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WAAS, the FAA's
Wide Area Augmentation System, lets you fly more than 1,700 LPV and
LNAV/VNAV approaches with vertical guidance to as low as 200 feet.
Whether you are a GPS expert or beginner, there is lots to know
about flying the new WAAS approaches.
Thousands of WAAS capable Garmin GPSs are shipping, but there is
no easy way to learn all of the details of flying with WAAS. This
new course teaches you to fly these approaches step-by-step, and
shows you how many feet of obstacle clearance you have at ever point
on the approach. Learn from two Master CFIs how to avoid the "gotchas"
that can trick even experienced GPS pilots.
Max Trescott's Interactive Quick Start
Adults prefer to learn by zeroing in on just the information
that's most important to them, without having to being dragged
through an entire course. Our new Max Trescott's Interactive Quick
StartTM lets you do just that. At any time, you can access any of
the following interactive features:
WAAS and GPS Course Outline
Downloadable files attached to the course include:
Printable copies of the instrument approach procedures discussed
Printable lists of all 1,700 LPV and LNAV/VNAV approaches in the