Excerpts from AIM in italic :
· “Only approaches contained in the current onboard navigation database are authorized”.
Is it possible to have published (approach plate) overlay approaches that are not in a GPS database?
· “On overlay approaches, if no pronounceable five−character name is published for an approach waypoint or fix, it was given a database identifier consisting of letters and numbers. These points will appear in the list of waypoints in the approach procedure database, but may not appear on the approach chart.”
Why would the GPS database have the waypoints but the published approach plate not have the waypoint?
My thought is that it would make sense to have the waypoint also on the published approach plate to crosscheck the GPS database because how else can someone