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How the Integrated Dispatch System works

SimBrief's Integrated Dispatch System (IDS for short) is the web's most comprehensive freeware Flight Plan Generator, designed exclusively for Flight Simulation purposes. Based on the industry leading LIDO/Flight software used by many airlines around the world, the IDS fetches real-world aviation data (such as weather, NOTAMs, and AIRAC cycles) and uses it to generate in-depth briefing packages.
The IDS has a number of tabs, including My Options, My Briefing, My Flights, My Fleet, and My Account, each of which will be examined in detail below. This guide also contains an Interactive OFP Sample which offers a section-by-section explanation of a sample flight plan.
Finally, new users can learn the basics in just a few minutes by viewing the website tutorial video! The video examines the flight planning system, points out various features, and explains the AIRAC update process. It can be viewed here.

The Dispatch Options page

Upon their first login to the system, users will be presented with the Dispatch Options page. This is where pilots can set up their departure and destination airports, desired routing, and customize how the flight plan will be formatted. Pressing the "Generate" button at the bottom of the page will begin generating the flight plan with the selected options. The generation process can take anywhere from 5 to 60 seconds, depending on the length and complexity of the flight.
The Dispatch Options page is organised into 7 sections: Flight Info, Aircraft, Optional Entries, Route, Route Finder, ETOPS Scenario, Interactive Route Map, and Selections. In addition, various essential functions are provided along the top of the page:
  • Generate OFPGenerates a flightplan using the options specified.
  • New FlightErases all the options on the page and starts a new flight.
  • Save FlightSaves these options for future use. Saved flights can be viewed, edited, and deleted in the "My Flights" section. Note that subsequent presses of the "Save Flight" button will overwrite the current flight and will not create a new flight. To save a separate flight, you must first start a new flight by clicking the "New Flight" button.
  • Close FlightCloses the options page and returns the user to the My Flights page.

Flight Info contains the required information which must be filled in prior to generating a flight plan. It contains the following fields:
  • AirlineThe 3 letter ICAO identifier for the airline you wish to simulate (ex. DLH).
  • Flight-No.The flight number you wish to use (ex. 401).
  • DepartThe 4 letter ICAO code of the departure airport (ex. EGLL). Hovering over the cloud icon will display a tool-tip containing the current weather at the selected airport.
  • ArrivalThe 4 letter ICAO code of the arrival airport (ex. LFPG). Hovering over the cloud icon will display a tool-tip containing the current weather at the selected airport.
  • AlternateThe 4 letter ICAO code for the desired alternate airport (ex. KORD). This field is automatically calculated when the user enters a valid departure and arrival airport, but may be overridden as required. Hovering over the cloud icon will display a tool-tip containing the current weather at the selected airport.
  • DateThe UTC date of departure.
  • Depart (Zulu)The UTC time of departure.

Aircraft contains aircraft specific options, allowing greater customizablity of flight profiles and weights. It contains the following fields:
  • Airframe This dropdown menu allows you to select from over 50 different aircraft types. If you have created custom aircraft variants (covered later in the "My Fleet" section), they will also be displayed in this list.
  • Climb Profile This dropdown menu allows you to select which type of climb to plan. This is only available for detailed aircraft models. For basic models, "AUTO" will be the only available option.
  • Cruise Profile This dropdown menu allows you to select which type of cruise profile you wish to plan. Basic models will list only one speed schedule (IAS/Mach), while detailed models may present a variety of speed schedules and/or Cost Indexes. Selecting "CI - AUTO" will use a higher Cost Index if your flight will take longer than scheduled (due to delays or headwinds) and a lower Cost Index if it will be shorter. This saves fuel where possible while maintaining schedule integrity.
  • Descent Profile This dropdown menu allows you to select which type of descent to plan. This is only available for detailed aircraft models. For basic models, "AUTO" will be the only available option.
  • Fuel FactorThis acts as a fuel burn multiplier (ex. P05 equates to +5%). Use this option to correct the calculated fuel burn for a specific add-on.
  • RegistrationThe desired aircraft registration (ex. D-AIKJ).
  • Fin NumberThe desired aircraft tail number (ex. 137).
  • SELCAL CodeThe desired aircraft SELCAL code (ex. DSGQ).
  • ATC CallsignThe desired ATC callsign, if different from the flight number (ex. ABC1234).

Optional Entries allow users to further customize their flight plans. These fields are automatically calculated once a user enters a valid departure and arrival airport, but they may be modified as required. Available fields include:
  • Time EnrouteThe estimated flight time from gate to gate.
  • Dep RwyThe planned departure runway.
  • Arr RwyThe planned departure runway.
  • Taxi Out/Taxi InThe planned taxi time on departure and on arrival, in minutes.
  • Extra FuelUse this option to specify the amount of Extra Fuel you would like to plan, in addition to the final fuel figure determined by the system.
  • AltitudeThe desired cruising altitude in feet (ex. 36000). Leaving this field blank (or entering "AUTO") will have the system calculate a valid altitude for you when planning the flight.
  • PassengersThe desired number of passengers to transport, used in weight calculations. The system calculates 230 lbs per passenger (175 for the person, 55 for their bags) and adds this weight to the aircraft's OEW (Empty Weight) to derive the ZFW (Zero Fuel Weight).
  • CargoThe desired cargo weight, in thousands of pounds or thousands of kilograms depending on the units option. As passenger bags (55 lbs per passenger) are automatically added in conjunction with the "Passengers" field, use this option only for freight or additional bags.
  • ZFWThe desired Zero Fuel Weight. If specified, this option overrides the ZFW calculated by the system and deactivates the "Passengers" and "Cargo" options. However, should the provided ZFW be either below the aircraft's empty weight, above the aircraft's Max ZFW, or result in the aircraft being above the MTOW, the specified value will be reduced/increased as required.
  • Captain NameEnter your full name here. Different OFP formats display this differently.
  • ID NumberDifferent OFP formats display this differently, normally placed where a pilot's employee number would go on a real flight plan.

The Route section lets you input your desired route and provides various resources to help you. If the city pair you enter has already been flown by another user, the route box may get auto-filled as you type in your departure and arrival airports. You are in no way obligated to use this route and may modify/erase it to suit your needs.

