1 Stanfield VOR This PowerPoint is not intended as a directive. It is intended to serve as a tool to communicate the training community s best practices. Any questions or concerns to these procedures are welcome by contacting the Arizona Flight Training Workgroup ( Revision 4 Revision date: 12 Nov 2018
4 Depiction on Low Altitude IFR Chart Stanfield VOR
5 Depiction on VFR Terminal Area Chart Stanfield VOR
6 Depiction on VFR Sectional Chart Stanfield VOR
7 Stanfield VOR training area laterally extends up to 10 NM - 12 NM from the TFD VOR Stanfield VOR 10 NM 12 NM
8 Stanfield VOR training area extends vertically up to 7500ft. MSL Stanfield VOR NM Up to 7500ft. MSL
9 Stack altitudes are separated by 500ft. Stanfield VOR 7000ft. MSL 6500ft. MSL 5500ft. MSL 4500ft. MSL 6000ft. MSL 5000ft. MSL
11 Several IFR procedures using the stack KCGZ ILS or LOC RWY 05 Starts at 3800ft. MSL KCGZ VOR/DME RWY 05 Starts at 3500ft. MSL KCGZ RNAV (GPS) RWY 05 Starts at 3800ft. MSL ILS Rwy 05
12 Useable Altitudes 4,500 is the lowest useable altitude to hold and await your turn to shoot the approach. Any altitude below 4,500 is reserved for shooting the approaches at the appropriate starting altitude for the approach you wish to practice. Above 4,500, each aircraft stacks at 500 increments awaiting turn to drop down and shoot the approach.
13 Several IFR procedures using the stack Idea is to occupy next available altitude above the top-of-stack and drop down in the stack, one airplane at a time as altitudes become available. Drop 500ft. per descent to next stack holding altitude until at 4,500ft MSL. Make sure nobody is below you and visually clear the altitude below. When in doubt, CALL! Once you reach starting altitude, initiate approach when ready. Top-of-stack = highest occupied altitude in the stack
14 Missed Approach The missed approach procedures for IFR approaches lead an aircraft back to the stack. When on the missed approach, as soon as practical, communicate with aircraft in the stack.
15 If performing holdings / tracking / interceptions only Leave the lower altitudes in the stack for airplanes flying IFR approaches. The AFTW suggests holding at 7000 ft. MSL, or as appropriate for the traffic. If holding aircraft intend to accomplish a practice approach, they can work their way into the stack as they near the end of their holding practice.
17 Calls should be as short and precise as possible. Should be made by CFI, not student pilot Students already have a lot to think about! Tip: Check out LiveATC.net for KCGZ CTAF audio recordings and live feed.
18 When approaching the stack (12 NM out), start monitoring , even though you are not intending to use it (e.g.: VFR nav.) If you are within 10 NM of the stack, make position reports on MONITOR
19 When approaching the stack (12 NM out), start monitoring , even though you are not intending to use it (e.g.: VFR nav.) If you are within 10 NM of the stack, make position reports on Stanfield traffic, Cherokee 789, 6 NM northwest of Stanfield, 5500 ft., eastbound
20 If you intend to use the stack: Make a last call on the practice area frequency (122.85) Make an initial call on at least 10 NM from Stanfield VOR 12 NM Southwest Practice Area, Cessna 123, 5 NM east of North Test Track, 4500 ft., southwest bound to Stanfield, last call
21 First call to be made 10 NM out Ask for top-of-stack Listen carefully to the current topof-stack and occupy the next available altitude. Announce intentions 10 NM Stanfield Traffic, Cessna 123, 5 minutes North of TFD, 4500 ft., request Top of stack
22 First call to be made 10 NM out Ask for top-of-stack Listen carefully to the current topof-stack and occupy the next available altitude. Announce intentions 10 NM Stanfield Traffic, Seminole 789, procedure turn outbound, 3800ft. Top-of-stack 3800ft.
23 First call to be made 10 NM out Ask for top-of-stack Listen carefully to the current topof-stack and occupy the next available altitude. Announce intentions 10 NM Stanfield Traffic, Cessna 123, 5 minutes North of TFD, 10 DME, taking 4500ft.
24 Next call to be made 5 NM out Announce intentions to take the next open altitude of (4000 is NOT an option because it conflicts with approaches) 5 NM Stanfield Traffic, Cessna 123, 2 minutes North of TFD, 5 DME, taking 4500ft.
