SARG Policy: Policy for the replication of conventional SIDS, STARS and Holds using PBN

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Reference:SARG Policy
Title:Policy for the replication of conventional SIDS, STARS and Holds using PBN
Description:The UK Airspace Modernisation strategy recommends airport arrival and departure procedures are promulgated using Performance Based Navigation rather than conventional navigation techniques.
Replication of existing conventional arrival and departure procedures, including holding, is viewed as the most relevant methodology for many procedures; where there is no requirement to introduce new procedures.

Review Comment:None
Date:23 March 2018
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