For added convenience, A list of the 5 most recent routes used by SimBrief users for this city pair is provided on the right. Simply click on one of the routes to copy it into your route box. In addition, a collection of quick links to popular flight planning websites is provided above the route box. Pilots are encouraged to use these links to significantly speed up their search for a route.

Once you have entered your route, you can check its validity against your currently selected AIRAC cycle by using the "Analyze Route" button. The system will parse your route and report any unrecognized airways or fixes. Once complete, it will also portray the route as it interprets it on the "Interactive Route Preview" map. This function makes it easy to visually inspect your route to ensure the system reads it correctly.

When entering your route, please observe the following guidelines to ensure it is parsed correctly by the system:

The route field accepts most standard flight plan formats, while the preferred route format is for all waypoints, SIDs, STARs, and airways to be separated only by spaces:
HAROB3 ERAVE Q1 PYE GOLDN5
Custom lat/long coordinates are accepted, however they must be defined in one of 2 ways, the Flightaware format or the ICAO format:
60* 00'N 045* 00'W = 6000N 04500W or 60N045W
30* 50'N 120* 22'W = 3050N 12022W or 3050N12022W
24* 35'S 050* 30'E = 2435S 05030E or 2435S05030E
34.950*S 101.800*W = 3457S 10148W or 3457S10148W
Altitude changes along your route of flight can be defined using the ICAO standard format (WPT/N0000F000):
BEMOG Q919 YSP J525 VLR/N0460F360 J500 YDC J504 BOOTH
In this case, after VLR VOR, set true airspeed to 460kts and plan a climb to FL360. Speed/altitude changes can also be defined in km/h and meters (WPT/K0000S0000), however they will be converted to knots and feet by the system and will not affect the final flight plan units. Note that if any altitude changes are detected in the route, the "Plan Stepclimbs" option will be disabled.

Only current NAT tracks are detected at this time. Therefore, if using a historical route (not from today's date) you must include the track waypoints in your route to be processed by the navlog generator. For example:
BETTE3 BETTE ACK BRADD N53B YYT NATV GISTI SLANY UL9 STU UP2 OKESI Y3 BEDEK OCK2F
Becomes:
BETTE3 BETTE ACK BRADD N53B YYT NOVEP 48/50 50/40 52/30 53/20 MALOT GISTI SLANY UL9 STU UP2 OKESI Y3 BEDEK OCK2F
The following would be equally valid as well:
BETTE3 BETTE ACK BRADD N53B YYT NOVEP 48N050W 50N040W 52N030W 53N020W MALOT GISTI SLANY UL9 STU UP2 OKESI Y3 BEDEK OCK2F

BETTE3 BETTE ACK BRADD N53B YYT NOVEP 4800N 05000W 5000N 04000W 5200N 03000W 5300N 02000W MALOT GISTI SLANY UL9 STU UP2 OKESI Y3 BEDEK OCK2F

BETTE3 BETTE ACK BRADD N53B YYT NOVEP 4850N 5040N 5230N 5320N MALOT GISTI SLANY UL9 STU UP2 OKESI Y3 BEDEK OCK2F

The Route Finder is an expandable section which allows users to create a custom route based on their preferences. Several routing preferences can be specified which will modify the resulting route:
  • Estimated Altitude Many airways around the world have altitude restrictions associated with them. The "Estimated Altitude" option tells the Route Finder the approximate altitude this flight will be conducted at, which will in turn allow it to select valid airways for that altitude. This altitude does not have to be valid for direction of flight or meet any airspace restrictions.
  • Estimated TAS This has no impact on the route returned by the Route Finder, but it is used when using the "CFMU Validator".
  • Enable Tracks This checkbox enables or disables the use of NAT Tracks when planning oceanic flights.
  • Use Track This dropdown selection allows the user to force a specific NAT Track when planning oceanic flights. Note that "Enable Tracks" must also be selected.
  • Avoid Airways/
    Fixes/SIDs/STARs
    Any waypoints, airways, SIDs, or STARs typed in this box will be ignored by the Route Finder, if possible. This feature is most useful when trying to plan CFMU-Valid routes. For example, if the CFMU response for a given route indicated that an airway was forbidden, typing that airway into the "Avoid Airways/Fixes/SIDs/STARs" box and regenerating the route will return a route which avoids this airway completely. Often, finding a CFMU-Valid route is as simple as entering any forbidden airways/waypoints into the "Avoid Airways/Fixes/SIDs/STARs" box, regenerating your route, checking if it's CFMU-Valid, and repeating as necessary until a valid route is found.
  • Include Fixes/Segments Any waypoints or airway segments entered in this box will be used in the returned route. For example, if a user wanted the route to pass through "YUL" VOR, they would simply type "YUL" into the "Include Fixes/Segments" box and regenerate their route. Airway segments can be specified in the same way; typing "YUL V316 PESAC" would produce a route containing that airway segment. When finding CFMU-Valid routes, if for example the CFMU response indicated that "STU UP2 NUMPO" is compulsory, entering this airway segment into the "Include Fixes/Segments" may help produce a CFMU-Valid route. If an airway appears in both the "Avoid" and "Include" boxes, the airway will only be used between the fixes specified in the "Include" box but will be avoided everywhere else.
  • Find Route This button generates a new route using the specified Route Finder options. Once generated, the route will appear in the "Route" section and the route will be displayed on the "Interactive Route Preview".
  • Find SID/STAR This button adds SIDs and STARs to the route currently found in the "Route" box. For many airports, SIDs and STARs are runway dependant, so changing your departure or arrival runway can affect which SIDs/STARs are selected. If more than 1 SID/STAR are available for a given route/airport/runway combination, pressing the "Find SID/STAR" button again will cycle through the possible SIDs/STARs.
  • CFMU Validation This button sends the route currently found in the "Route" box to Eurocontrol's FPL validator. If your route enters European airspace, this tool will verify that it meets the multitude of European routing restrictions. Once done, the validator will provide a response; either "NO ERRORS", indicating that the route is valid, or it will list any errors it encountered.
  • Analyze Route This button is the same as the "Analyze Route" button in the "Route" section. It parses the route currently found in the "Route" section and displays it on the "Interactive Route Preview".

