AIM Data Catalogue

All subjects, properties and sub-properties of:

IFP

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Subject Property Sub-Property ID Type Description Note Reference Accuracy Integrity Origin type Pub. Resolution Chart Resolution ADQ HL-Ref IFR Accuracy IFR Integrity VFR Accuracy VFR Integrity NatDqr Reference
Procedure IdentificationFAS Guidance857Code listThe name describing the type of radio navigation aid providing the final approach lateral guidance. This could be: ILS, VOR, RNAV, etcAPCHICAO DOC 8168 VOL II Part I.4.9.5.2.1
Runway 858TextThe runway designator of the landing and take-off direction. Examples: 27, 35L, 01R.ICAO DOC 8168 VOL II Part I.4.9.5.2.1
Circling859Code listIndication if a procedure is/ is not a circling approachAPCHICAO DOC 8168 VOL II Part I.4.9.5.2.5
Multiple Code860TextA single letter suffix, starting with the letter z following the radio navigation aid type shall be used if two or more procedures to the same runway cannot be distinguished by the radio navigation aid type only. For example: VOR y Rwy 20 VOR z Rwy 20APCHICAO DOC 8168 VOL II Part I.4.9.5.3
NS Limiter861TextSensor specific information in case of a limitation of usePBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II Part III.5.1.3.4
Name862TextName of the instrument flight procedureICAO DOC 8168 VOL II Part I.4.9.5.2
Plain Language DesignationBasic Indicator863TextThe basic indicator shall be the name or name-code of the significvant point where the standard departure route terminates.SID, STARAnnex 11 Appendix 3, 2.1.1 a) and 2.1.2
Validity Indicator864TextThe validity indicator shall be a number from 1 to 9.SID, STARAnnex 11 Appendix 3, 2.1.1 b) and 2.1.3
Route Indicator865TextThe route indicator shall be one letter of the alphabet. The letters "I" and "O" shall not be used.SID, STARAnnex 11 Appendix 3, 2.1.1 c) and 2.1.4
Visual Indication867TextIndication if the route has been established for use by aircraft operating in accordance with the visual flight rules (VFR) VFR onlyAnnex 11 Appendix 3, 2.1.1 e)
Coded DesignationSignificant Point868TextThe coded designator or name-code of the significant pointSID, STARAnnex 11 Appendix 3, 2.2 a)
Validity Indicator869TextThe Validity Indicator of the procedureSID, STARAnnex 11 Appendix 3, 2.2 b)
Route Indicator870TextThe Route Indicator of the procedureSID, STARAnnex 11 Appendix 3, 2.2 c)
Procedure Type814Code listIndication of the type of procedure (departure, arrival, approach, other)Annex 11 Appendix 3, 2.1.1 d)
PBN or Conventional815Code listIndication if the procedure is PBN or ConventionalIFR onlyDoc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Section 5, 1.3.2.1
Precision Type816TextThe instrument procedure type. Instrument approach procedures are classified as follows: Non-precision approach (NPA) procedure. - An instrument approach procedure which utilizes lateral guidance but does not utilize vertical guidance. Approach procedure with vertical guidance (APV). - An instrument procedure which utilizes lateral and vertical guidance but does not meet the requirements established for precision approach and landing operations. Precision approach (PA) procedure. - An instrument approach procedure using precision lateral and vertical guidance with minima as determined by the category of operation.APCHAnnex 10 Chapter 1
Aircraft Category817Code listIndication of which aircraft categories the procedure is intended for
Magnetic variation818AngleThe magnetic variation considered for the procedure designICAO Annex 4 11.8 Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I, Section 2, 1.11 and Annex, 9.7 and 10.71 degreeesential
OCA/HAircraft category871Code listAircraft category according to ICAO Doc 8168 Vol I or IIAPCHICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I, Section 4, 1.8.4
Approach type872Code listApproach type (e.g. Straight-in Cat I, Cat II, LLZ, Circling ...) or specific navigation aid (e.g. stepdown fixes), or a specific navigation specification APCHICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I, Section 4, 9.5.4
