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Instrument Approaches


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    (9385)- What altitude is a pilot authorized to fly when cleared for an ILS approach? The pilot - A- may begin a descent to the procedure turn altitude. B- must maintain the last assigned altitude until established on a published route or segment of the approach with published altitudes. C- may descend from the assigned altitude only when established on the final approach course.
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    (8736)- (Refer to Figure 1.) What does the 20:1 ratio represent? - A- Displaced threshold. B- Final approach fix. C- Obstacle clearance surface (OCS).
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    (8279)- Under what conditions may an air carrier pilot continue an instrument approach to the DH, after receiving a weather report indicating that less than minimum published landing conditions exist at the airport? - A- If the instrument approach is conducted in a radar environment. B- When the weather report is received as the pilot passes the FAF. C- When the weather report is received after the pilot has begun the final approach segment of the instrument approach.
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