If the crew decides to go-around after the Distance Remaining
Advisory is triggered, the call-outs continue to be annunciated at
the appropriate distances along the runway. The advisories are
inhibited once the aircraft attains a Radio Altitude of 100 feet or a
climb rate of 450 feet-per-minute.
The advisories are generated at whole thousand-foot intervals if
RAAS is configured in "feet", except that the last possible
advisory occurs at 500 feet. For example, the following advisories
would be generated during a landing on a 9000-foot runway:
• "Four-thousand remaining";
• "Three-thousand remaining";
• "Two-thousand remaining";
• "One-thousand remaining"; and
• "Five-hundred remaining".
The metric distance advisories are generated at 300-metre
intervals, except that the last possible advisory occurs at 100
metres. For example, the following advisories would be generated
during a landing on a 3000-metre runway:
• "One-thousand-two-hundred remaining";
• "Nine-hundred remaining";
• "Six-hundred remaining";
• "Three-hundred remaining"; and
• "One-hundred remaining".
Note that message content is identical to that for the Rejected
Take-Off Distance Remaining Advisory.
Example in feet
Example of a Landing and Roll-Out Advisory in Feet
If the option to annunciate the unit of measure is enabled,
"feet" or "meters" are included in the first distance remaining
Mark V and Mark VII EGPWS Pilot's Guide
Rev H, August 2011