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Aircraft Performance Data for Alternates

Old 1st Nov 2015, 06:05
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Hey All,

My question is regarding Aircraft Performance Data for alternates.

Should I while Dispatching flights provide Aircraft Performance Data for Destination Alternates.

I personally think that providing extra info is always a good idea but I want a detailed opinion regarding this as it would help me better understand and analyse my work.

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I would have assumed that all of your alternates are in your Ops Specs therefore the landing and takeoff performance for these airports should already to carried onboard. If its somewhere new, then its always a good idea to give them the takeoff performance and avoid the hassle of getting it to the aircraft after landing.
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