CFMU-Valid Routes: CFMU Validation applies to European routes only. In the real world, finding a CFMU-Valid route is required when planning a flight in European airspace. However, for Flight Simulation purposes, this is optional.

Finding CFMU-Valid routes is a trial and error process. Because SimBrief's Route Finder cannot account for the multitude of European Routing Restrictions, it is often necessary to generate a route, check it's CFMU Validity, enter any forbidden airways into the "Avoid Airways/Fixes/SIDs/STARs" text box, regenerate the route, and repeat as necessary until a valid route is found.

The CFMU Validator can return several different kinds of errors. Some of the most common types of errors are listed below, along with the recommended method of resolving them:
  • TRAFFIC VIA MERLY IS ON FORBIDDEN ROUTE REF:[EG2605A] MERLY UL180 SWANY NOT AVAILABLE The "UL180" airway is invalid for this route. Avoid it by typing "UL180" into the "Avoid Airways/Fixes/SIDs/STARs" box.
  • TRAFFIC VIA BAKUR BANBA SLANY IS OFF MANDATORY ROUTE REF:[EG2155A] STU UP2 NUMPO COMPULSORY The airway segment "STU UP2 NUMPO" is mandatory for this route. Force it into your route by typing "STU UP2 NUMPO" into the "Include Fixes/Segments" box.
  • DELOG UN873 DESAB DOES NOT EXIST IN FL RANGE F245..F450 The airway segment "DELOG UN873 DESAB" is not valid between FL245 and FL450. Avoid it by typing "UN873" into the "Avoid Airways/Fixes/SIDs/STARs" box, or specify another "Estimated Altitude".

Finally, if more than one error appears when validating a route, it is usually best to fix the first error only and regenerate your route. Usually by fixing the first error, you will be routed elsewhere causing the other errors to disappear as well.

The ETOPS Scenario is an expandable section which allows users to customize the ETOPS airports for their flight. If this section is not used, the ETOPS Scenario will be auto calculated when the OFP is generated.
  • Target Scenario Use this dropdown box to select which ETOPS rule to use. Leaving this in "AUTO" will select the lowest possible ETOPS rule (the system will first try to find a valid scenario for ETOPS-120, and if one isn't possible, it will progressively move to higher scenarios).
  • Auto Calculate Clicking this button will perform the same auto-calculation that occurs when you generate an OFP without specifying an ETOPS Scenario. The resulting ETOPS Rule and Airports will be displayed in the ETOPS Scenario and can be modified as desired.
  • Entry/Exit Airports These 2 text boxes control the Entry and Exit airports which define the ETOPS segment.
  • Suitable Airports These 6 text boxes define which suitable ETOPS alternates will be used.
  • Verify Inputs This button checks that your selected ETOPS airports and Rule are valid and returns any errors or warnings if they are not.

The Interactive Route Preview allows users to view their route and visualize useful data such as winds aloft, navaids, and airspace boundaries. Note that a route must first be analyzed using the "Analyze Route" button for it to be portrayed on the map.

Selections allows users to choose which options should be displayed in the final briefing. It contains the following fields:
  • OFP LayoutChoose from the list of available Briefing Formats.
  • UnitsChoose which units to use when displaying weight figures.
  • Cont FuelChoose how the system calculates Contingency fuel (as a percentage of the planned fuel burn). In "AUTO" mode, the system plans 5% of the predicted burn or 15 minutes of fuel, whichever is higher.
  • Reserve FuelChoose how much reserve fuel the system should plan. In "AUTO" mode, the system plans 45 minutes reserve for props and 30 minutes reserve for jets.
  • Detailed NavlogChoose whether to generate a detailed waypoint listing. Automatically disabled if no route is entered.
  • ETOPS PlanningChoose whether to find ETOPS alternates if the route requires them. Automatically disabled if "Detailed Navlog" is not selected.
  • Plan StepclimbsChoose whether to determine stepclimb altitudes and apply them to the flight plan. Automatically disabled if "Detailed Navlog" is not selected.
  • Runway AnalysisChoose whether to include a Takeoff and Landing Performance section (TLR). Not supported by all OFP formats.
  • Include NOTAMsChoose whether to include Departure/Arrival/Alternate NOTAMs. ETOPS alternates are included if planned.
  • FIR NOTAMsChoose whether to include FIR enroute NOTAMs. Note that this section can span several pages (40 or more on long routes). Automatically disabled if "Include NOTAMs" is not selected.
  • AIRACDisplays which AIRAC cycle will be used to generate the flight plan. The update button redirects you to the "Account Settings" page, where you can activate updated AIRAC cycles.

The Dispatch Output page

Once a flight plan has been generated, the user is normally automatically redirected to this page. The Dispatch Output page helps users get the most out of their flight plans by providing various links to flight planning resources and printing formats. This page always contains the last briefing generated by a user; even if they were to leave and come back weeks later, this page would still contain data for their most recent flight plan.
The Dispatch Output page has 3 sections: OFP Summary, Tools and Links, and Paperwork Preview.

OFP Summary provides a quick overview of the generated flight plan. Most of the fields have already been covered in the Dispatch Options section, however there are some new fields as well:
  • Air TimeThe estimated flight time from takeoff to touchdown, as calculated by the IDS.
  • Block FuelThe required fuel to be loaded prior to pushback. This is either in LBS or KGS, depending on which units were selected.
  • RoutingThis is the actual route used while generating the flight plan. Note that this route may differ from the one specified in the Dispatch Options page if certain waypoints or airways were found to be invalid.
  • DX RemarksThis section includes the dispatcher's notes, and may include any error messages or planning considerations encountered during the generation process.
Tools and Links lists the available download formats and tools for use with this flight plan:
  • Print/View PDFLaunches a new window containing a PDF copy of this OFP, useful if you want to print the OFP or save a copy to your computer.
  • VATSIM PrefileLaunches a new window containing a prefilled VATSIM flight plan, useful for users wishing to fly their flight on the VATSIM network.
  • Download FMSDownloads the specified flight plan file, to be loaded into the desired add-on when preparing your flight.

