G3000 display bar

This is going to be a dumb question, but have tried to work it out, but I’m scratching my head.
In the image what does End 2+09 mean? It doesn’t relate to next waypoint ETE

Looks like a formatting bug. I’m betting it refers to a number raised to an exponent, but I haven’t a clue as to its real meaning.

Check your cumulative times to see if that means 2 hours 9 minutes to destination

That was my thought too.

Believe it means you have 2 hours and 9 minutes of fuel onboard. (END) Endurance

Oh that could be

Brilliant. The flight was only 50mins so couldn’t be 2 hours to dest. But I did have a load of fuel on board.


Your (END) will vary subject to altitude/wind direction. So proper planning in carrying sufficient fuel is important. Plus fuel for your alternative.

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ETE: I believe it is the time until your next waypoint. ETA: Estimated time of arrival. Duh!

I use the ETA time in the TBM, minus 15 minutes for “be in the ■■■■ seat” landing time.

ETE = Estimated Time En-route: how long you have left to travel - you’ll see this counting down.
ETA = Estimated Time of Arrival: what time you should arrive based on current conditions - will only change if something happens to alter the prediction, such as the pilot deciding to speed up or slow down.

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