Reference Business or Mission Trajectory
|Term||Reference Business or Mission Trajectory|
The trajectory that the Airspace User agrees to fly and that the ANSP and Airport agree to facilitate.
SESAR Concept of Operations Step 1 Edition 2013 (Ed. 01.02.00)
The Reference Business or Mission Trajectory (RBT/RMT) is created from the last version of the SBT/SMT. It is associated to the filed flight plan and includes both air and ground segments. It consists of 2D routes (based on published way points and/or pseudo waypoints computed by air or ground tools to build the lateral transitions and vertical profiles); altitude and time constraints where and when required; altitude, time and speed estimates at waypoints, etc. When an RBT/RMT is agreed a NOP update is triggered.
Lexicon Release 2015.1