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DOT - FAA 8260.3

United States Standard for Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS) (Change 21 dated June 5, 2009 Incorporated)

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Organization: DOT
Publication Date: 7 July 1976
Status: active
Page Count: 482
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PURPOSE.

This order contains criteria that shall be used to formulate, review, approve, and publish procedures for instrument approach and departure of aircraft to and from civil and military airports. These criteria are for application at any location over which an appropriate United States agency exercises jurisdiction.

Document History

September 17, 2020
United States Standard for Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS)
Purpose of This Order. This order prescribes standardized methods for designing andevaluating IFPs prescribed under Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) Part 95 andPart 97. It also...
February 16, 2018
United States Standard For Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS)
Purpose of This Order. This order prescribes standardized methods for designing and evaluating instrument flight procedures (IFPs) prescribed under Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR)...
March 14, 2016
United States Standard For Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS)
Purpose of This Order. This order prescribes standardized methods for designing and evaluating instrument flight procedures (IFPs). It is to be used by all personnel responsible for the preparation,...
FAA 8260.3
July 7, 1976
United States Standard for Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS) (Change 21 dated June 5, 2009 Incorporated)
PURPOSE. This order contains criteria that shall be used to formulate, review, approve, and publish procedures for instrument approach and departure of aircraft to and from civil and military...
July 7, 1976
United States Standard for Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS) (Change 25 dated March 9, 2012 Incorporated)
Purpose. Order 8260.3B, United States Standard for Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS), contains the criteria used to formulate, review, approve, and publish procedures for instrument flight...
July 7, 1976
United States Standard for Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS)
PURPOSE. This order contains criteria that shall be used to formulate, review, approve, and publish procedures for instrument approach and departure of aircraft to and from civil and military...
July 7, 1976
UNITED STATES STANDARD FOR TERMINAL INSTRUMENT PROCEDURES (TERPS) (CANCELLING FAA 8260.36, FAA 8260.39, FAA 8260.41 AND FAA 8260.47) (Change 18 dated November 12, 1999 Incorporated)
A description is not available for this item.
July 7, 1976
United States Standard for Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS) (Change 20 dated December 17, 2007 Incorporated)
PURPOSE. This order contains criteria that shall be used to formulate, review, approve, and publish procedures for instrument approach and departure of aircraft to and from civil and military...
July 7, 1976
UNITED STATES STANDARD FOR TERMINAL INSTRUMENT PROCEDURES (TERPS) (CANCELLING FAA 8260.36, FAA 8260.39, FAA 8260.41 AND FAA 8260.47) (Change 17 dated February 13, 1998 Incorporated)
A description is not available for this item.
July 7, 1976
UNITED STATES STANDARD FOR TERMINAL INSTRUMENT PROCEDURES (TERPS) (CANCELLING FAA 8260.36, FAA 8260.39, FAA 8260.41 AND FAA 8260.47) (Change 19 dated May 15, 2002 Incorporated)
PURPOSE. This order contains criteria that shall be used to formulate, review, approve, and publish procedures for instrument approach and departure of aircraft to and from civil and military...
July 7, 1976
United States Standard For Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS)
Purpose. This change incorporates existing standards from various policy documents and revises/deletes obsolete area navigation (RNAV) standards.

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