Any TLS Approaches left in the US?

stratman560

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Hey guys:

Anybody know if there are any TLS (Transponder Landing System) approaches left in the United States? They do not neccessarily have to be FAA-certified approaches, even a operational test site would suffice. If anybody knows of anything, PM me with any info you have. I have heard of a test site at Dulles, but obviously its not published. Thanks.
 

Andy Neill

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I would bet that there is one on RWY 25 at Ken Jernstedt Airfield south of Hood RIver, OR. I say that because Hood River is the home for a manufacturer of the system and they have a RWY 25 in their information illustrations.

Airport Manager: MIKE DOKE, P O BOX 239, HOOD RIVER, OR 97031, PHONE: 541-386-1645
 

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