Lloyd Clark

Master Flight Planner and Route Builder Lloyd Clark is a licensed FAA dispatcher who has been with Universal since 1988. With over his 26 + years in the aviation industry Lloyd has developed particular expertise in general aviation flight planning and efficient route building tailored to his clients' particular requirements. Lloyd spent two years working with Universal Aviation prior to his current position and has been recognized as an Employee of the Month. He can be reached at lloydclark@univ-wea.com.

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Flight Route Planning Pitfalls: Part 2 – Complexities and Solutions

Flight Route Planning Pitfalls: Part 2 – Complexities and Solutions

For business aircraft operators, certain regions of the world are more complex than others in terms of route planning and associated restrictions. Understanding all the complexities upfront and planning well in advance – including having a Plan B – is best practice for avoiding the […]

March 4, 2015 | 0 Comments More
Flight Route Planning Pitfalls: Part 1 – What to Watch For

Flight Route Planning Pitfalls: Part 1 – What to Watch For

Business aircraft operators experienced in international operations know that routings based solely on great circle route and predicted winds are often not ideal, won’t be approved, or are not even feasible. This is due to a seemingly endless assortment of routing restrictions in place worldwide. Preferred routings – and routings based on specific airway requirements – will dictate your ultimate flight plan routing. Start your planning process as early as possible in order to obtain the […]

February 18, 2015 | 0 Comments More