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Where is the aircraft equipment code?

Where is the aircraft equipment code?

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On the FAA domestic flight plan form (FAA Form 7233-1) the equipment code is a single character placed in block 3 (Aircraft Type / Special Equipment) as a suffix to the aircraft type code.

What are the aircraft codes?

An aircraft type designator is a two-, three- or four-character alphanumeric code designating every aircraft type (and some sub-types) that may appear in flight planning….List of aircraft type designators.

ICAO code IATA type code Model
A346 346 Airbus A340-600
A359 359 Airbus A350-900
A35K 351 Airbus A350-1000
A388 388 Airbus A380-800

Where is the aircraft equipment list?

An airplane-specific list is provided with each individual airplane at delivery and is typically found at the end of the Pilot’s Operating Handbook. The following comprehensive equipment list and the airplane-specific list have a similar order of listing.

What is an aircraft equipment list?

“An equipment list is furnished with the aircraft which specifies all the required equipment, and all equipment approved for installation in the aircraft.

Where do I find my ICAO code?

ICAO codes are commonly seen by passengers and the general public on flight-tracking services such as FlightAware. In general IATA codes are usually derived from the name of the airport or the city it serves, while ICAO codes are distributed by region and country.

What is Canada CFS?

The Canada Flight Supplement (CFS) (French: Supplément de vol Canada) is a joint civil/military publication and is a supplement of the Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP Canada). It is the nation’s official airport directory.

What is a code C aircraft?

Code C Aircraft means an Aircraft with dimensions meeting the specifications in the Aerodrome Reference Code table in Annex 14, Volume I, to the Convention on International Civil Aviation, as may be amended from time to time.

What is an airplane equipment list?

The aircraft equipment list is originally issued by the aircraft manufacturer and is required to be maintained by the Type Certificate Data Sheet (TCDS). An aircraft and its installed components and parts must continually meet the requirements of the original Type Certificate or approved altered conditions.

Where can I find the Minimum Equipment List?

You will mostly find MELs in aircraft operating under Part 121, 125 and 135. The military also uses MELs.

What is an equipment code on a flight plan?

Jump to navigation Jump to search. An equipment code describes the communication (COM), navigation (NAV), approach aids and surveillance transponder equipment on board an aircraft. These alphabetic codes are used on FAA and ICAO flight plan forms to aid air traffic services personnel in their handling of aircraft.

How do I contact Nav Canada flight planning?

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Where do I find the equipment list for flight plans?

For FAA flight plans, there’s a list in the AIM (It’s table 5-1-3). Generally for domestic flight plans you file the “best” equipment you have onboard in working order.

Do I need a login to access the Nav Canada website?

Please consider using a different browser to ensure full functionality of the NAV CANADA website. . They can be found on the “Weather and NOTAM” tab which does not require a login. As of October 10, 2019, all NOTAMs are provided in the ICAO NOTAM format and are no longer associated to an aerodrome NOTAM File.