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CHAPTER TWO
IFR SUPPLEMENT, FLIGHT INFORMATION HANDBOOK, ENROUTE LOW
ALTITUDE CHARTS, GENERAL PLANNING, AND AREA PLANNING
200. INTRODUCTION
This chapter introduces the student to the DOD Flight Information Publication (FLIP) program
and the following publications: IFR Supplement Flight Information Handbook (FIH), Enroute
Low Altitude Charts, General Planning (GP), and Area Planning North and South America
(AP-1).
In this chapter, a question-answer format is used throughout, instead of an end of chapter review.
This is to provide reinforcement in learning to use a wide range of flight information
publications.
201. LESSON TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES
TERMINAL OBJECTIVE
2.0 Demonstrate a working knowledge of definitions, and aeronautical information contained
in the Flight Information Program (FLIP) to include General Planning (GP), Area Planning (AP),
Low Altitude (IFR) Charts, IFR Enroute Supplement, and Flight Information Handbook (FIH).
ENABLING OBJECTIVES
2.1  Read the Table of Contents of the IFR Supplement and be able to determine the location of
information provided.
2.2
Read the IFR Supplement legend and know the meaning of symbols and abbreviations.
2.3  Read the IFR Supplement legend and learn what aeronautical information is listed for each
airport and navigation facility.
2.4  For airports listed in section B of the IFR Supplement, be able to locate and list specific
airport information requested, such as
2.4.1
The airport classification.
2.4.2
The airfield identifier.
2.4.3
Field elevation.
2.4.4
Runway lighting.
2.4.5
Runway weight-bearing capacity.
2.4.6
JASU available.
2.4.7
Fuel available.
2.4.8
Aircraft services available.
2.4.9
Airport operating procedures listed in airport remarks.
2.4.10
Communication frequencies for specific airport functions.
2.4.11
Airport Radio Aids to Navigation.
IFR SUPPLEMENT, FLIGHT INFORMATION HANDBOOK, ENROUTE LOW
ALTITUDE CHARTS, GENERAL PLANNING, AND AREA PLANNING 2-1


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