Fuel Definitions Verbatim. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. xcvelocity27. Terms in this set (3) Joker Fuel. Is a pre briefed fuel state needed to terminate an event and transition to the next phase of flight. Bingo Fuel. Is a pre briefed fuel state that allows the aircraft to return to the base of intended landing or an alternate, if required.
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The C-210 landed on the runway after announcing 'BINGO FUEL.' Noting that the C-210 was not going around, the Tower told the C-172 to start an immediate take-off roll prior to the C-210 landing. Aggressive braking by the C-210 pilot led to the aircraft making a 180-degree turn on the runway resulting in a blown right main gear tire. Closest proximity to the preceding aircraft reported by the.
FAASTeam Safety Notice dated July 31, 2012, “Bingo Fuel is military slang for the minimum fuel required for a comfortableAccording to the and safe return to base. The purpose of this site is to quickly create a flight plan for FS 2004, FS X, X-plane, FlightGear or other add-ons with estimated fuel quantity calculation. for X-Plane FMS, FS9, FSX and planes with FMCs. C, which stands for mean.
And bingo fuel is the exact minimum amount of fuel a jet needs to get back and land on its designated runway. Some of these terms pop up in a 1954 New York Times Magazine article called “Jet-Stream of Talk.” Imaginary Noun Word Game.
Bingo is a term used in naval aviation on almost every mission from the aircraft carrier unless your conducting blue water operations (no suitable landing field within range). It's normally the amount of fuel necessary to reach a suitable landing site plus 30 minutes, but this also depends on the aircraft in question. Reasons to bingo are numerous, the pilot can't get aboard at night, theree's.
I was the first to reach bingo fuel, so I called for the fight to end and announced my fuel state. The flight lead then called for everyone to rejoin on him and he started heading home, turning away from me and pointing toward home base. At this point I was 5 miles away from the other three F-15s, who were flying at 400 knots directly away from me. Trying to catch them with military power.
A E R O F I L E S. AvSpeak A Glossary of Aviation Terms and Abbreviations Aviation related terms and definitions used in association with civil flight obtained from the Code of Federal Regulations, Federal Aviation Regulations, and many other sources (general abbreviations and those specific to Aerofiles can be found on our Codes page). Cross references are in CAPITAL letters.
MINIMUM FUEL- Indicates that an aircraft's fuel supply has reached a state where, upon reaching the destination, it can accept little or no delay.This is not an emergency situation but merely indicates an emergency situation is possible should any undue delay occur. Minimum fuel is a radio call a pilot should make to ATC when he doubtful as to whether he has enough fuel to go past his.
Minimum fuel - The term used to describe a situation in which an aircraft’s fuel supply has reached a state where the flight is committed to land at a specific aerodrome and no additional delay can be accepted. (PANS-ATM, Doc 4444) In circumstances where an aircraft has declared minimum fuel or is experiencing an emergency, or in any other situation wherein the safety of the aircraft is not.
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CHAPTER 4 JET AIRCRAFT FUEL AND FUEL SYSTEMS The purpose of the aircraft fuel system is to deliver a uniform flow of clean fuel under constant pressure to the engine under all operating conditions. To accomplish this task, the fuel system must be properly maintained. The Aviation Machinist’s Mate (AD) is responsible for maintaining and troubleshooting the fuel system, understanding the.
Courtesy of Federal Aviation Administration, Western-Pacific Region, Los Angeles, CA Print one bingo card for each player (limit 67 players). Print bingo Call Names. Cut out Call Names and place in a container. Randomly select one Call Name at a time and announce it to players. Players listen for Call Names to be announced. Players mark their Call Name square with candies, pennies, dry beans.
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A pertinent regulation, if I have it correctly, is FAR 121.639—Fuel supply: All domestic operations. No person may dispatch or take off an airplane unless it has enough fuel—(a) To fly to the airport to which it is dispatched; (b) Thereafter, to fly to and land at the most distant alternate airport (where required) for the airport to which dispatched; and (c) Thereafter, to fly for 45.