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Old 11th Oct 2018, 02:20
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Presumably Air Asia donít have GLS...
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Old 11th Oct 2018, 11:43
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Presumably Air Asia donít have GLS...
Neither do Jetstar and Tiger
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Old 11th Oct 2018, 12:47
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Originally Posted by Troo believer View Post
I'll bite.
The A320 isn't as capable as a 737 Ng. Correct me if I'm wrong. We have minima for 3 different RNPs in QF. They are .1,.2and .3. Often you can see an ANP of 0.02. That's a statistical containment of 95% accuracy within 0.02 of a nm.
The A320 is capable of RNP-AR and GLS, they are customer options like on the 737NG. GLS is standard on 747-8, 787, A350 and is an option on A320/neo, 737NG/MAX, A330, A340, A380.

The 757, 767, 777 are not capable of GLS, the 77X will be.
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Old 11th Oct 2018, 13:19
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We do have the ability to have a single turn to final with GBAS. It is not certified for use yet.

swh is correct, these are no cost options, so I dont know why you would not check that box. The 777 is capable, and has been for a while, so are the 737 variants, and of course, the 787 series. From what I understand, all ac currently produced by B have the MMR GLS capable installed.
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The 777 is capable, and has been for a while, so are the 737 variants, and of course, the 787 series. From what I understand, all ac currently produced by B have the MMR GLS capable installed.
Only the newer 777s without the tail skid, basically requires the MMR to be upgraded to GLU-925 and AIMS upgraded to block point 17. Not aware of non 737NGs being capable, 767s and 747-400 are not capable.
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