;Abbreviation;Definition;Defsource;Note
Code;;"A language-independent set of letters, numbers or symbols that represent a concept whose meaning is described in a natural language.";"OECD Glossary of Statistical terms [http://stats.oecd.org/glossary/search.asp]";
"Composite flight hour";;"""en-route flight hours plus IFR airport movements weighted by a factor that reflected the relative importance of terminal and en-route costs in the cost base""";"EUROCONTROL (2005) Performance Review Report (PRR8) ""An assessment of Air Traffic Management in Europe during the calender year 2004"", Annex VI, Glossary";
"DAIO report";;"a report, published by STATFOR, that compares the current year’s number of IFR ([[Instrument Flight Rules]]) flights with preceding year on a monthly basis per state or region grouping in total and in the subcategories:
(international) departures, (international) arrivals, internals and over-flights.";"EUROCONTROL (2009), Standard Inputs for EUROCONTROL Cost Benefit Analyses, Ed. [http://www.eurocontrol.int/ecosoc/gallery/content/public/documents/CBA%20examples/Standard_Values_2009.pdf]";"DAIO = Departures, Arrivals, Internals and Overflights"
"Distance factor";;"The distance in km (divided by 100) between the aerodrome of departure within, or the point of entry into, the airspace of the State and the aerodrome of arrival, or the point of exit from, that airspace. From the distances to be taken into account, 20 km is deducted for each take-off and landing on the territory of a member State.";"EUROCONTROL/STATFOR (2005) Glossary for Flight Statistics & Forecasts";
"STATFOR Industry Monitor";;"a regular e-mail briefing for EUROCONTROL Member States and associated organisations on the air transport and related industries. It covers matters of relevance for understanding air transport statistics or preparing air transport forecasts. The Industry Monitor is produced according to the pace of change, at least monthly.";"EUROCONTROL (2009) Standard Inputs for EUROCONTROL Cost Benefit Analyses, Ed. 4 [http://www.eurocontrol.int/ecosoc/gallery/content/public/documents/CBA%20examples/Standard_Values_2009.pdf]";"STATFOR is the EUROCONTROL Statistics and Forecast Service."
"Service unit";;"The multiplication of aircraft [[weight factor]] by [[distance factor]].";"EUROCONTROL/STATFOR (2005) Glossary for Flight Statistics & Forecasts";
"TAP report";;"a report, published by STATFOR, that compares current year’s number of IFR flights with preceding year on a monthly basis per state or region. The figures compared are the DAIO totals, average number of flights and peak days.";"EUROCONTROL (2009), Standard Inputs for EUROCONTROL Cost Benefit Analyses, Ed. 4 [http://www.eurocontrol.int/ecosoc/gallery/content/public/documents/CBA%20examples/Standard_Values_2009.pdf]";"TAP = Total Average Peak"
"Value of Statistical Life";VOSL;"the monetary value of a (small and similar among the population) mortality risk reduction that would prevent one statistical death";"The Value of a Statistical Life, H. Anderson and N. Treich, Ecole d’économie de Toulouse, February 2009 [http://www.transguide.org/SWoPEc/Andersson_Treich_VSL.pdf]";
"Weight factor";;"The square root of the result obtained by dividing the maximum take-off weight (in metric tons) of the aircraft by 50.";"EUROCONTROL/STATFOR (2005) Glossary for Flight Statistics & Forecasts";