E2-C2, ADV, & IUT RIFP-04
Airways Navigation Flight Procedures
Forecast weather and winds at ETA +/- 1 hour (terminal forecasts)
Status of runways, NAVAIDs, and emergency equipment (NOTAMs
and DOD FLIP IFR supplement)
Airfield restrictions, hazards and cautions (DOD FLIP AP/1)
M. Miscellaneous information provided by DOD FLIP IFR supplement
Sg 3, fr 4
Sg 3, fr 2
PLANNING FOR AIRWAYS NAVIGATION MISSION
DCA 221010 10SCT C18 BKN 5SW-3415G25 OCNL C8
* FLIPs required for flight planning
X 1/2SW 12Z C50 BKN 3312G22 04Z MVFR CLG..
* Check items for destination airfield
* Weather criteria
DCA 221010: DCA Forecast 22nd day of month - valid time 10Z-10Z.
* Takeoff minimums
10SCT C18 BKN 5SW--3415G25 OCNL C8 X 1/2SW: Scattered clouds at
1000 feet. Ceiling 1800 feet broken. Visibility 5 miles. Light snow showers.
* Planning for alternate
Surface wind from 340 degrees at 15 knots. Gusts to 25 knots. Occasional
ceiling 8 hundred feet sky totally obscured. Visibility 1/2 mile in moderate
* Planning route of flight
* Determining fuel requirements
12Z C50 BKN 3312G22: By 12Z becoming ceiling 5000 feet broken.
* Preparing single-engine jet flight log
Surface wind 330 degrees at 12 knots. Gusts to 22.
* Military flight plan
04Z MVFR CLG: Last 6 hours of FT after 04Z marginal VFR due to ceiling.
* Criteria determining type of approach
* Additional airways navigation review topics
III. Weather criteria 220.127.116.11
NOTE: IFR flight plans shall be filed and flown by Naval aviators
whenever practicable regardless of weather as a means of reducing the
potential for midair collisions.
All flight plans are based on the following:
Weather at the actual point of departure at time of clearance
Existing and forecast weather for entire route of flight
Destination and alternate forecast WX for ETA +/-1 hour