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  • Interrogator-responsor  + (A ground-based combined transmitter-receiver element of an SSR system.)
  • Approach Path Monitor  + (A ground-based safety net intended to warn the controller about increased risk of controlled flight into terrain accidents by generating, in a timely manner, an alert of aircraft proximity to terrain or obstacles during final approach.)
  • Area proximity warning  + (A ground-based safety net intended to warn the controller about unauthorised penetration of an airspace volume by generating, in a timely manner, an alert of a potential or actual infringement of the required spacing to that airspace volume.)
  • Short Term Conflict Alert  + (A ground-based safety net intended to assist the controller in preventing collision between aircraft by generating, in a timely manner, an alert of a potential or actual infringement of separation minima.)
  • Minimum Safe Altitude Warning  + (A ground-based safety net intended to warn the controller about increased risk of controlled flight into terrain accidents by generating, in a timely manner, an alert of aircraft proximity to terrain or obstacles.)
  • Ground-based safety net  + (A ground-based safety net is a functionali
    A ground-based safety net is a functionality within the ATM system that is assigned by the ANSP with the sole purpose of monitoring the environment of operations in order to provide timely alerts of an increased risk to flight safety which may include resolution advice.
    afety which may include resolution advice.)
  • ATM functionality  + (A group of ATM operational functions or services related to trajectory, airspace and surface management or to information sharing within the en-route, terminal, airport or network operating environments.)
  • Formation component  + (A group of aircraft of the same type that participate to the flight.)
  • Aircraft type designator  + (A group of alphanumeric characters used to identify, in an abbreviated form, a type of aircraft.)
  • Aircraft call sign  + (A group of alphanumeric characters used to identify an aircraft in air-ground communication.)
  • Multilateration system  + (A group of equipment configured to provide
    A group of equipment configured to provide position derived from the secondary surveillance radar (SSR) transponder signals (replies or squitters) primarily using [[time difference of arrival]] (TDOA) techniques. Additional information, including identification, can be extracted from the received signals.
    an be extracted from the received signals.)
  • Aircraft identification  + (A group of letters, figures or a combinati
    A group of letters, figures or a combination thereof which is either identical to, or the coded equivalent of, the aircraft call sign to be used in air-ground communications, and which is used to identify the aircraft in ground-ground air traffic services communications.
    round air traffic services communications.)
  • Route portion  + (A group of two or more consecutive segments of the same route, which have the usage and/or the same flight restrictions)
  • Aircraft Approach Category  + (A grouping of aircraft based on a speed of 1.3 times the stall speed in the landing configuration at maximum gross landing weight.)
  • Hardened Aircraft Shelter  + (A hardened structure built above or partially above ground that encloses aircraft to provide protection from enemy attack.)
  • Shuttle air service  + (A high-frequency, no reservation passenger air service operated at regular intervals, typically on a city-pair route with high traffic density.)
  • Goal  + (A high-level statement of intent or direction for an organization. Typically used to measure success of an organization.)
  • Clear-air turbulence  + (A higher altitude (6–15 km) turbulence phenomenon occurring in cloud-free regions, associated with wind shear, particularly between the core of a jet stream and the surrounding air.)
  • Sum and difference antenna  + (A hog-trough or LVA antenna which is elect
    A hog-trough or LVA antenna which is electrically split into two halves. The two half-antenna outputs are added in phase at one output port (sum, ) and added in antiphase at a second output port (difference, ) to produce output signals which are sensitive to the azimuth angle of arrival of received signals, enabling an off-boresite angle for the signal source to be obtained.
    ngle for the signal source to be obtained.)
  • Traffic separation service  + (A kind of service that provides control and separation services, to aircraft in the air and on the ground.)
  • Special Navigation System Station  + (A land based facility emitting a radio signal for a [[Special Navigation System]].)
  • Aeronautical station  + (A land station in the aeronautical mobile service. In certain instances, an aeronautical station may be located, for example, on board ship or on a platform at sea.)
  • Code  + (A language-independent set of letters, numbers or symbols that represent a concept whose meaning is described in a natural language.)
  • Dry lease  + (A leasing arrangement in which only the aircraft is provided, without crew or maintenance guarantees. Under a dry-lease arrangement, the aircraft is operated under the AOC of the lessee.)
