Decisions on which type of approach to use vary with each airline, and sometimes even for each flight. This article is the fourth and final in a series exploring fuel conservation strategies. It discusses strategies for saving fuel during the descent and approach phases of flight. Download the whole series as one PDF. Fuel conservation is a significant concern of every airline. An airline can choose an approach procedure and flap setting policy that uses the least amount of fuel, but it should also consider the trade-offs involved with using this type of procedure.
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