There’s a great tutorial series made by @Brandon_Sandstrom covering it here:
In anticipation of global I thought it would be fitting to go thru flight planning step by step. In this series we will be going thru all the necessary steps to properly flight plan for global. We will address these areas.
Route Part 1
SIDs, Enroute charts, STARS, & Approach plates. Part 3
Weight & balance, Filing a flight plan, NOTAMS. Part 4
We will be going step by step thru one route that you can fly at the end.
First we are going to start off with our rou…
Welcome back to the flight planning series. I know that
part 1 was a bit boring for most of you. This one will be a bit more in depth as we talk about aviation weather. What to look for, and what to try to avoid.
Weather is a huge part of aviation and could potentially be put into a 2,000 page book. We are going to be simple and just talk about quick references,and winds aloft charts.
We won’t be talking about aerodrome weather for METAR & TAF help click Here.
We can fin…
Welcome everyone to the third part in the flight planning series. We have a lot of things to cover in this part. Today we will be talking about getting in and out of the aerodrome on an instrument procedure. As well as some in route information.
Common symbols you’ll need to know. Altitude & Speed found at the
Know your altitude and speed symbols. Know weather you need to be at a certain altitude/ speed, and maintain it or if that’s the maximum or minimum.
Welcome back to the fourth and final installment of the flight planning series. Also the part you have all been waiting for the Global release. Today I will walk you thru setting up this route and flight plan we have been planning throughout this series. I’ll give you all the tips, and tricks you need to complete a successful flight.
Weight & Balance
So let’s talk about our weight and balance. This is the page we will be adding fuel, passengers, and cargo.
This page is set up …