NOTE: Aircraft are considered EoR on an initial or intermediate segment of an instrument approach authorized for EoR operations after the approach clearance has been issued, read back by the pilot and the aircraft is observed on the published procedure (lateral and vertical path, and within any procedure specified speed restriction), and is conducting a simultaneous independent parallel approach with an authorized simultaneous instrument approach to a parallel runway.
NOTE: Airport field elevation requirement does not apply to dual parallel runways that are 4,300 feet or more apart.
Except when conducting an EoR operation, no two aircraft will be assigned the same altitude during turn−on to final. All three aircraft will be assigned altitudes which differ by a minimum of 1,000 feet. Example: 3,000, 4,000, 5,000; 7,000, 8,000, 9,000.
NOTE: FMA is not required to monitor the NTZ for runway centerlines 4,300 feet or greater for dual runways, and 5,000 feet or greater for triple operations.
NOTE: Simultaneous independent approaches may only be conducted where instrument approach charts specifically authorize simultaneous approaches.
NOTE: Not applicable to approaches with RF legs.