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How do I set the MDA/Decision Height? (Answered)

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    Posted: 23 Mar 2019 at 3:33am
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Sorry, it might already have been asked and answered but I don't seem to find it.
During approach a voice announces the activation of the "Radio Altimetre" followed by "Approaching Decision Height" and then  the "Minimums" but I am unable to find the place in the MCP or FMC to enter the MDA.
I couldn't find anything in the Quick Start Guide tutorials either.
Is it somewhere there or is the MDA just supposed to be a fixed value in this bird?

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Edited by ErnieAlston - 23 Mar 2019 at 11:47am
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Originally posted by Omid Omid wrote:

During approach a voice announces the activation of the "Radio Altimetre" followed by "Approaching Decision Height" and then  the "Minimums" but I am unable to find the place in the MCP or FMC to enter the MDA.

You didn't say whether it was for the RJ, or the Bae146 variant.

On the Bae146 its between the Capt side altimeter and the VSI.

On the Avro RJ it it above the RMI




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the numbers on the 787 only go by 10s not 1s why?
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