(b) Speed Command for Required Time
of Arrival (RTA).
function is prohibited from use for Air
Traffic Control (ATC) airspace operations.
A required RTA can be entered at one or more
waypoints on the Flight Plan Waypoint Data page. If
an alternate flight plan with RTAs at any waypoint is
transferred to the active fight plan, the RTAs are
maintained at the same waypoints and times. To
delete an RTA enter a in the scratchpad and select
the RTA line select key on the Flight Plan Waypoint
To view the computed groundspeed required to
achieve the RTA, select the Pilot Lateral Steer page.
The speed command is for the first future flight plan
waypoint that has an RTA assigned.
If the crew desires to be alerted when the actual
speed differs from the commanded speed, enter the
desired threshold on the Navigation Configuration
page. Refer to Figure 3C-43 and Table 3C-34. When
the actual speed differs from the commanded speed
by an amount greater than the entered threshold, a
SPEED annunciation will be displayed and CDU alert
annunciator will be activated.
Figure 3C-43. Navigation Configuration Page
Table 3C-34. Navigation Configuration Page
Select Index page (IDX ).
Select Navigation Configuration page.
Indication of designated pilot selection
Entered Flight Plan Bank Limit.