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T-45C TS INav-09
Flight Planning (Departure)
4.
Distance (DIST)—enter miles to a fix
Sg 1, fr 25
Distance
5.
Estimated time en route (ETE)
Sg 1, fr 26
a.
Training squadrons do not use climb winds,
ETE, ETA, and ATA
refer to T-45C Fuel Planning Data
b.
Computed from ground speed and entered time
in nearest whole minute
c.
Ground speed is computed utilizing expected
TAS, forecast winds
6.
Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA)/Actual Time of
Arrival (ATA)—enter your estimated time of arrival
and log your actual time of arrival as the flight
progresses
7.
Leg fuel (LEG FUEL)
Sg 1, fr 27
Fuel Information
a.
Enter estimated fuel required to fly each leg
using fuel flow and estimated time en route
b.
Round UP to next higher ten pounds
8.
Estimated fuel remaining (EFR)/actual fuel
remaining (AFR)—enter estimated fuel remaining
during planning and actual fuel remaining during
flight
PROGRESS CHECK
Question 6—2.1.8
Your fuel flow at a cruise altitude of FL270 is 1125 and your
estimated ground speed is 350 kts. Your FLIP Enroute High
Altitude Chart indicates 76 miles from one fix to the next.
This leg of your flight will take you __________ minutes and
you will use _________ lbs of fuel.
Answer: 13 minutes and 250 lbs of fuel (244 lbs rounded up to
next higher ten pounds)
(2-02) Original
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