Key:ifr

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Description
Indicates whether flight under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) is possible at this location. Edit or translate this description.
Group: Aeroways
Used on these elements
use on nodes unspecifieduse on ways unspecifieduse on areas unspecifieduse on relations unspecified
Requires

IFR facilities and procedures to be in place at the selected aerodrome.

Useful combination
Status: in use

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ifr=yes is placed on aeroway=aerodrome or aeroway=heliport to indicate that IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) facilities and procedures are available. Usually supported by the availability of an IFR approach procedure (e.g. ILS-01 approach chart for Cape Town International Airport).

ifr=no would indicates that there are definitely no IFR facilities or procedures available for the selected aerodrome.

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