The non-precision instrument approach procedure would still require the establishment of minimum IFR altitudes for each segment of the instrument procedure. These minimum IFR altitudes would provide the pilot with the DO NOT DESCEND BELOW values and would be depicted on the instrument approach procedure chart VERY DIFFERENT to the procedural altitudes. The intent of including these minimum IFR altitudes is to ensure the pilot has the OPTION to be able to utilise these altitudes should the need occur such as in icing conditions. These minimum IFR altitudes shall NOT be coded into the aircraft's navigation database as part of the coded instrument procedure.
At MAPt. point, Pilot-Flying must turn 09 degrees to the LEFT to runway centerline descending in VISUAL condition only.
MAPt. = Missed Approach Point