APPR Update 19.2

Okay, so I just tested a few scenarios to make sure.

You do indeed have to have a V/S set to engage APPR.

You then have one of two choices:

  • Set the AP so that if you need to go around, disengaging APPR will then engage the missed Approach altitude.

  • Or, if you do want it to just disengage without any effect other than retaining manual control, once you’ve set your V/S (and/or ALT) and engaged APPR, you can then unclick Altitude and V/S. APPR will keep performing as it is, but if you disengage it prior to touchdown, it will simply hand manual control over without any other effects (i.e. the “old” way).

2 Likes

So with the V/S engaged, do you have to set it on ( exampel) like -800? Or can it be on -0?

As long as it’s lit up (ringed in orange) then it’s fine. 0 works, and 2000 works.

1 Like

What do you mean by “covering” the things you said?

This topic was automatically closed 90 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.