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ACIDENTE COM B747-400 - BAGHAM
� Investigators sifting through the wreckage of a Boeing 747-400 
cargo plane that crashed in Afghanistan on April 29 have found 
that several of the straps used to tie down the 16-ton MRAP 
Heavy truck: The Oshkosh M-ATV MRAP (Mine Resistant 
Ambush Protected) vehicle was designed to offer troops more 
armor than Humvees.
This has led to speculation that the massive armored 
vehicles shifted shortly after the civilian cargo plane took off 
from Bagram air base, sending it careering out of control.
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Acesso: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ , 16.08.2013
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ACIDENTE COM B747-400
� It is unknown how many of the vehicles the 747-400 was 
carrying, though the maximum load that model airliner can 
carry is five.
� The Aviation HeraldThe Aviation HeraldThe Aviation HeraldThe Aviation Herald reported that the crew of the plane 
reported that a load shift caused the plane to stall moments 
before the crash.
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CARGA TRANSPORTADA - CAUSA DO ACIDENTE
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FAA FLIGHT PLAN
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� Description of flight plan blocks (FAA)
� Standard FAA flight plan form
� Type: Type of flight plan. Flights may be VFR, IFR, DVFR, or 
a combination of types, termed composite.
� Aircraft Identification: The registration of the aircraft, 
usually the flight or tail number.
� Aircraft Type/Special Equipment: The type of aircraft and 
how it's equipped. For example, a Mitsubishi Mu-2 
equipped with an altitude reporting transponder
and GPS would use MU2/G. Equipment codes may be 
found in the FAA Airman's Information Manual.
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� True airspeed in knots: The planned cruise true airspeed of the 
aircraft in knots.
� Departure Point: Usually the identifier of the airport from which 
the aircraft is departing.
� Departure Time: Proposed and actual times of departure. 
Times are Universal Time Coordinated.
� Cruising Altitude: The planned cruising altitude or flight level.
� Route: Proposed route of flight. The route can be made up of 
airways, intersections, navaids, or possibly direct.
� Destination: Point of intended landing. Typically the identifier of 
the destination airport.
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� Estimated Time Enroute: Planned elapsed time between 
departure and arrival at the destination.
� Remarks: Any information the PIC believes is necessary to be 
provided to ATC. One common remark is "SSNO", which means 
the PIC is unable or unwilling to accept a SID or STAR on an IFR 
flight.
� Fuel on Board: The amount of fuel on board the aircraft, in 
hours and minutes of flight time.
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� Alternate Airports: Airports of intended landing as an alternate 
of the destination airport. May be required for an IFR flight plan 
if poor weather is forecast at the planned destination.
� Pilot's Information: Contact information of the pilot for search 
and rescue purposes.
� Number Onboard: Total number of people on board the aircraft.
� Color of Aircraft: The color helps identify the aircraft to search 
and rescue personnel.
� Contact Information at Destination: Having a means of 
contacting the pilot is useful for tracking down an aircraft that 
has failed to close its flight plan and is possibly overdue or in 
distress.
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� List of ICAO Codes (As of 15 November 2012)
� Radio communication, navigation and approach aid equipment Radio communication, navigation and approach aid equipment Radio communication, navigation and approach aid equipment Radio communication, navigation and approach aid equipment 
and capabilities and capabilities and capabilities and capabilities A GBAS landing system
� B LPV (APV with SBAS)
� C LORAN C
� D DME
� E1 FMC WPR ACARS
� E2 D-FIS ACARS
� E3 PDC ACARS
� F ADF
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FAA FLIGHT PLAN
� G GNSS (If the letter G is used, the types of external GNSS 
augmentation, if any, are specified in Item 18 following the 
indicator NAV/ and separated by a space.)
