Honeywell GNS-XL manual

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    006-08852-0000 Rev. 4 Nov/04 GNS-X L FLIGHT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Operator’s Manual Global N[...]

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    WARNING Prior to export of this document, review for export license requirement is needed. COPYRIGHT[...]

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    Revision History and Instructions Manual GNS-X L Operator’s Manual Revision 4, November 2004 Part [...]

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    GNS-X L Flight Management System R-1 Rev. 3 Oct/02 Revision History and Instructions Manual GNS-X L [...]

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    GNS-X L Flight Management System R-1 Rev. 2 Apr/00 Revision History and Instructions Manual GNS-X L [...]

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    Revision History and Instructions Manual GNS-X L Operator’s Manual Revision 1, July 1998 Part Numb[...]

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    Revision History and Instructions Manual GNS-X L Operator’s Manual Revision 0, October 1996 Part N[...]

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    SECTION 1 DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    FLIGHT PLAN LIST 1/1 (Page 1 of 1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-2 FLIGHT PLA[...]

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    VNAV MODE: (Second line) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-32 VNAV 2/[...]

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    POSITION FIX PAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-6[...]

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    CREATING A FLIGHT PLAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-7 To[...]

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    EDITING AN AIRWAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2[...]

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    To Select and Go Direct To HP Waypoint: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-52 To Cancel Ho[...]

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    Using Active Flight Plan Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-75 Usin[...]

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    To Enter Manual Groundspeed: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-98 To Retu[...]

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    MANUAL HEADING ENTRY only if IRS or VLF is available . . . . . . . . . . .3-119 VLF/OMEGA STATION DE[...]

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    SECTION 6 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    WINDS ALOFT Pages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-1[...]

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    Reviewing AFIS Planned Leg Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-28 Revi[...]

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    Turning AUTO WX UPDT OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-46 Returning[...]

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    Returning to AUTO WX UPDT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-63 Ground N[...]

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    T able of Contents GNS-X L Flight Management System xvi Rev. 0 Oct/96 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT B[...]

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    SECTION 1 DESCRIPTION O VER VIEW The GNS-X L Flight Management System is an integrated system design[...]

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    characteristics of each type of sensor. For example, an Inertial Reference System (IRS) has excellen[...]

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    course) to any waypoint and establishing an offset parallel course. NAVs, COMMs, ADFs and transponde[...]

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    CONTROLS AND INDICA T ORS ON: Depress and release the ON Key to apply power to the sys- tem. There i[...]

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    Depressing the MSG Key will display the message page. The newest message will be indicated with a fl[...]

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    BACK (BACK) KEY: The BACK Key is used to erase errors and page backward when the cursor is not dis- [...]

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    PREVIOUS (PRV) KEY: The PRV Key is used to display the previous page of a section or subsection. Thi[...]

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    Description 1-8 GNS-X L Flight Management System Magenta Lateral TO Waypoint and Vertical TO Waypoin[...]

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    SECTION 2 P A GE DISPLA Y DEFINITIONS The following section contains definitions pertaining to infor[...]

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    IDENT: Displays the airport identifier for the airport closest to the system shut down position. Das[...]

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    There are seven pages pos- sible with a maximum of 56 flight plans stored in non- volatile memory. E[...]

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    • HP (Holding Pattern): Indicates a holding pattern is programmed at a particular waypoint. (Figur[...]

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    APPROACH: Used to access the APPROACH Page to enter a non-precision approach. (Figure 2-5) XFILL: Us[...]

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    SID: The Standard Instrument Departure (SID) can be selected from a list made available by pressing [...]

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    TRANSITION: The Transition waypoint may be prefilled or selected from a list made available by press[...]

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    RUNWAY: Approach runway prefills if only one runway is available, last waypoint on Flight Plan is a [...]

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    • FCF : Indicates Final Approach Course Alignment Fix. • ++++++: Separates the missed approach p[...]

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    ACTIVE FPL (Flight Plan)Page FR: Current FROM waypoint. May also display DIRECT, PSEUDO VORTAC, DME [...]

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    DEPART: Same as stored Flight Plan Page. ARRIVE: Same as stored Flight Plan Page. APPROACH: Same as [...]

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    NOTE: No database altitude constraints will be displayed at the MAP if the MAP is abeam or beyond th[...]

