September 2015
IFR;Sep2015, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p12
The article discusses several ways through which pilot can file routes they like to actually receive. Topics discussed includes just-file-direct approach to route filing, responsible route filing and direct route filing. Other topics includes the importance of Global Positioning System (GPS)-based navigation to monitor aircraft and flight-planning tools such as FlightAware, Fltplan.com and Garmin Pilot which is used for air traffic control clearances.


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