Tag: GNAV

Case 3 for GNAV two “random” points: When A and B are on the same latitude
Part 3 in the series about Calculating tracks and distances between two not so random points On the bottom of this post you can try your luck with two ATPL questions for this case. The plot thickens. You must have arrived here because the answer to the two previous questions is “no”. Case 1: Same […]

General Navigation for ATPL – Calculating tracks and distances between two random points: Introduction
In the ATPL exam you must calculate between points that may look like they are just two random positions on earth, but the truth is that they are not. These points have been carefully selected so that the problem can be solved without using the formulas for great circle track and distance.