Altitude873AltitudeThe lowest altitude used in establishing compliance with appropriate obstacle clearance criteria.APCHICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I, Section 4, 5.4.1 as specified in Doc 8168essentialEH023Same as the source of the calculation (Obstaces, terrain…)critical
Height874HeightThe lowest height above the elevation of the relevant runway threshold or the aerodrome elevation as applicable, used in establishing compliance with appropriate obstacle clearance criteria.APCHICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I, Section 4, 5.4.1 as specified in Doc 8168essentialEH023Same as the source of the calculation (Obstaces, terrain…)critical
DA/HAircraft category875Code listAircraft category according to ICAO Doc 8168 Vol I or IIAPCH
Approach type876Code listApproach type (e.g. Straight-in, Circling ...) or specific navigation aid (e.g. stepdown fixes), or a specific navigation specification APCH
Altitude877AltitudeA specified altitude in a 3D instrument approach operation at which a missed approach must be initiated if the required visual reference to continue the approach has not been establishedAPCH
Height878HeightA specified height in a 3D instrument approach operation at which a missed approach must be initiated if the required visual reference to continue the approach has not been establishedAPCH
MDA/HAircraft category879Code listAircraft category according to ICAO Doc 8168 Vol I or IIAPCH
Approach type880Code listApproach type (e.g. Straight-in, Circling ...) or specific navigation aid (e.g. stepdown fixes), or a specific navigation specification APCH
Altitude881AltitudeA specified altitude in a 2D instrument approach operation or circling approach operation below which descent must not be made without the required visual reference.APCHSame as OCA/H
Height882HeightA specified height in a 2D instrument approach operation or circling approach operation below which descent must not be made without the required visual reference.APCHSame as OCA/H
MSASector start angle883AngleStart angle of a sector IFR onlyICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I.4.8.21 degreeroutine
Sector end angle884AngleEnd angle of a sectorIFR onlyICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I.4.8.21 degreeroutine
Based on Fix885TextCenter of the MSAIFR onlyICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I.4.8.2
Altitude886AltitudeThe minimum altitude for each sectorIFR onlyICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I.4.8.250 mroutine
Restrictions887TextMinimum sector altitude - The lowest altitude which may be used which will provide a minimum clearance of 300 m (1 000 ft) above all objects located in an area contained within a sector of a circle of 46 km (25 NM) radius centred on a radio aid to navigation.IFR onlyICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I.4.8.2
Radius888ValueThe radius of each sectorIFR onlyICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I.4.8.21 NMroutine
TAAReference point889TextTAA reference point (IAF or IF)APCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-2-4-1
IAF890TextTAA Initial Approach Fix reference pointAPCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-2-4-1
IF891TextTAA Intermediate Fix reference pointAPCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-2-4-1
Dist To IAF892DistanceThe distance of the TAA area boundary from the IAFAPCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-2-4-11 NMroutine
Altitude893AltitudeThe terminal arrival altitude valueAPCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-2-4-150 mroutine
Sector start angle894AngleStart angle of a sector (bearing to TAA reference pointAPCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-2-4-11 degreeroutine
Sector end angle895AngleEnd angle of a sector (bearing to TAA reference point)APCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-2-4-11 degreeroutine
Stepdown arc896DistanceRadius of inner area with lower altitude. APCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-2-4-11 NMroutine
