Flightplan of private flights

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Flightplan of private flights

Post by aviamoskva » Sun Dec 24, 2006 9:44 pm

I've just bought my first private aircraft, a nice yellow Cub. I have some questions:

1- What is aircraft ident? Is it the reg. number?
2- Two fields for total eet. What are they for?
3- Can I fly to airfields which are not available in FlyNET database yet?

If somebody write an example private flight flightplan, I'll be happy.

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Post by CAPFlyer » Sun Dec 24, 2006 10:22 pm

1) Aircraft IDENT is the same as Registration
2) EET is in hours (first field) and Minutes (second field).
3) No.

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Post by SJDobby » Fri Jun 15, 2007 1:48 pm


I have filed a flightplan in my newly-purchased PA28A private aircraft; the flight is a nice short hop from EGHH to EGHI. In FlyNet I am currently at Heathrow. In order to fly the planned route, do I need to buy a ticket to EGHH or can I fly the EGHH-EGHI route while still "officially" [as far as the virtual-airline operations are concerned] at Heathrow?
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Post by Quantum » Fri Jun 15, 2007 3:39 pm


You will have to buy a ticket to get to wherever your aircraft/flightplan is.


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