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Does the backup attitude indicator have an ILS indicator as well? I don't recall it having that capability in the Sim. And if not, how would you fly the ILS in IMC should your PFD go out? Well, if both go out that is, but if that's not so much of a case, then why a backup attitude indicator?

 

I guess the FMC could take you down as well.

 

 

 

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Does the backup attitude indicator have an ILS indicator as well? I don't recall it having that capability in the Sim. And if not, how would you fly the ILS in IMC should your PFD go out? Well, if both go out that is, but if that's not so much of a case, then why a backup attitude indicator?

 

I guess the FMC could take you down as well.

 

 

 

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Please don't quote me, but I think in the situation you allude to, it would be better to fly to an airport with better weather conditions. Forty-five minute's reserve fuel takes you way further in a Learjet than it does in a trainer.

 

 

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