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    NA VIGA TION SECTION (NA V KEY) Upon pressing the NAV Key the NAVIGATION 1/4 Page will be dis- playe[...]

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    DIS: The distance in nautical miles and tenths from the aircraft present position to the TO waypoint[...]

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    NOTE: XFILL will not appear when DME ARC, ARC Intercept, Procedure Turn or Holding Pattern are in pr[...]

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    • HP (Holding Pattern): Indicates a holding pattern is programmed at the TO waypoint. • PT (Proc[...]

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    DIS: The direct distance in nauti- cal miles and tenths from the aircraft present position to the ho[...]

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    WIND: The first field displays head- wind/tailwind in knots with an up arrow ( ↑ ) for tailwind or[...]

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    SXTK: The selected crosstrack distance entered by the pilot to provide steering to an offset course [...]

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    HDG: The heading input received from an IRS or the aircraft compass sys- tem. If HDG can be manually[...]

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    VLF SUBSECTION PAGES NOTE: The sensor SUBSECTION Pages may be accessed by plac- ing the cursor over [...]

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    DR#: The number of times the VLF/Omega Sensor has been in DR since first enter- ing the VLF (primary[...]

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    VLF SUBSECTION 3/4 (Page 3 of 4) Pressing the NXT Key again will display the third VLF SUBSECTION Pa[...]

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    DESELECT: The station has been manually deselected. CUTOUT: The station has been eliminated from use[...]

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    IRS/INS SUBSECTION PAGES IRS (or INS) SUBSECTION 1/2 (Page 1 of 2) POS: The position in this field i[...]

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    VPU SUBSECTION PAGES Accessed through the NAVIGATION 4/4 Page (if AFIS is installed in the system, a[...]

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    NOTE: Entering 99 in this field will eliminate any previously entered value and no CHECK QUALITY mes[...]

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    VPU with Multiple Channel DME Inputs (Figure 2-34) NAV 1: The stations received by the NAV 1 VOR/DME[...]

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    GPS SUBSECTION PAGES Accessed through the NAVIGATION 4/4 Page (if AFIS is installed in the system, a[...]

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    GPS TIME: GPS time in hours, minutes and seconds. The advisory time is dis- played when at least one[...]

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    RAIM/FDE?: Indicates RAIM and/or FDE is AVAIL able or UNAVAIL able. SATS TRACKED: Indicates the numb[...]

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    VERTICAL NA VIGA TION SECTION (VNA V KEY) Upon pressing the VNAV Key the VNAV 1/3 Page will be displ[...]

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    • CLIMB: Indicates climb required to cruise altitude or to next altitude restriction. (Figure 2-38[...]

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    • #TOD: Indicates the Top of Descent target altitude where the aircraft should begin its descent i[...]

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    DATA: A prompt to access the VNAV DATA Page, by placing the cursor over the DATA field and pressing [...]

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    Rev. 0 Page Display Definitions 2-36 GNS-X L Flight Management System Last Departure altitude constr[...]

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    VNAV 2/3 (Page 2 of 3) - FLIGHT PLAN WayPoint Pressing the VNAV Key will display the second VNAV Pag[...]

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    • #PRESL: Indicates the estimated position where the aircraft will arrive at the altitude shown on[...]

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    The field also goes to dashes during a descent (digital systems only) when the aircraft is 200ft low[...]

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    VNAV WAYPOINT 1/1 (Page 1 of 1) Accessed by placing the cursor over a lateral WPT and pressing the V[...]

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    PLAN CROSSING: System determined crossing based on programmed con- straints and flight path angles f[...]

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    • DEF: Indicates FPA default from VNAV DATA Page. NOTE: DIR, AUTO, and DEF can be accessed using t[...]

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    RESERVE: The desired reserve, as entered or verified by the operator, displayed in pounds or kilogra[...]

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    NM/LB: The number of nautical miles for each pound (or kilogram) of fuel consumed. (Figure 2-50)Fuel[...]

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    DIS/DTK: The distance in nautical miles and tenths between either the FROM and TO waypoints or betwe[...]

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    PLAN 3/8 (Page 3 of 8) FUEL PLAN Pressing the FPL Key again will display the PLAN 3/8 Page. FUEL PLA[...]

