What are the waypoints in the NavLog that have a format that looks like “100[Waypoint ID]”?

For long legs, the NavLog will print a virtual waypoint every 100 NM out from the next actual waypoint. For example, “100BKE” is a virtual waypoint 100 NM out from the BKE VOR.  “200BKE” is a virtual waypoint 200 NM out from the BKE VOR.This allows for checks on predicted time elapsed and fuel burn on long legs. These checks could highlight wind changes or unexpected fuel burn.


Image 1. NavLog with 100-mile spaced waypoints added.