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C) Prior to using a procedure or waypoint retrieved from the airborne navigation database, the pilot should verify the validity of the database. This verification should include the following preflight and in-flight steps: (1) Preflight: [a] Determine the date of database issuance, and verify that the date/time of proposed use is before the expiration date/time. [b] Verify that the database provider has not published a notice limiting the use of the specific waypoint or procedure. (2) Inflight: [a] Determine that the waypoints and transition names coincide with names found on the procedure chart.

5Hand-held receivers require no approval. , installation of an external antenna or a permanent mounting bracket, does require approval. 1To 23 Para. 1-1-19 SECTION 1—NAVIGATION AIDS (c) GPS instrument approach operations outside the United States must be authorized by the appropriate sovereign authority. f. EQUIPMENT AND DATABASE REQUIREMENTS. 1. Authorization to fly approaches under IFR using GPS avionics systems requires that: (a) A pilot use GPS avionics with TSO C-129, or equivalent, authorization in class A1, B1, B3, C1, or C3; and (b) All approach procedures to be flown must be retrievable from the current airborne navigation data base supplied by the TSO C-129 equipment manufacturer or other FAA approved source.

VFR waypoint names (for computer-entry and flight plans) consist of five letters beginning with the letters “VP” and are retrievable from navigation databases. The VFR waypoint names are not intended to be pronounceable, and they are not for use in ATC communications. On VFR charts, stand-alone VFR waypoints will be portrayed using the same four-point star symbol used for IFR waypoints. VFR waypoints collocated with visual check points on the chart will be identified by small magenta flag symbols.

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