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    FPL FUEL: The total amount of fuel anticipated to be consumed to the last way- point on the flight p[...]

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    PLAN 5/8 (Page 5 of 8) DATE/GMT Pressing the PLAN Key again will display the PLAN 5/8 Page. DATE: Sa[...]

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    (excluding crew). (Figure 2-56) FUEL ON BOARD: Weight in pounds or kilograms of fuel on board. (Figu[...]

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    DEPART DT : Date for which FDE prediction is to be calculated. DEPART GMT : Time for which FDE predi[...]

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    • START CALC? ENT : This is displayed when the aircraft is on the ground and all data has been ent[...]

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    PLAN 8/8 (Page 8 of 8) FDE COMPUTATION COMPUTING - STANDBY : This display will flash while FDE predi[...]

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    HEADING SECTION (HDG KEY) Upon pressing the HDG Key the HEADING VECTOR 1/1 Page will be displayed an[...]

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    TO WAYPOINT: Prefills with current TO Waypoint or is enterable (from one to six alphanumer- ic chara[...]

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    TUNING SECTION (TUNE KEY) Upon pressing the TUNE Key the TUNE 1/4 Page will be displayed and the fol[...]

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    TUNE 3/4 (Page 3 of 4) NAV Pressing the TUNE Key again will display this page and the following info[...]

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    When the dedicated DM441B or the dedicated DME42 is configured, the TUNE 3/4 page is different (Figu[...]

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    HOLDING P A TTERN SECTION (HOLD KEY) HOLDING PATTERN PAGE This page is accessed by depressing the HO[...]

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    Rev. 0 Page Display Definitions 2-59 GNS-X L Flight Management System 70 ° Outbound End Turn Point [...]

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    Rev. 0 Page Display Definitions 2-60 GNS-X L Flight Management System 70 ° Turn Anticipation Holdin[...]

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    Rev. 0 Page Display Definitions 2-61 GNS-X L Flight Management System Go Direct to Holding Fix Leg L[...]

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    Page Display Definitions 2-62 GNS-X L Flight Management System • HOLDING: indicates the system has[...]

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    EXIT MODE: The MANUAL default indicates the system will stay in the holding pattern indefinitely. Us[...]

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    Rev. 0 Page Display Definitions 2-64 GNS-X L Flight Management System DIF: The difference between th[...]

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    DIR CLOSEST ARP 2/2 (Page 2 of 2) DIRECT TO CLOSEST AIR- PORT: The Closest Airport page is the last [...]

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    VHF Navaids WAYPOINT: Alphanumeric designator for the Navaid. (Figure 2-77) NOTE: If the waypoint ha[...]

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    Non-Directional Beacons (NDBs) NDBs stored in the internal database are listed in Jeppesen publicati[...]

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    Page Display Definitions 2-68 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 • If the airport show[...]

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    Page Display Definitions 2-69 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 Intersections/Enroute W[...]

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    Page Display Definitions 2-70 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 WAYPOINT : (Figure 2-86[...]

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    Page Display Definitions 2-71 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 When the waypoint has b[...]

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    Page Display Definitions 2-72 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 #0 will be defined as t[...]

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    Page Display Definitions 2-73 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 OBSOLETE WAYPOINT Obsol[...]

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    Page Display Definitions 2-74 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 2 Apr/00 SYSTEM MESSAGES ACTION [...]

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    Page Display Definitions 2-75 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 ADVISORY: The following[...]

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    ADVISORY: (continued) System Message Explanation DR HDG/TAS The system is in the Dead Reckoning (DR)[...]

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    ADVISORY: (continued) System Message Explanation NO NAV The system is not navigating. Message annunc[...]

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    ADVISORY: (continued) *WPT ALERT The aircraft is within 30 seconds ETE of the next leg lateral chang[...]

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    SENSOR MESSAGES: (continued) Sensor Message Explanation DR Either the VLF (RPU), GPS or VPU sensor i[...]

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    Rev. 0 Oct/96 Page Display Definitions 2-80 GNS-X L Flight Management System THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY[...]

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    SECTION 3 SYSTEM OPERA TION PRE-DEP ARTURE POWER ON/OFF AND PARALLAX ADJUSTMENT 1. ON Key - DEPRESS [...]

