true altitude

Topics: Instrument landing system, Altitude, Altimeter Pages: 7 (945 words) Published: February 27, 2014
﻿TRUE AGL = IND AGL + ((VAR273)  IND AGL)

IND AGL = TRUE AGL  (1 + (VAR273))

﻿TRUE AGL = IND AGL + ((VAR273)  IND AGL)

IND AGL = TRUE AGL  (1 + (VAR273))

An aircraft crosses the outer marker (OM) on an ILS approach. The outer marker check height is 1660ft. The pressure altimeter at this position reads 1690ft.

Given:
Airport Elevation…………………………………………..720ft Temperature……………………………………………….+16C Local QNH………………………………………………….1012

Where is the true position of the aircraft in relation to the glideslope?

An aircraft crosses the outer marker (OM) on an ILS approach, on glideslope. The outer maker check height is 2300ft.

Given:

Given:
Elevation……………………………………….…………..300ft Temperature……………………………………………….-7C Pressure Height ………………………………….……....2380ft

What altitude would be indicated by the pressure altimeter at this position?

An aircraft crosses the outer marker (OM) on an ILS approach. The outer marker check height is 2110ft. The pressure altimeter at this position reads 2090ft.

Given:
Airport Elevation…………………………………………..800ft Temperature……………………………………………….+3C Local QNH………………………………………………….1015

Where is the true position of the aircraft in relation to the glideslope?

An aircraft crosses the outer marker (OM) on an ILS approach, on glideslope. The outer maker check height is 1700ft.

Given:

Given:
Elevation……………………………………….…………..500ft Temperature……………………………………………….+3C Pressure Height ………………………………….……....1800ft

What altitude would be indicated by the pressure altimeter at this position?

﻿TRUE AGL = IND AGL + ((VAR273)  IND AGL)

IND AGL = TRUE AGL  (1 + (VAR273))

An aircraft crosses the outer marker (OM) on an ILS approach. The outer marker check height is 1660ft. The pressure altimeter at this position reads 1690ft.

Given:
Airport Elevation…………………………………………..720ft Temperature……………………………………………….+16C Local QNH………………………………………………….1012

Where is the true position of the aircraft in relation to the glideslope?

An aircraft crosses the outer marker (OM) on an ILS approach, on glideslope. The outer maker check height is 2300ft.

Given:

Given:
Elevation……………………………………….…………..300ft Temperature……………………………………………….-7C Pressure Height ………………………………….……....2380ft

What altitude would be indicated by the pressure altimeter at this position?

An aircraft crosses the outer marker (OM) on an ILS approach. The outer marker check height is 2110ft. The pressure altimeter at this position reads 2090ft.

Given:
Airport Elevation…………………………………………..800ft Temperature……………………………………………….+3C Local QNH………………………………………………….1015

Where is the true position of the aircraft in relation to the glideslope?

An aircraft crosses the outer marker (OM) on an ILS approach, on glideslope. The outer maker check height is 1700ft.

Given:

Given:
Elevation……………………………………….…………..500ft Temperature……………………………………………….+3C Pressure Height ………………………………….……....1800ft

What altitude would be indicated by the pressure altimeter at this position?

﻿TRUE AGL = IND AGL + ((VAR273)  IND AGL)

IND AGL = TRUE AGL  (1 + (VAR273))

An aircraft crosses the outer marker (OM) on an ILS approach. The outer marker check height is 1660ft. The pressure altimeter at this position reads 1690ft.

Given:
Airport Elevation…………………………………………..720ft Temperature……………………………………………….+16C Local QNH………………………………………………….1012

Where is the true position of the aircraft in relation to the glideslope?

An aircraft crosses the outer marker (OM) on an ILS approach, on glideslope. The outer maker check height is 2300ft.

Given:

Given:
Elevation……………………………………….…………..300ft Temperature……………………………………………….-7C Pressure Height ………………………………….……....2380ft

What altitude would be indicated by the pressure altimeter at this position?

An aircraft crosses the outer...

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