Nav Spec Name824TextA set of aircraft and flight crew requirements needed to support performance-based navigation operations within a defined airspace. There are two kinds of navigation specifications: Required navigation performance (RNP) specification. A navigation specification based on area navigation that includes the requirement for performance monitoring and alerting, designated by the prefix RNP, e.g. RNP 4, RNP APCH. Area navigation (RNAV) specification. A navigation specification based on area navigation that does not include the requirement for performance monitoring and alerting, designated by the prefix RNAV, e.g. RNAV 5, RNAV 1.PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-5-1-2 1.3.4 Annex 4, Para graph 9.8 and 10.8
Operating minima825TextAerodrome Operating Minima - The limits of usability of an aerodrome for: a) take-off, expressed in terms of runway visual range and/or visibility and, if necessary, cloud conditions; b) landing in precision approach and landing operations, expressed in terms of visibility and/or runway visual range and decision altitude/height (DA/H) as appropriate to the category of the operation; c) landing in approach and landing operations with vertical guidance, expressed in terms of visibility and/or runway visual range and decision altitude/height (DA/H); and d) landing in non-precision approach and landing operations, expressed in terms of visibility and/or runway visual range, minimum descent altitude/height (MDA/H) and, if necessary, cloud conditionsAPCH, DEPICAO Doc 9365 ?, Annex 15 (AIP AD 1.1.4)
TemperatureMinimum temperature897ValueMinimum temperature referenceAPCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-3-4-8 4.61 degree Cessential
Maximum temperature898ValueMaximum temperature referenceAPCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-3-4-8 4.61 degree Cessential
Remote Altimeter Source827TextCautionary note indicating the altimetry sourceAPCHICAO DOC 8168 Vol II, Part I, Section 4, 5.4.5.3.1
Proc Ref Datum828TextAirport or landing thresholdAPCH
PBN RequirementsNavigation specification899Code listIdentification of the navigation specification (RNAV 5, PBN 0.3 …)PBNICAO DOC 8168 VOL II, Part III, Section 5, 1.3.4 a)
Navigation sensor limitations900TextAny navigation sensor limitations (GNSS required …)PBNICAO DOC 8168 VOL II, Part III, Section 5, 1.3.4 b)
Functional requirements901TextAny required functionalities that are described as options in the navigation specification, that is, not included in the core navigation specification (RF required …)PBNICAO DOC 8168 VOL II, Part III, Section 5, 1.3.4 c)
Procedure SegmentStart830TextIdentification of the start point of the segmentessential
End831TextIdentification of the end point or a description of the end of the segmentessential
End fix functionality832Code listIndication if the end fix is a fly-by point (A waypoint which requires turn anticipation to allow tangential interception of the next segment of a route or procedure) or fly-over point (A waypoint at which a turn is initiated in order to join the next segment of a route or procedure)PBN
End fix role833Code listIndication of the role of the end fix (MAPt, IF, IAF, FAF, MAHF…)Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I, Section 2, 2,2.2 Terminal Area Fixes
Procedure altitude/height834Altitude/HeightA specified altitude/height flown operationally at or above the minimum altitude/height and established to accommodate a stabilized descent ata prescribed descent gradient/angle in the intermediate/final approach segment.SID, STAR, APCH certain segments onlyas specified in Doc 8168essentialEH027100 ftcritical
MOCA835AltitudeThe minimum altitude for a defined segment that provides the required obstacle clearance.SID, STAR, APCHnot published in Switzerland
Distance836DistanceGeodesic distance to the nearest tenth of a kilometer or tenth of a nautical mile between each successive designated significant point;DOC 8169 Vol II Part III, Sec 5, Chapt 2 Annex 11 App 5 Annex 4 App 6; Annex 15 App 7 Terminal Arr/Dep Route Segment1/100 kmessentialcalculated1/100 km or 1/100 NM1 km or 1 NMLD0041/100 kmessential
True bearing837BearingTrue track to the nearest tenth of a degree to the nearest degree between each successive significant point;SID, STAR, APCHDOC 8169 Vol II Part III, Sec 5, Chapt 2 Annex 11 App 5 Terminal Arr/Dep Route Segment1/10 degreeroutinecalculated1/10 degree1 degreeBR002; BR0031/10 degreeroutine
