Yes. A DME or GNSS Arrival is a procedure unique to Australia that provides an NPA to a circling minimum. A DME or GNSS Arrival is designed using the same criteria as used in conventional NPA design.
What is different about a DME or GNSS Arrival?
DME or GNSS Arrivals are normally designed to permit descent from the en-route phase without the need to locate the aircraft overhead the navigation aid or to conduct a sector entry. Entry to the procedure is often available from any direction but commonly is limited to sectors or specific tracks…..
Our Civil Aviation Advisory Publications (CAAPs) provide guidance and explanatory information about the meaning of certain requirements in the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 (CAR). They may also describe methods to help you comply with a CAR requirement in a manner that would be acceptable to an authorised person or CASA.
C0005 终端区仪表飞行程序 a. 批准合格证持有人使用本运行规范中批准的程序和最低标准实施终端区仪表运行，但必须满足下述任一条件： （4）在国外机场，所用终端区仪表飞行程序是由国际民航组织缔约国的政府制定或批准的。这些终端区仪表飞行程序的设计准则必须等同于国际民航组织8168号文件《空中航行程序服务－飞机运行（PANS-OPS）》第二卷、美国《终端区仪表飞行程序标准（TERPS）》或欧洲《EU-OPS》中的标准。
Boeing airplanes have uncompensated Baro-VNAV systems and are prohibited from using LNAV/VNAV minima on approach charts when operating outside of published temperature restriction limits. However, if cold temperature altitude corrections are applied as described in the Cold Temperature Operations Supplementary Procedures chapter of the FCOM, descent to the corrected LNAV (MDA) minima is allowed. There is no procedure for hot temperature corrections.
FAA发布过一个《Cold Temperature Restricted Airports》。文中提供了一个快速修正的表格，以及修正的例子：
For RNAV (GPS) approaches flown to the LNAV/VNAV line of minima using baro-VNAV vertical guidance, determine if there are published uncompensated baro-VNAV temperature limits. If the reported airport temperature is above or below the published limits, do not use the LNAV/VNAV line of minima unless the RNAV system is capable of temperature compensation and the system is active. Use an alternative line of minima (e.g., LNAV). CTRA correction must still be made on this approach if applicable.