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CHAPTER FIVE
INSTRUMENTS FLIGHT PLANNING
Figure 5-4 Choctaw/Crestview
505.
SUMMARY
In this section, you learned when and how to update your fuel estimates. You know that to
update your fuel estimates, you must first determine GS and calculate the remaining time
enroute. You should perform a GS check whenever possible for each leg of your instrument
navigation route. You know a GS check is at least one minute long and does not begin until your
DME is equal to or greater than your altitude in thousands of feet. Additionally, you must
update your ETA for each checkpoint/NAVAID and EFR at the IAF if your time is in error by
more than 30 seconds or fuel is in error by more than 30 lbs.
5-6 IN-FLIGHT FUEL AND TIME ANALYSIS


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