PRM-SOIA Procedures

PRM-SOIA Procedures

Our PRM-SOIA Procedures course provides initial and recurrent training for pilots authorized to conduct Precision Runway Monitor and Simultaneous Offset Instrument approaches.

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Description

PRM and SOIA approaches are used to maintain distance between aircraft landing on runways spaced closely together. Our PRM-SOIA Procedures course lays an excellent foundation for how these procedures are conducted and what contingencies are used in the event that aircraft are not able to maintain the appropriate distance.

For Part 135, Part 125, and Part 91 pilot training, our PRM-SOIA Procedures course familiarizes pilots with associated ATC procedures and fulfills Part 135 initial and recurrent training requirements for navigation and the use of navigational aids.

Topics Addressed
  • General Requirements
  • PRM Approaches
  • SOIA Approaches

Requirements and Resources

  • 14 CFR 135.293(a)(4)
  • Aeronautical Information Manual
  • United States Standard for Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS) 8260.3
  • FAA order 8900.1, Vol. 4, Ch. 2, Section 5

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