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37.68 Global Navigation Satellite System
37.68.4 State the meaning of a GPS “sole means navigation system”. CAR 19
The following is an explanation of terms relevant to this Subpart:
Sole-means navigation system:
a navigation system approved for a given operation or phase of flight that must allow the aircraft to meet, for that operation or phase of flight, all four navigation system performance requirements: accuracy, integrity, availability, and continuity of service:
37.68.6 State the restriction on using GPS as a sole means navigation system under IFR in the New Zealand FIR. CAR 19
19.209 Sole means GPS operations
(a) A person shall not operate an aircraft under IFR using a sole means navigation system, which uses only GPS sensors, within the New Zealand Flight Information Region.
37.68.10 State the requirements which must be met before a pilot of an aircraft operating within the New Zealand FIR, under IFR, using GPS equipment as a primary means navigation system, is permitted random flight routing. CAR 19
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