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sonicguy
12th Mar 2009, 15:10
hi,

A quick question:

Is AP mandatory to fly in NAT MNPS airspace as part of the equipment?:rolleyes:

Cheers

Sonicguy

Wizofoz
12th Mar 2009, 15:26
Not for lateral guidence, but it IS requires for RVSM, which NATS is above FL280.

YankeeGolf
12th Mar 2009, 15:36
Correct, RVSM airspace FL290-FL410 requires a functioning A/P.

sonicguy
12th Mar 2009, 17:19
is it not MNPS that requires an functionning AP? :cool:

Thanks

Minorite invisible
12th Mar 2009, 18:20
Like the previous posters wrote, if you are in MNPS airspace but above or below RVSM airspace, no need for AP.


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