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After passing overhead an NDB and commencing the published instrument approach which includes a reversal procedure what are the tracking tolerances on the outbound leg of the approach within which the aircraft must be established prior to commencement of any descend :

A. +/- 10.3 degree of the outbound track

B. outbound on the specific track

C. a positive back bearing must be obtained

D. +/- 9 degree of the outbound track

which is the correct answers from the four options above? A,B,C or D

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  1. Mark Kolber on Dec 11, 2013

    What country are you talking about? The US doesn’t have a specific numerical tolerance on what it means to be “established”. Other ICAO countries do.

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