Paperwork Preview enables the user to quickly review the flight plan in its entirety. Most of the standard flight plan formats make heavy use of acronyms. Users can use the table below to quickly look up any acronyms they may be unfamiliar with, while those seeking a more detailed explanation can reference the interactive OFP sample a little further on this page:
Acronym Explanation
ACC Accumulated.
AFOB Actual Fuel On Board.
ALTN Alternate Airport.
ARR Arrival Airport.
ATO Actual Time Over.
AW Airway.
BLOCK FUEL Fuel to be loaded prior to pushback.
BLOCK TIME Estimated flight time from gate to gate.
BURN Planned Enroute Fuel Burn.
CAPT Captain.
CI Cost Index.
CLB Climb.
COMP Wind Component.
CONT Contingency Fuel. This is extra fuel to account for unforseen circumstances.
CPT Check Point.
DCT Direct.
DEP Departure Airport.
DIS Distance.
DSC Descent.
DX Dispatcher.
DXP Dispatcher.
EDT Estimated Departure Time.
EET Estimated Enroute Time.
EFOB Estimated Fuel On Board.
ENTRY Entry Point. With regards to ETOPS, the ENTRY point is the point where the aircraft is no longer within 60 minutes of a suitable airport and therefore enters the ETOPS regime.
EST Estimated.
EST FOD Estimated Fuel on Arrival.
ETO Estimated Time Over.
ETOPS Extended-range Twin-engine Operational Performance Standards.
ETP Equal Time Point. With regards to ETOPS, an ETP is the point which is at an equal flying time from 2 ETOPS alternates.
EXIT Exit Point. With regards to ETOPS, the EXIT point is the point where the aircraft exits the ETOPS regime.
EZFW Estimated Zero Fuel Weight.
F/FACTOR Aircraft Fuel Factor.
FCST WX Forecasted Weather.
FIN Aircraft Fin Number.
FL Flightlevel.
FREQ Frequency.
G/C Great Circle Distance.
GC Great Circle Distance.
GS Ground Speed.
GTOW Gross Takeoff Weight.
HW Headwind Component.
ICE% Ice Factor. With regards to ETOPS, this factor is applied in the event of ice accumulation while proceeding to an ETOPS alternate.
IMT Initial Magnetic Track.
ITT Initial True Track.
LDG WT Landing Weight.
LNDG Landing.
MAC Mean Aerodynamic Chord.
MBRF Minimum Brake Release Fuel.
MEL ITEMS A list of unserviceable equipment on the aircraft.
MFOB Minimum Fuel On Board.
MH Magnetic Heading.
MIN DIV Minimum Diversion Fuel.
MN Mach Number.
MORA Minimum Off Route Altitude.
MT Magnetic Track.
N456F370 Planned TAS (456kts) and FL (37000ft) in cruise.
OAT Outside Air Temperature.
OEW Operating Empty Weight.
PAX Passengers.
PFOB Planned Fuel On Board.
PYLD Payload.
RELEASE 1 Flight Plan Version Number.
REM Remaining.
RMKS Remarks.
RWY Runway.
SEL Aircraft SELCAL Code.
SHR Shear. Higher values of this number indicate an increased risk of Clear Air Turbulence.
SOT Shear and Outside Temperature.
TAKEOFF ALTN Takeoff Alternate. Required if the departure weather is below minimums.
TAS True Airspeed.
TDV Temperature Deviation from ISA.
TOC Top of Climb.
TOD Top of Descent.
TOW Takeoff Weight.
TRP Tropopause Height.
TTLT Total Time.
UAD Upper Air Data.
UPLIFT Uplifted Fuel. The amount of fuel (in Liters or Gallons) transfered from the Fuel Truck to the Aircraft.
UTC Coordinated Universal Time.
WTS Weights.
WX Weather.
WX MIN Minimum Weather Required.
XTRA Extra.
XW Crosswind Component.
ZD Segment Distance.
ZFW Zero Fuel Weight.
ZT Segment Time.

The Dispatch Flights page

This page displays both the user's Saved Flights as well as their 10 most recently generated flights. Flights saved via the "Dispatch Options" page appear here to be easily reloaded at a later time.

Clicking the "Load" button next to a flight will bring up the Dispatch Options page, pre-filled with the data from the selected flight. Along the top of the page, options are provided to sort your Saved Flights by Flight Number, Date Modified, and Departure/Arrival Airports.

The Dispatch Fleet page

This section allows users to save their own custom Airframes. The initial page will display all currently saved airframes, providing options to sort them by Registration, Date Modified, and Aircraft Type.

To create a new airframe, simply click the "New Airframe" button. Once you have selected which type of aircaft to base this airframe off of, you will by presented with an Options page allowing you to customize several of the aircraft's weights and characteristics:
  • Civil RegistrationThe aircraft's registration number. This will be pre-filled into the Dispatch Options page when you select this airframe.
  • Fin NumberThe aircraft's fin number. This will be pre-filled into the Dispatch Options page when you select this airframe.
  • SELCAL codeThe aircraft's SELCAL code. This will be pre-filled into the Dispatch Options page when you select this airframe.
  • Weight CategoryThis is used in the ICAO standard flightplan to denote the aircraft's wake turbulence category.
  • Radio/Nav EquipThe aircraft's onboard equipment, used in the ICAO standard flightplan. More information on equipment codes can be found here.
  • TransponderThe aircraft's transponder equipment, used in the ICAO standard flightplan. More information on equipment codes can be found here.
  • PBN CapabilityThe aircraft's Performance Based Navigation capability, used in the ICAO standard flightplan. More information on PBN codes can be found here.
  • Max PassengersSet the maximum passenger capacity for this airframe.
  • OEWSet the Operating Empty Weight for this airframe. Weights must be entered in thousands of pounds, but may be precise up to the pound by using 3 decimal places.
  • MZFWSet the Max Zero Fuel Weight for this airframe. Weights must be entered in thousands of pounds, but may be precise up to the pound by using 3 decimal places.
  • MTOWSet the Max Takeoff Weight for this airframe. Weights must be entered in thousands of pounds, but may be precise up to the pound by using 3 decimal places.
  • MLWSet the Max Landing Weight for this airframe. Weights must be entered in thousands of pounds, but may be precise up to the pound by using 3 decimal places.
  • Max FuelSet the Max Fuel Weight for this airframe. Weights must be entered in thousands of pounds, but may be precise up to the pound by using 3 decimal places.
  • Fuel FactorThe default Fuel Factor to use. This will be pre-filled into the Dispatch Options page when you select this airframe.

