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58 TERMINAL PROCEDURES PUBLICATION SYMBOLS AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION STANDARD TERMINAL ARRIVAL (STAR) CHARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 DEPARTURE PROCEDURE (DP) CHARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 AIRPORT DIAGRAM/SKETCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES PLAN VIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES PROFILE VIEW . . . . . . . . . . 67 GENERAL INFORMATION Symbols shown are for the Terminal Procedures Publication (TPP) which includes Standard Terminal Arrival Routes (STARs), Departure Procedures (DPs), Instrument Approach Procedures (IAP) and Airport Diagrams.

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TERMINAL PROCEDURES PUBLICATION SYMBOLSAERONAUTICAL INFORMATION

STANDARD TERMINAL ARRIVAL (STAR) CHARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DEPARTURE PROCEDURE (DP) CHARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AIRPORT DIAGRAM/SKETCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES PLAN VIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES PROFILE VIEW . . . . . . . . . .

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GENERAL INFORMATION Symbols shown are for the Terminal Procedures Publication (TPP) which includes Standard Terminal Arrival Routes (STARs), Departure Procedures (DPs), Instrument Approach Procedures (IAP) and Airport Diagrams.

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U.S. TERMINAL PROCEDURES PUBLICATION: Aeronautical InformationSTANDARD TERMINAL ARRIVAL (STAR) CHARTS DEPARTURE PROCEDURE (DP) CHARTS STANDARD TERMINAL ARRIVAL (STAR) CHARTS DEPARTURE PROCEDURE (DP) CHARTSROUTES

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION

VOR VOR/DME VORTAC

TACAN NDB/DME LOC/DME LOC NDB (Non-directional Beacon) LMM, LOM (Compass locator) Marker Beacon Localizer Course SDF Course

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE

ALTITUDES

5500Mandatory Altitude

2300Minimum Altitude

4800Maximum Altitude

2200Recommended Altitude

(Cross at)

(Cross at or above)

(Cross at or below)

Localizer Offset

AIRPORTS STAR Charts

REPORTING POINTS/FIXES WAYPOINTS

DP Charts

NOTES

(NAME) (" " omitted when it conflicts with runway pattern)

WAYPOINT (Compulsory) WAYPOINT (Non-Compulsory) FLYOVER POINT MAP WP (Flyover)

W

WAAS VNAV outages may occur daily due to initial system limitations. WAAS VNAV NOTAM service is not provided for this approach.

U.S. TERMINAL PROCEDURES PUBLICATION: Aeronautical InformationAPPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEMRUNWAY TOUCHDOWN ZONE AND CENTERLINE LIGHTING SYSTEMS

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APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEMSHORT APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEM

SALS/SALSF(High Intensity) SAME AS INNER 1500' of ALSF-1

SIMPLIFIED SHORT APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEM WITH RUNWAY ALIGNMENT INDICATOR LIGHTS APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEM SSALR

SSALR

ALSF-2(High Intensity)

LENGTH 2400/3000 FEETMEDIUM INTENSITY (MALS AND MALSF) OR SIMPLIFIED SHORT (SSALS AND SSALF) APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEMS MALS MALSF SSALS SSALF

MALS, MALSF, SSALS, SSALF

APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEM

ALSF-1

MEDIUM INTESITY APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEM WITH RUNWAY ALIGNMENT INDICATOR LIGHTS MALSR

MALSR

SAME LIGHT CONFIGURATION AS SSALR.

OMNIDIRECTIONAL APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEM ODALS

ODALS

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U.S. TERMINAL PROCEDURES PUBLICATION: Aeronautical InformationAPPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEM APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEMVISUAL APPROACH SLOPE INDICATOR

VISUAL APPROACH SLOPE INDICATOR VASI

VASI

VASI

VASI

PRECISION APPROACH PATH INDICATOR PAPI "T"-VISUAL APPROACH SLOPE INDICATOR "T"-VASI

PAPI

"T"-VASI

U.S. TERMINAL PROCEDURES PUBLICATION: Aeronautical InformationAPPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEMPULSATING VISUAL APPROACH SLOPE INDICATOR PVASI

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PVASI

TRI-COLOR VISUAL APPROACH SLOPE INDICATOR TRCV

TRCV

ALIGNMENT OF ELEMENT SYSTEMS APAP

APAP

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U.S. TERMINAL PROCEDURES PUBLICATION: Aeronautical InformationAIRPORT DIAGRAM/SKETCH AIRPORT DIAGRAM/SKETCHNOTES uni-directional bi-directional Jet Barrier Arresting System

ARRESTING GEAR

REFERENCE FEATURES

Buildings Tanks Obstruction Highest Obstruction Airport Beacon Runway Radar Reflectors Hot Spot Control Tower #

Helicopter Alighting Areas

Negative Symbols used to identify Copter Procedures landing point

Runway TDZ elevation Runway Slope(shown when runway slope equals or exceeds 0.3%)

A symbol is shown to indicate runway declared distance information available, see appropriate A/FD, Alaska or Pacific Supplement for distance information.

