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DO-374 - Electronic

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  • DO-374 - Safety, Performance and Interoperability Requirements Document Defining Takeoff Minima by Use of Enhanced Flight Vision Systems
  • This document provides the minimum operational, safety, and performance requirements (SPR) and interoperability requirements by which takeoff operations using an Enhanced Flight Vision System (EFVS) can be safely conducted in natural visibilities lower than currently authorized. These takeoff minima and associated SPRs are established for the use of EFVS, treated as subsystems, which together with other subsystems including navigational aids and airport lighting and markings, meet the operational goal/intended function and achieve the levels of reliability, availability, and integrity consistent with other systems and subsystems used for the similar intended function and phase of flight. In this document, recommendations for EFVS takeoff minima are defined with various associated aircraft equipage, operational and interoperability requirements, and airport infrastructure. The visibility minima are defined in terms of natural visibility since, in the event of a failure or failures, the PF uses a combination of the remaining functional elements, other aircraft subsystems, and available out-the-window natural vision cues (e.g., lights and/or markings of the runway) to mitigate the failure effects and conduct a safe, successful takeoff or rejected takeoff.
  • DO-374-PDF
  • Electronic
  • SC-213
  • 10/5/2018