This page describes requirements to use closely spaced parallel runways identified as PRM approaches. It also outlines pilot training requirements for conducting simultaneous Instrument Landing System (ILS) PRM approaches, and when conducting ILS PRM and Localizer Type Directional Aid (LDA) PRM approaches during Simultaneous Offset Instrument Approaches (SOIA) operations. >> More
Videos updated 1/25/2013. Reference to a cloud ceiling of 500 feet above the Minimum Vectoring Altitude (MVA) as being the criteria for determining the lowest altitude at which flight crews conducing the LDA approach during SOIA operations are responsible to wake turbulence mitigation was removed.
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