needle will point to the next WPT not the NAVAID. Use the CDI
to stay on the arc. The desired track will be located in the bottom
left corner of the GPS in SUPER NAV 5.
Once on the FAC ensure the Active WPT is the FAWP.
The KNL900 display should indicate a solid line through the
FAWP orientated accurately to display the FAC and the aircraft's
position relative to it.
If the FAWP is not the Active WPT, the pilot must cycle back
to the FAWP and push "DIRECT TO" followed by "ENT".
Within the 2 NM gate, the KLN900 verifies the aircraft's
heading, position and RAIM. If the parameters are met, the system
"Activates" the approach and the CDI scale factor smoothly
changes to + 0.3 NM full deflection.
At the FAWP, conduct the 6Ts and verify that there are 3 green GPS annunciator
indications (GPS, ACTV and LEG).
Upon arrival at the FAWP, the GPS sequences the active waypoint
to the MAWP in the procedure and indicates the FAC in the data on
the left side of the SUPER NAV 5 display.
Upon reaching the MAWP, if the runway is not insight or the aircraft is not in a
position to make a safe landing, execute the Missed Approach Procedure.
The GPS system will NOT sequence to any waypoints required to
execute the missed approach procedure. Automatic sequencing will
cease at the MAP. If a missed approach is required, the pilot must
manually sequence the system to the missed approach WPT.
Press the "DIRECT TO" key followed by the "ENTER" key, and verify the default
WPT is the missed approach WPT defined in the procedure. Remain in LEG mode for
direct to the WPT.
GPS DP and STAR
The GPS database includes DPs and STARs that can be accessed through the APT 7 page for the
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