The FAA will accept a flight plan in international format for any IFR, VFR, who may continue to use the format prescribed in FAA Form The FAA will implement flight plan filing for civil aircraft using a format that aligns with The new format appears on FAA Form , FAA International Flight. this form will be included in a Privacy Act System of Records known as DOT/FAA , titled “Aviation Records on Individuals” and will be subject to the routine.

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Briefers use all available weather and aeronautical information to summarize data applicable to the proposed flight. Transponder with no Vorm C.

In this case the pilot will hold according to the depicted pattern. Pilots are encouraged to give their departure times directly to the FSS serving the departure airport or as otherwise indicated by the FSS when the flight plan is filed.

In order to provide FAA traffic management units strategic route planning capabilities, nonscheduled operators conducting IFR operations foorm FL are requested to voluntarily file IFR flight plans at least 4 hours prior to estimated time of departure ETD. Minimum Safe Altitude Warning. Type of flight planned; e. Flights Outside the U. In situations where there is from option as to whether to plan for an alternate, pilots should bear in mind that just a slight worsening of the weather conditions from those forecast could place the airport below the published IFR landing minimums.

These aids are depicted on enroute high altitude charts. Back to Top of this Page.


Flight Plans: Don’t Leave Home Without One

The route of flight may also be described by naming the reporting points or NAVAIDs over which the flight will pass, provided the points named are established for use at the altitude or flight level planned.

Additional copies will be 723-1 on request. If you do not activate the flight plan within fomr time period, it will be dropped from the system and you’ll need to re-file it. This is an excellent low cost insurance policy.

If airborne, specify the actual or proposed departure time as appropriate. All pilots should review the foreign airspace and entry restrictions published in the IFIM during the flight planning process. The suffix is not to be added to the aircraft identification or be transmitted by radio as part of the aircraft identification.

Standard Briefing – FAA Form

In each case, knowledge of the aircraft’s transponder equipment is necessary in determining whether or not such computer tapes might prove effective. In fact, the FAA prefers that you use this form. Pilots planning IFR flights to airports located in mountainous terrain are cautioned to consider the necessity for an alternate airport even when the forecast weather conditions would technically relieve forj from the requirement to file one.

It is also particularly important in the case of such flights that pilots leave a complete itinerary and schedule of the flight with someone directly concerned and keep that person advised of the flight’s progress.

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Record the FSS name for closing the flight plan. Such fixes automatically become compulsory reporting points for the flight, unless advised otherwise by ATC.


File route description waypoints by using degree- distance fixes based on navigational aids which are appropriate for the altitude stratum. Pilots are expected to maintain the last assigned altitude and request revised altitude clearances directly from ATC.

It is recommended that pilots file the maximum transponder or navigation capability of their aircraft in the equipment suffix. Others wait until they are on the ground and use the telephone. Precision Approach Path Indicator. Maintain a constant altitude which is appropriate for the direction of flight. Insert the requested route of flight in accordance with guidance below. The second section contains special notices that are either too long or concern a wide or unspecified geographic area and are not suitable for inclusion in the first section.

El Paso Intl Airport. Corpus Christi Intl Airport. FDC information concerning conditions that are more than miles from the FSS, or that is already published, is given to a pilot only on request. This notice may be furnished directly to Customs by: If the pilot fails to include ADCUS in the radioed flight plan, it will be assumed that other arrangements have been made and FAA will not advise customs. Specify an alternate airport if desired or required, but do not include routing to the alternate airport.