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FAA Advisory Circular 90-105A - Approval Guidance for RNP Operations and Barometric Vertical Navigation is the U.S. National Airspace System and in Oceanic and Remote Continental Airspace

Advisory Circular 90-105A was issued by the FAA on March 7th.  It effectively places all RNP guidance in a single advisor circular.  Advisory Circular 90-105 was rescinded and FAA Orders 8400.12C and 8400.33 have been replaced.  The information now regarding equipment requirements, operational procedures, and approvals as required is contained in the newly issued Advisory Circular relative the following RNP operations:
  • Required Navigation Performance Approach (RNP APCH) procedures;
  • Barometric vertical navigation (baro-VNAV);
  • RNP 1 (terminal operations)
  • RNP 0.3 (rotocraft) operations;
  • RNP 2 domestic, offshore, oceanic and remote continental operations;
  • RNP 4 oceanic and remote continental operations;
  • RNP 10 (Area Navigation (RNAV) 10) oceanic and remote continental operations;
  • Advanced Required Navigation Performance (A-RNP), and
  • Additional Capabilities.

For the first time the FAA has introduced the concept of bundling approvals for RNP operations, which allows the FAA more latitude in granting a wider range of authorizations on a single operator application.  It should lead to reduced cost and workload for both the operator and the FAA.

To access the Advisory Circular click here to access our Reference Library (a login to this free resource is required), select the Navigation heading and select the blue link titled “Approval Guidance for RNP Operations and Barometric Vertical Navigation is the U.S. National Airspace System and in Oceanic and Remote Continental Airspace.”

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