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14 CFR Ch. I (1–1–18 Edition) 

§ 97.5 

manual) at maximum certificated land-
ing weight with full flaps, landing gear 
extended, and power off. 

T  means nonstandard takeoff mini-

mums or specified departure routes/ 
procedures or both. 

TDZ means touchdown zone. 
Visibility minimum means the min-

imum visibility specified for approach, 
landing, or takeoff, expressed in stat-
ute miles, or in feet where RVR is re-
ported. 

[Doc. No. FAA–2002–14002, 72 FR 31679, June 7, 
2007] 

§ 97.5

Bearings, courses, tracks, head-

ings, radials, miles. 

(a) All bearings, courses, tracks, 

headings, and radials in this part are 
magnetic, unless otherwise designated. 

(b) RVR values are stated in feet. 

Other visibility values are stated in 
statute miles. All other mileages are 
stated in nautical miles. 

[Doc. No. 561, 32 FR 13912, Oct. 6, 1967, as 
amended by Amdt. 97–1336, 72 FR 31680, June 
7, 2007] 

Subpart B—Procedures 

E

DITORIAL

N

OTE

: The procedures set forth 

in this subpart were formerly carried as 
§§ 609.100 through 609.500 of this title and 
were transferred to part 97 as §§ 97.11 through 
97.19, respectively, but are not carried in the 
Code of Federal Regulations. For F

EDERAL

 

R

EGISTER

citations affecting these proce-

dures, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, 
which appears in the Finding Aids section of 
the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov. 

§ 97.10

[Reserved] 

Subpart C—TERPS Procedures 

S

OURCE

: Docket No. 8130, 32 FR 13912, Oct. 

6, 1967, unless otherwise noted. 

E

DITORIAL

N

OTE

: The procedures for §§ 97.21 

through 97.35, respectively, are not carried in 
the Code of Federal Regulations. For F

ED

-

ERAL

R

EGISTER

citations affecting these pro-

cedures, see the List of CFR Sections Af-
fected, which appears in the Finding Aids 
section of the printed volume and at 
www.fdsys.gov. 

§ 97.20

General. 

(a) This subpart prescribes standard 

instrument approach procedures and 

takeoff minimums and obstacle depar-
ture procedures (ODPs) based on the 
criteria contained in FAA Order 8260.3, 
U.S. Standard for Terminal Instrument 
Procedures (TERPs), and other related 
Orders in the 8260 series that also ad-
dress instrument procedure design cri-
teria. 

(b) Standard instrument approach 

procedures and associated supporting 
data adopted by the FAA are docu-
mented on FAA Forms 8260–3, 8260–4, 
8260–5. Takeoff minimums and obstacle 
departure procedures (ODPs) are docu-
mented on FAA Form 8260–15A. These 
forms are incorporated by reference. 
The Director of the Federal Register 
approved this incorporation by ref-
erence pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 
CFR part 51. The standard instrument 
approach procedures and takeoff mini-
mums and obstacle departure proce-
dures (ODPs) are available for exam-
ination at the FAA’s Rules Docket 
(AGC–200) and at the National Flight 
Data Center, 800 Independence Avenue, 
SW., Washington, DC 20590, or at the 
National Archives and Records Admin-
istration (NARA). For information on 
the availability of this material at 
NARA, call 202–741–6030, or go to http:// 
www.archives.gov/federal

lregister/ 

code

loflfederallregulations/ 

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llocations.html. 

(c) Standard instrument approach 

procedures and takeoff minimums and 
obstacle departure procedures (ODPs) 
are depicted on aeronautical charts 
published by the FAA National Aero-
nautical Charting Office. These charts 
are available for purchase from the 
FAA’s National Aeronautical Charting 
Office, Distribution Division, 6303 Ivy 
Lane, Suite 400, Greenbelt, MD 20770. 

[Doc. No. FAA–2002–14002, 72 FR 31680, June 7, 
2007] 

PART 99—SECURITY CONTROL OF 

AIR TRAFFIC 

Subpart A—General 

Sec. 
99.1

Applicability. 

99.3

Definitions. 

99.5

Emergency situations. 

99.7

Special security instructions. 

99.9

Radio requirements. 

99.11

ADIZ flight plan requirements. 

99.12

[Reserved] 

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