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T-45C TS INav-06
Departure and Terminal Procedures
PRESENTATION
I.
Fuel requirements for filing DD-175 1.1.1.8.2
Sg 1, fr 1
Lesson Organization
A.
Alternate required
1.
Route: fly to destination initial approach fix (IAF)
and then to alternate IAF (i.e., plan from destination
IAF to alternate IAF at filed cruising altitude)
2.
Fuel for one approach, start, taxi and takeoff
Sg 1, fr 2
Figure 1: DD-175
3.
Fuel reserve: 10% of planned requirements or 20
Fuel Plan - Alternate
Required
minutes of flight computed at 10,000 ft MSL
maximum endurance operation (whichever is
greater)
B.
Alternate not required
NOTE: CNATRA requires filing an alternate on all cross-
country flights.
1.
Route: fly to destination IAF, plus fuel for one
approach
Sg 1, fr 3
2.
Fuel reserve: 10% of planned requirements or 20
Figure 2:
minutes of flight computed at 10,000 ft MSL
DD-175 Fuel Plan -
maximum endurance operation (whichever is
Alternate Not
greater)
Required
NOTE: When computing fuel reserves, include any
known or expected delay in your “time en route.” If
the route or altitude assigned by ATC renders the
planned fuel reserves inadequate, you must inform
ATC of the circumstances and if you're unable to
obtain a satisfactory altitude or routing, alter the
destination accordingly.
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