Publish Date: 08 Jul 2020

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Multiple Approach Indicator Procedure Exceptions List      

Jeppesen delivers Multiple Approach Indicator Procedures to our customers. Multiple Approach Indicator Procedures are of the same type to a given runway at the same location. These procedures will have special designators such as a Y or Z in the approach title. For example, RNAV (GPS) Z Rwy 22.

However, not all avionics equipment is able to accept these added procedures. If your avionics equipment cannot handle a Multiple Approach Indicator, it will contain one of the procedures without the Multiple Approach Indicator. For example, RNAV 22. In most cases the first procedure (A or 1) will be contained in your database when A, B, C or 1, 2, 3 designators are used. When the X, Y, Z designators are used, the last procedure (Z) will normally be contained in your database.

Yet, in other cases when an RNAV RNP (AR) or an RNAV (GPS) procedure with 'LPV only' or ‘LP only’ minimums is designated as the Z procedure, we will include the Y, X, etc. procedure in your database.

Additionally, anytime there are Multiple Approach Indicator Procedures and one of those procedures does not have an indicator present, the procedure without the indicator will be the one included in your database. For example, RNAV (GPS) Z Rwy 22, RNAV (GPS) Y Rwy 22, and RNAV (GPS) Rwy 22. RNAV (GPS) Rwy 22 will be included in your database as RNAV 22.

Finally, conventional procedures that contain transitions which require GPS or GNSS will be included in your database.

Multiple Approach Indicator Procedure Exceptions List

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