25 Next call to be made when entering stack Announce intentions Entering stack Stanfield Traffic, Cessna 123, overhead TFD, 4500ft. Entering the published hold
26 Next call to be made when turning in the hold Announce intentions Turning in hold Stanfield Traffic, Cessna 123, holding outbound, 4500ft.
27 Next call to be made when turning in the hold Announce intentions Turning in hold Stanfield Traffic, Cessna 123, holding inbound, 4500ft.
28 Next call to be made when descending Announce intentions and clearly announce vacated altitude is OPEN Wait until next altitude is OPEN before descending! Descending in stack Stanfield Traffic, Cessna 123, holding outbound, 4500ft. Descending to 3800ft., 4500ft. open
29 Next call to be made when procedure turn outbound Announce intentions Procedure turn outbound Stanfield Traffic, Cessna 123, procedure turn outbound, 3800ft. ILS runway 5
30 Next call to be made when procedure turn inbound Announce intentions Procedure turn inbound Stanfield Traffic, Cessna 123, procedure turn inbound, 3800ft. ILS runway 5
31 Next call to be made when starting the approach (overhead the TFD VOR) Announce intentions and report vacated altitude OPEN Starting approach Stanfield Traffic, Cessna 123, TFD inbound, ILS runway 5, 3800ft. open
32 While on the approach, an inbound call should be made on a 6 NM, 4 NM and 2 NM final to allow VFR aircraft in the Casa Grande pattern to govern their approaches. Report to Casa Grande traffic instead of Stanfield Traffic from this moment on. 2 NM final 4 NM final 6 NM final
33 Next call to be made when 6 NM final Announce intentions and closely monitor KCGZ traffic! 6 NM Casa Grande traffic, Cessna 123, 6 NM final runway 5, Casa Grande
34 Next call to be made when 4 NM final Announce intentions and closely monitor KCGZ traffic! 4 NM Casa Grande traffic, Cessna 123, 4 NM final runway 5, Casa Grande
35 Next call to be made when 2 NM final Announce intentions and closely monitor KCGZ traffic! Casa Grande traffic, Twinstar 456, 2 NM final runway 5, Casa Grande
36 Procedure Turn Inbound and Outbound calls should only be made in conjunction with the initiation of the instrument approach procedure and not when making circuits in the holding pattern. The procedure turn inbound callout should be made when the aircraft is on the 228 radial inbound, and not at the beginning of the turn inbound.
38 What runway in use? Everyone practicing instrument approaches typically accepts up to a 10 knot tailwind component for runway 05 before using circling procedures for runway 23. Runway 23 is established as the active runway as soon as the first pilot selects and uses it as the runway in use. Other arriving aircraft should conform to the established runway in use whenever anyone remains in the traffic pattern. Conform to right-of-way rules
39 Simulated radar vectors If an instructor elects to provide simulated radar vectors to the final approach course they should give way to all other aircraft proceeding via the full published route structure.
40 Missed Approach When flying the published missed approach for runway 05 it is recommended to return to the VOR above Top of Stack. Suggested entry altitude 4500ft. MSL (if traffic allows). Be cautious for IFR aircraft under ABQ CENTER control!
41 Touch-and-go RWY 05 with Missed Approach Procedure When flying the initial takeoff or touch-and-go, make a right downwind departure towards TFD VOR. This will keep you clear of the PJE north of the airport.
42 When flying Missed Approach Procedure Avoid incoming traffic on the IFR approaches! Recommend to proceeded 2 NM south of KCGZ, then turn back to the VOR
43 Due to risk of opposite direction approaches and frequent near mid air collisions, AFTW recommends that VFR training aircraft do not fly the GPS Rwy 23 approach into KCGZ.
44 Have landing light on from VOR inbound to KCGZ Announce intentions when approach terminates so traffic following you can properly separate. Speak clearly Perform good visual lookout Be courteous and kind to one another Stay professional Have fun!
45 Closing Thoughts Please be aware that: This procedure is for VFR aircraft only. IFR aircraft must abide by ATC clearances and regulations. Aircraft operating IFR may Drop in to the stack from Albuquerque Center at any time and have priority over the VFR practice approach traffic. Aircraft from out of state or users who are not familiar with these procedures will not be using them, as they are not familiar. Keep you eyes out and see and avoid other traffic!
46 Created by: Seppe Ramaekers and updated by Brent Crow
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