EAA IMC Club Nashua Chapter Meeting December 13th
carlsonj at workingcode.com
Sun Dec 3 13:29:42 EST 2017
The December EAA IMC Club Nashua Chapter Meeting is scheduled for
December 13th at 1830L (6:30PM) at the Nashua Airport, 93 Perimeter
Road, Nashua, NH 03063.
Questions? Comments? Concerns? Please send them to Jim Carlson
<carlsonj at workingcode.com>.
Items planned for December's meeting:
- Pilot Workshop Scenarios (Trapped Above The Ice)
- Question Of The Month
- Insert your item here (suggestions wanted)
Here's the Question Of The Month (don't reply now; come ready to discuss
at the meeting):
You are at a towered airport, but the tower is closed for the
night. ATC clears you for the ILS approach to RWY 22. They advise
you to switch to the advisory frequency as you approach the FAF.
Do you need ATC permission to change the approach you are
performing? Can you fly a Localizer approach instead of the ILS?
Can you fly the ILS and circle to land to another Runway (i.e.,
RWY 28)? Do you need ATC permission to circle to land with the tower
closed? If you do not need their permission, do you need to advise
ATC that you are now performing an ILS 22 with a circle to land
Will you miss this month's meeting? If so, please consider attending
Steve Cunningham's EAA IMC Club Manchester Chapter Meeting at 1830L on
Tuesday, December 19th 2017 in Suite 103, Ammon Center, 175 Ammon Dr.,
Manchester, NH 03103. Both meetings are sponsored by National Flight
Either meeting qualifies for 1 WINGS credit as "Basic Knowledge." You
can sign up in advance for the Nashua meeting here:
and the Manchester meeting here:
Until the next meeting, fly safely!
James Carlson 42.703N 71.076W <carlsonj at workingcode.com>
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