Page Display Definitions
• #PRESL: Indicates the estimated position where the aircraft will
arrive at the altitude shown on the Altitude Pre-Selector. Field does
not appear unless the system is configured for an altitude preselector
and the aircraft is flying toward this altitude.
A discontinuity in the flight plan that separates the missed approach
waypoint from the rest of the approach.
change will occur beyond this point.
May consist of from one to
six alphanumeric characters.
If more identifiers are present
than can be listed on this
page, subsequent pages will
list the remaining waypoints.
NOTE: Waypoints cannot
be added to the active flight
plan from the VNAV section.
Enter new waypoints on
ACTIVE FLIGHT PLAN Page.
Used to erase all altitude constraints, except the altitude constraint at
the current lateral TO Waypoint.
VNAV DATA 1/1 (Page 1 of 1)
NOTE: This page is accessed by using the Line Select Key to place
the cursor over the DATA prompt on VNAV Page 1/X and pressing
Manually entered cruise altitude in feet or Flight Level (FL). Any alti-
tude entered greater than the transition level is converted and dis-
played as flight level (rounded off to the nearest hundred feet). An
altitude less than 1000 feet must be entered with a preceding zero.
NOTE: In a climb, when the aircraft is within 200ft of the Preselect
Altitude, the CRUISE ALT changes to the same value as the PRE-
Flight Management System
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