Interactive OFP Sample

Users seeking a detailed, section-by-section explanation of their flight plan can use the interactive OFP below. Simply mouse over the area of the Flight Plan you wish to learn about!
Display OFP format:    
[ OFP ]
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ACA0864   08JUN2015    CYUL-EGLL   B77W CFIVM   RELEASE 2343 07JUN15
OFP 7  MONTREAL/PIERRE-ELLI-HEATHROW
               WX PROG 0800 0803 0806 0809   OBS 0718 0718 0718 0718
	
  ATC C/S   ACA864       CYUL/YUL   EGLL/LHR      CRZ SYS      CI 85
08JUN2015   CFIVM        0005/0026  0612/0623     GND DIST      2863
B777-300ER / GE90-115BL2            STA  0630     AIR DIST      2630
                         CTOT:....                G/C DIST      2815
                                                  AVG WIND   255/038
MAXIMUM    TOW 351535  LAW 251290  ZFW 237683     AVG W/C       P040
ESTIMATED  TOW 274032  LAW 230645  ZFW 219271     AVG ISA       P003
                                                  AVG FF KGS/HR 7520
                                                  FUEL BIAS    P01.0
ALTN EGCC                                         TKOF ALTN  .......
FL STEPS CYUL/0330/TUDEP/0340/NETKI/0350
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                        *** ETOPS/ETP FLIGHT ***
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DISP RMKS   ETOPS FUEL REQUIRED
            PLANNED OPTIMUM FLIGHT LEVEL
            FLIGHT IS WEIGHT CRITICAL. POSS PAYLOAD CAP
            CAUTION: DEPARTURE RUNWAY MAY BE INADEQUATE FOR TAKEOFF
            WARNING: FLIGHT TIME EXCEEDS AIRCRAFT RANGE
            ERROR: FIX OR AIRWAY XXXXX NOT FOUND
            ERROR: AIRWAY XXXXX USES INVALID ENDPOINTS
            WARNING: WIND FETCH FAILED, ASSUMED ISA CONDITIONS

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         PLANNED FUEL
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FUEL           ARPT   FUEL   TIME
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TRIP            LHR  43387   0546
CONT 5%               2169   0017
ALTN            MAN   4621   0032
FINRES                3084   0030
ETOPS/ETP                0   0000
FOD ADD                  0   0000
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MINIMUM T/OFF FUEL   53261   0705
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EXTRA                 1500   0012
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T/OFF FUEL           54761   0718
TAXI            YUL    667   0021
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BLOCK FUEL      YUL  55428
PIC EXTRA            .....
TOTAL FUEL           .....
REASON FOR PIC EXTRA ............
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NO TANKERING RECOMMENDED (P)
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I HEREWITH CONFIRM THAT I HAVE PERFORMED A THOROUGH SELF BRIEFING
ABOUT THE DESTINATION AND ALTERNATE AIRPORTS OF THIS FLIGHT 
INCLUDING THE APPLICABLE INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES, AIRPORT 
FACILITIES, NOTAMS AND ALL OTHER RELEVANT PARTICULAR INFORMATION.

DISPATCHER: MELISSA LLOYD               PIC NAME: MAYER, DEREK

TEL: +1 800 555 0199               PIC SIGNATURE: ...............



ALTERNATE ROUTE TO:                                    FINRES   7705
APT      TRK DST              VIA                 FL  WC  TIME  FUEL
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EGCC/05R 330 130     DCT                         160 M014 0032  4621
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MEL/CDL ITEMS DESCRIPTION
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ROUTING:

ROUTE ID: DEFRTE
CYUL/24L DCT AGLUK DCT CEFOU DCT TUDEP NATW NETKI DCT BAKUR UN546
STU UP2 OKESI Y3 BEDEK OCK2F EGLL/27R

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DEPARTURE ATC CLEARANCE:
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                         OPERATIONAL IMPACTS
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WEIGHT CHANGE UP 1.0          TRIP  P 0128 KGS   TIME M 0000
WEIGHT CHANGE DN 1.0          TRIP  M 0089 KGS   TIME P 0000
FL CHANGE     UP FL1                 NOT AVAILABLE
FL CHANGE     DN FL1          TRIP  P 0915 KGS   TIME P 0002
FL CHANGE     DN FL2          TRIP  P 1942 KGS   TIME P 0008
SPD CHANGE    CI 0            TRIP  M 0050 KGS   TIME P 0004
SPD CHANGE    CI 500          TRIP  P 2052 KGS   TIME M 0010
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               ESTIMATED        SKED              ACTUAL

OUT            0005Z/2005L      0005Z/2005L       ......Z

OFF            0026Z/2026L      0026Z/2026L       ......Z

ON             0612Z/0712L      0619Z/0719L       ......Z

IN             0623Z/0723L      0630Z/0730L       ......Z

BLOCK TIME     0618             0625              ......

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                               WEIGHTS
                               -------

                EST      MAX     ACTUAL

PAX             349              ......

CARGO          10.1              ......

PAYLOAD        45.2              ......

ZFW           219.3    237.7     ......

FUEL           55.4     76.1     ......  POSS EXTRA 20.6

TOW           274.0    294.7  LDG......

STAB TRIM                        ......

LAW           230.6    251.3     ......

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                       TERRAIN CLEARANCE CHECK
                       -----------------------
DD CHECK - TERRAIN CLEARANCE CHECK DISABLED

DP CHECK - TERRAIN CLEARANCE CHECK DISABLED
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                             FLIGHT LOG                             
                             ----------                             

MOST CRITICAL MORA 05600 FEET AT CEFOU///MXSHR 09 AT NETKI
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OCEANIC CLEARANCE:
TUDEP 52N050W 54N040W 55N030W 55N020W RESNO NETKI FL340 .83 DMEJ
                                                                    
MAX OCEANIC ENTRY FL350
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AWY                           FL   IMT   MN    WIND  OAT  EFOB  PBRN
POSITION    LAT      EET ETO MORA  ITT  TAS    COMP  TDV
IDENT       LONG    TTLT ATO DIS  RDIS   GS     SHR  TRP  AFOB  ABRN
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                                   034                    54.8   0.7
MONTREAL/PI N4528.2      ...  39   019         P009     
CYUL       W07344.5 0000 ...      2863  489               ....  ....