U.S. TERMINAL PROCEDURES PUBLICATION: Aeronautical InformationAIRPORT DIAGRAM/SKETCHRUNWAYS

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Hard Surface Other than hard surfaceStopways, Taxiways, Parking Areas Displaced Threshold

Closed Runway Closed Taxiway Under Construction Metal Surface Runway Centerline Lighting

Airport Facilit y

EMAS 1200 X 200 Arresting System Operations (in feet)

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U.S. TERMINAL PROCEDURES PUBLICATION: Aeronautical InformationINSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES PLAN VIEWRADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATIONSVOR TACAN NDB VOR/DME VORTAC NDB/DME

INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES PLAN VIEWTERMINAL ROUTES

Procedure Track Missed Approached Visual Flight Path Procedure Turn (Type degree and point of turn optional)

LOM/LMM (Compass locator at Outer/Middle Marker) Marker Beacon Localizer (LOC/LDA) Right side shading-Front Course; Left side shading-Back Course Course SDF Course

HOLDING PATTERNS LOC/DMEMissed Approach Arrival

HOLD 8000

LOC/LDA/SDF/MLS Transmitter(shown when installation is offset from its normal position off the end of the runway.)

Limits will only be specified when they deviate from the standard. Holding pattern with max. restricted airspeed: (175K) applies to all altitudes. (210K) applies to altitudes above 6000' to and including 14000' DME fixes may be shown. Arrival Holding Pattern altitude restrictions will be indicated when they deviate from the adjacent leg.

Localizer Offset

REPORTING POINTS / FIXES/ WAYPOINTS

MINIMUM SAFE ALTITUDE

U.S. TERMINAL PROCEDURES PUBLICATION: Aeronautical InformationINSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES PLAN VIEWTERMINAL ARRIVAL AREAS

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INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES PLAN VIEWMISCELLANEOUS

Final Approach Fix (FAF) (for non-precision approaches) Glide Slope/Glide Path Intercept Altitude and final approach fix for vertically guided approach procedures. Visual Descent Point (VDP) Visual Flight Path Minimum MSL altitudes are charted within each of these defined areas/subdivisions that provide at least 1,000 feet of obstacle clearance, or more as necessary in mountainous areas.

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE

OBSTACLES

FACILITIES / FIXES

ALTITUDESMandatory Altitude (Cross at) Minimum Altitude (Cross at or above) Maximum Altitude (Cross at or below)

Recommended Altitude

Mandatory Block Altitude

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U.S. TERMINAL PROCEDURES PUBLICATION: Aeronautical InformationINSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES PROFILE VIEW

PROFILE VIEW

ILS or LOC APPROACH

Procedure Turn

Glide Slope Threshold Crossing Height Glide Slope Intercept AltitudeTwo different methods are used for vertical guidance:

PT Fix Altitude until Established Outbound (Some approaches may use a restrictive note) Glide Slope Altitude at Outer Marker/FAF FAF (vertically guided approaches) FAF (non-precision approaches) ILS Missed Approach Point Glide Slope Missed Approach Track Airport Profile

a. GS indicates an electronic glide slope or barometric vertical guidance is present. In the case of an Instrument Landing System (ILS) and W Area Augmentation System (W ide AAS) LPV approach procedures, an electronic signal provides vertical guidance. Barometric vertical guidance is provided for RNP and LNAV/VNAV instrument approach procedures. All ILS, LPV RNP, and LNAV/VNAV will be in this format located in the lower left or right corner. b. Other charts without electronic or barometric vertical guidance will be in this format , indicating a non-precision vertical descent angle to asist in preventing controlled flight into terrain. On Civil (FAA) procedures, this information is placed above or below the procedure track following the fix it is based on.

MLS APPROACH

M-AJE 6.5

Glidepath Altitude at FAF Final Approach Fix (FAF) M-AJE 2.2 MLS Glidepath

360

3250

3300Glidepath 3.00 TCH 50

180MLS 00 R/L

3300

RNAV APPROACH

NON PRECISION

DESCENT FROM HOLDING PATTERN

Final Approach Segment Vertical Descent Angle (VDA) Visual Descent Point (VDP)