(b) For the ground proximity warning system required by this section, the Airplane Flight Manual shall contain—
(1) Appropriate procedures for—
(i) The use of the equipment;
(ii) Proper flightcrew action with respect to the equipment;
(iii) Deactivation for planned abnormal and emergency conditions;
(iv) Inhibition of Mode 4 warnings based on flaps being in other than the landing configuration if the system incorporates a Mode 4 flap warning inhibition control; and
(2) An outline of all input sources that must be operating.
(c) No person may deactivate a ground proximity warning system required by this section except in accordance with the procedures contained in the Airplane Flight Manual.
(d) Whenever a ground proximity warning system required by this section is deactivated, an entry shall be made in the airplane maintenance record that includes the date and time of deactivation.
(e) No person may operate a turbine-powered airplane unless it is equipped with a ground proximity warning/glide slope deviation alerting system that meets the performance and environmental standards contained in TSO-C92a or TSO-C92b or incorporates TSO-approved ground proximity warning-glide slope deviation alerting equipment.
(f) No person may operate a turbojet powered airplane equipped with a system required by paragraph (e) of this section, that incorporates equipment that meets the performance and environmental standards of TSO-C92b or is approved under that TSO, using other than Warning Envelopes 1 or 3 for Warning Modes 1 and 4.
(g) This section expires on March 29, 2005.
[Doc. No. 28154, 60 FR 65933, Dec. 20, 1995, as amended by Amdt. 121–273, 65 FR 16755, Mar. 29, 2000]