# Final Approach Segment

 Where is the desired point of intersection of the final approach course and the runway centerline, in a straight-in approach using an off-airport facility?   A.  Threshold   B.  3000 FT.   C.  5200 FT. A.  Threshold If a proposed approach does not meet criteria for straight-in:   A.  No approach is developed   B.  A circling approach is developed   C.  A waiver must be requested B.  A circling approach is developed A course reversal is required for all No-FAF Standard Instrument Approach Procedures (SIAPS).   A.  True   B.  False A.  True (FAAO 8260.3, C. 4/6, par. 400) What type of course reversal will be required for an on airport No-FAF low altitude SIAP?   A.  Procedure Turn   B.  Teardrop   C.  Holding Pattern A.  Procedure Turn (FAAO 8260.3, C. 4/6, par. 411) What is the category A and B maximum angle of divergence between the final approach course and the runway centerline extended for a straight-in SIAP?   A.  20 degrees   B.  30 degrees   C.  40 degrees B.  30 degrees (FAAO 8260.3, C. 4/5/6/7, par. 413a) What is the required obstacle clearance for the straight-in primary area for an NDB No-FAF SIAP?   A.  250 FT   B.  300 FT   C.  350 FT C.  350 FT (FAAO 8260.3, C. 6, par. 613c) Where is the missed approach point for a No-FAF SIAP?   A.  Runway threshold   B.  Facility   C.  First usable landing surface B.  Facility (FAAO 8260.3, C. 4/6, par. 414) What are the limits of arc radius for a TACAN low altitude approach final segment?   A.  7 - 30 MILES   B.  15 - 30 MILES   C.  NO LIMITS A.  7 - 30 MILES  What is the total width of the obstruction clearance area for a TACAN arc final segment?   A.  4 MILES   B.  8 MILES   C.  12 MILES C.  12 MILES Authorchrisstewart360 ID162162 Card SetFinal Approach Segment DescriptionFinal Approach Segment Updated2012-07-12T01:40:49Z Show Answers