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    INITIALIZATION PAGE It is important that the initial- ization position and the first waypoint of the[...]

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    INITIALIZATION POSITION The Initialization Position for non-IRS equipped systems should be the depar[...]

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    of the departure runway threshold in the waypoint field, the departure air- port identifier will rep[...]

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    Option 2: Using the POS field For IRS equipped systems, the ramp or alignment LAT/LONG posi- tion sh[...]

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    System Operation 3-6 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLA[...]

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    BUILDING FLIGHT PLANS (FPL) CREATING A FLIGHT PLAN 1. FPL Key - DEPRESS to display (Stored) FLIGHT P[...]

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    System Operation 3-8 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 7. ENT Key - DEPRESS to add wayp[...]

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    System Operation 3-9 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 alphabetized FLIGHT PLAN LIST Pa[...]

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    System Operation 3-10 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 3 Oct/02 1 . Line Select Key - DE- PRESS[...]

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    System Operation 3-11 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 3 Oct/02 b. Longitude - Use only the las[...]

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    System Operation 3-12 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 3 Oct/02 To select an alternate waypoint[...]

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    System Operation 3-12a GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 3 Oct/02 ERASING A STORED FLIGHT PLAN 1[...]

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    System Operation 3-12b GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 3 Oct/02 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT B[...]

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    FLIGHT PLAN (FPL) SELECTION This procedure is used to transfer a stored FPL to active FPL status. It[...]

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    System Operation 3-14 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 3 Oct/02 reversed to Active Flight Plan [...]

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    System Operation 3-15 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 3 Oct/02 formed prior to departure. Refe[...]

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    System Operation 3-16 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 3 Oct/02 3. MSG Key - DEPRESS to verify [...]

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    System Operation 3-17 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 4 Nov/04 point after the airport identif[...]

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    System Operation 3-17a GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 4 Nov/04 4. Select the FMS as the NAV s[...]

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    System Operation 3-17b GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 4 Nov/04 Overfly then DIRECT TO Procedu[...]

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    System Operation 3-18 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 4 Nov/04 The following procedures allow [...]

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    System Operation 3-19 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 4 Nov/04 3. ENT Key - DEPRESS to display[...]

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    System Operation 3-20 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 4 Nov/04 the first runway on the RUN- WA[...]

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    System Operation 3-21 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 4 Nov/04 NOTE: SELECT will not appear as[...]

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    System Operation 3-22 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 6. ENT Key - DEPRESS to select [...]

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    System Operation 3-23 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 ADDING OR DELETING WAYPOINTS WI[...]

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    System Operation 3-24 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 ENT ER ING AN AIRWAY FROM ANY S[...]

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    System Operation 3-25 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 c. Line Select Key - DEPRESS to[...]

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    System Operation 3-26 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 NOTE: If the waypoint above the[...]

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    System Operation 3-27 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 3. ENT Key - DEPRESS. (Figure 3[...]

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    System Operation 3-28 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 If there are no STARs associate[...]

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    System Operation 3-29 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 11. Arrival STAR Waypoints - RE[...]

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    System Operation 3-30 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 NOTE: A list will appear with o[...]

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    System Operation 3-31 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 ADDING WAYPOINTS WITHIN A STAR [...]

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    System Operation 3-32 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 ENT ER ING AN APPROACH ON A STO[...]

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    System Operation 3-33 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 7. ENT Key - DEPRESS to select [...]

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    System Operation 3-34 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 10. Approach Waypoints - REVIEW[...]

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    System Operation 3-35 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 1. Line Select Key (adjacent to[...]

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    System Operation 3-36 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 DELETING AN APPROACH WAYPOINT 1[...]

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    System Operation 3-36.1 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 2 Apr/00 SELECTING A COMPANY ROUTE AND[...]

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    System Operation 3-36.2 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 2 Apr/00 NOTE: If the pair is not vali[...]

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    System Operation 3-36.3 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 Note: In order to execute app[...]

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    System Operation 3-37 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 EXECUTING APPRO A CHES WARNING:[...]

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    System Operation 3-38 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 At the MAP the pilot must manua[...]

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    System Operation 3-39 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 12. Approach Waypoints - REVIEW[...]

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    System Operation 3-40 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 8. ENT Key - DEPRESS twice to e[...]

