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Utilize the full capabilities of your Honeywell avionics

Charted as “RNAV (RNP),” RNP-AR procedures are instrument approaches that take advantage of linear obstacle clearance surfaces based on navigation performance.  Additionally, they allow for constant radius, curved flight paths (Radius-to-Fix [RF] legs) in any segment of the approach, including the final. The linear obstacle corridors, combined with curved flight paths, provide extreme flexibility in designing stable flight paths to runways where straight-in approaches aren’t possible.

“Special” RNP-AR Procedures
We provide special RNP-AR approaches that are only available to our approved customers. 

RNP-AR Consultancy
Need help with your approval? Our RNP-AR consultants provide technical expertise and guidance for LOA/Ops Spec C384, and work with the FAA on your behalf.

Benefits of RNP-AR

  • A stable approach to runways that cannot support a “straight-in” procedure.
  • Improved access to airports such as Aspen (KASE), Eagle/Vail (KEGE), Bozeman (KBZN), Monterey (KMRY), Medford (KMFD), Atlanta Dekalb-Peachtree (KPDK), and Kathmandu, Nepal (VNKT).
  • Deconflicting traffic at airports like Chicago Midway (KMDW); Gary (KGYY), and Trenton (KTTN).
  • More efficient access to airports adjacent to restricted airspace like Washington Reagan (KDCA).

RNP-AR approaches are part of the Honeywell Navigation Services suite of offerings. Other offerings include:

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