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BrianHA
Proposed Flight.

 

The plan is to depart KBLI and fly south heading to KAWO. Enroute, I expect to dial up Whidby approach and let them know I am there, and if they wanted to give us flight following that'd be fine. Then while we stay in contact with Seattle Approach/Departure and staying below Seattle class B, we are heading direct to Preston, and onwards to Palmer. From Palmer slightly right down to Eatonville (2W3) with the view of Mt. Rainier to our left. From there it is direct west to Tenino. I suspect Seattle approach or departure wouldn't want to keep talking to us once we are out of Seattle class B on the south side enroute to 2W3. From 2W3 it'll be direct west to Tenino and then northwest to KOLM. 

 

Then lunch at KOLM and then depart north from KOLM on to KPWT and to W10, and on to KBVS and then direct home to CYXX.

 

Can any one poke holes in my plan? We are programming the entire flight in to a Garmin GPS and expect to follow the magenta lines all the way there and back.  The south bound flight on the west side of Seattle class B, I expect to fly at 5500, and then the north bound flight on the east side of Seattle class B, we expect to fly at 4500. 

 

If anyone knowledgeable can see any issues or problems with our plans, do let me know. This is not going to happen for a few days yet. All eAPIS matters are carefully considered and handled. Thanks ladies and gents. We'll wait to hear back from you.

 

dpk1nba
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I would suggest looking at

I would suggest looking at the seatle fly chart and taking with you a seattle TAC chart. The Seattle fly chart shows suggested VFR fly routes and altitudes. Your route shouldn't cause any problems that I can see but be prepared to change coarse at any time on SEATAC's suggestion thats why you need a seattle TAC chart with you. I would also plan on staying below 5000' while flying southbound around SEATAC.

Dan

BrianHA
Proposed Flight

 

 

Thanks Dan. Yes, I see my mistake. I said we were flying along the west side of Seattle in my pervious post. Well no, we'll be flying on the east side of Seattle, where the Seattle class B floor is 6000 feet. So 5500 should be no problem. Thanks.

 

 

 

BA.