The course, turn direction, and size of the
published holding pattern are defined by the
procedure, but may be modified as described in
previous paragraphs for userdefined holding patterns.
Entry and execution of the published holding pattern is
identical to what is used for the userdefined holding
Figure 3C-79. Hold Page (Database Hold)
Table 3C-58. Hold Page (Database Hold)
Select to enable the Course Reversal
Select to enable the Holding Pattern
l. SID's and STAR's.
(1) SID/STAR Overview. The FMS800
enables the pilot to select, by name, a Standard
Terminal Arrival Route (STAR) for insertion into the
active flight plan only. When a SID or STAR is
selected, the FMS800 inserts all of the SID/STAR
procedure waypoints in the correct sequence, along
with any crossing altitude restrictions.
(2) SID/STAR Selection and Flight Plan
Entry. To select a SID/STAR procedure for use in the
active flight plan, press the EDIT key on the CDU and
then select the SID or STAR line select to access the
corresponding SID/STAR definition pages. Refer to
Figure 3C80 and Table 3C-59. To define a desired
SID or STAR, enter the airport associated with the
desired SID or STAR and select the ORIG or DEST
line selects to access the possible procedures for the
airport. Next, select the SID/STAR name and desired
runway. Access the Transition Page and select a
desired transition point (optional) and insert the
procedure into the active flight plan. When a transition
point is not selected, the FMS will insert into the flight
plan only the common leg segments for the procedure.
Figure 3C-80. Selecting SID/STAR
Table 3C-59. Selecting SID/STAR Procedure
Press EDIT function key for Edit page.
Select the SID or STAR definition.
Indicator shows no procedure currently in
the active flight plan.
Enter the airport associated with the
desired SID or STAR.
Select the desired SID or STAR.
Select the desired runway.
Press to access the Transition page.
Fat Arrows indicate current selection for
Insert the procedure in the flight plan.