If you are flying IFR, and ATC vector you to an ILS runway (as opposed to a visual runway), then the final instructions you get from ATC will
be that final turn towards the runway's approximate heading.... there won't be anything after that.
the reason is that with an ILS approach, the Localizer will make the final adjustments for your final approach, through use of the APPROACH or APP mode on the AutoPilot.
So the manual Vectors that you get from ATC will end with the final instruction that puts you on a heading that will intercept the localizer.
Por Ejemplo; (sorry I know that's Spanish not Portuguese!)
"BA8077 turn right heading 175, descend and maintain 2,500. Maintain 2,500 until established on the Localizer. Contact Heathrow Approach on 125.15" .....
So this is the final instruction they give you because they are expecting you to use ILS beyond this, for your final approach.
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