|Quoting Bruce (Thread starter):|
Now I've looked up the navaids and fixes. First of all, what is the difference between one dot and two dots?
|Quoting Goldenshield (Reply 1):|
The 0052 is the time enroute using the given route and filed true airspeed.
|Quoting Lemmy (Reply 8):|
Let's say I'm filing a flight plan from BOS to JFK, and I'm going to fly the Kennebunk 4 arrival into Kennedy. The problem is that the beginning of this STAR is 90 miles in the opposite direction from my departure point.
I'm assuming that I can jump into the STAR at some intermediate point (PVD, perhaps). If so, how do I notate that in a flight plan?
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