Magnetic bearing838BearingMagnetic track to the nearest tenth of a degree to the nearest degree between each successive significant point;SID, STAR, APCHDOC 8169 Vol II Part III, Sec 5, Chapt 2 Annex 11 App 5 Terminal Arr/Dep Route Segment Annex 4 App 6; Annex 15 App 71/10 degreeroutinecalculated1 degree1 degreeBR002; BR0031/10 degreeroutine
Gradient839ValueAPCH, DEPAPCH 1/10 degree DEP and Missed APCH 0.1%critical
Speed840ValueSpeed limit at a significant point, expressed in units of 10 knots applicable5 ktsroutine
Controlling obstacleType902TextIndication if the obstacle is lit/unlit, type of obstacle (church/windturbine,…)APCH, DEP
Position903PointCoordinates of the controlling obstacleAPCH, DEPsee obstaclesLL034; LL035; LL036; LL037see obstacles
Elevation904ElevationElevation of the top of the controlling obstacleAPCH, DEPsee obstaclesEH029; EH030; EH031; EH032see obstacles
Final Approach SegmentOperation type842TextA number that indicates the type of the final approach segment (e.g "0" is coded for a straight-in approach procedure including offset procedures.)Annex 10 Vol I, App B, 3.6.4.5.1 Doc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Sec. 2, Chapt. 6, App A, 3. a)
Approach performance designator843TextA number that identifies the type of an approach. ( “0” is used to identify an LPV approach procedure and a “1” indicates a Category I approach procedure)Annex 10 Vol I, App B, 3.6.4.5.1 Doc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Sec. 2, Chapt. 6, App A, 3. e)
SBAS provider844TextIdentifier of a particular satellite-based approach system service providerSBAS onlyAnnex 10 Vol I, App B, 3.6.4.5.1 Doc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Sec. 2, Chapt. 6, App A, 3. b)
RPDS845TextReference path data selector (RPDS) - A numerical identifier that is unique on a frequency in the broadcast region and used to select the FAS data block.GBAS onlyAnnex 10 Vol I, App B, 3.6.4.5.1 Doc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Sec. 2, Chapt. 6, App A, 3. g)
RPI846TextReference Path Identifier - A four-character identifier that is used to confirm selection of the correct approach procedure.Annex 10 Vol I, App B, 3.6.4.5.1 Doc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Sec. 2, Chapt. 6, App A, 3. h)
LTP/FTPPosition905PointLatidude and Longitude of the LTP/FTPDoc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Sec. 2, 6.4.1 and Chapt. 6, App A, 3. i) j)0.3 m (1 ft)critical0.0005" (0.01")LL0420.3 m (1 ft)critical
Ellipsoid height906ElevationThe height of the LTP/FTP above the WGS-84 ellipsoidDoc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Sec. 2, 6.4.1 and Chapt. 6, App A, 3. k)0.25 mcritical0.1 mEH0110.25 mcritical
Orthometric height907ElevationThe height of the LTP/FTP as related to the geoid and presented as an MSL elevation0.5 messential
FPAPPosition908PointLatitude and Longitude of the FPAPDoc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Sec. 2, 6.4.1 and Chapt. 6, App A, 3. l) m)0.3 m (1 ft)critical0.0005" (0.01")LL0420.3 m (1 ft)critical
Orthometric height909AltitudeThe height of the FPAP as related to the geoid and presented as an MSL elevationAnnex 10 Vol I, App B, 3.6.4.5.10.5 messential
TCH849HeightApproach Threshold Crossing Height (TCH) - The designated crossing height of the flight path angle above the LTP (or FTP).Annex 10 Vol I, App B, 3.6.4.5.1 Doc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Sec. 2, 6.4.1 and Chapt. 6, App A, 3. n)0.5 mcriticalcalculated0.05 mEH0160.5 mcritical
GPA850ValueGlide Path Angle (GPA) - The angle of the approach path (glide path) with respect to the horizontal plane defined according to WGS-84 at the LTP/FTP.Annex 10 Vol I, App B, 3.6.4.5.1 Doc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Sec. 2, 6.4.1 and Chapt. 6, App A, 3. p)0.01°N/A0.01°0.01°N/A
Course Width at threshold851ValueThe semi-width of the lateral course width at the LTP/FTP, defining the lateral offset at which the receiver will achieve full-scale deflection.Annex 10 Vol I, App B, 3.6.4.5.1 Doc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Sec. 2, 6.4.1 and Chapt. 6, App A, 3. q)N/Acritical0.25 mN/Acritical
