Flight planning is the process of producing a flight plan to describe a proposed aircraft flight. It involves two safety-critical aspects: fuel calculation, to ensure that the aircraft can safely reach the destination, and compliance with air traffic control requirements, to minimize the risk of midair collision. At the end of each subject, there will be interactive guided discussions with the respective instructors where they will address and prepare you for some of the toughest questions given by the authorities regarding the topic.
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Topics of the Flight Planning
Preflight Preparation; NOTAM Briefing; Ground Facilities and Servicing; Departure, destination and alternate aerodromes; Airway routings and Airspace structure
Flight planning for VFR Flights; VFR Navigations plan; Routes, airfields, heights, and altitudes from VFR Charts; Communications and radio-navigation planning data
Courses and distances from VFR charts; Aerodrome charts and directory; Completion of Navigation Plan
Flight Planning for IFR Flights; IFR Navigation Plan; Airways and Routes; Courses and Distances from Enroute charts; Altitudes
Standard Instrument Departures (SIDs) and Standard Arrival Routes (STARs)
Communications and radio navigation planning data
ICAO Flight Plan (ATS flight plan); Individual Flight Plan; Format of Flight Plan; Completion of an ATS Flight Plan (FPL); Repetitive Flight Plan; Submission of an ATS Flight Plan (FPL)2
Pre-flight fuel planning for commercial flights; Taxiing fuel; Trip fuel; Reserve fuel and its components; Extra fuel; Calculation of total fuel and completion of the fuel section of the navigation plan (fuel log)
Specific fuel-calculation procedures; Isolated-aerodrome procedure; Predetermined point procedure; Fuel-tinkering; Isolated-heliport procedure
Flight Monitoring AND IN-FLIGHT Replanning; Flight monitoring; In-flight fuel management; Monitoring of primary flight parameters
In-flight replanning in case of deviation from planned data
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