WWU Internal Flight Plan

This form is used by pilots flying University owned aircraft on cross country flights. It is required by Walla Walla University Aviation regulations. Contact an Aviation Director with any questions.
Pilot/Aircraft Information
* Full Name
* Cell Phone Number
* Second Pilot Full Name
Cell Phone Number
* Are you splitting time?
* Aircraft Type / Special Equipment
* Aircraft Identification
* Aircraft Identification
* Aircraft Identification
* Aircraft Identification
Flight Information
* Flight Type
What type of Flight Rules?
* Departure Date: * Departure Time: :
* Departure Point (ex. KALW, S98...) * Altitude (ex. 8,500ft = 085)
* Route of Flight
Ex. (KALW-KPSC-S98-KALW) or (KALW V520 PSC V204 KYKM)

* Destination (ex. KALW, S98...) * Estimated Time Enroute (HHMM)
* Fuel On Board (HHMM) Alternate (ex. KALW, S98...) * Number Aboard
Remarks
Names of Passengers, Stopovers, Special Flight Intentions...etc.

Destination Contact
* Is this an overnight trip?
* Return Date: * Return Time: :
First Name: Last Name: Phone Number: Address:
City: State:
* First Name: * Last Name: * Phone Number: Address: City: State:
Spidertracks Public Link
Would you like a Spidertracks tracking link for this flight?
Great! Have anyone following your trip visit fly.wallawalla.edu/spidertracks! Be sure to tell them which aircraft you will be in and when you’ll be in flying.

This is not a substitute for an official FAA flight plan.

As per WWU Aviation Regulations you are required to file an FAA flight plan in addition to this internal WWU flight plan for all cross country flights. This WWU flight plan will be kept on file and used in conjuction with Spidertracks to follow your flight. FAA flight plans can be filed on some mobile platforms, by using one of the resources listed below, and on all FSS frequencies.
FltPlan.com  |  Duats.com  |  Duat.com  |  1-800-WX-BRIEF

Timestamp
Sun Apr 20, 2014 12:29 pm
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