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The September 1 change will mark the fourth and final phase of the plan announced in October 2004 in FAA Notice GEN04006, Revised Aircraft Equipment Suffix Table for FAA Flight Plans.
GEN04006 outlined a phased approach to enable operators to better indicate aircraft Advanced RNAV and RVSM capabilities using aircraft equipment suffixes.
I can't speak for other airlines, but as of today, AA's 75/76s are about half Pegasus and half Basic (IRU/DME).
However, there is a time frame - I'm not sure of the exact date - where IRU navigation will become obsolete, and everyone must transition to GPS.
Either /J, /K /L or a newly defined /Q will be filed to indicate Advanced RNAV and RVSM capabilities. The revised aircraft equipment suffix table that will be effective on September 1, 2005 is attached to this notice.
Would be nice to know, appreciate any insight on this. But, the real question is, how many fleets are operating this way without GNSS still today?