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CROSS COUNTRY NAVIGATION LOG & FLIGHT PLANNING FORM

Airport Departure Cruise Destination -

Field Elev. (Ind. Alt.)

Altimeter

Temperature

Pressure Alt.

Density Alt.

Crosswinds

Takeoff, Landing Dist. / 50' Obst. /

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RPM: Departure Checkpoints Destination ALT Planned TRUE COURSE PREDICTED WINDS ALOFT DIRECT. VEL. TEMP TAS TRUE HEADING -E / +W VAR

Total Fuel: MAG HEADING +/- DEV COMPASS HEADING

GPH: DIST LEG REM GS EST ACT

Start Fuel: ETE FUEL USED

GPM: VOR FREQ BEARING TO/FROM

Airport & ATIS Advisories Departure Destination

ATE

FUEL REM.

IDENT

Info Time Wind Altimeter Runway Ceiling Visibility

Airport Frequencies & Info Departure Destination

ATIS Approach Tower Ground Departure CTAF UNICOM FSS TPA Pattern Alt. Vne Vno Va Vfe TOTALS: NOTES: (+) 1 Hour Fuel Reserve: Est. Fuel Required: Est. Fuel Remaining: Vglide Emergency No Radio Hijack Squawk 7700 Squawk 7600 Squawk 7500

Pilot Report (Flight Watch 122.0) En Route Airports Elev. Rwy Freqs En Route Airports Elev. Rwy Freqs 1. Aircraft 4. Conditions 2. Position 5. Clouds 3. Time(Z) 6. Altitude

Weather Log Ceiling, Visibility and Precipitation Reported Departure Enroute Destination Forecast Winds Aloft & Temperature Item

Weight & Balance for C172 Weight Arm 48 37 73 95 123 Moment /1000 Light

Light Gun Signals On Ground In Air

Empty Weight Fuel ______G @ 6lb/G Pilot & Front Pass Rear Passengers Baggage 1 Baggage 2 Totals Maximum Weight: Total Weight: Available Weight: Flight Plan

Clr Land Steady Grn Clr Takeoff Rtn 4 Land Flash Grn Clr Taxi Yield, circle Steady Red Stop Unsafe Flash Red Taxi clr rwy Flash White N/A Rtn to start Alt Red/Grn Extreme Caution Weather Briefing (1800 WX BRIEF) 1. Aircraft Number 2. Aircraft Type 3. VFR Private Pilot 4. Route & Altitude 5. Departure (Z) 6. ETE

CG:

Alternate

Notes and NOTAMS 6. Departure Time Proposed (Z) Actual (Z) 7. Cruising Alt.

1. Type

2. Aircraft Identification

3. Aircraft Type / Special Equipment ___________

4.True Airspeed _______ KTS

5. Departure Point __________

VFR IFR N_________ DVFR 8. Route of Flight

9. Destination (Name of airport and city)

11. Remarks 10. EST Time Enroute Hours Minutes

12. Fuel on Board Hours Minutes

13. Alternate Airport(s) 14. Pilot's name, address, telephone number and Aircraft home base On file at Superior Flight School Ph: (770) 422 7465

15. Number Aboard

16. Color of Aircraft

17. Destination Contact / Telephone (Optional)

Open VFR Flight Plan with:

Special Equipment Suffix X - No transponder T - transponder with no altitude encoding capability U - transponder with altitude encoding capability D - DME, no transponder B - DME, transponder with no altitude encoding capability A - DME, transponder with altitude encoding capability M - TACAN-only, no transponder

Close VFR Flight Plan with:

N - TACAN-only, transponder with no altitude encoding capability P - TACAN-only, transponder with altitude encoding capability C - RNAV, transponder with no altitude encoding capability R - Required Navigational Performance. (Denotes capability to operate in RNP designated airspace and routes.) I - LORAN, VOR/DME, or INS, Transponder with Mode C W - Reduced Vertical Separation Minima (RVSM) G - GPS/GNSS equipped aircraft with en route, terminal, and GPS approach capable Y - LORAN, VOR/DME, or INS with No Transponder

Acft. Ident. Pos.

Position Report

IFR / VFR Est. Next Fix Name Following Fix

Time

Alt.

Report Conditions Aloft ­ Cloud Tops, Bases, Layers, Visibility, Turbulence, Haze, Ice, Thunderstorms.

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