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Fuel Planner Planned FL

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One of the planning factors (Advanced Parameters) that can set for fuel planning is "Planned FL". I assume this refers to cruising altitude (flight level). If this is the case, I do not understand how to enter my cruising altitude. The program only allows the numbers 20-73 to be entered. Perhaps "Planned FL" means something else. Can someone explain?

 

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It does mean Flight Level and FL20 to FL73 are the standard flight levels for a Twotter. I assume you know that you need to add two zero's to a FL to make it feet? 

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Thank you for confirming about the "FL" notation, and yes I do understand that for example FL73 means 7300 ft. I figured out what was causing my confusion. I just discovered that the maximum FL that can be selected is reduced if the Trip Distance chosen is too short for the Twotter to climb to that altitude.

 

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