F. AP­PROACH RE­STRIC­TIONS

Flying - - TRAINING & TECHNIQUE CHART WISE -

Like so many in­stru­men­tap­proach pro­ce­dures, the Mor­ris­town SDF Run­way 5 comes with a few im­por­tant re­stric­tions. Air­craft ap­proach­ing MOR from the south­west are warned that an ar­rival from over the Vol­un­teer VOR (VXV) is not au­tho­rized if the air­craft is also es­tab­lished on ei­ther R022 (V115) or R102 (V136). The Run­way 5 ap­proach min­i­mums change de­pend­ing upon which al­time­ter the pi­lot uses. Min­i­mums in­crease 140 feet if the pi­lot chooses to use the McGhee-Tyson al­time­ter, or if MOR is un­avail­able. With no con­trol tower on the air­port, the pi­lot is re­spon­si­ble for han­dling the run­way light­ing when needed on 122.8.

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