FAA 7233-1 PDF

Airmen (Pilots, Mechanics, others) Forms. Airmen Certification; Flight Planning. Flight Plan; Pre-Flight Pilot Checklist and. The FAA will implement flight plan filing for civil aircraft using a format that aligns with The new format appears on FAA Form , FAA International Flight. Department of Defense flights who may continue to use the format prescribed in FAA Form , and sub part b, c, and d (below) do not.

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The official airway designator must be filed. After departure, transmit the information to all new addresses who are affected by the change. This field must indicate the filed true airspeed in knots or Mach number. Go to Chapter 6 Table of Contents.

FAA Form 7233-1

See subpara c14 h 1 [b] for delays not involving a change of altitude stratum. If an attempt is made to amend Field 02 within a multiple amendment message or to amend Field 02 to M, the following rejection message is returned: The route of flight consists of departure point or pickup point PUPthe route of flight, and normally a destination followed by a space character a Field 10 is a fixed sequence field and must begin with a fix; for example, fix, airway, fix, airway etc.

Required for SOM recognition. Altitudes or flight levels, as appropriate, must be expressed in hundreds of feet, but without leading zeros.

Two-to-five characters identifying a navigational aid, three characters of azimuth expressed in degrees magnetic, and three characters of distance expressed in nautical miles from the navigational aid. Consists of two-to-seven characters followed by a space character.


The last element of the amended data must match the first element of the remaining nonamended data, otherwise the following rejection message is returned: Some of the principal uses of coded routes are as follows: IFR Flight Plans We all know that when you fly an IFR flight you must have a flight plan in the system, and you must have been issued a clearance before you enter controlled airspace. Same as subpara c1.

Standard Briefing – FAA Form

A fix must be filed in one of the following ways: Separate messages are also required for any other en route delays if a change of altitude stratum is proposed at the delay point. Leading zeros are required, and the time en route is expressed in hours and minutes. Where Fields 06, 07, and 10 are amended with a single AM message, the following rules apply: Departure 723-31 or Coordination Fix Field The first data field of a message need not be preceded by a space.

If such an amendment is attempted, the following error message is returned: What would you do if you were injured and needed medical attention? Nine or ten characters required followed by a space character in the following order: In fact, the FAA prefers that you use this form.

Discrete elements of information within a field are separated by delimiters, generally slashes oblique strokes or periods. Such contacts permit significant information to be passed to the transition aircraft and also serve to check the progress of the flight should it be necessary for any reason to locate the aircraft.

If remarks are not present, no space is required and Field F End of Message should be the next entry. Transmit flight plans as follows: Why not take advantage of this free insurance? First, the field to be amended must be identified, then the amended information given.


This means that when you file a domestic flight plan, you won’t be eligible for RNAV departure or arrival procedures, but you can still be assigned conventional non-RNAV procedures. Remarks for flight plans filing a terminal area faz must contain the airport identifier at which the delay will occur, followed by the faq D, followed by the duration of the delay in hours plus minutes, followed by the destination airport.

NA50 [f] Stereo Routes. Flight plan data messages must be addressed to the computer only.

Proposed Departure Time Field Originator Line Field C. Field to be Revised. Let’s review the three steps in the flight-planning process: Consists of eight-to-eleven alphanumeric characters in the following sequence: RBV [d] Military Routes. Otherwise, the following is returned: When multiple two or more flight plans are received from the same aircraft, or for flight plans which propose alternating VFR and IFR, stopover, or terminal area delay, the station receiving the flight plans transmits separate flight plans to the appropriate ARTCCs for each IFR portion faz segment.

Route of Flight Field We all know that when you fly an IFR flight you must have a flight plan in the system, and you must have been issued a clearance before you enter controlled airspace.