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GPS for navigation during missed approach

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can i use the gps to fly a missed approach from an approach other than a gps approach?

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  1. Wes Beard on Oct 10, 2012

    Yes… provided your GPS is a panel mounted IFR approved GPS. The requirement to use a VOR, localizer or NDB is from the final approach fix inbound to the missed approach point. I personally have no issues using GPS the whole time so long as I can monitor the primary navaid on the final approach course .

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