The best military flight plans

I have dedicated many hours to reviewing flight plans and fine-tuning these routes for everyone, so I hope you enjoy them! The four flights were indeed real and were operated by a C-17 with registration number 05-5140 between August 18th and the 21st. I also have some civilian routes that will most likely be posted later today or tomorrow for the Boeing 757.

Aircraft - C-17

Route 1. KRIV to KSUU

BRIEE PUNIE WODOR CORRI JESRA HTCHR ZIRES AWALI HAXEK

Information:

Time - 23:10 UTC
Altitude - 30000 FT
Speed - 303 Knots Airspeed/Mach 0.81
Spawn stand - MIL C04
V NAV - AWALI 19000 FT, HAXEK 6150 (Only for tactical approach)
Departure- Runway 32
Departure - After takeoff fly runway heading (318) for 1 minute than turn left heading 173
Landing - Runway 21R
Landing - Taxi to 900 Ramp 900E

Route 2. KSUU to PHIK/Daniel K. Inouye International Airport

FIDAT FIRTO YAPUB BAART UNADY MASAE IBICU KEOKI

Information:

Time - 2:50 UTC
Altitude - 30000 FT
Speed - 250 Knots Airspeed
Spawn stand - 900 Ramp 900E
V NAV - MASAE 9300 FT, IBICU 7900 FT, KEOKI 5200 FT
Departure - Runway 21R
Departure - Fly runway heading for 2 minutes than engage L NAV
Landing - Runway 4R
Landing - Taxi to Military Apron 9

Route 3. PHIK/Daniel K. Inouye International Airport to PGUA

HAURY NONNI BRIUN 19E70 18E60 STINE BAGBE SIDPE

Information:

Time - 3:30 UTC
Altitude- 30000
Speed - 265 Knots Airspeed
Spawn stand - Military Apron 9
V NAV - BAGBE 14200FT, SIDPE 3000
Departure- Runway 8R
Departure - Fly runway heading for 5 seconds than turn right heading 166
Landing - Runway 06R
Landing - Taxi to South Ramp S 6-06

Route 4. PGUA to YSRI

CLANS EGEBE 21S55 ATROP SCO BOSUN RUNNA BEROW

Information:

Time - 10:05 UTC
Altitude - 30000
Speed - 250 Knots Airspeed
Spawn stand - South Ramp S 6-06
V NAV - BOSUN 21000, RUNNA 7200, BEROW 2900 (Active V NAV 4 minutes before BOSUN)
Departure - Runway 24L
Departure - Fly runway heading for 5 seconds before turning left heading 150
Departure - Fly heading 150 for 1 minute before turning left heading 137
Landing - Runway 28
Landing - Taxi to stand Charlie 2

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1, SO DOING LIKE 90% OF THESE

2, some things about HNL

and/or 8L.

PHNL*

And/or 8R 😈

UPS actually sometimes uses 8R with their 748ʻs

Landing runway 8L is an option and as I’m sure you know, it’s preformed regularly. However on the specific flight KSUU to PHNL the real aircraft landed on 4R. And PHIK is the ICAO for Hickam AFB which is where the aircraft went so I decided to use the ICAO for Hickam instead of Daniel K. Inouye PHNL.

Yes I saw that the other day on FR24.

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its not a seperate airport tho…did wikipedia say that or something lmao

There are quite a few airports like this where part of the airport is a military base while the other is commercial. SLC is like this where the east side and rwy 17/35 are in their own world even though it’s the same airport. They also gave it a complete different name, which I don’t remember honestly lol

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like Charleston? ok i get it now

Good stuff man 👏👏👏👏

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No I just chose to use that ICAO even tho they use the same runways.

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