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Should I do a RMIM check for RNAV route or a RNAV STAR?

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    John D Collins on Jun 30, 2016

    I assume you mean RAIM check. You can use the FAA tool on this website to do a RAIM check for the US. http://sapt.faa.gov/default.php
    RAIM does not need to be checked if the GPS is WAAS and you are in the WAAS service volume. There are three levels of RAIM check, enroute, terminal, and approach. The first applies to RNAV T and Q routes. The second to RNAV SIDs and RNAV STARs. The last is for approaches dependent on GPS.

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