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INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES WORKBOOK
CHAPTER FOUR
BFM V198 BRATT SIDNY
NPA
Figure 4-23 Route of Flight Entries
NOTE
From Brookley VORTAC on V198, the next fix entered in
the route of flight will be the fix where a transition to
another airway or a direct leg is made. Do not enter
intermediate NAVAIDs or fixes while on V198. The
absence of an airway number in the route of flight denotes
a direct leg.
On a VFR flight plan or segment, the last fix entered in the ROUTE OF FLIGHT section is the
fix from which the last leg of the flight is begun.
10. The three-letter identification identifier of the destination airfield will be entered in the TO
box.
11. The estimated time enroute (ETE) for an IFR flight plan will be the time from takeoff to the
IAF at the destination exclusive of the time anticipated for enroute delays. This entry does
not include the approach time. ETE will be entered using the hours + minutes format (e.g.,
1+30).
The estimated time enroute for a VFR flight plan or segment will be computed from takeoff to
arrival over the destination airfield, including known or preplanned delays.
ETE
Figure 4-24 ETE
INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES 4-19


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