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Isolated aerodrome

Revision for “Isolated aerodrome” created on September 24, 2013 @ 07:07:16

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Isolated aerodrome
<strong>Isolated aerodrome
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If acceptable to the Authority, the destination aerodrome can be considered as an isolated aerodrome, if the fuel required (diversion plus final) to the nearest adequate destination alternate aerodrome is more than:

-For aeroplanes with reciprocating engines, fuel to fly for 45 minutes plus 15 % of the flight time planned to be spent at cruising level or two hours, whichever is less; or
-For aeroplanes with turbine engines, fuel to fly for two hours at normal cruise consumption above the destination aerodrome, including final reserve fuel.

Source: EU-OPS



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