What do the items in the Flights page NavLog mean?

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Image 1: Flights page NavLog example.

 

DIST / LEG REM - The distance traveled and the distance remaining for the specified leg.  No additional information needs to be logged in this column.  However, you can reference and compare these distances with what your GPS or FMS displays at that point during your flight.

REM - The remaining distance for the route.  No additional information needs to be logged in this column.  However, you can reference and compare these distances with what your GPS or FMS displays at that point during your flight.

FUEL LBS USED ACTL - The calculated fuel usage (in pounds) versus the actual fuel usage experienced during the flight.  Here you can enter the actual fuel used at the waypoint and compare it with the calculated amount.

FLOW - Calculated fuel flow -  You can use this column to reference the calculated fuel flow and compare it to the current fuel flow at that point during the flight.  You can use this column to log actual fuel flow experienced at the waypoint during flight.

TIME ETE ATE - Estimated Time Enroute versus Actual Time Enroute.  Use this column to compare the calculated ETE with the actual time enroute.  You can log Actual Time Enroute (ATE) in this column.

ETA / ATA - Estimated Time of Arrival versus Actual Time of Arrival (at the waypoint).  Use this column to calculate your ETA and compare it with your ATA for the waypoint.