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Gps updating for ifr flight

In March 2010, it was reported that India and Russia were discussing a contract for 42 more Su-30MKIs.

Development of the variant started after India signed a deal with Russia in 2000 to manufacture 140 Su-30 fighter jets.

After two years of evaluation and negotiations, on 30 November 1996, India signed a US$1.462 billion deal with Sukhoi for 50 Russian-produced Su-30MKIs in five batches.

The first two prototypes with the "Super-30" upgrade will be delivered to the IAF in 2012, after which the upgrades will be performed on the last batch of 40 production aircraft.

On 25 June 2016, HAL conducted the first test flight of a Su-30MKI fitted with a Brah Mos-A missile from Nashik, India.

During approach mode, the course width is only 0.3 nm on either side of the course centerline.

I would keep your GPS needle centered as long as you are able to get those intersections on the airway plugged in. AOPA’s Air Safety Foundation has this great GPS for IFR Operations Quiz you can take here.

Sometimes, I will split the difference between the two instruments. I’m kind of surprised that your IFR certified GPS doesn’t have the victor airway intersections and waypoints in the GPS database?

Using the Garmin GNS 430 or 530 I am able to manually enter each intersection on an airway when building the flight plan (although it can be a real pain).

One of the things I love about the G1000 is being able to load an entire airway, just like I can in the “big box” FMS units.

It is important to have those intersection inserted as there are often very subtle course changes at intersections in the airway; especially, on longer segments.

To get back to your question, when an IFR-certified GPS is operating in en route mode, the course width on either side of the centerline is 5 nm.