T-45A UJPT & E2-C2 INav-01
Review of FLIP and Publications
Extract specific information from the Flight Information Handbook.
Recall FLIP symbology, information, navigation detail and application in defining the air traffic instrument
To introduce the DOD FLIP High Altitude Charts-U.S. and aid you in gaining a working knowledge of
State the condition for a NAVAID to be part of a jet route segment.
State the three types of TACAN changeover points.
Determine which VOR facilities provide HIWAS and/or TWEB.
Identify boundaries of Air Route Traffic Control Centers (ARTCCs).
Determine distances by referring to the mileage indicators on the route segments, or by direct
measurement using the nautical mile (nm) scales.
Determine flight routes using Jet Route identifiers.
Determine the applicable MEA/MAA for Jet Route segments.
Select proper cruising altitudes/flight levels when given the magnetic course of flight.
Extract specific information on Special Use Airspace.
Determine the applicable Magnetic Variation and Standard Time Zone information for preflight planning
in a particular area.
State the standard units of measurement used on the charts for altitudes, mileage, radials, bearings,
State the specific criteria for airports to be depicted on the High Altitude Charts, how they are depicted,
and what determines the availability of instrument approaches.