I.L.S Approach

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  1. sunny91

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    VERY COOL SUNNY!!!! THANK YOU FOR POSTING!!!!:cool: :thumbright: :cool:
     
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    Cool! Thanks for the video!!
     
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    A lot of white in that. Would have been cool to see the instruments and rate of decent, air speed, compass. I don't know what you other pilots think, but I would say ceiling was bordering on below minimum? yes?
     
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    I don't think so for a Cat 3 and it also depends on the approach minimums. It looks like he broke out at about 300'
     
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