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Canadian Xpress® Equipment Codes Tutorial
Including an aircraft equipment code in your flight plan is important to both you and ATC. The controller needs to know what navigational equipment is on board your aircraft. If you want to fly in RVSM airspace (FL290 - FL410) you must file your equipment code correctly. Equipment codes describe the transponder and/or navigation capability of your aircraft. Equipment Codes assist ATC in issuing you your flight plan clearance; therefore, you need to understand the use of the appropriate equipment suffix.

When providing an aircraft type on a flight plan, you are required to include information about the on-board, certified equipment using an identifier code as a suffix to the equipment type. It is recommended that you file the maximum capability of your aircraft.

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