Flight Plan Form

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
FAA

FLIGHT PLAN

(FAA USE ONLY)
  • PILOT BRIEFING
  • STOPOVER
  • VNR
TIME STARTED SPECIALIST INITIALS
1. TYPE 2. AIRCRAFT IDENTIFICATION 3. AIRCRAFT TYPE/SPECIAL EQUIPMENT 4. TRUE AIRSPEED KTS 5. DEPARTURE POINT 6. DEPARTURE TIME 7. CRUISING ALTITUDE
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  VFR PROPOSED (Z) ACTUAL (Z)
  IFR
  DVFR  
8. ROUTE OF FLIGHT
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9. DESTINATION (Name of airport and city) 10. EST. TIME ENROUTE 11.REMARKS
HOURS
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MINUTES
12. FUEL ON BOARD 13. ALTERNATE AIRPORT(S)
14. PILOT'S NAME, ADDRESS & TELEPHONE NUMBER & AIRCRAFT HOME BASE
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15. NUMBER ABOARD
HOURS MINUTES 17. DESTINATION CONTACT/TELEPHONE (OPTIONAL)
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16. COLOR OF AIRCRAFT CIVIL AIRCRAFT PILOTS. FAR Part 91 requires you file an IFR flight plan to operate under instrument flight rules in controlled airspace. Failure to file could result in a civil penalty not to exceed $1000 for each violation (Section 901 of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958, as amended). Filing of a VFR flight plan is recommended as a good operation practice. See also Part 99 for requirements concerning DVFR flight plans.
(Copy of) FAA Form 7233-1 (8-82) CLOSE VFR FLIGHT PLAN WITH______________FSS ON ARRIVAL

 

DON'T FORGET TO CLOSE YOUR FLIGHT PLAN ! ! !