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    System Operation 3-41 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 USING OWN NAVIGATION - NO DME A[...]

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    System Operation 3-42 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 NOTE: When flying the approach [...]

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    System Operation 3-43 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 Figure 3-70 PROCEDURE TURN TO I[...]

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    System Operation 3-44 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 NOTE: If aircraft is configured[...]

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    System Operation 3-45 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 6. HDG Key - DEPRESS to display[...]

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    System Operation 3-46 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 USING OWN NAVIGATION TO FLY DME[...]

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    System Operation 3-47 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 As the aircraft approaches the [...]

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    System Operation 3-48 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 Use one of the following option[...]

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    System Operation 3-49 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 4. ENT Key - DEPRESS. The curso[...]

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    System Operation 3-50 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BL[...]

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    System Operation 3-51 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 ENROUTE DIRECT TO - ACTIVE FLIG[...]

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    System Operation 3-52 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 DIRECT TO - HP WAYPOINT 1. d d [...]

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    System Operation 3-53 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 DIRECT TO - RANDOM WAYPOINT Thi[...]

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    System Operation 3-54 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 A. Latitude - Insert N or S fir[...]

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    System Operation 3-55 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 NOTE: The bearing and distance [...]

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    System Operation 3-56 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 NOTE: The d function may also b[...]

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    System Operation 3-57 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 USING HEADING VECT OR This proc[...]

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    System Operation 3-58 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 CHANGING HEADING VECTOR WHILE I[...]

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    System Operation 3-59 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 6. ENT Key - DEPRESS. OK? ENT m[...]

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    System Operation 3-60 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 3. ENT Key - DEPRESS. The curso[...]

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    System Operation 3-61 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 9. ENT Key - DEPRESS. An Interc[...]

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    System Operation 3-62 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 4. BACK Key - DEPRESS to displa[...]

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    System Operation 3-63 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 PROGRAMMING A HOLDING P A TTERN[...]

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    System Operation 3-64 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 When a Holding Procedure is ini[...]

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    System Operation 3-65 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 Selecting Exit Mode: 10. Line S[...]

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    System Operation 3-66 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 EDITING 5. Line Select Key - DE[...]

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    System Operation 3-67 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 EXITING HOLDING PATTERN NEXT TI[...]

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    System Operation 3-68 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 EXITING HOLDING PATTERN BY GOIN[...]

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    System Operation 3-69 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 4. ENT Key - DEPRESS. The next [...]

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    System Operation 3-70 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BL[...]

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    System Operation 3-71 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 VERTICAL NA VIGA TION (VNA V) O[...]

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    System Operation 3-72 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 NOTE: CRUISE ALT may also be in[...]

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    System Operation 3-73 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 After initial leg selection on [...]

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    System Operation 3-74 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 b. Enter a (+), then the range [...]

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    System Operation 3-75 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 3 Oct/02 9. ENT Key - DEPRESS to load or[...]

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    System Operation 3-76 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 6 . Repeat Steps 2 through 5 to[...]

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    System Operation 3-77 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 Using Database (DB) FPA The GNS[...]

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    3-78 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 Using Automatic (AUTO) FPA The (AUTO) mode is pr[...]

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    3-79 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 EDITING ALTITUDE CONSTRAINTS The following pages[...]

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    System Operation 3-80 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 3. Altitude Constraint - INSERT[...]

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    System Operation 3-81 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 DIRECT TO - VNAV WAYPOINT AS LA[...]

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    System Operation 3-82 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 5. VNAV Key - DEPRESS to displa[...]

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    System Operation 3-83 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 11. ENT Key - DEPRESS to accept[...]

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    System Operation 3-84 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 5. ENT Key - DEPRESS. Cursor mo[...]

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    System Operation 3-85 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 When #TOC is the TO Waypoint: T[...]

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    System Operation 3-86 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 One minute prior to arriving at[...]

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    System Operation 3-87 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 Figure 3-141 #TOD 8000 FUELR De[...]

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    System Operation 3-88 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BL[...]

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    System Operation 3-89 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 REMO TE TUNING TUNING COMMS Thi[...]

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    System Operation 3-90 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 The PRESET frequency displayed [...]

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    System Operation 3-91 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 NOTE: NAV tuning is designed to[...]

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    System Operation 3-92 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 When the station is locat- ed i[...]

