RAAS advisory/caution visual messages can also be displayed
on the Terrain Display. RAAS visual messages are shown for
two sweeps of the Terrain Display. This feature is available on
all aircraft, but may not Pop-up on some displays unless the
terrain image is selected. The displayed visual messages are as
follows (and an option exists to only display the cautions).
APP 34R 3000
ON 34R 3000
Mark V and Mark VII EGPWS Pilot's Guide
Approaching runway 34L (example). APP with runway ID
appended. In air the runway ID will be the aligned runway. On
ground the runway ID will be the crossing runway.
Approaching runway with indeterminate runway. In air the
reference runways will be the aligned runways. On ground the
reference runways will be the crossing runways.
On runway 34L (example). ON with runway ID appended. This
message will also appear with Extended Holding advisories.
On runways with indeterminate aligned runway.
Approaching runway 34R with 3000 feet length. APP with
runway ID and runway length appended. The Approaching
Short Runway in air advisory will reference the aligned runway.
Short runway alert (in air or on ground) associated with audio
message "Caution Short Runway, Short Runway".
On runway 34R with 3000 feet available length. APP with
runway ID and remaining runway length appended. The
Insufficient Short Runway on ground advisory will reference the
Aircraft groundspeed is greater than 40 knots on a taxiway.
RAAS has detected an inadvertent landing on a Taxiway. The
message will appear for the period of the in air condition.
The Takeoff Flap Configuration Monitor has detected an
improper Flap setting when the aircraft is lined-up on a runway
in advance of takeoff.
Rev H, August 2011