The following additional limitations apply only to aircraft equipped withP/N 4055900-902, -904, -905 or 914 Symbol Generators.
When operating using FMS as primary navigation, the appropriate data must be displayed on EFIS by selecting MAP or PLAN modes or by selecting NAV data for the ROSE, ARC, or Compact modes as appropriate. The EFIS Compact Mode when displayed in the Primary Flight Display, (upper display), with the flight director operating is in compliance with FAR 25 certifi- cation requirements; however, compliance with FAR 25 certification require- ments does not constitute operational approval to use the Compact Mode as primary flight instrument in Instrument Meteorological Conditions. When the pilot flying the aircraft is using the Compact Mode during Instru- ment Meteorological Conditions, it must be displayed on his Primary Flight Display (PFD) (upper display), his Flight Director must be operating, and the approach/landing minima must not be less than 300 foot ceiling and 3/4 mile visibility. The compact mode in the Navigation Display (lower display) is not approved as a primary flight instrument. Flight Director must be operative on the PFD of each pilot who has Map or Plan (FMS only) mode selected for display on his ND during takeoff or ap- proach.