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Section 1. Navigation Aids
Various types of air navigation aids are in use today, each serving a special purpose. These aids have varied owners and operators, namely: the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the military services, private organizations, individual states and foreign governments. The FAA has the statutory authority to establish, operate, maintain air navigation facilities and to prescribe standards for the operation of any of these aids which are used for instrument flight in federally controlled airspace. These aids are tabulated in the Chart Supplement U.S.
Pilots should be aware of the possibility of momentary erroneous indications on cockpit displays when the primary signal generator for a ground-based navigational transmitter (for example, a glideslope, VOR, or nondirectional beacon) is inoperative. Pilots should disregard any navigation indication, regardless of its apparent validity, if the particular transmitter was identified by NOTAM or otherwise as unusable or inoperative.
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Air Nevada is a small airline. Flying small airplanes in Canada and the United States. Fly anytime, any route on the schedule (No Charter Flights), with any aircraft listed in the fleet. All pilots are required to use Smartcars, our flight reporting software. Air Nevada is a registered airline with IVAO network. Highly recommended to do your flights on IVAO network, but not required.
Please read before joining. Pilot's Handbook. The Pilots Handbook is our SOP, and you can see all the rules and regs to fly for Air Nevada.
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|Pilot||Flight Number||Departure||Arrival||Status||Altitude||Speed||Distance/Time Remain|
|ANV1405||Rick Parkin||06U||1L1||DO 228-200||01.19||-15 ft/m||Accepted|
|ANV1416||Rick Parkin||KIFP||06U||DO 228-200||02.14||-181 ft/m||Accepted|
|ANV1272||Rick Parkin||KRYN||KIFP||DO 228-200||01.44||-114 ft/m||Accepted|
|ANV1267||Rick Parkin||1L1||KRYN||DO 228-200||01.54||-66 ft/m||Accepted|
|ANV2183||Rick Parkin||KSKX||1L1||DO 228-200||02.20||-72 ft/m||Accepted|
|ANV1845||Rick Parkin||KTOR||KSKX||DO 228-200||01.46||-271 ft/m||Accepted|
|ANV1006||Rick Parkin||1L1||KTOR||DO 228-200||02.26||-62 ft/m||Accepted|
|ANV1008||Rick Parkin||KLBL||1L1||DO 228-200||03.37||-62 ft/m||Accepted|
|ANV1423||Rick Parkin||KACT||KLBL||DO 228-200||02.09||-35 ft/m||Accepted|
|ANV1560||Rick Parkin||KONM||KACT||DO 228-200||02.19||-88 ft/m||Accepted|