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Chuck Adams

CAT II Approach?

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Does the CRJ have a configuration for CAT II approaches?  Such is, tune NAV1 and NAV2 to the appropriate frequency.  

 

I couldn't find any mention of it in the manuals or the forums, but thought I'd ask.  

 

Chuck Adams

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Same as standard coupled ILS approach but with DH based on radio altimeter instead or barometric pressure and basically any failure requires a go around except for a single stab trim channel failing. So, nothing really special needs to be done.

 

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Roger, thanks very much.  So in my reading of all this, the CRJ is really NOT a CAT II-capable aircraft.  Which is fine, just wanted to know.  

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4 hours ago, Chuck Adams said:

Roger, thanks very much.  So in my reading of all this, the CRJ is really NOT a CAT II-capable aircraft.  Which is fine, just wanted to know.  

 

The company I work for our CRJ fleet and crews are CAT II certified.

 

You should be able to shoot a CAT II with this addon.

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8 hours ago, Chuck Adams said:

the CRJ is really NOT a CAT II-capable aircraft.

 

How did you come to this conclusion?

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