pressing its adjacent line key and the CDU will
immediately return to the original page with the
waypoint inserted in the desired location. A frequency
or station channel will only be displayed if the waypoint
identifier is associated with a navigation radio beacon.
Possible types of waypoints include VOR, V /T (for
VORTAC), TCN (for TACAN), V/D (VOR-DME), NDB,
N/D (for NDB-DME), FIX, APT (for Airport), and DME.
Figure 3B-31. Waypoints With Duplicate
Table 3B-22. Waypoints With Duplicate
NAV aid Frequency or channel (if an
NDB, VOR, DME, or TACAN).
Signifies that the displayed waypoints
are numbers 13-14 of a total of 17.
Line Select Keys 1 and 3 enter the
adjacent waypoint into the originating
Selects the waypoint and enters it on the
Waypoints latitude and longitude.
Waypoint ID, Country code and type.
The title line displays the number range of the
displayed duplicate identifiers (i.e., 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, etc.)
and the total number of duplicate identifiers for the
entered waypoint. The scratchpad retains the original
waypoint identifier entry until a duplicate waypoint
identifier has been selected.
The information line will display SEARCH IN
PROGRESS when a search for duplicates is being
conducted. If a search is interrupted, SEARCH
FAILED will be displayed. An interruption of a search
can be caused by removal of the cartridge, a data
receptacle failure, or bus controller swap.
A listing of the country codes is provided in Table
3B-23. This list is not meant to be comprehensive or
current, because the country identifiers change
frequently. Refer to ICAO Document No. 7910,
Location Indicators, for a current listing. The country
code ** is used for used defined waypoints.
Indicators. The right side of the FPLN page shows
any special attributes that have been assigned to
waypoints in the flight plan. These provide a quick
reference for the pilot and are also indicated on the
individual FPLN WPT pages where selection of the
adjacent line key provides instant access to the
respective pattern or other defined function. These
attributes may be deleted by entering a in the
scratchpad and selecting the line key next to the
attribute to be deleted. This feature enables the crew
to delete maneuvers without leaving the FPLN page.
If more than one attribute is displayed, the right-most
attribute will be deleted first (e.g., if VH is displayed,
the H will be deleted first). Table 3B-24 lists the
attribute designators and their meanings.
Table 3B-23. Country Codes
PAPUA NEW GUINEA