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AIM

10/12/17

1−2−3

Performance−Based Navigation (PBN) and Area Navigation (RNAV)

(2) Direct to Fix. A Direct to Fix (DF) leg

is a path described by an aircraft’s track from an initial

area direct to the next waypoint. Narrative: “turn

right direct BRAVO WP.” See FIG 1−2−4.

FIG 1−2−3

Track to Fix Leg Type

FIG 1−2−4

Direct to Fix Leg Type

(3) Course to Fix. A Course to Fix (CF)

leg is a path that terminates at a fix with a specified

course at that fix. Narrative: “on course 150 to

ALPHA WP.” See FIG 1−2−5.

FIG 1−2−5

Course to Fix Leg Type

(4) Radius to Fix. A Radius to Fix (RF)

leg is defined as a constant radius circular path around

a defined turn center that terminates at a fix. See

FIG 1−2−6.

FIG 1−2−6

Radius to Fix Leg Type

(5) Heading. A Heading leg may be

defined as, but not limited to, a Heading to Altitude

(VA), Heading to DME range (VD), and Heading to

Manual Termination, i.e., Vector (VM). Narra-

tive: climb heading 350 to 1500”, “heading 265, at

9 DME west of PXR VORTAC, right turn heading

360”, “fly heading 090, expect radar vectors to

DRYHT INT.”

2/28/19

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