Oceanic and International Operations ICAO Flight Planning Course

Oceanic and International Operations ICAO Flight Planning Course

Oceanic and International Operations ICAO Flight Planning Course Number: 21000088 Version Number: 1.01 Federal Aviation Administration Objectives At the end of this lesson, you will be able to: Explain the responsibilities of the certificate holder, dispatch, and flight planning vendor Identify all the authorizations noted on the Flight Plan Identify areas ASI should spot-check in the Flight Plan Identify ICAO codes Complete a portion of an automated/manual ICAO Flight Plan Flight Planning Current, ICAO (2012)

Federal Aviation Administration SL-2-FPL Overview In this lesson we will discuss the following topics: Flight planning responsibilities Flight planning guidance ICAO Flight Plan (FPL) Areas to spot-check Flight Planning Current, ICAO (2012) Federal Aviation Administration SL-3-FPL Responsibilities Certificate Holder Flight Planning Vendor Dispatcher (Flight Planner)

Third-party Organizations Flight Planning Current, ICAO (2012) Federal Aviation Administration SL-4-FPL Evaluation Criteria for Flight Planning Flight Planning Considerations include: Fuel Planning ATC Routing navigation, predictive RAIM, RNP requirements Meteorology Flight Planning Current, ICAO (2012) Slide 1 of 2 Federal Aviation Administration SL-5-FPL

Evaluation Criteria for Flight Planning Flight Planning Considerations include: Notices to Airmen (NOTAMS) Contingency Procedures ETPs, ETOPS calculations, drift down, oxygen requirements, volcanic ash avoidance MEL/CDL Requirements Flight Planning Current, ICAO (2012) Slide 2 of 2 Federal Aviation Administration SL-6-FPL Evaluation Criteria for Flight Planning Knowledge of SAO requirements including: CNS requirements Applicable regulations and ICAO Standards Flight planning software capabilities and limitations

Flight Planning Current, ICAO (2012) Federal Aviation Administration SL-7-FPL Flight Planning Guidance North Atlantic Operations and Airspace Manual (as amended) Chapter 4 Flight Planning Chapter 17 Guidance for Dispatchers ICAO Annex 6 Part I - International Commercial Air Transport-Aeroplanes (as amended) Flight Planning Current, ICAO (2012) ICAO Annex 6

Part II - International General AviationAeroplanes (as amended) U.S. Aeronautical Information Publications (AIPs) Web site, AIP TOC (pdf) U.S. Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM) AIM (pdf) Federal Aviation Administration SL-8-FPL Flight Planning Guidance An operator requesting AMU approval must review: Transport Canada Aeronautical Information Manual (TC AIM) ( Web site, TOC (pdf))

AIP Canada (ICAO) Aeronautical Information Publication (Web site, TOC (pdf)) Designated Airspace Handbook (DAH) (Web site, Online full PDF Document, M2) Define geographic areas communication capabilities airspace requirements and availability of airports Flight Planning Current, ICAO (2012) Federal Aviation Administration SL-9-FPL ICAO Flight Plan (FPL) Current FAA Form 7233-4 International Flight Plan (Blank 7233-4 (pdf))

Sample Computer Flight Plan Flight Planning Current, ICAO (2012) Federal Aviation Administration SL-10-FPL ICAO Flight Plan (FPL) Wake Turbulence Category in Block 9 on ICAO Flight Plan ITEM 9 /H HEAVY, to indicate an aircraft type with a maximum certificated take-off weight of 136 000 kg (300,000 lbs) or more; Example B763/H /M MEDIUM, to indicate an aircraft type with a maximum certificated take-off weight of less than 136 000 kg (300,000 lbs) but more than 7 000 kg (15,500lbs);

Example - DC3/M /L LIGHT, to indicate an aircraft type with a maximum certificated take-off weight of 7 000 kg (15,500lbs) or less. Example - ZZZZ/L Flight Planning Current, ICAO (2012) Federal Aviation Administration SL-11-FPL ICAO Flight Plan (FPL) Key New qualifier ICAO 2012 Flight Plan Changes Redefined Qualifier

