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Missed Approach Point

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Where is the MAP on the Kona (PHKO) ILS or LOC/DME RWY 17 approach when flying the LOC/DME approach? 

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  1. R. Anderson on Jun 10, 2017

    247′ msl DA on the ILS and 2 DME from I-KOA (localizer dme).

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  2. Russ Roslewski on Jun 10, 2017

    I-KOA 2 DME fix. This is one of the most frustrating things about the FAA charts. Jeppesen puts an M over the MAP which helps eliminate confusion like this, but the FAA does not. You really just have to infer that, since the MAP has to be after the VDP which is at 2.9 DME, and there are no other fixes or a timing table, it must be at 2 DME since that’s the only other possible choice.

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  3. R. Anderson on Jun 10, 2017

    Sorry, the 247′ DA (MAP) is for the ILS, and your question was for the MAP when flying the LOC/DME to RWY 17, which is 2 DME from I-KOA (localizer dme).

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  4. Mark Kolber on Jun 14, 2017

    It’s at the runway threshold like many nonprecision approaches. In this case, it’s identified by 2 DME on the localizer rather than timed or a GPS waypoint.

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