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T-45C ADV INav-03
INav Review
III. Departure and Terminal Procedures
Sg 7, fr 1: Lesson
Organization
A. Fuel requirements for filing DD-175 1.1.1.8.2
INAV REVIEW
1.
Alternate required
* Overview of Test
* Introduction to INav
* Departure and Terminal
a.
Route: fly to destination initial approach fix
Procedures
(IAF) and then to alternate IAF (i.e., plan from
* Interpretation of High Altitude
Instrument Approach Plates
destination IAF to alternate IAF at filed cruising
* Flight Planning (Departure and
altitude)
En route)
Sg 7, fr 2: Departure and
b.
Fuel for one approach, start, taxi and takeoff
Terminal Procedures
Organization
c.
Fuel reserve: 10% of planned requirements or
20 minutes of flight computed at 10,000 ft MSL
DEPARTURE AND TERMINAL
PROCEDURES
maximum endurance operation (whichever is
* Fuel requirements for
greater)
filing DD-175
* Departure point minimums for takeoff
* Types of IFR departures
2.
Alternate not required
* Standard instrument departure (SID)
* Approaches
* Closing flight plan
* Log book entries
1.
Route: fly to destination IAF, plus fuel for one
approach
Sg 7, fr 3
Fig 3: DD-175 Fuel Plan--
2.
Fuel reserve: 10% of planned requirements or
Alternate Required
20 minutes of flight computed at 10,000 ft MSL
Sg 7, fr 4
maximum endurance operation (whichever is
Fig 4: DD-175 Fuel Plan--
greater)
Alternate Not Required
PROGRESS CHECK
Question 5--1.1.1.8.2
In all cases, what are the minimum reserve fuel
requirements?
ANSWER: 10% of planned requirements or 20 minutes of flight
computed at 10,000 ft MSL based on maximum endurance
operation, whichever is greater.
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