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STEP 4: COMPUTING LEG FUEL AND ESTIMATED FUEL REMAINING (EFR)
The next step is to use the ETE just computed to find how much fuel will be used
for each leg and the estimated fuel remaining (EFR) at the next point. The fuel
flow for this problem is 240pph. Utilizing fuel computation procedures from
chapter 3, there will be 68# of fuel burned on the first leg. Subtract this leg fuel
from the starting fuel (815#) to arrive at the estimated fuel remaining (EFR) over
the next turn point, Blountstown. The results of these computations are entered
in the appropriate jet log blocks as shown in Figure 4.7-14.
Figure 4.7-14 Step 4 Flight Planning
Each of the flight planning steps is repeated for the remaining legs and logged.
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