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T-45C TS INav-09
Flight Planning (Departure)
PROGRESS CHECK
Question 5—2.1.8.8
Where would you find information on special use airspace
for your selected route/altitude?
Answer: FLIP Area Planning AP1/1A
VI. Planning a Flight 1.1.2.1
Sg 1, fr 8
Lesson Organization
A. Suggested flight planning sequence
Sg 1, fr 9
1.
Select your destination
Suggested Flight
Planning Sequence—
1. Select Destination
a.
Generally OPNAVINST 3710.7, Section 4.4.1,
restricts use of civil airfields
b.
Purchase of noncontract fuel from commercial
sources is not authorized except in an
emergency or when specifically authorized by
the commanding officer
c.
Conduct a thorough examination of preferred
routes (AP/1), and the NAVAIDS, winds, MEAs,
terrain, special use airspace, en route weather,
cruising altitude ruled, fuel endurance, and
NOTAMs
2.
Obtain initial weather briefing and request OPARS
Overlay 1
2. Obtain Weather
a.
Takeoff, en route, and destination weather
Brief
b.
Record forecast surface winds for destination
and alternate and data for computing takeoff
performance (pressure altitude, winds, and
temperature)
c.
Request OPARS flight data
3.
Determine most favorable altitude/flight level for the
Overlay 2
route that offers acceptable weather and most
3. Most Favorable
favorable winds
Altitude/Flight Level
(2-02) Original
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