5.12 Manual Flight Plan Release

If a computer flight planning failure occurs flight dispatchers will forward the following information to the Pilot-in-command. (this is an example only and should be modified to address the air operators needs)

Example:

The following is an example message for manual flight planning:

Please hold for Captain (name)

Dispatcher (name) releases FLT 1234/dte YYZ/YUL MIN 13200 MTOW 57500 ALTN YOW
PLNG YYZ-YUL FL150/TMP STD M4/COMP P20K/DIST 390 NM/TIME 1:30/BURN 7500
ALTERNATE YOW FL 6000/TMP STD/COMP M10K/DIST 90NM/TIME:30/BURN 2500
ADNL 1000 PLND FOR ATC/FOD 5700
MTOW 57500 GOOD TO 23C RWUNWAY 06L PRES 29.92
ROUTEING (planned with ATC) (YYZ-SID --------------YUL) DEPARTURE TIME 1400Z TAS 245 kts ETE ****.

(Abbreviations: 1234= flight number, dte = date of operation, YYZ/YUL departure and destination stations, MIN = minimum fuel, MTOW = Max Take-off Weight, ALTN = alternate, FL = Flight Level, TMP = temperature, M = MINUS, P = PLUS, COMP = average component for route using the M or P for Plus or minus components, DIST = distance, ADNL = additional fuel, TAS =true air speed, ETE estimated time enroute.)

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