Delta Length Offset852DistanceThe distance from the stop end of the runway to the FPAP.It defines the location where lateral sensitivity changes to the missed approach sensitivity.Annex 10 Vol I, App B, 3.6.4.5.1 Doc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Sec. 2, 6.4.1 and Chapt. 6, App A, 3. r)N/AN/A8 mN/AN/A
HAL853ValueHorizontal Alert LimitSBAS onlyDoc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Sec. 2, Chapt. 6, App A, 3. s)
VAL854ValueVertical Alert LimitSBAS onlyDoc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Sec. 2, Chapt. 6, App A, 3. t)
FAS Data Block855TextBinary string describing the Final Approach Segment (FAS) data block generated with an appropriate software tool. The FAS data block is set of parameters to identify a single precision approach or APV and define its associated approach Annex 10 Vol I, Att D, 6.6 and 7.11. Doc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Sec. 2, Chapt. 6, App A 1 and App B 1
CRC Remainder856TextAn 8-character hexadecimal representation of the calculated remainder bits used to determine the integrity of the FAS data block data during transmission and storage.Annex 10 Vol I, App B, 3.6.4.5.1
Procedure FixIdentification911TextNames, coded designators or name-codes assigned to the significant point.essential
ATC Reporting requirements912TextIndication of ATS / MET reporting requirement “compulsory”, “on-request” or "nil"
VFR Reporting point913TextBridge, Church NameVFRAnnex 4 Appnedix 2 Page 2-18
Position914PointGeographical location of the fixEn-route navaids and fixes,holding, STAR/SID points / Final approach fixes/points and other essential fixes/points comprising the instrument approach procedureAnnex 4 App 6; Annex 11 App 5; Annex 15 App 7100 m / 3 messential / essentialsurveyed/calculated / surveyed/calculated1 sec / 1/10 sec1 sec / 1 secLL005; LL0163 messential / essential
Type 915TextIndication of the type of fix, such as: Navaid, Int, WPT
FormationNavaid917TextThe station identification of the reference VOR/DME
Bearing918BearingThe bearing from the reference VOR/DME, if the waypoint is not collocated with it;Bearing used for the formation of a terminal fix / Bearing used for the formation of an instrument approach procedure fixAnnex 4 App 6; Annex 11 App 5; Annex 15 App 71/10 degree / 1/100 degreeroutine / essentialcalculated / calculated1/10 degree / 1/100 degree1/10 degree / 1/10 degreeBR002; BR003; BR0041/10 degree / 1/100 degreeroutine / essential
Distance919DistanceThe distance from the reference VOR/DME, if the waypoint is not collocated with it;Distance used for the formation of a terminal and instrument approach procedure fixAnnex 4 App 6; Annex 11 App 5; Annex 15 App 71/100 kmessentialcalculated1/100 km or 1/100 NM2/10 km (1/10 NM)LD003; LD0041/100 kmessential
Procedure HoldingIdentification921TextIdentification of the holding procedureessential
Fix922PointGeographical location that serves as a reference for a holding procedure.same as proc fixLL016same as proc fix
Inbound course923AngleInbound true courseDoc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Section 5, 2.1.j 2.2.k1/10 degree0.1 degreeessential
Outbound course924AngleOutbound true course1/10 degree0.1 degreeessential
Leg distance925DistanceOutbound distance of the leg Doc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Section 5, 2.1.j 2.2.k1/10 km or 1/10 NM
Leg time926ValueOutbound time of the legDoc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Section 5, 2.1.j 2.2.k30"essential
Limiting radial927AngleLimiting radial from the VOR/DME on which the holding is basedDoc 8168 Vol II Part II, Section4 1.5.2.2.21 degreeessential
Turn direction928ValueDirection of the procedure turnessential
Minimum altitude929AltitudeMinimum holding level to the nearest higher 50 m or 100 ft/flight levelDoc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Section 5, 2.1.j 2.2.k50 mroutinecalculated50 m or 100 ft/flight level100 ftessential
