Keep in touch with your local Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) or your Principal Operations Inspector (POI) if you have questions.I will be glad to help in anyway I can just send me an email.If you would rather have ACCG do it email the aircraft make and model.
The satisfactory accomplishment of all procedures is primarily the responsibility of the aircraft operator.
This responsibility may be delegated to qualified persons when published in the operator’s manual or MEL.
An operator authorized to use an approved MEL issued for a specific aircraft under part 121, 125, or 135 shall use that MEL in connection with operations conducted with that aircraft under part 91 without additional approval requirements.
This includes situations where the aircraft is be operated by a certificated air carrier as well as operated by a separate part 91 operator.
will likely result in your flight plan being rejected.
Although due to publication cycles, the revised suffix table will be published in the August 4, 2005 edition of the AIM, users are cautioned to continue to use the suffixes defined in the February 17, 2005 edition of the AIM until September 1, 2005.d.
Phase 3 was implemented on January 20, 2005 to coincide with RVSM implementation in the domestic U. For flight in RVSM airspace, aircraft with RNAV and RVSM capability, but not Advanced RNAV capability, will file /W.
Filing /W will not preclude such aircraft from filing and flying direct routes in enroute airspace.
will also file the appropriate ICAO Flight Plan suffixes to indicate navigation and communication capabilities.
The equipment suffixes contained in the attached table are for use only in FAA Flight Plan (FAA Form 7233-1).
The FAA will not issue more than one MEL per aircraft.