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    System Operation 3-93 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 will change to reflect the Iden[...]

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    System Operation 3-94 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BL[...]

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    System Operation 3-95 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 PLANNING PROCEDURES FUEL PLANNI[...]

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    System Operation 3-96 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 NOTE: HOURS of fuel and RANGE a[...]

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    System Operation 3-97 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 2. Line Select Key - DEPRESS to[...]

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    System Operation 3-98 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 NOTE: With TRIP PLAN A selected[...]

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    System Operation 3-99 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 10. Data - CHECK. When DIRECT i[...]

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    System Operation 3- 100 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 To update the TRIP PLAN leg t[...]

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    System Operation 3- 101 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 3. Desired Flight Plan - INSE[...]

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    System Operation 3- 102 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 To Enter Manual Groundspeed: [...]

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    System Operation 3- 103 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 b. The FUEL PLAN Page is sele[...]

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    System Operation 3- 104 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 Selecting another display pag[...]

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    System Operation 3- 105 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 VERIFYING OR CHANGING AIRCRAF[...]

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    System Operation 3- 106 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 1 Jul/98 RESETTING FUEL USED 1. PLAN K[...]

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    System Operation 3- 107 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 SPECIAL PROCEDURES The follow[...]

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    System Operation 3- 108 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 If Waypoint Page Appears: a. [...]

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    System Operation 3- 109 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 PREVENTING AUTOMATIC LEG CHAN[...]

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    System Operation 3- 110 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 2 Apr/00 DEAD RECKONING (DR) TO PRIMAR[...]

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    System Operation 3- 111 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 Over Known Point This procedu[...]

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    System Operation 3- 112 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 b. Latitude - INSERT (N or S [...]

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    System Operation 3- 113 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 4. Recorded Radial - INSERT. [...]

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    System Operation 3- 114 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 PARALLEL COURSE This procedur[...]

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    System Operation 3- 115 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 MANUAL MAGNETIC VARIATION ENT[...]

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    System Operation 3- 116 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 4. ENT Key - DEPRESS to selec[...]

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    System Operation 3- 117 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 To Return to ETA: 5. Line Sel[...]

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    System Operation 3- 118 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 Position Update: A position u[...]

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    System Operation 3- 119 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 To Enter Manual TAS: 1. NAV K[...]

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    System Operation 3- 120 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 VLF/OMEGA STATION DESELECTION[...]

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    System Operation 3- 121 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 b. BACK Key - DEPRESS. RESTOR[...]

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    System Operation 3- 122 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 contributes to GPS accuracy b[...]

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    System Operation 3- 123 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 4. ENT Key - DEPRESS. NOTE: T[...]

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    System Operation 3- 124 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 NAVIGATION AT EXTREME LATITUD[...]

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    System Operation 3- 125 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 Aircraft Not Equipped With A [...]

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    System Operation 3- 126 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 NOTE: In some cases, (MAN) wi[...]

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    System Operation 3- 127 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 8. BACK Key - DEPRESS to retu[...]

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    System Operation 3- 128 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 The CDU has non-volatile stor[...]

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    System Operation 3- 129 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 CREATING AN OFFSET WAYPOINT T[...]

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    System Operation 3- 130 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 7. POS Coordinates- VER- IFY [...]

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    System Operation 3- 131 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 6. Enter the desired route sp[...]

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    System Operation 3- 132 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 NOTE: Entering a number alrea[...]

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    System Operation 3- 133 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 21. ENT Key - DEPRESS. PLAN 8[...]

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    System Operation 3- 134 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT [...]

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    SECTION 4 VLF/OMEGA TRANSMITTER SITES VLF COMMUNICATIONS STATIONS LETTER DESIGNATION WASHINGTON (WSH[...]

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    VHF/OMEGA T ransmitter sites 4-2 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 OMEGA NAVIGATIONAL N[...]

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    Database Update 5-1 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 SECTION 5 DA T ABASE UPDA TE DA T[...]

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    Database Update 5-2 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 WHEN UPDATE IS COMPLETE If the up[...]

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    SECTION 6 LIST OF ABBREVIA TIONS AND DEFINITIONS DEFINITION A AT or ABOVE (Ref. to VNAV Altitude Con[...]

