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PHNL-PHTO

Posted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 11:59 pm
by rileyturkey
Date:4-12-11
Flight:FA028
et15.ath.cx
Aircraft flown:B757-200
Duration: 30 Mins
Any remarks:Flight plan was IFR to Hilo via runway heading,LANAI vor,KONA vor,then direct HILO vor where I spotted the airport and ran a vis app into runway 8. Cruising altitude was FL300. Very fun flight over all.

Re: PHNL-PHTO

Posted: Wed Apr 13, 2011 12:21 am
by Turbofan
Cool! Any screen shots?

Re: PHNL-PHTO

Posted: Wed Apr 13, 2011 12:23 am
by rileyturkey
nah im doing the return flight now,ill make sure to take some on app

Return flight with video of app is on way in about an hour.

Re: PHNL-PHTO

Posted: Wed Apr 13, 2011 1:29 am
by Turbofan
Looking forward to it. 8-)

Re: PHNL-PHTO

Posted: Wed Apr 13, 2011 2:03 am
by rileyturkey
About 15 more mins till it goes live on youtube.

Re: PHNL-PHTO

Posted: Sat Jun 18, 2011 1:55 pm
by DavideV
Nice plan, but watch out because there's the Bradshaw Airport which is a restricted area. If you want to go to Hilo you must approach it northside. So you can go heading 95 at the Lanai VOR until you don't cross the radial 145 of the Hilo VOR, then flight on it toward the runway, but you should go through a circling approach. You can also pass through the Upolu Point VOR, anyway pay attention because there's a minimum safe altitude of 25,000 feet... you know, airplanes are not that into high mountains... :D

Re: PHNL-PHTO

Posted: Sat Jun 18, 2011 2:14 pm
by Gunny
Some body's been boning up on real world approach procedures on the Oahu.
Any body else know about The Bradshaw restriction besides the usual suspect?

Re: PHNL-PHTO

Posted: Thu Jun 23, 2011 3:51 pm
by Crazypilot
DavideV wrote:Nice plan, but watch out because there's the Bradshaw Airport which is a restricted area. If you want to go to Hilo you must approach it northside. So you can go heading 95 at the Lanai VOR until you don't cross the radial 145 of the Hilo VOR, then flight on it toward the runway, but you should go through a circling approach. You can also pass through the Upolu Point VOR, anyway pay attention because there's a minimum safe altitude of 25,000 feet... you know, airplanes are not that into high mountains... :D
You know in January aplane got a little to close to mountain in pakistan and the usual happened