When conducting bizav ops to Kenya, you don’t need to show documentation to Air Traffic Control (ATC) in order to file a flight plan. Kenyan authorities, however, require a special form to be used in order to successfully file a compliant and valid flight plan. Also, there are a couple of weather […]
For business aircraft operators, flight planning for Costa Rica is a straightforward process if the destination is an international airport. Additional considerations apply for any operation to domestic airfields within the country […]
While Venezuela is a straightforward operating environment from the flight planning perspective, there are unique considerations to be mindful of in this operating arena. If you have unpaid navigation (nav) fees, for example, your outbound flight plan will not be accepted by Venezuelan authorities.
Argentina has a number of unique procedures and requirements in terms of filing and revising flight plans. The most practical way for business aircraft operators to deal with flight plan filing/revisions when operating to Argentina is with the assistance […]
For business aircraft operators, flight planning in Ireland is a relatively straightforward process, as you long as you plan in advance and understand the operating environment. However, it’s important to be aware that any changes or delays to your flight plan may impact Eurocontrol-issued airway slots […]
While flight planning in France is a fairly routine process, it’s important to be aware of flight plan format and lead time nuances in order to avoid delays. Your 3rd-party provider will help with procedural requirements, and your local ground handler can assist in reducing, or […]
Reviewing NOTAMs is a key element in trip planning and the day-of-operation orchestration of a business aviation flight. There are several methods of obtaining NOTAMs, and they can be accessed in different formats, but best practice is to review all NOTAMs for departure, destination, and alternate airport on your flight plan […]