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    DEFINITION CDI Course Deviation Indicator CDU Control Display Unit CH Channel CLIMB GRAD Current Air[...]

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    List of Abbreviations & Definitions 6-3 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 DEFINITIO[...]

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    DEFINITION HPE Horizontal Position Error (A Quality Factor for the GPS.) HSI Horizontal Situation In[...]

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    DEFINITION MAP Missed Approach Point MHz Megahertz MSG Message NAV Navigation NAVAID Navigation Aid [...]

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    List of Abbreviations & Definitions 6-6 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 DEFINITIO[...]

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    DEFINITION TRANS LEVEL Transition Level (The Altitude at which Altitudes Become Flight Levels) TRCK [...]

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    List of Abbreviations & Definitions 6-8 GNS-X L Flight Management System Rev. 0 Oct/96 THIS PAGE[...]

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    GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 SECTION 7 AFIS AIRBORNE FLIGHT INFORMA[...]

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    GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK[...]

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    DESCRIPTION AFIS is an Airborne Flight Information System that provides integrat- ed flight planning[...]

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    7-2 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 GLOBAL DATA CENTER (GDC) The Globa[...]

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    7-3 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 The Satellite Data Communications [...]

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    7-4 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 NOTE: Once the system is initializ[...]

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    7-5 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 NOTE: Planned fields become dashes[...]

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    NOTE: Field changes to ETE when cursor is positioned over the leg identifiers. (Figure 7-6) ETE: Est[...]

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    METS(SIGnificant METeorology) transferred via the disk and/or received via the data link. TERMINAL W[...]

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    7-8 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 UPDATE refers to the Lat/Lon posit[...]

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    AFIS FLT PLAN PAGE 2 WEIGHTS, FLIGHT LEVEL AND ROUTE RAMP WT: Planned ramp weight in lbs prior to st[...]

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    7-10 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 AFIS FLT PLAN PAGE 3 OPERATOR INP[...]

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    7-11 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 AFIS FLT PLAN PAGE 4 PERFORMANCE [...]

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    7-12 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 1 Jul/98 TRANSMIT REQUEST?: When cursor is[...]

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    TERMINAL WX DATA PAGES These pages are accessed by selecting a terminal weather identifier on the TE[...]

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    DATE/TIME: Actual day and time of the issue of the wind informa- tion. This field may be blank if tr[...]

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    7-15 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 TRANSMIT REQUEST?: When cursor is[...]

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    7-16 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 Phone number #206 869 6450 • GD[...]

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    7-17 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 PPM MENU PAGE (PREPROGRAMMED MESS[...]

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    7-18 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 DISPLAY AFIS MSG PAGE The message[...]

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    VHF NETWORK: Ground networks that AFIS interfaces with to establish a data link with the Global Data[...]

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    7-20 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 VHF LINK CONTROL PAGE This page i[...]

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    7-21 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 REGION: The four satellite region[...]

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    7-22 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 AUTO WX UPDT (WEATHER UPDATE): ON[...]

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    ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN PAGE (FOR AFIS FLIGHT PLAN UPDATING) AFIS UPDATE: Allows pilot to: • Amend an e[...]

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    7-24 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 SYSTEM MESSAGES PAGE AFIS related[...]

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    AFIS CONFIG FAIL Configuration module has failed. DMU non- volatile memory configuration information[...]

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    7-26 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLAN[...]

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    SYSTEM OPERA TION PRE-DEP ARTURE AFIS FLIGHT PLAN SELECTION The AFIS FLIGHT PLAN LIST Page appears a[...]

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    7-28 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 4. FPL Date - VERIFY. 5. ENT Key [...]

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    7-29 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 legs of the AFIS Flight Plan. 6. [...]

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    7-30 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 5. AFIS or NXT Key - DEPRESS to d[...]

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    7-31 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 AFIS FLIGHT PLAN PAGE 3 8. Pilot [...]

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    7-32 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 SIGMETS REVIEW/UPDATE 1. AFIS Key[...]

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    7-33 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 NOTE: Wait for DATA CENTER AK mes[...]

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    8. ENT Key - DEPRESS. Identifiers listed on this page will be trans- mitted to the ground via the da[...]

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    7-35 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 3. ENT Key - DEPRESS to display W[...]

