SARG Policy: Policy for RNAV Holding Attached to Arrival Procedures in UK Airspace

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Reference:SARG Policy
Title:Policy for RNAV Holding Attached to Arrival Procedures in UK Airspace
Description:This is an interim policy statement in the progression towards the introduction of RNAV holding in the UK. The implementation of the London Airspace Management Programme (LAMP) has been a driver in the formulation of this policy. Current trials based on RNAV holding using both time and distance parameters has shown the the performance of the aircraft consistent with expected performance. This policy statement is to clarify requirements for sponsors when introducing new or converting existing STARs to RNAV arrival procedures in terminal airspace. It specifically addresses the treatment of the associated conventional hold(s) when these holds are to be retained and promulgated at the end of new RNAV STARs.
Review Comment:None
Date:16 February 2016
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