Primary flight and
The outboard displays are used for primary flight information and
replace the current electronic attitude direction indicators. The
displays can be software configured to a customer-selected format
for flexibility in integrating the 767-400ER into existing fleets.
The baseline format is
the 777-style primary flight display (PFD) that includes primary
attitude, heading, altitude, vertical speed, airspeed, radio altitude,
guidance information, speed and altitude reference, stall warning,
navaid data, and mode annunciation (fig.
The PFD with round-dial
altimetry provides the same information but incorporates a depiction
of an analog altimeter and vertical speed indicator. Both formats
are software selectable and can be loaded on board the airplane
inboard displays are primarily used for the navigation display (ND).
The ND format is the same format used on the 777 and includes platform
map, actual position versus planned position, heading (magnetic
north and true north), ground track, waypoint depiction, navaid
depiction, true airspeed, ground speed, wind data, traffic collision
avoidance system (TCAS) (fig.
3), and ground proximity warning system.