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Contribution of planning fuel burn off to reduce pollution
History of Flightplanning Short Range Flights were based on standard Wind Components, Aircraft Weights Correction only in worse case
History of Flightplanning 390 350 310 Climb Add Desc. Corr. BA
History of Flightplanning New Flightplanning Programs for Shortrange flights were not any more based on standard/statistical data but used forecasted Upper Air Data Actual Aircraft Weights
BA History of Flightplanning 390 350 310 Climb Add Desc. Corr.
Flightplanning Situation Today
Minimum Fuel Minimum Cost Minimum Time Minmum Distance
More Exact Climb Profiles
More Exact Fuel Calculation
Aim is Reduction of Pollution Operators decide most Economic Pilots get more Information to do their part New Technologies and The Awareness to our Environment helps to KEEP OUR AIR CLEAN
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CDOs – the flightdeck perspective Captain Spencer Norton AOA Environment Conference 28 th April 2014.
Lecture X: Wind Factors
En Route Performance CPL Performance.
Chapter 9: Weather Forecasting Surface weather maps 500mb weather maps Satellite Images Radar Images.
Flying Further Than Any Other Aircraft in History
Aircraft Performance. TEMP = 98 PA = 4750’ DA = 8000’ DA = 3000’ PA = 4750’ TEMP = -8 F TEMP = +18 C.
Zuliana-July Lecture 1: INTRODUCTION AIRCRAFT MASS (WEIGHT) & PERFORMANCE By: Zuliana Ismail, 2010.
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Air Quality Profile of California National Association of Clean Air Agencies Spring Membership Meeting May 17, 2010 James M. Goldstene Executive Officer.
By Anthony, Reuben and Micheal
CAEP Working Group 3 Emissions Technical Issues Robert J. Shuter Rapporteur WG 3.
Takeoff Performance Jet Aircraft Performance
AVAT11001: Course Outline 1.Aircraft and Terminology 2.Radio Communications 3.Structure, Propulsion, Fuel Systems 4.Electrical, Hydraulic Systems and Instruments.
Lecture 11: Flight Management System (FMS)
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