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Where is your NGX right now?
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Posted 04 February 2012 - 03:32 PM
Its been awhile since I've seen one of these types of threads, and I always enjoyed reading where everyone was flying or parked around the world with their NGX.I'm currently cruising at FL 350 about to cross near N41 W141 with AS flight 875. My route today is,SEA.HAROB4.HQM..WIDEN..46N30..43N38..39N44..35N48..30N53..ZOULU..ZIGIE..LIHThe "magic box" is telling me I'm 174NM from crossing my 39N44 waypoint.FOB is 28.1Take off Fuel was 43.3 (42.5 was required)Landing Fuel is showing at 11.6 (plenty on board due to ETOPS reserve and lighter then planned winds)...I'm currently 37 minutes from my planned ETOPS Critical Point (CP). No system faults to report.Its a beautiful day out here over the big blue Pacific!Its Saturday, so I know there are many other NGXs flying out there. Where are you??
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Posted 04 February 2012 - 03:44 PM
on the POS INIT page, select the NEXT PAGE button, select the GPS L or R to copy into the scratch pad, go back to the POS page and enter into the blocks..
WAS enroute to PDX from LAX, then the power went out... However now I'm in the planning process to head over to Hawaii to get a taste of ETOPS procedures. Just curious, how do you enter GPS coordinates into the FMC?....-Tanner Novak.
Posted 04 February 2012 - 04:52 PM
Mine stands in the hangar today as well. Just did a short hop from Monterey to SFO with my J-41. Being quite familiar with the B737 for years now, my new bird still needs a steep learning curve. It was my second flight after doing the introduction one (after fiddling before two evenings in order to start the engines).