INTERMEDIATE FLIGHT PREPARATION WORKBOOK
The 200 lbs for Start/Taxi/Takeoff is added to Lift-off (L/O) fuel
on the front of Jet Cards and omitted on back.
Plan your alternate airfield profiles for an Instrument Navigation flight as follows:
From the destination IAF to alternate IAF at last cruising altitude, airspeed, and fuel flow.
From the destination IAF to alternate IAF using the destination IAF altitude and maximum
range airspeed. At NPA, this is 16,000 feet, 240 True Airspeed (TAS) and 850 Pounds per Hour
Bingo profile, destination airfield to alternate airfield.
You are required to bring a zero-winded but completed Jet Card
and DD 175 to every flight corresponding to each of the T-1 stereo
routes (NPA 150, NPA 151, NPA 152, and NPA 153). For low-
level stereo routes bring a generic 50X-A (Alpha) Jet Card as well
as the NPA-150 series Jet Cards. See your in-flight guide for
204. DD 175
You are required to complete a DD 175 for each flight in accordance with FLIP GP without
error. DD 175s are only filed at Base Operations when indicated on the flight schedule by "DD
175 required." A practice DD 175, to be reviewed by the INFO/INAV is required for all other
Flight Plans for the T-1 are slightly different from T-6 flight plans:
The controlling agency for the T-1A aircraft is CTW-6 vice VT-4/10.
The TD designation is T/BE40/I, with the T referring to Traffic Collision Avoidance
System (TCAS) and the I referring to LORAN, VOR/DME, or INS with Mode C.
3. On composite (low-level) flight plans, the last entry in the IFR route of flight is the
fix/radial/distance of the low-level entry point. The next line is the VFR. When transitioning to
IFR after the low-level, the fix/radial/distance of the VFR exit point is filed in the Point of
Departure block of the next line.
T-1A FLIGHT PROFILES