zee73 wrote:QNH =Queens natural height,QNE=queens natural elevation ,QFE =Queens feild elevation ,
or u can use qubec instead of queen
BravoOne wrote:Both Archie and Zee73 are spot on.
26point2 wrote:Surprises me that QFE is used any more these days. Do some airlines still mandate use of QFE on every approach as they used to? Does American Airlines still use QFE?
XAM2175 wrote:I feel compelled to point out that zee73 has answered a thread that was last posted to sixteen years ago.
BravoOne wrote:Sorry my previous post was directed to SAAFNAV. I assume he is a current or former South African Air Force Navigator and if so, must experience using QFE along with the rest of the Q Codes.
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