In reply to:What is the FAA disgnation for an SR20- and SR22 if not the same. I am currnetly renting and don't know what to put donw for an IFR flight planThanks
In reply to:Under aircraft type you put SR20 or SR22 as the case may be.
In reply to:Where does one find a master list for these? I've recently logged a King Air B350, but haven't been able to find a definitive code for it.
In reply to:The designations are in Appendix A. You'll note that there is no entry for Cirrus aircraft yet. A common error for we Trinidad drivers is to use "TB20" instead of the correct designation: "TRIN".Joe
In reply to:Hidden in its arsenal of paperwork is FAA Order 7340.1, which is the official source for all FAA Contractions & Designators. Chapter 5 has all the Aircraft Type Designators. Here is a link to the current edition:http://www.faa.gov/ATPubs/CNT/CNTHME.htm
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