7,000 feet. Approaching CREAK, you are cleared for theLOC/DME RWY 21 approach to PDX. Descent to procedure turn altitude shouldnot begin prior to155.What facilities, if any, may be substituted for an inoperative middle markerduring an ILS approach without affecting the straight in minimums?156.After being handed off to the final approach controller during a 'no gyro'surveillance or precision approach, the pilot should make all turns157.{{Image1485}} Why is there a note stating a temperature limitation forexecuting this approach with BARO-VNAV equipment?158.(Refer to figure 47.) En route on V468 from BTG VORTAC to YKMVORTAC, the minimum altitude at TROTS intersection is159.For operations off established airways at 17,000 feet MSL in the contiguousU.S., (H) Class VORTAC facilities used to define a direct route of flight should be nofarther apart than160.If no MCA is specified, what is the lowest altitude for crossing a radio fix,beyond which a higher minimum applies?

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