ITEM 10/Field 10a Differences A : GBAS Landing Sys M1- M3 : ATC RTF (SATCOM, MTSAT, Iridium) B : LPV (APV w/SBAS) O : VOR C : LORAN C P1 - P9 : Reserved for RCP D : DME R : PBN Approved E1 E3 : ACARS S : Standard equipment F : ADF

T : TACAN G : GNSS U : UHF radio H : HF Radio V : VHF radio I : INS W : RVSM J1 J7 : CPDLC X : MNPS K : MLS Y : VHF w/ 8.33 kHz spacing capability L : ILS

Z : Other Equipment carried or other capabilities Flight Planning Current, ICAO (2012) Federal Aviation Administration SL-12-FPL ICAO Flight Plan (FPL) Key ICAO 2012 Flight Plan Changes New qualifier Redefined Qualifier ITEM 10/Field 10b Differences N : No capability A : Mode A B1 : ADS-B 1090 Out

C : Mode A and C B2 : ADS-B 1090 In/Out X : Mode S, no a/c id, no alt U1 : UAT Out I : Mode S, a/c id, no alt U2 : UAT In/Out S : Mode S, no a/c id, alt V1 : VDL In P : Mode S, a/c id, alt V2 : VDL In/Out E : Mode S, a/c id, alt, squitter H : Mode S, a/c id, alt, enh surv D1 : ADS-C FANS/1

L : Mode S, a/c id, alt, sqtr, enh G1 : ADS- C ATN Flight Planning Current, ICAO (2012) Federal Aviation Administration SL-13-FPL ICAO Flight Plan (FPL) Key ICAO 2012 Flight Plan Changes New entry ITEM 18 Differences (FPL Item 18 Indicator PBN/ A1: RNAV 10 (RNP 10) L1: RNP 4

B1: RNAV 5 all permitted sensors O1: Basic RNP 1 all permitted sensors B2: RNAV 5 GNSS O2: Basic RNP 1 GNSS B3: RNAV 5 DME/DME O3: Basic RNP 1 DME/DME B4: RNAV 5 VOR/DME O4: Basic RNP 1 DME/DME/IRU B5: RNAV 5 INS OR IRS S1: RNP APCH B6: RNAV 5 LORAN C S2: RNP APCH with barometric vertical

navigation C1: RNAV 2 all permitted sensors T1: RNP AR APCH with RF (authorization required) C2: RNAV 2 GNSS T2: RNP AR APCH without RF (authorization required) C3: RNAV 2 DME/DME C4: RNAV 2 DME/DME/IRU D1: RNAV 1 all permitted sensors D2: RNAV 1 GNSS D3: RNAV Current, 1 DME/DME Flight Planning ICAO (2012) D4: RNAV 1 DME/DME/IRU Federal Aviation Administration

SL-14-FPL Q&A An operator authorized to fly to Hawaii would enter which PBN code in block 18? Flight Planning Current, ICAO (2012) Federal Aviation Administration SL-15-FPL Areas to Spot-Check Block 9 Wake Turbulence Category Block 10 Equipment Block 18 Other Information Flight Planning Current, ICAO (2012) Federal Aviation Administration

SL-16-FPL Practice Exercise 1 Answer Flight Planning Current, ICAO (2012) Federal Aviation Administration SL-17-FPL Review In this lesson we discussed the following topics: Flight planning responsibilities Flight planning guidance ICAO Flight Plan (FPL) Areas to spot-check Flight Planning Current, ICAO (2012) Federal Aviation Administration

SL-18-FPL Objectives You should now be able to: Explain the responsibilities of the certificate holder, dispatch, and flight planning vendor Identify all the authorizations noted on the Flight Plan Identify areas ASI should spot-check in the Flight Plan Identify FAA and ICAO codes Complete a portion of an automated/manual ICAO Flight Plan Flight Planning Current, ICAO (2012) Federal Aviation Administration SL-19-FPL

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