- Dec 30, 2001
- Total Time
Ok, question for the regs experts.. The situation is this, you have been cleared for an ILS approach and instructed to join the glideslope at an altitude higher than the published intercept altitude. For instance if the pub. intercept altitude is 2500, lets say ATC clears you for the approach and instructs you to join at 3000ft. Now you are 3 miles from the outer marker, and they advise you that the RVR has dropped below landing minimums? Can you continue the approach due to the fact that you have already joined the "final approach fix"? Thanks in advance!!!