T-45A UJPT & E2-C2 INav-10
Flight Planning (En Route)
For a radar departure or VFR climb, indicate the planned NAVAID, TACAN/DME fix, or named intersection
within the jet route structure, as the first point in the route.
Clearly define the route of flight by using NAVAID identifiers or radial/DME fixes (use 6 digits), jet route
identifiers, or named intersections. The absence of route identifiers between NAVAIDs/fixes indicates
To transition from one jet route to another at an unnamed intersection, enter the designations of the two
routes separated by a space.
For IFR flight plans, the last fix entered is one of the following:
1. The nearest appropriate IAF, i.e., PIGMY or NMM325028
3. First point of intended landing
4. Published fix which most clearly establishes the route of flight to the destination or the point where
the IFR portion of the flight will end.
5. The coded identifier of a Standard Terminal Arrival (STAR), i.e., BOIDS9 placed after the
If a fix is collocated with a NAVAID, ILS (instrument landing system) marker, or other fix, the 5-letter name/
name-code applies to both. You may also file for fixes using fix radial and distance, which consists of
NAVAID identifier, 3 characters for azimuth, and 3 characters for distance in nautical miles (nm), or by
Figure 7 shows a completed ROUTE OF FLIGHT.
HRV J31 MEI PIGMY
Figure 7: DD-175 SECTION II - ROUTE OF FLIGHT