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CHAPTER FOUR
INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES WORKBOOK
If a RADAR DEPARTURE, VFR climb, or an IFR climb on course is requested, the location
identifier of the fix where entry into the route structure will be made will be entered as the first
item in the ROUTE OF FLIGHT section. An entry in the "REMARKS" section must be made
for RADAR and VFR climb departures.
A pilot filing a flight plan requesting an IFR climb departure to Crestview (CEW) would write
the entry as follows:
ROUTE OF FLIGHT
TO
CEW
Figure 4-18 IFR Climb Departure to Crestview
The ROUTE OF FLIGHT section should contain enough information to clearly indicate the
proposed flight path. Location identifiers will be used for NAVAIDs (VORs, TACANs, and
VORTACs) which define the route of flight. (DO NOT WRITE OUT THE NAME OF A
NAVAID ­ ALWAYS USE THE THREE­LETTER IDENTIFIER.) Names will be used for
intersections which define the route of flight.
ROUTE OF FLIGHT
TO
CEW NSE
Figure 4-19 Three Letter Identifier
When the flight path between fixes is an airway or jet route, enter the airway/jet route number
followed by the fix or intersection where you will leave the airway. The absence of an airway
identifier denotes a direct leg. (Do not use the symbol D  RU WKH ZRUG GLUHFW
For IFR flight plans, the last fix entered is the identifier of the nearest appropriate IAF,
NAVAID, first point of intended landing, or published fix, which most clearly establishes the
route of flight to the destination, or the coded identifier of a Standard Terminal Arrival (STAR).
For the IFR course we will always use the IAF.
When the identifier for the IAF and the destination airport are the same, enter both in their
respective spaces. For example: A flight terminating at Crestview and using the Crestview VOR
as its IAF would appear as follows:
ROUTE OF FLIGHT
TO
NUN PENSI V198 CEW
CEW
Figure 4-20 Same IAF Identifier and Destination Airport
4-16 INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES


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