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Current experimental synthetic vision systems present a spatially integrated presentation of physical constraints such as terrain and obstacles. This paper presents a number of assumptions regarding anticipated procedures and the use of a synthetic vision system, and addresses the desirability of integrating temporary constraints related to the airspace, the airport, and standard procedures. Following this, a number of examples are presented that illustrate a potential approach to integrate such information into a synthetic vision display. The paper ends with an overview of the results from an experiment in which the influence of an integration of temporary constraint information on pilot decision-making was examined.