Best Navigation Practices

 

Navigation best practice (planning and flying) has recently come under the spotlight due to continuing airspace infringements and poor radio telephony (R/T) skills.

Various organisations such as GASCo, AOPA and NATS have initiatives to help alleviate this problem aimed at pilots, students and instructors.

Right here, we have consolidated into one place below what we consider to be best practice for Navigation.

We don't just tell you the best practices, but also the reasonings behind those practices. We believe that if you understand the reasoning, you'll be more likely to both remember and use those practices in your everyday flight planning.

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