The clearance section (Figure 4.7-3) consists of space to copy the air traffic
control (ATC) clearance which includes departure procedures, approved route of
flight, altitude, and departure frequencies. This section is left blank during
preflight planning and is filled in just prior to taxiing as the clearance is received
over the radio.
Figure 4.7-3 Clearance Section
The destination section (Figure 4.7-4) contains blanks for information pertaining
to the destination airfield such as airfield elevation and communication
Figure 4.7-4 Destination Section
The en route section will be the only part of the jet log utilized in this course
(Figure 4.7-5). It contains information about each leg along a route of flight.
Starting from the left, there is space for information about the electronic nav-aids
that will be used to define points along the route of flight. There are boxes for the
magnetic course (CUS) and distance (DIST) for each leg of the flight. There are
also columns for estimated time enroute (ETE), estimated time of arrival (ETA)/
actual time of arrival (ATA), leg fuel, and estimated fuel remaining (EFR)/ actual
fuel remaining (AFR). The actual time of arrival and actual fuel remaining blocks
are filled in during flight.