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Non-GPS Equipment Suffix


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I am wondering if there's a way by which controllers are able to distinguish between an aircraft with a non-GPS equipment suffix and the opposite. The reason is because when /A aircraft, for instance, depart Denver, we either clear them direct to the first fix on the DP, or we have to give them a vector to intercept the DEN VORTAC radial to join the DP. If they're /A or have some other non-GPS equipment, pilots generally will not accept a "direct to" instruction because they know they need to join the radial.

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