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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
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