Maximum altitude930AltitudeMaximum holding level to the nearest higher 50 m or 100 ft/flight levelDoc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Section 5, 2.1.j 2.2.k50 m or 100 ft/flight level100 ftroutine
Speed931ValueMaximum indicated air speedDoc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Section 5, 2.1.j 2.2.k10 kts5 ktsessential
Magnetic variationAngle934AngleThe magnetic variation of the radio navigation aid of the procedureDoc 8168, Vol 2, Part 3, Chapter 7
Date935DateThe date on which the magnetic variation had the coresponding value.Doc 8168, Vol 2, Part 3, Chapter 7
Nav Spec Name933TextName of the Navigation Specification - set of aircraft and aircrew requirements needed to support a navigation application within a defined airspace conceptRNAV/RNPDoc 9613
Helicopter Procedure SpecificsHelicopter Procedure Title (RNAV 263)937TextIdentification of the helicopter procedure
HCH938HeightHeliport crossing heightAnnex 15 App 7 (AMDT 38) Annex 14 Vol II App 1 Table A1-20.5 messentialcalculated1 m or 1 ft1 m or 1 ftEH0381 ftessential
IDF939PointInitial departure fixDEPDoc 8168 Vol II, Part IV, 1.40.01"
MAPt940PointMissed Approach PointAPCH0.01"
Direct Visual SegmentTrack948LineFor PinS APP: the portion of flight that connects directly the PinS to the landing location. For PinS DEP: the portion of flight that connects directly the landing location to the IDF
Distance949DistanceFor PinS APP: the portion of flight that connects directly the PinS to the landing location. For PinS DEP: the portion of flight that connects directly the landing location to the IDFDoc 8168 Vol II, Part IV, 2.12.7 d)
Bearing950AngleFor PinS APP: the portion of flight that connects directly the PinS to the landing location. For PinS DEP: the portion of flight that connects directly the landing location to the IDFDoc 8168 Vol II, Part IV, 2.12.7 d)
Crossing height951HeightFor PinS APP: the portion of flight that connects directly the PinS to the landing location. For PinS DEP: the portion of flight that connects directly the landing location to the IDF
Manoeuvring VSCenter line952AngleCentre line of take-off climb surfaceDEPDoc 8168 Vol II, Part IV, 1.4.7.1
Manoeuvring Area953PolygonArea where the pilot is expected to manoeuvre visually APCH DEPDoc 8168 Vol II, Part IV, 1.4.7.2 and 2.12.7 e)
No Manoeuvring Area954PolygonArea where manoeuvring is prohibited APCH DEPDoc 8168 Vol II, Part IV, 1.4.7.3 and 2.12.7 f)
Ingress Tracks955LineManoeuvring Visual Segment - PinS visual segment protected for the following manoeuvres: For PinS APCH: Visual manoeuvre from the MAPt around the heliport or landing location to land from a direction other than directly from the MAPt. For PinS DEP: Take-off in a direction other than directly to the IDF followed by visual manoeuvre to join the instrument segment at the IDF.APCH DEPDoc 8168 Vol II, Part IV, 1.4.7.3 and 2.12.7 f)
HASRadius956DistanceHeight above surface diagramAPCHDoc 8168 Vol II, Part IV, 2.12.7 h)0.1 NMessential
Height above Surface957HeightHeight above surface diagramAPCHDoc 8168 Vol II, Part IV, 2.12.7 h)1 ftessential
Proceed Visually Text944TextText indicating that the procedure has Proceed Visually instruction
Proceed VFR Text945TextText indicating that the procedure has Proceeed VFR instruction
VSDA946ValueVisual segment descent angle 0.01°
Ingress TracksLength958Distance
Width959Distance
Bearing960Angle
AITFNon-align between Instrument and Visual Slope Indications962Text
Missed Approach Description963TextMissed approach description for the procedure
SID/STAR Route Description964TextTextual description of the SID or STAR procedure
Missed Apch Climb Gradient965Valuethe value of the missed apprach climb gradient for the approach procedure0.1 %critical
CAT H Note966Text
CAT D Large967Text
Authorization Required968TextIndication that RNP AR
Units of Measure969Text
GNSS In-Lieu-Of970Text
Comm Failure971TextCommunication failure description
Surveillance/Radar Required972Text
SID Close-in Obstacle Note973TextIndication wherever close-in obstacles exist which were not considered in the determination of the published procedure design gradientDoc 8168, Vol 2
Off-Set Alignment 974Text
PDG greater then 3%975Text
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