How can I plan a flight with zero wind in the calculation?

To plan a flight on the Maps page with 0 winds in the calculation, use the ETD button in the NavLog to enter an ETD that is greater than seven days out from the present date and time. If you are using an iPhone, you must enter a future ETD in Zulu time using this format: YYYYMMDDTHH:MM:SSZ. Below is an example of an entry for October 5th, 2019 at 1300 Zulu:

     20191005T13:00:00Z

Here is the logic for the use of wind data in calculations on the Maps view NavLog:
  -An ETD in the past is treated as the present time, and forecast winds are used.
  -An ETD of now to seven days out in the future uses forecast winds.
  -An ETD beyond seven days out uses zero winds in calculations.

The Flights view will not allow for viewing flights with 0 winds in the calculation. Here is the logic for the use of wind data in calculations on the Flight view:

  -An ETD in the past is treated as the present time, and forecast winds are used.
  -An ETD of now to seven days out in the future uses forecast winds.
  -An ETD beyond seven days out uses historical winds in calculations.