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T-45C TS INav-10
Flight Planning (En Route)
c.
Should your actual departure time be delayed
one hour or more beyond the filed departure
time, you must advise Base Operations or the
tie-in flight service station (FSS) serving the
departure, stopover, or en route delay airport
and provide an updated proposed departure
time
Note: also update weather brief
d.
If delay occurs when departing a nonmilitary
base, you must ensure that the departure time
is passed to the tie-in FSS by your request,
through the tower or directly to the tie-in FSS
5.
Altitude
a.
Enter initial cruise altitude in hundreds of feet;
do not enter letters “FL”
b.
Subsequent en route altitude/flight level
changes and location are entered in the
REMARKS block
c.
If you have not previously been cleared for it,
you must request an altitude/flight level change
while airborne from ATC and receive a
clearance
d.
If you are requesting an altitude block, enter the
lower altitude/flight level of the requested block,
the letter “B,” and then the higher altitude
6.
Route of flight
Sg 1, fr 8
DD Form 175—
a.
Enter enough information to indicate the
Route of Flight
proposed ROUTE OF FLIGHT clearly
b.
If no standard instrument departure (SID), enter
planned NAVAID, TACAN/DME fix, or named
intersection within the jet route structure
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