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ryanbatcund

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Is completely messed up when selecting LNAV+VNAV...

 

Does anyone else have this? The DP calls for a left turn heading 240 to intercept the 196 radial off EHF... the NGX wants to make a loop d doop right turn the long way around to the west. My navdata is about one cycle out of date now...


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AIRAC navdata says that you have to climb to 1007' before turning 240*. But the aircraft cannot climb so rapidly to get to 1007 to turn 240 and intercept 196 to fix MARIC (or 196 from EHF). That's why it want to make a right 300* turn.

 

I've checked the charts and there's no 1007 restriction http://155.178.201.1.../00036MARIC.PDF .

So looks like nav data is not correct.

 

Not sure how it would be flown in RW, but I would climb to 400AGL, manually turn to 240, intercept 139 and engage LNAV. If needed do a direct to MARIC.

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I think RSVIT's suggestions are good. If you have a screenie of the LEGS page, it would help.

 

Sometimes RW DPs don't work and you have to either monkey with the LEGS or just <gasp> not follow the magenta line for a bit.

 

In this case, I would just have MARIC as the first fix with the 196 crs inbound. After the 240 turn and wings level, select LNAV.


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Thanks.... I did just fly with heading... I don't mind flying without LNAV.. When the plane doesn't go where I want or expect I'm taking over hehe...


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