  • Wet lease agreement  + (A leasing arrangement in which the aircraft is provided plus at least one pilot. Under a wet-lease arrangement, the aircraft is normally operated under the AOC of the lessor.)
 (A level maintained during a significant portion of a flight)
  • Cruising level  + (A level maintained during a significant portion of a flight.)
  • Supplementary crossing level  + (A level, at or above which, or at or below which a flight has been co-ordinated to cross the transfer of control point. The supplementary level, if present, is an element of the exit level.)
  • Flight crew member  + (A licensed crew member charged with duties essential to the operation of an aircraft during a flight duty period.)
  • Aeronautical Ground Light  + (A light specifically provided as an aid to air navigation, with the exception of obstacle lights and lights forming part of surface or approach lighting systems.)
  • Aerodrome Movement Area Lighting  + (A lighting system providing guidance to an aircraft or vehicle while on a ground movement area of an aerodrome.)
  • Quick Reaction Codes  + (A limited amount of Omni directional [[SSR code]]s made available by the CCAMS Office on request in case of a single ATS unit failure.)
  • Procedure Designator  + (A limited series of characters by which the flight procedure is identified in electronic systems.)
  • Vertical structure part geometry  + (A link class that allows selecting between the three different possibilities for describing the horizontal projection of an obstacle: point, line or polygon.)
  • Master minimum equipment list  + (A list established for a particular aircra
    A list established for a particular aircraft type by the organization responsible for the type design with the approval of the State of Design containing items, one or more of which is permitted to be unserviceable at the commencement of a flight. The MMEL may be associated with special operating conditions, limitations or procedures.
    ing conditions, limitations or procedures.)
  • Minimum equipment list  + (A list which provides for the operation of aircraft, subject to specified conditions, with particular equipment inoperative, prepared by an operator in conformity with, or more restrictive than, the [[MMEL]] established for the aircraft type.)
  • Touchdown and Lift-off Area  + (A load bearing area on which an aircraft/helicopter may touch down or lift-off.)
  • Back lobe  + (A lobe of radiated energy to the rear of an antenna (180° in azimuth with respect to the main lobe).)
  • Local Airspace Type  + (A locally specified designation denoting a particular airspace category as defined by a local authority.)
  • Aerodrome Hot Spot  + (A location on an aerodrome movement area with a history or potential risk of either collision or runway incursion, and where heightened attention by pilots/drivers is necessary.)
  • Functional block  + (A logical and cohesive grouping of automated Functions in a Technical System.)
  • Activity  + (A logical process, specified independently of how the process is carried out.)
  • Compass Locator  + (A low or medium powered Non-Directional Beacon (NDB) used as an aid for final approach.)
  • Non-Directional Radio Beacon  + (A low or medium radio navigation service transmitting signals whereby the pilot of a suitably equipped aircraft can determine bearings, 'home in' on, and/or track to or from the station.)
  • Boresight  + (A main lobe electrical (radio) axis of an antenna.)
  • Missed Approach  + (A manoeuvre conducted by a pilot when an instrument approach cannot be completed to a landing. The route of flight and altitude are shown on instrument approach procedure charts.)
  • Aircraft operating manual  + (A manual, acceptable to the State of the Operator, containing normal, abnormal and emergency procedures, checklists, limitations, performance information, details of the aircraft systems and other material relevant to the operation of the aircraft.)
  • Cyclic Redundancy Check  + (A mathematical algorithm applied to the digital expression of data that provides a level of assurance against loss or alteration of data.)
  • Regulated Tactical Flight Model  + (A mathematical model containing a point pr
    A mathematical model containing a point profile and airspace volume profile, created in the [[Enhanced Tactical Flow Management System]] ([[ETFMS]]) for a flight when [[Air Traffic Flow and Capacity Management]] ([[ATFCM]]) measures have been applied to the flight. Called Calculated Profile on [[CHMI]].
    ht. Called Calculated Profile on [[CHMI]].)
  • Filed Tactical Flight Model  + (A mathematical model containing a point and airspace volume profile created in [[Enhanced Tactical Flow Management System]] (ETFMS) for a flight when [[Flight plan]] details, and any subsequent changes, are received from Network Operations.)
  • Current Tactical Flight Model  + (A mathematical model containing a point profile and airspace volume profile created in the [[Enhanced Tactical Flow Management System]] (ETFMS) for a flight which has been activated. (Called Actual Profile on CHMI.))