NAVIGATION LOG Aircraft Number N Notes VOR Wind CAS TC TH MH Dist. GS Time Off GPH Airport & ATIS Advisories Check Points Ident Leg Est. Departure Destination (Fixes) Course Dir. Vel. -L -E Altitude CH Freq. (Route) +R +W ± Dev Rem ETE ETA Fuel ATIS Code WCA Var. Act. Temp TAS ATE ATA Rem Ceiling & Visibility Wind Altimeter Approach Runway Time Check Airport Frequencies Departure Destination ATIS ATIS Grnd Grnd Tower Tower Dep. Dep. CTAF CTAF FSS FSS UNICOM UNICOM Field Elev. Field Elev. Totals Block In Log Time Flight Plan and Weather Log on Reverse Side Block Out SCALE: 1:500,000 SECTIONAL AERONAUTICAL CHARTS WEATHER LOG Ceiling, Visibility, and Precipitation Turbulence Position of Fonts, Winds Aloft Icing and Freezing Level Reported Forecast and Cloud Tops Lows, and Highs Departure Enroute Destination Alternate FLIGHT PLAN Notes and NOTAMs 1. TYPE 2. AIRCRAFT 3. AIRCRAFT TYPE / 4. TRUE AIRSPEED 5. DEPARTURE 6. DEPARTURE TIME 7. CRUISING ALTITUDE IDENTIFICATION SPECIAL POINT VFR PROPOSED (Z) ACTUAL (Z) EQUIPMENT IFR DVFR 8. ROUTE OF FLIGHT 9. DESTINATION (Name of airport and city) 10. EST. TIME ENROUTE 11. REMARKS HOURS MINUTES TFRs 12. FUEL ON BOARD 13. ALTERNATE AIRPORT(S) 14. PILOT'S NAME, ADDRESS, TEL. NO. & AIRCRAFT HOME BASE 15. NUMBER ABOARD Position Report HOURS MINUTES Acft. Position Time Alt. IFR/ Est. Next Name 17. DESTINATION CONTACT/TELEPHONE (OPTIONAL) Ident. VFR Fix Following Fix 16. COLOR OF AIRCRAFT Report Conditions Aloft - Cloud Tops, Bases, Layers, CLOSE VFR FLIGHT PLAN WITH ________________ FSS ON ARRIVAL Visibility, Turbulence, Haze, Ice, Thunderstorms AIRCRAFT EQUIPMENT SUFFIXES 129, Airworthiness Approval of Vertical Navigation (VNAV) Systems for (b) A demonstrated capability of depicting and following the lateral and use in the U.S. NAS and Alaska; AC 20-130A, Airworthiness Approval vertical path. NO DME of Navigation or Flight Management Systems Integrating Multiple (c) An FMS with DME/DME updating and one or more of the following: X - No transponder Navigations Sensors; or equivalent criteria as approved by Flight Single Global Positioning System (GPS) - Single inertial reference unit T - Transponder with no Mode C Standards. (IRU). U - Transponder with Mode C (b) A flight director and autopilot control system capable of following the (d) A database containing the waypoints and speed/altitude constraints for DME lateral and vertical FMS flight path the route and/or procedure to be flown that is automatically loaded into D - No transponder (c) At least dual inertial reference units (IRUs). the FMS flight plan. B - Transponder with no Mode C (d) A database containing the waypoints and speed/altitude constraints for (U.S. and U.S. Territories only unless otherwise authorized.) A - Transponder with Mode C the route and/or procedure to be flown that is automatically loaded into G - Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), including GPS or WAAS, with AREA NAVIGATION (RNAV) the FMS flight plan enroute and terminal capability. Y - LORAN, VOR/DME, or INS with no transponder (e) An electronic map. R- Required Navigational Performance. The aircraft meets the RNP type C - LORAN, VOR/DME, or INS transponder with no Mode C (U.S. and U.S. territories only unless otherwise authorized.) prescribed for the route segment(s), route(s) and/or area concerned. I - LORAN, VOR/DME, or INS, transponder with Mode C F - FMS with enroute, terminal, and approach capability. Unless otherwise Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM). ADVANCED RNAV WITH TRANSPONDER AND MODE C (If and aircraft is unable to authorized by the Administrator, equipment requirements are: Prior to conducting RVSM operations within the U.S., the operator must operate with a transponder and/or Mode C, it will revert to the appropriate code listed (a) Single FMS which meets the specifications of AC 25-15, Approval of obtain authorization from the FAA or from the responsible authority, as above under Area Navigation.) Flight Management Systems in Transport Category Airplanes; AC 20- appropriate E - Flight Management System (FMS) with enroute, terminal, and approach 129, Airworthiness Approval of Vertical Navigation (VNAV) Systems for Q - RVSM with /E, /F, /G, or /R capability, except aircraft operating in Oakland capability. use in the U.S. NAS and Alaska; AC 20-130A, Airworthiness Approval Oceanic or Anchorage Oceanic CTA/FIRs must be RVSM with /R capability. Equipment requirements are: of Navigation or Flight Management Systems Integrating Multiple W - RVSM (a) Dual FMS which meets the specifications of AC 25-15, Approval of Navigations Sensors; or equivalent criteria as approved by Flight Flight Management Systems in Transport Category Airplanes; AC 20- Standards.
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