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Section 5 Frequently Asked Questions - Honeywell EGPWS MK V Pilot's Manual

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SECTION 5
Frequently
Asked
Questions
TM
Smart Landing
116
Q. Will a Side-Step Approach cause a Stabilized Approach
Monitor alerts?
A. A potential Stabilized Approach Monitor – Excessive
Approach Angle Too High callout and Unstable alert
may occur during the side-step maneuver if the
approach becomes too high.
Q. Will a Temporary Displaced Threshold cause a
Stabilized Approach Monitor alerts?
A. A potential Stabilized Approach Monitor – Excessive
Approach Angle Too High callout and Unstable alert
may occur during the approach to a temporary displaced
threshold runway. Also, a potential Long Landing
callout may occur during the approach to a temporary
displaced threshold runway.
Q. Do I need to select TERR ON to activate Visual Text
Messages?
A. The visual alerts are only provided if the Terrain display
is selected ON. They do not pop-up on the Terrain
display, if the Terrain display is OFF.
Q. How does the Altitude Monitor know that the transition
altitude is different in Europe than in the U.S.?
A. The transition altitude is stored in the Runway database,
and aircraft position determines the location.
Mark V and Mark VII EGPWS Pilot's Guide
060-4241-000
Rev H, August 2011

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