missed approach waypoint

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missed approach waypoint (MAWP)

The waypoint of the final course that signifies the termination of the final approach segment and the commencement of the missed approach segment. It is normally located on the threshold of the landing runway.
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You could force the issue with activating the leg from FAF to the missed approach waypoint, but that's not how the system is supposed to work.
Unsuspending to allow sequencing to the first missed approach waypoint may require one or more pushes of the SUSP softkey, but there is no way to know.
You may need to identify these waypoints based on your distance to the missed approach waypoint (usually, but not always the runway threshold).