Creston, BC (CAJ3)

Direct Approach recently completed the required periodic review of the Creston BC (CAJ3) instrument procedures. Included in this cyclic review were the RNAV (GNSS) RWY 15 approach, and BOXAT RNAV (GNSS) Departure. Both these are published in the Restricted Canada Air Pilot (R-CAP)

Transport Canada regulations required that all R-CAP approaches and departures undergo a full review every 4 years. In addition to a review of the TP308 design criteria, this also includes the requirement to complete a flight check.

These GPS based approach and departure procedures have been updated and will be re-submitted to Nav Canada for renewal.

On the GPS approach into Creston
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Direct Approach Consulting Inc. Designers of instrument aprpoach and departure procedures in accordance with ICAO Doc 8168 (PANS-OPS), FAA 8260.3 (TERPS) and Transport Canada TP308. GNSS, Helicopter approach and mountainous approach experts. Contact us to see how we can improve your operational air access and improve air safety.
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