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    7-36 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 13. ENT Key - DEPRESS. The WINDS [...]

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    7-37 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 6. ENT Key - DEPRESS. Cursor is p[...]

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    9. ENT Key - DEPRESS. Cursor is positioned over TRANSMIT REQUEST? (Figure 7-67) 10. ENT Key - DEPRES[...]

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    7-39 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 8. ENT Key - DEPRESS. 9. FR - INS[...]

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    7-40 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 f. The Line Select Key moves curs[...]

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    7-41 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 SENDING/BUILDING A PREPROGRAMMED [...]

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    EDITING/ENTERING A PREPROGRAMMED MESSAGE 6. TEXT - EDIT or ENTER using the following guidelines. a. [...]

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    7-43 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 AFIS MESSAGES REVIEW 1. AFIS Key [...]

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    7-44 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 TURNING AUTO REPORT / AUTO WX UPD[...]

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    7-45 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 RETURNING TO AUTO REPORT/AUTO WX [...]

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    7-46 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 AUTO WEATHER UPDATE When the syst[...]

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    7-47 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 RETURNING TO AUTO WX UPDT 1. AFIS[...]

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    7-48 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 VHF AND SATELLITE NETWORK OPERATI[...]

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    7-49 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 TURNING VHF NETWORK ON 1. AFIS Ke[...]

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    7-50 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 TURNING AUTO TO MAN OR OFF NOTE: [...]

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    7-51 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 TURNING SATELLITE NETWORK OFF 1. [...]

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    7-52 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 TURNING SATELLITE NETWORK ON The [...]

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    7-53 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 0 Oct/96 TURNING AUTO TO MAN 7 . Line Sele[...]

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    PRINTER CTRL The AFIS DMU has two RS-232 printer interfaces. Users may print messages or weather to [...]

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    3. ENTER Key - DEPRESS. 4. Line Select Key - DEPRESS to position cursor over SEL option of PRINTER C[...]

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    AUTO PRINT MSG The Auto Print Message field is used to select or deselect the auto- matic printing o[...]

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    PRINT WX . 7. BACK Key - DEPRESS to toggle Auto Print Weather field between YES and NO . 8. ENTER Ke[...]

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    To Manually Print All Messages: 1. From the AFIS MENU , select the SEND AFIS MSG page. 2. On the sen[...]

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    TWX 1 Send Terminal Weather to printer one. TWX 2 Send Terminal Weather to printer two. TWX 3 Send T[...]

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    7-60 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 SELECTING OPERATING MODES (FOR AF[...]

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    7-61 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 RETURNING TO AUTO REPORT 1. AFIS [...]

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    7-62 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 AUTO WEATHER UPDATE When the syst[...]

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    7-63 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 RETURNING TO AUTO WX UPDT 1. AFIS[...]

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    GROUND NETWORK OPERATING MODES The status of each network is held in non-volatile memory. When the s[...]

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    7-65 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 RETURNING TO AUTO 1. AFIS Key - D[...]

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    7-66 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 UPDATING AFIS FLIGHT PLAN AND WEA[...]

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    7-67 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 13. CRUISE MODE - VERIFY or INSER[...]

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    7-68 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 UPDATING SIGMETS 1. AFIS Key - DE[...]

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    7-69 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 UPDATING WEATHER 1. AFIS Key - DE[...]

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    7-70 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 TO INSERT A NEW IDENTIFIER 11. Li[...]

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    7-71 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 9. ENT Key - DEPRESS. Identifiers[...]

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    7-72 GNS-X L Flight Management System AFIS Operation Rev. 3 Oct/02 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLAN[...]

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    A ACARS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    At or Above/Below . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-12, 2-33, 2-37, 2-40, 3-72~3-73, 3-80, 6-1 ATC[...]

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    Cross-at. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    DIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2[...]

  • Page 343

    FDE Computation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

  • Page 344

    HLTH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

  • Page 345

    INTERCEPT BEYOND FIX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2[...]

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    MAN HDG REQD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    NO SIDS AVAILABLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    Pre-departure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1,[...]

  • Page 349

    Runway Thresholds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    STRG (INVALID) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    UPDA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    Obsolete Waypoint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-[...]

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    N Honeywell International Inc. One Technology Center 23500 West 105th Street Olathe, Kansas 66061 FA[...]