DCT                          257   077  .78 275/049  M25  51.9   2.8
AGLUK       N4612.6 0009 ...  39   061         P009  P11
AGLUK      W07322.2 0009 ...  47  2816  489          418  ....  ....

DCT                          330   080  .84 260/051  M45  49.3   5.4
T O C       N4636.7 0007 ...  53   062  494    P048  P06
           W07217.1 0016 ...  51  2765  542       3  397  ....  ....

DCT                          330   086  .83 279/071  M46  47.2   7.6
CEFOU       N4744.2 0016 ...  56   065  486    P055  P05
CEFOU      W06900.0 0032 ... 150  2615  541       1  399  ....  ....

GANDER OCEANIC FIR/UIR                                              
-CZQX       N4928.2 0035 ...
           W06100.0 0107 ... 324  2291
	    
          ***SOME WAYPOINTS REMOVED FOR THIS TUTORIAL***

UP2                          350   112  .82 264/055  M51  12.8  42.0
T O D       N5142.5 0006 ...  42   109  477    P050  P04
           W00343.0 0519 ...  52   135  527       4  329  ....  ....

OCK2F                                                     11.4  43.4
HEATHROW    N5128.7 0027 ...                            
EGLL       W00027.7 0546 ... 135                          ....  ....






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   ETOPS/ETP CRITICAL POINT INFORMATION (ETOPS RULE TIME: 138MIN)
   --------------------------------------------------------------

      CRITICAL POINT FOR FUEL REQUIREMENTS: N5503.2 W02132.4

ETOPS INFORMATION
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ETOPS   SAP       ELTME TIME   DIST     MORA    ICE CFUEL  FOB  COND
                   (AAP)        ISA      W/C
		     
ENTRY   CYYR       0220 0150    571      053    0.7  16.0  33.8  DX
N5313.7 W04429.3   (CYQX)       P01     M037

ETP1    CYYR/EGPO  0254 0239  853/1012 053/032  1.0  22.7  29.6  DX
N5428.6 W03616.1              P00/P00 M034/P030

EXIT    EGPO       0357 0131    535      032    0.5  13.0  22.1  DX
N5503.2 W02132.4   (EIKN)       M02     P013
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ENRTE ALTNS  (WEATHER SUITABILITY PERIOD)
CYYR  02:46  07:00    WX MIN:  600-3219     FCST WX:  7000-9999
EGPO  03:20  07:41    WX MIN:  600-3219     FCST WX:  1200-7000


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                          WIND INFORMATION                          
                          ----------------                          

CLIMB            T O C            CEFOU            TUDEP
350 268/056 -49  370 267/062 -54  370 287/073 -54  370 220/071 -51
310 271/052 -39  350 262/056 -50  350 282/074 -50  350 217/080 -51
200 270/048 -14  330 260/051 -45  330 279/071 -46  330 218/080 -50
150 240/036 -08  310 261/047 -40  310 278/063 -41  310 222/070 -46
100 237/029 +03  290 263/044 -34  290 277/056 -36  290 228/059 -42

T O D            DESCENT
390 266/037 -49  350 250/056 -53
370 265/045 -50  310 250/059 -46
350 264/054 -51  200 259/039 -22
330 263/061 -50  150 270/025 -12
310 262/065 -47  100 296/012 -02

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[ ATC Flight Plan ]
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                          ICAO FLIGHT PLAN                           
                          ----------------                           

FF CZULZQZX CZQXZQZX EGGXZQZX EISNZQZX EGTTZQZX
072343 CYULSBFP
(FPL-ACA864-IS
-B77W/H-SDE1E2E3FGHIJ2J3J4J5M1RWXYZ/LB1D1
-CYUL0005
-N0486F330 DCT AGLUK DCT CEFOU DCT TUDEP/M083F340 NATW
 NETKI/N0479F350 DCT BAKUR UN546 STU UP2 OKESI Y3 BEDEK OCK2F
-EGLL0546 EGCC
-PBN/A1B1C1D1L1O1S2 DOF/150608 REG/CFIVM EET/CZQX0108 52N050W0156
 54N040W0238 EGGX0320 55N020W0404 EISN0441 EGTT0510 SEL/DMEJ OPR/ACA
 RALT/CYYR EGPO RMK/TCAS)


[ Additional Info ]
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D I S P A T C H  B R I E F I N G  I N F O    AC0864    CYUL/EGLL


