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T-45C TS INav-09
Flight Planning (Departure)
3.
Include Automatic Terminal Information (ATIS) and
METRO frequencies if available.
4.
Note any difference in call sign
C. Altimeter Correction (ALT CORR)
Sg 1, fr 14
Altimeter Correction
1.
Not normally used in training command or flight in
Class A airspace
2.
An altimeter error exceeding 75 feet is unacceptable
for IFR flight
3.
Spot elevation may be different than airfield
elevation
D. Time Off (TIME OFF)
Sg 1, fr 15
Time Off
1.
Enter time (GMT) at takeoff
2.
Used for approach time (ETA) at destination with a
communications failure en route
E. True Airspeed (TAS)—planned en route true airspeed
Sg 1, fr 16
after level off
True Airspeed
F. Fuel use, pounds per hour (LBS PH/PMIN)—fuel
Sg 1, fr 17
flow at cruise/flight level from NATOPS performance
Fuel Use Pounds Per
charts based on TAS in pounds per hour only
Hour
G. Clearance (CLEARANCE)
Sg 1, fr 18
Clearance and
1.
Enter expected clearance or
Departure
2.
Leave blank and enter clearance as it is delivered
H. Departure (DEPARTURE)
1.
Record local instructions for departing field:
headings, altitudes, routes, and frequencies from
SID or departure instructions if no SID available
2.
IFF transponder code assigned
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