� H HF RTF (HF RadioTelephone)
� I INS
� J1 CPDLC ATN VDL Mode 2
� J2 CPDLC FANS 1/A HFDL
� J3 CPDLC FANS 1/A VDL Mode 4
� J4 CPDLC FANS 1/A VDL Mode 2
� J5 CPDLC FANS 1/A SATCOM (INMARSAT)
� J6 CPDLC FANS 1/A SATCOM (MTSAT)
� J7 CPDLC FANS 1/A SATCOM (Iridium)
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� K MLS
� L ILS
� M1 ATC RTF SATCOM (INMARSAT)
� M2 ATC RTF (MTSAT)
� M3 ATC RTF (Iridium)
� N No COM/NAV equipment for the route carried or is 
unservicable.
� O VOR
� P1-P9 Reserved for RCP
� Q (Not allocated)
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� R PBN approved (If the letter R is used, the performance based
navigation levels that can be met are specified in Item 18 
following the indicator PBN/.)
� S Standard Equipment composed of VHF RTF, VOR and ILS, 
unless another combination is prescribed by the appropriate
ATS authority.
� T TACAN
� U UHF RTF
� V VHF RTF
� W RVSM approved
� X MNPS approved
� Y Indicates 8.33 kHz radio band spacing (a requirement above
FL190)
� Z Other equipment carried or other capabilities
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� P Transponder — Mode S, including pressure-altitude, but no aircraft
identification capability
� S Transponder — Mode S, including both pressure altitude and
aircraft identification capability
� X Transponder — Mode S with neither aircraft identification nor
pressure-altitude capability
� ADSADSADSADS----BBBB
� B1 ADS-B with dedicated 1090 MHz ADS-B “out” capability
� B2 ADS-B with dedicated 1090 MHz ADS-B “out” and “in” capability
� U1 ADS-B “out” capability using UAT
� U2 ADS-B “out” and “in” capability using UAT
� V1 ADS-B “out” capability using VDL Mode 4
� V2 ADS-B “out” and “in” capability using VDL Mode 4
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� ADSADSADSADS----CCCC
� D1 ADS-C with FANS 1/A capabilities
� G1 ADS-C with ATN capabilities
� List of FAA Aircraft Equipment Codes For US Domestic Non-
RNAV Flights
� NO DMENO DMENO DMENO DME
� /X No transponder
� /T Transponder with no Mode C
� /U Transponder with Mode C
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� DMEDMEDMEDME
� /D No transponder
� /B Transponder with no Mode C
� /A Transponder with Mode C
� TacanTacanTacanTacan onlyonlyonlyonly
� /M No transponder
� /N Transponder with no Mode C
� /P Transponder with Mode C
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� RVSMRVSMRVSMRVSM (Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum)(Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum)(Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum)(Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum)
� /W RVSM
� /J RVSM + /E
� /K RVSM + /F
� /L RVSM + /G
� /Q RVSM + /R
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� /G Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), including GPS or 
Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS), with en route and 
terminal capability.
� /R Required Navigational Performance (RNP). The aircraft 
meets the RNP type prescribed for the route segment(s), 
route(s) and/or area concerned.
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� K MLS
� L ILS
� M1 ATC RTF SATCOM (INMARSAT)
� M2 ATC RTF (MTSAT)
� M3 ATC RTF (Iridium)
� N No COM/NAV equipment for the route carried or is 
unservicable.
� O VOR
� P1-P9 Reserved for RCP
� Q (Not allocated)
� R PBN approved (If the letter R is used, the performance based
navigation levels that can be met are specified in Item 18 
following the indicator PBN/.)
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� S Standard Equipment composed of VHF RTF, VOR and ILS, 
unless another combination is prescribed by the appropriate
ATS authority.
� T TACAN
� U UHF RTF
� V VHF RTF
� W RVSM approved
� X MNPS approved
� Y Indicates 8.33 kHz radio band spacing (a requirement above
FL190)
� Z Other equipment carried or other capabilities
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� Surveillance Equipment CodesSurveillance Equipment CodesSurveillance Equipment CodesSurveillance Equipment Codes
� SSR SSR SSR SSR –––– Secondary Surveillance RadarSecondary Surveillance RadarSecondary Surveillance RadarSecondary