NAT EASTBND TRACKS FLS 320/400 INCLUSIVE JUN 08/0100Z TO JUN 08/0800Z
*********************************************************************
V RIKAL 53/50 55/40 56/30 56/20 PIKIL SOVED
  EAST LVLS 320 330 340 350 360 370 380 390 400
  WEST LVLS NIL
  EUR RTS EAST NIL
  NAR N305A N311A-
W TUDEP 52/50 54/40 55/30 55/20 RESNO NETKI
  EAST LVLS 320 330 340 350 360 370 380 390 400
  WEST LVLS NIL
  EUR RTS EAST NIL
  NAR N275A N279A N281A-
X ALLRY 51/50 53/40 54/30 54/20 DOGAL BEXET
  EAST LVLS 320 330 340 350 360 370 380 390 400
  WEST LVLS NIL
  EUR RTS EAST NIL
  NAR NN245A N251A N253A-
Y ELSIR 50/50 52/40 53/30 53/20 MALOT GISTI
  EAST LVLS 320 330 340 350 360 370 380 390 400
  WEST LVLS NIL
  EUR RTS EAST NIL
  NAR N207A N215A N217A-
Z JOOPY 49/50 51/40 52/30 52/20 LIMRI XETBO
  EAST LVLS 320 330 340 350 360 370 380 390 400
  WEST LVLS NIL
  EUR RTS EAST NIL
  NAR N171C N181F-
  REMARKS:
1.TMI IS 159 AND OPERATORS ARE REMINDED TO INCLUDE THE TMI NUMBER AS
  PART OF THE OCEANIC CLEARANCE READ BACK.
2.ADS-C AND CPDLC MANDATED OTS ARE AS FOLLOWS
  ALL TRACKS 350 360 370 380 390
  END OF ADS-C AND CPDLC MANDATED OTS
3.CLEARANCE DELIVERY FREQUENCY ASSIGNMENTS FOR AIRCRAFT OPERATING
  FROM AVPUT TO TALGO INCLUSIVE:
  AVPUT TO KETLA 132.02, MAXAR TO URTAK 134.2, AVUTI TO JANJO 128.7,
  LOMSI TO RIKAL 135.45, TUDEP TO ALLRY 135.05,
  ELSIR TO JOOPY 128.45, NICSO TO TALGO 119.42
4.80% OF NAVIGATIONAL ERRORS RESULT FROM POOR COCKPIT PROCEDURES.
  ALWAYS CARRY OUT PROPER WAYPOINT PROCEDURES.
5.NAT REGION DATALINK MANDATE PHASE 2A WILL COMMENCE FEB 05 2015 AT
  1130Z.FL350-390 INCLUSIVE ON OR AT ANY POINT ALONG THE OTS
  REGARDLESS OF PUBLISHED ALTITUDES. OPERATORS ATTENTION IS DRAWN
  TO AIC 2/14.
6.OPERATORS ATTENTION IS DRAWN TO NOTAM A0017/13 RE: CHANGE IN
  NEW YORK CENTER OCEANIC CLEARANCE PROCEDURES.
7.OPERATORS ARE ADVISED THAT VERSION 23 OF THE GANDER DATA LINK
  OCEANIC CLEARANCE DELIVERY CREW PROCEDURES IS NOW VALID AND
  AVAILABLE AS NAT OPS BULLETIN 2015-001 ON THE WWW.PARIS.ICAO.INT
  WEBSITE.
8.OPERATORS ARE REMINDED TO FILE PRMS WITH NEW YORK AND GANDER
  CENTRES TO THE FOLLOWING ADDRESSES KZNYZRZD AND CZQXZQZX.-



[ Airport WX List ]
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CYUL --> EGLL    AC   864 / 08JUN2015
LIDO/WEATHER SERVICE       DATE : 07Jun2015   TIME : 23:43 UTC

AIRMETs:
  No Wx data available

SIGMETs:
EGGX  SHANWICK OCEANIC FIR
  WS  SIGMET 01 VALID 080045/080445 EGRR- EGGX SHANWICK FIR 
             EMBD TS FCST WI N5000 W01300 - N5000 W01500 - N5100
             W01500 - N5100 W001300 - N5000 W01300 TOP FL300 MOV
             ENE 40KT WKN=

Tropical Cyclone SIGMETs:
  No Wx data available

Volcanic Ash SIGMETs:
  No Wx data available

Departure:
CYUL/YUL  MONTREAL/PIERRE-ELLIOTT-TRUDEA
  SA  072300  14008KT 30SM BKN220 OVC250 20/07 A2991 RMK CI5CI3 CC
              ASOCTD SLP127 DENSITY ALT 700FT
  FT  072339  0800/0824 14012KT P6SM OVC220
              FM080400 16010G20KT P6SM -SHRA OVC050
              TEMPO 0807/0813 3SM SHRA BR OVC020
              FM081300 17010G20KT 5SM -SHRA BR OVC020
              BECMG 0815/0817 21015G30KT
              FM081800 21015G30KT P6SM BKN020
              BECMG 0822/0824 22010G20KT
              RMK NXT FCST BY 080300Z

Destination:
EGLL/LHR  HEATHROW
  SA  072250  36004KT CAVOK 12/07 Q1034 NOSIG
  FT  071703  0718/0824 36007KT 9999 SCT045
              BECMG 0809/0812 06010KT

Destination Alternates:
EGCC/MAN  MANCHESTER
  SA  072250  AUTO VRB02KT 9999 NCD 08/06 Q1036
  FT  071657  0718/0824 32010KT 9999 SCT040
              PROB30
              TEMPO 0812/0820 8000 -SHRA
              BECMG 0815/0818 02007KT

Critical ETOPS Airports:
CYYR/YYR  GOOSE BAY
  SA  072300  20005KT 15SM SCT060 BKN070 BKN110 15/02 A2988 RMK
              SC4AC2AC1 SLP120
  FT  072330  0800/0824 23008KT P6SM FEW040 BKN070 BKN110
              BECMG 0812/0814 22012G22KT
              FM081800 22012G22KT P6SM BKN050
              TEMPO 0818/0822 P6SM -SHRA
              RMK NXT FCST BY 080600Z

EGPO/SYY  STORNOWAY
  SA  072250  AUTO 25004KT 9999 FEW020/// BKN042/// 07/03 Q1035
  FT  071401  0715/0724 30015KT 9999 FEW014 SCT025
              PROB40
              TEMPO 0715/0718 7000 SHRA BKN012
              BECMG 0721/0724 27005KT


  AIRPORTLIST ENDED


[ NOTAM ]
--------------------------------------------------------------------
LIDO-NOTAM-BULLETIN INCLUDES NOTAM, COMP NOTAM AND AIP-REGULATION
VALID: 1506080005 - 1506080923  STD(EOBT)+TRIP+ALTN+3HRS
ACA 864 /08JUN      OFP-NR: 7
ROUTE:    CYUL - EGLL   ALTN: EGCC
N0486F330 DCT AGLUK DCT CEFOU DCT TUDEP/M083F340 NATW
NETKI/N0479F350 DCT BAKUR UN546 STU UP2 OKESI Y3 BEDEK OCK2F


=================================
DEPARTURE AIRPORT - DETAILED INFO
=================================

CYUL/YUL     MONTREAL/PIERRE-ELLIOTT-TRUDEA
-------------------------------------------

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ AIRPORT ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

05/116                        VALID: 28-MAY-15 1721 - 28-AUG-15 2030
  CYUL TWY D AND K CLSD
05/103                                   VALID: 27-MAY-15 1100 - UFN
  CYUL TWY H CLSD

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ RUNWAY ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

05/121                        VALID: 29-MAY-15 1700 - 22-AUG-15 1930
  CYUL RWY 10/28 CLSD AVBL AS TWY
  MAY 29 1700-0300
  MAY 30 0930-AUG 22 1930

