By By James Cannon and Franklin Richey firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com, Franklin Richey
Source: Business & Commercial Aviation
Landing at an en route airport that has suitable repair capabilities, or returning to the departure airport.
Filing a revised flight plan using the special routes as just described.
Requesting a clearance above or below MNPS airspace.
If one long-range nav system fails after the aircraft crosses the Oceanic Control Area boundary, the crew may continue to operate the aircraft in accordance with the oceanic clearance received, recognizing that the reliability of the total navigation system is significantly reduced.
If, after entering oceanic airspace and losing one navigation system, the remaining system fails or gives an indication of degraded performance, the flight crew must immediately advise ATC of the loss of navigation equipment.
After assessing the circumstances, consult with ATC to select one of the following optional courses of action:
Continuing to destination.
Diverting to a suitable alternate.