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Flight Management, Navigation Flight Management System Operation 777 Flight Crew Operations Manual

A7-BAE - A7-BAH, A7-BAJ, A7-BAK, A7-BBC - A7-BFB


Primary FMC Position Update Source GPS LOC, DME DME valid; GPS invalid* LOC, VOR DME valid; GPS invalid* LOC valid; GPS, DME, VOR invalid* DME valid; GPS invalid VOR DME valid; GPS invalid GPS, VOR, DME invalid GPS valid, ADIRU failed GPS invalid; ADIRU failed POS REF page 2/3 GPS LOCRADIO LOCRADIO LOC RADIO RADIO INERTIAL GPS blank ND Annunciation GPS LOCDMEDME LOCVORDME LOC DMEDME VORDME INERTIAL GPS map not available

Localizer updating is inhibited when GPS/INERTIAL is the navigation update mode. * The FMC changes to LOC updating when:

the tuned localizer is associated with the destination runway the airplane is less than 6,000 feet above localizer navaid elevation the airplane is less than 20 nm from the localizer navaid for a front course approach or less than 12 nm for a back course approach the airplane is within a 25 sector of the inbound localizer course the difference between airplane track and the localizer course is less than a 45 intercept angle

FMC Polar Operations


When entering the polar region, automatic switching to a true north reference is annunciated by a white box around the word TRU on the ND. A TRUE heading reference can be selected with the heading reference switch inside or outside the polar region. The ND displays a green box around the word MAG to annunciate the change back to magnetic reference when leaving the polar region. If the heading reference is TRU in the descent phase, the ND displays a flashing amber box around the word TRU.

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Flight Management, Navigation Flight Management System Operation 777 Flight Crew Operations Manual

The current GRID heading displays near the top of both NDs when the airplane is north of 70N or south of 70S. The GRID heading is not used by any airplane system. Note: When operating the autopilot in the polar region in other than LNAV, the TRUE position on the heading reference switch must be selected. Note: When operating north of 82N or south of 82S using the ND PLAN mode, the airplane position symbol does not display. Note: If the ADIRU fails in a polar region, the EICAS message NAV ADIRU INERTIAL displays and all autopilot and AFDS roll modes fail. When heading information is restored by entry of a reference heading on the POS INIT page, HDG SEL and HDG HOLD roll modes are restored. GPS continues to provide navigation data to the FMC and active route information displays on the ND. When operating in this degraded mode, heading on the POS INIT page may be referenced to magnetic, true, or grid heading. The heading display drifts significantly under these conditions. Periodic updating of the heading reference on the POS INIT page should be accomplished at least every 10 minutes. FMC Polar Regions

82 N True North Pole 130 W 80 W True South Pole

60 S 120 E 160 E

82 S

70 N

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