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Innsbruck Airport (LOWI) runway 08 ILS, Austria. An ILS approach for runway 8 at Innsbruck Austria, an exciting approach with a 7.0 degree glide path! By Nelson Lyon.
This is an ILS approach for Innsbruck Austria rwy 08. This is for flight sim FSX/P3D only. Just place the included BGL file in your Addon Scenery/Scenery folder and activate as usual. The frequency is 111.50 and the course heading is 080.
T/O RWY 08 and climb to 14000 feet. When passing 9000 feet do a left turn to heading 320. When steady another turn to heading 260. Make sure you have the KTI NDB showing in your MFD or GPS. Continue on heading 260, once past the airport descend to 12000ft ( Initial approach altitude ). Reduce speed to 200 kts or so. For this app to work you have to have a final app speed of 130-160 on final or less depending on what you are flying. The slower the better. It is a very steep G/P 7.0 degrees but it works. At 24.5 DME turn left 90 degrees to intercept the final approach course. Select app mode on the autopilot. The sooner you can reduce speed to final approach the better. You will need full flaps and landing gear down. Let the auto pilot do it's thing just watch your speed. I used the Lear 45 for testing and it worked well. You will have to experiment to see what A/C works best for you. I should think the Beech 350 would also work very well.
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