waypoints to ensure the correct IAF has
been selected. If there are more than four
waypoints in the approach, move the
cursor up with the right outer knob to scroll
the other waypoints into view.
If there is only one IAF for a procedure, the
KLN 90B will skip this screen.
LOAD IN FPL
Figure 3-59. Approach Waypoints
7. If the cursor is over LOAD IN FPL and the
ENT button is pressed, the KLN 90B
checks to see if this airport is in the active
flight plan. Refer to Figure 3-60. If it is
not, the KLN 90B will ask if the approach
and airport are to be added to the active
LOAD IN FPL
Figure 3-60. Loading the Approach
8. The KLN 90B will then bring up the FPL 0
page and put the sequence of approach
waypoints in front of the airport reference
At any time during the process of selecting
an approach, return to the previous step by
pressing the CLR button.
At the top of the list of approach waypoints is a
header that describes the approach that follows. The
form of this header is ABBBB-CCCC. A is the first
letter of the type of approach (e.g., V for VOR). BBBB
will be filled in with the runway that the approach is to.
Finally, CCCC corresponds to the identifier of the
airport that the approach is to. For example, V25R-
KLAX means the VOR 25R approach to KLAX.
After the approach has been entered into the
flight plan, the KLN 90B checks to make sure that the
resulting flight plan makes sense. If the KLN 90B
detects any waypoints that are in both the en route
portion of the flight plan and the portion that makes up
the approach, the message, REDUNDANT WPTS IN
FPL - EDIT EN ROUTE WPTS AS NECESSARY, is
Check the flight plan and delete those en route
waypoints that are not necessary.
Waypoints. Note waypoint five in the VOR 25R to
KLAX. Refer to Figure 3-61. This is the missed
approach point for runway 25. This approach applies
to both left and right runways, so the letter B is used to
mean both. Refer to Table 3-15 for naming
Figure 3-61. No WPT Sequencing