Mark V and Mark VII EGPWS Pilot's Guide
Rev H, August 2011
Runway End Advisory
The purpose of the Runway End Advisory is to improve flight
crew awareness of the position of the aircraft relative to the
runway end during low visibility conditions. Note that the
advisory is not intended to prevent a landing overrun. The
Runway End Advisory is provided to the flight crew when:
• Aircraft is on a runway and aligned within 20 degrees of
• Aircraft approaches within 100 feet (or 30 metres for the
metric option) of the runway end; and
• Aircraft groundspeed is below 40 knots.
The aural message is "One-hundred remaining" for systems
configured in feet and "Thirty remaining" for a metric
If the option to annunciate the "unit of measurement" is enabled,
"Feet" or "Meters" is included in the phrase. For example "100
Example in feet
Example of runway End Advisory in feet
Taxiway Landing Caution
The purpose of the Taxiway Landing Caution is to enhance crew
awareness that the aircraft is not aligned with a runway.
The Taxiway Landing Caution is provided when the following
conditions are met:
• Aircraft is in the air; and
• Aircraft is between 250 and 150 AGL; and
• Aircraft is not aligned with the runway; and
• Aircraft climb rate is less than or equal to 450 FPM.
The typical aural message is "Caution Taxiway, Caution
Taxiway". The annunciation is re-armed when the aircraft is
more than 400 feet AGL.