Boeing this summer will begin offering 737NG customers the option for an in-house runway excursion prevention suite that gives pilots a pseudo-synthetic vision view on the primary flight display (PFD). The package will include four new sources of situational awareness information plotted on the PFD: The flight path vector, conformal runway edge lines, a runway centerline leader that extends 12-14 nm. out from the runway, and runway-remaining “billboards” that appear after touchdown, ...

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