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Aviation Learning Center Document GPS Approach Minima - How Low Can You Go?
Author: Martin Heller Date: July 2006
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The GNSS Landing System (GLS) decision altitude was a place holder for ongoing upgrades to WAAS and for LAAS. It has been replaced by LPV on the RNAV(GPS) charts. The acronym GLS is now associated with the LAAS minima and will be published on a separate chart when LAAS approaches become available.

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