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AVIA 110 - Lab Exercise# 13
Flight Planning
Plan a flight using the "Flight Planning - VFR Style" checklist from:
1) Watsonville (WVI) to Fresno Ait Terminal (FAT) - DONE IN CLASS (Turn in as well)
a. Receive a standard weather
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. Complete the navigation portion of the log in class using the VFR FP checklist
c. List key Airport Frequencies in the appropriate portion of the log
d. Make the fuel calculation and determine MINIMUM and SAFE TOTAL Fuel Needed
e. Complete the Flight Plan Form on the back of the log
2) Fresno Air Terminal (FAT) to Pine Mountain Lake (E45) - ASSIGNMENT
a. Obtain a standard weather
iefing from LEIDOS FSS
. Record key weather information on the back of the log
c. Complete the navigation portion of the log as in class using the VFR FP checklist
d. List key Airport Frequencies in the appropriate portion of the log
e. Make the fuel calculation and determine MINIMUM and SAFE TOTAL Fuel Needed
f. Complete the Flight Plan Form on the back of the log
3) Pine Mountain Lake (E45) to Reid Hillview (RHV) - ASSIGNMENT
a. Obtain a standard weather
iefing from LEIDOS FSS
. Record key weather information on the back of the log
c. Complete the navigation portion of the log as in class using the VFR FP checklist
d. List key Airport Frequencies in the appropriate portion of the log
e. Make the fuel calculation and determine MINIMUM and SAFE TOTAL Fuel Needed
f. Complete the Flight Plan Form on the back of the log
4) Is the flight that you have planned as an assignment (both legs) safe to make VFR?
5) If it is safe to make the flight, what is a possible concern? (un-forecast weather, airport
issues (sudden runway closures, fuel availability), aircraft mechanical issues, etc.)
6) If your concern becomes reality, what is your alternate plan?
7) As you proceed from Pine Mountain Lake airport (E45) to Reid-Hillview airport (RHV), you
discover as you cross Interstate 5 that RHV is unexpectedly fogged in and expected to
emain so for the rest of the day. What is your alternate plan?
FHght Planning - VFR Sty~e
1) Pick Departure and Destjnation Airports - Select proper charts
a. Sectional (normal), World Aeronautical (long flights) , Terminal (Class B)
2) Select Route/altitude choices - become familiar with landmarks on route
a. Route: Most direct, most scenic, avoidance of airspace/te
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weather avoidance
. Altitude: Most efficient, te
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winds
3) Obtain a complete Weather Briefing - log in on flight log
a. Provide: complete information to
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type, departure
point/time, destination, proposed route/altitude, estimated time enroute
. Receive: Standard Briefing: Flight precautions (airmets/sigmets) "VFR not
ecommended", cu
ent departure/destination and enroute weather,
departure/destination enroute forcast, winds aloft, NOT AMS
4) Select Route (draw on chart) and Altitude after receiving
iefing and place on
fl ight log
5) · Pick checkpoints XXXXXXXXXXnm apart) and log in
6) Obtain TAS from owners manual and log in
7) Measure True Course and determine variation and log in •
8) Measure distance between checkpoints, total distance and log in
9) Determine Ground speed and Wind .co
ection angle and log in
10) Determine Compass heading and log in
11) Determine Estimated time enroute between checkpoints, total ETE and log in
12) Determine Fuel Requirements- Primary, Climb Allow. , Reserve, Total and log
a. Plan for realistic fuel quantity for flight - realistic reserves
13) Log in airport/enroute frequencies and decide when they are to be used
a. Mentally fly the flight and determine plan "A and B"
14) Look over the flight to make sure that it all makes sense
15) Fill out Flight Plan form and file with FSS
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Solution

Dr Shweta answered on May 07 2023
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Ans 1 Already solved in the assignment
Ans 2 Standard weather
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Standard weather
iefing for Fresno Air Terminal:
Temperature = 54.0 ͦ F (12.2 ͦ C), Few Clouds, Northwest winds at 5.8 mph, Pressure equals to 30.08 in, Humidity 83% and the Visibility upto 10.00 mi, Dew Point equals to 48.9 ͦ F (9.4 ͦ C)
Standard weather
iefing for Pine Mountain Lake:
Temperature = 50.0 ͦ F (10 ͦ C), Fair, Northwest winds at 6.9 mph, Pressure equals to 30.09 in, Humidity 89% and the Visibility upto 10.00 mi, Dew Point equals to 46.9 ͦ F (8.3 ͦ C)
Key airport frequencies of Fresno Air...
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