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INSTRUMENTS FLIGHT PLANNING
CHAPTER FIVE
CHAPTER FIVE
IN-FLIGHT FUEL AND TIME ANALYSIS
500.
INTRODUCTION
During the enroute phase of flight, it is essential that you are constantly aware of how the actual
flight is progressing as compared to the preflight planning. It should be quite plain that, in-flight,
fuel figures and ETEs will change from your preflight figures for many reasons, including
change of winds, on deck delay time, enroute delays, unplanned altitude changes, route of flight
changes, weather, etc. It is imperative that you are able to compute and update fuel and time
estimates anywhere along the route of flight. Failure to update estimated fuel and time enroute
could result in an unplanned landing short of your original destination.
501.
LESSON TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES
TERMINAL OBJECTIVE
C.
Navigate an aircraft via visual references and navigation instruments with the assistance of
a flight instructor.
ENABLING OBJECTIVE
C.8. Determine mission completion feasibility based on requirements at each navigational
checkpoint, given a jet log and single enroute chart during simulator navigation trainer
mission or navigation training mission, in accordance with OPNAVINST 3710.7s.
C.8.1. Calculate EFR at destination IAF, during 2B47 navigation trainer mission + 30
pounds.
C.9. Calculate ETA at each navigational checkpoint, during 2B47 navigation trainer mission
+30 seconds.
C.9.1. Determine GS during 2B47 navigation trainer mission + 6 knots.
IN-FLIGHT FUEL AND TIME ANALYSIS
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