1. PRV or NXT key Press until
2. ENTER key Press to store
(3) Reviewing Waypoint Data/Coordinates
(Flight Plan Pages only).
(a) Accessing Desired Flight Plan.
Flight plans are listed in alpha betical order.
1. FPL key Press to position the
cursor over desired flight plan
2. Line select key Press to position
the cursor over desired flight plan
3. ENTER key Press.
4. Line select key Press position
5. ENTER key Press.
6. Waypoint coordinates Verify.
7. ENTER key Press. The flight
plan is displayed with the cursor
over the next waypoint.
8. Repeat steps 2 through 4.
This procedure may also be used for
reviewing waypoint information on the
active flight plan page.
s. SID's, STAR's, Approaches, and Airway.
The Standard Instrument Departure (SID), Standard
Terminal Arrival Route (STAR), approach, and airway
retrieval features are designed to relieve flight crew
workload. SID's and STAR's require such procedures
Approaches are flown waypoint to waypoint until the
missed approach point. Missed approach procedures
must then be flown manually. The FMS is only
designed to provide meaningful input to the HSI when
a track between two waypoints or when pseudo
VORTAC procedures are used. The system is not
designed to fly full SID or STAR procedures.
When flying those portions of a SID or STAR that
are not tracks between fixes, the aircraft should be
flown manually or in HEADING mode. In some cases,
pseudo VORTAC procedures can be used to establish
an intercept to a published track. When using the
pseudo VORTAC mode, or upon intercepting a
published track between two waypoints (fixes), the
aircraft may be flown in reference to the cross track
deviation provided by the FMS or by coupling the FMS
roll command to the autopilot.
(1) Entering SID, STAR, Approach, or Airway
Waypoints. The following procedure allows the pilot to
automatically add waypoints stored in the database, as
part of a SID, STAR, approach, or airway to either a
stored or active flight plan by entering the SID, STAR,
approach, or airway by name. This procedure
provides an abbreviated method of waypoint entry,
eliminating the need to enter individual waypoint
identifiers for SID's, STAR's, approaches, and airways.
When a SID, STAR, approach, or airway is
added to an existing flight plan, duplicate
waypoints may occur. To avoid an
inconsistent flight plan and resulting map
display, it may be necessary to delete any
duplicate waypoints. Also, the routings
and coordinates must be verified. These
procedures must not be used in lieu of
(a) Entering a SID. Refer to Figure
Figure 3A-60. Airway 1/1 Page
1. Line select key Press to position
cursor of the DEPART? field.
2. ENTER key Press to display