+++++++++++++++++++++++ APPROACH PROCEDURES ++++++++++++++++++++++++

A1637/15                                 VALID: 05-MAR-15 0901 - UFN
  AMEND ILS RWY 24L APCH: PROFILE VIEW:
  ITNIS TO ALNOV: SEGMENT MIN ALT TO READ: 1500

===================================
DESTINATION AIRPORT - DETAILED INFO
===================================

EGLL/LHR     HEATHROW
---------------------

NIL

================================
DESTINATION ALTERNATE AIRPORT(S)
================================

EGCC/MAN     MANCHESTER
-----------------------

NIL

==================================
ETOPS SUITABLE ENROUTE AIRPORTS(S)
==================================

CYYR/YYR     GOOSE BAY
----------------------

NIL

EGPO/SYY     STORNOWAY
----------------------

NIL

==============================
EXTENDED AREA AROUND DEPARTURE
==============================

CZUL         MONTREAL FIR
-------------------------

A2477/15                                 VALID: 09-APR-15 1355 - UFN
  AMEND PUB: PILOTS, PILOTS-IN-COMMAND AND AIR OPR SHALL
  FOLLOW PERMITTED USES OF GNSS IN CANADIAN IFR OPS CONTAINED
  IN AIC 5/15
A0437/13                                 VALID: 07-DEC-13 0900 - UFN
  CPDLC WELCOME MSG WILL BE IMPLEMENTED IN MONTREAL ACC.
  MONTREAL ACC WILL COMMENCE USE OF THE CPDLC WELCOME MSG IN DOM
  AIRSPACE.
  FLW A SUCCESSFULL CPDLC CONNECTION WITH MONTREAL THE FLW UPLINK
  MSG WILL BE SENT TO ACFT VIA CPDLC UM169-FREE TEXT 'THIS IS AN
  AUTOMATED MESSAGE TO CONFIRM CPDLC CONTACT WITH MONTREAL CENTER'
  THE ATSU (AIR TRAFFIC SERVICE UNIT) GROUND SYSTEM IN MONTREAL IS
  EXP A RESPONSE TO THE WELCOME MSG UPON RECEIPT OF THE WELCOME MSG
  AIRCREW ARE REMINDED TO RESPOND WITH DM003-ROGER.

================================
EXTENDED AREA AROUND DESTINATION
================================

EGTT         LONDON FIR/UIR
---------------------------

NIL

=====================================================
EXTENDED AREA AROUND DESTINATION ALTERNATE AIRPORT(S)
=====================================================

EGTT         LONDON FIR/UIR
---------------------------

Please see section EXTENDED AREA AROUND DESTINATION

===============================================
EXTENDED AREA AROUND ETOPS SUITABLE AIRPORTS(S)
===============================================

CZQX         GANDER OCEANIC FIR/UIR
-----------------------------------

NIL

EGPX         SCOTTISH FIR/UIR
-----------------------------

NIL

====================================
AREA ENROUTE DEPARTURE - DESTINATION
====================================

CZQX         GANDER OCEANIC FIR/UIR
-----------------------------------

Please see section EXTENDED AREA AROUND ETOPS SUITABLE AIRPORTS(S)

EGGX         SHANWICK OCEANIC FIR
---------------------------------

NIL

EISN         SHANNON FIR/UIR
----------------------------

NIL

EGTT         LONDON FIR/UIR
---------------------------

Please see section EXTENDED AREA AROUND DESTINATION



[ Company NOTAM ]
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==========
CREW ALERT
==========

SB008/15                                 VALID: 19-MAR-15 2243 - UFN
  SB008/15 COMPANY NOTAM
  RECENTLY A NEW "VERTICAL PROFILE" CHART WAS ADDED TO THE FLIGHT
  MAPS SECTION. THIS CHART SHOWS A SIDE-ON VIEW OF YOUR ROUTE,
  COMPLETE WITH TERRAIN AND TROPOPAUSE CONTOURS, AS WELL AS WIND AND
  TEMPERATURE VALUES FOR DIFFERENT LEVELS. PILOTS SHOULD NOTE THAT
  THE WIND BARBS ON THIS CHART ARE IN FACT INDICATING WIND
  DIRECTION, NOT VERTICAL AIR MOVEMENT AS IT MIGHT APPEAR. IN OTHER
  WORDS, A WIND BARB POINTING UP WOULD INDICATE WINDS FROM THE
  NORTH, RATHER THAN DOWNWARD VERTICAL WINDS.

SB007/14                                 VALID: 12-OCT-14 0330 - UFN
  SB007/14 COMPANY NOTAM
  WHEN PLANNING A COST INDEX, 2 OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE. PILOTS MAY
  EITHER SELECT A SPECIFIC COST INDEX NUMBER FROM THE LIST, OR THEY
  MAY SELECT "AUTO". WHEN PLANNING AN "AUTO" COST INDEX, THE SYSTEM
  WILL REFERENCE THE "TIME ENROUTE" OPTION AND ATTEMPT TO CHOOSE A
  COST INDEX WHICH CLOSELY MATCHES THIS VALUE. NOTE THAT THE "TIME
  ENROUTE" OPTION IS MEANT AS A GATE TO GATE TIME (AS INDICATED ON
  AN AIRLINE'S FLIGHT SCHEDULE, FOR EXAMPLE). IF A "TIME ENROUTE" OF
  2:30 IS SELECTED, THE SYSTEM WILL SUBTRACT THE TAXI TIMES FROM
  THIS VALUE TO DETERMINE THE SCHEDULED AIR TIME. IT WILL THEN
  DETERMINE AND USE THE COST INDEX WHICH MATCHES THIS AIR TIME.

SB003/13                                 VALID: 13-JUL-13 0320 - UFN
  SB003/13 COMPANY NOTAM
  ALL FLIGHT CREW: PLEASE PAY SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE UNITS
  SELECTION WHEN GENERATING A FLIGHT PLAN. FAILURE TO IDENTIFY THE
  CORRECT UNITS WHEN REFUELING PRIOR TO FLIGHT CAN RESULT IN
  DEPARTING WITH INSUFFICIENT FUEL AND/OR AN ERRONEOUS PAYLOAD.

=============
CREW BULLETIN
=============

NIL


==================== END OF LIDO-NOTAM-BULLETIN ====================


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