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Fuel Symposium Minimum destination alternate fuel: the « fausse bonne idée ». Capt. Claude Godel OST 06-3. Minimum destination alternate fuel. Present JAR OPS definition of the destination alternate fuel: 1.4Alternate fuel, which should be sufficient for:

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## Fuel Symposium Minimum destination alternate fuel:the « fausse bonne idée »

Capt. Claude Godel

OST 06-3

### Minimum destination alternate fuel

• Present JAR OPS definition of the destination alternate fuel:

• 1.4Alternate fuel, which should be sufficient for:

• a.A missed approach from the applicable MDA/DH at the destination aerodrome to missed approach altitude, taking into account the complete missed approach procedure;

• b.A climb from missed approach altitude to cruising level/altitude;

• c.The cruise from top of climb to top of descent;

• d.Descent from top of descent to the point where the approach is initiated, taking into account the expected arrival procedure; and

• e.Executing an approach and landing at the destination alternate aerodrome selected in accordance with JAR-OPS 1.295.

Via a straight line?

5,5 NM

> 40 NM

### Minimum destination alternate fuel

Real diversion fuel can be much different from what would be sufficient to fly from the middle of airport A to the middle of airport B.

### Minimum destination alternate fuel

The idea of working on a Minimum destination alternate fuel quantity was raised by DGAC France.

OPSG came to OST 06-1 with a proposal of 15 min which would have been in line with the 15 min increase in final fuel when using a flight plan with no alternate.

OST tasked OPSG to continue to work on the issue but suggested that a better result could be achieved by clarifying the definition of the alternate fuel in JAR OPS.

OPSG agreed and finally decided that this could be done by a simple comment to NPA 58 “Terminology and Fuel” during the present public consultation.

There is no more need for NPA 60 which can be cancelled.

### Minimum destination alternate fuel

• And the OPSG comment to NPA 58 reads:

• 1.4Alternate fuel, which should be sufficient for:

• a.…

• b.A climb from missed approach altitude to cruising level/altitude;

• c.The cruise from top of climb to top of descent,taking into account the expected routing;

• d.Descent from top of descent to the point where the approach is initiated, taking into account the expected arrival procedure; and

• e.…