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  • Aircraft Operator's Position Report  + (A message sent by an Aircraft Operator for long-haul flights on departure, giving an Expected Time of Arrival (ETA) at destination.)
  • Flight Update Message  + (A message sent from the [[ETFMS]] to a [[CDM Airport]] providing an ELDT, ETO (Estimated Time Over) and flight level at the last point of route.)
  • Slot Improvement Proposal message  + (A message sent to a flight in [[Slot Improvement Proposal Wanted status]]. It proposes a new and improved [[Calculated Take-Off Time]] (CTOT), which may then be accepted or rejected by the Aircraft Operator.)
  • Arrival message  + (A message that can be sent by an ATS Unit to IFPS for an IFR/GAT flight.)
  • Flight Confirmation Message  + (A message to be sent to Enhanced Tactical Flow Management System (ETFMS) confirming the operation of the flight or announcing the Runway Visual Range (RVR) value.)
  • Air Traffic Flow and Capacity Management Information Message  + (A message transmitted by the Network Manag
    A message transmitted by the Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC) to provide information, advice and to promulgate instructions relating to the application of current Air Traffic Flow & Capacity Management ([[ATFCM]]) measures. It is also used for the initial publication of the Network Operations ATFCM operating procedures that affect all users.
    perating procedures that affect all users.)
  • Tropical cyclone advisory centre  + (A meteorological centre designated by regi
    A meteorological centre designated by regional air navigation agreement to provide advisory information to meteorological watch offices, world area forecast centres and international OPMET data banks regarding the position, forecast direction and speed of movement, central pressure and maximum surface wind of tropical cyclones.
    maximum surface wind of tropical cyclones.)
  • Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre  + (A meteorological centre designated by regi
    A meteorological centre designated by regional air navigation agreement to provide advisory information to meteorological watch offices, area control centres, flight information centres, world area forecast centres and international OPMET databanks regarding the lateral and vertical extent and forecast movement of volcanic ash in the atmosphere following volcanic eruptions.
    e atmosphere following volcanic eruptions.)
  • World Area Forecast Centre  + (A meteorological centre designated to prepare and issue significant weather forecasts and upper-air forecasts in digital form on a global basis direct to States by appropriate means as part of the aeronautical fixed service.)
  • Regional area forecast centre  + (A meteorological centre designated to prep
    A meteorological centre designated to prepare and supply significant weather forecasts and upper wind and temperature charts for flights departing from aerodromes within its service area and to supply grid point data in digital form for up to worldwide coverage.
    digital form for up to worldwide coverage.)
  • Meteorological Watch Office  + (A meteorological office designated to: —
    A meteorological office designated to: — maintain watch over meteorological conditions affecting flight operations within its area of responsibility (a [[Flight Information Region]] (FIR) or a control area or combinations thereof); — prepare [[SIGMET]] and other information related to its area of responsibility; — supply SIGMET information and, as required, other meteorological information to associated [[air traffic services unit]]s (i.e. ACC or FIC); — disseminate SIGMET information; — supply information received on pre-eruption volcanic activity, a volcanic eruption and volcanic ash cloud for which a SIGMET has not already been issued, to its associated ACC/FIC, as agreed between the meteorological and ATS authorities concerned, and to its associated [[Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre]] (VAAC) as determined by regional air navigation agreement; and — supply information received concerning the accidental release of radioactive materials into the atmosphere, in the area for which it maintains watch or adjacent areas, to its associated ACC/FIC, as agreed between the meteorological and ATS authorities concerned, and to aeronautical information service units, as agreed between the meteorological and appropriate civil aviation authorities concerned.
    iate civil aviation authorities concerned.)
  • Regulation  + (A method of matching traffic demand to available capacity by limiting the number of flights planned to enter an airspace or aerodrome, achieved by the issuing of departure slots (CTOTs).)
  • Area navigation  + (A method of navigation which permits aircraft operations on any desired flight path within the coverage of ground- or spaced-based navigation aids or within the limits of the capability of self-contained aids, or a combination of these.)
  • Interrogator side-lobe suppression  + (A method of preventing transponder replies to interrogations transmitted through the ground antenna side lobes.)
  • Receiver Side-Lobe Suppression  + (A method, using two (or more) receivers to suppress aircraft replies which have been received via side lobes of the main beam of the antenna.)
  • Tactical Air Navigation Aid Beacon  + (A military Ultra High Frequency (UHF) radio navigation service able to provide continuous bearing and Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) distance to a selected station.)
  • Minimum Departure Interval  + (A minimum time interval that is required between successive departures on the same [[Standard Instrument Departure]] (SID).)
  • Aircraft earth station  + (A mobile earth station in the aeronautical mobile-satellite service located on board an aircraft.)
  • Aeronautical mobile service  + (A mobile service between aeronautical stat
    A mobile service between aeronautical stations and aircraft stations, or between aircraft stations, in which survival craft stations may participate; emergency position-indicating radio beacon stations may also participate in this service on designated distress and emergency frequencies.
    gnated distress and emergency frequencies.)
  • Aeronautical mobile-satellite service  + (A mobile-satellite service in which mobile earth stations are located on board aircraft; survival craft stations and emergency position-indicating radiobeacon stations may also participate in this service.)
  • Reactionary delay multiplier  + (A multiplier applied to the cost of an initial delay to account for the costs of consequential delay.)
  • Designated Point  + (A named geographical location not marked by the site of a radio navigation aid, used in defining an Air Traffic Service (ATS) route, the flight path of an aircraft and/or for other navigation or ATS purposes.)
  • VORTAC  + (A navigation aid providing VOR azimuth, TACAN azimuth, and TACAN Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) at one site.)
  • Area navigation (RNAV) specification  + (A navigation specification based on area navigation that does not include the requirement for performance monitoring and alerting, designated by the prefix RNAV, e.g. RNAV 5, RNAV 1.)
  • Required navigation performance (RNP) specification  + (A navigation specification based on area navigation that includes the requirement for performance monitoring and alerting, designated by the prefix RNP, e.g. RNP 4, RNP APCH.)
 (A negative reply to a Rerouting Proposal (RRP))
  • Rerouteing Rejection Message  + (A negative reply to a Rerouting Proposal (RRP).)
  • Satellite Based Augmentation System  + (A network of ground stations and satellites designed to receive navigation signals, improving the accuracy and ensuring the integrity of information for navigation and landing.)
  • Enhanced Braking Systems  + (A new generation braking systems that apply predetermined braking to the aircraft such that the aircraft reaches a defined speed at a selected point on the runway.)
  • Stack swapping  + (A non-[[ATFCM]] measure used by some [[Flo
    A non-[[ATFCM]] measure used by some [[Flow Management Position]]s (FMP) to reduce the impact of an expected high traffic load at one [[Initial Approach Fix]] (IAF) of an airport having multiple IAFs. It involves airborne traffic being tactically re-routed away from the IAF expecting the high load, to another IAF for the same airport, which anticipates a lower loading.
    irport, which anticipates a lower loading.)
  • Association of European Airlines  + (A non-profit industry organisation, bringing together 30 major European airlines as the trusted voice of the European airline industry for 60 years.)
  • Charter carrier  + (A non-scheduled air carrier which operates only charter flights.)
  • Aeronautical information circular  + (A notice containing information that does not qualify for the origination of a NOTAM or for inclusion in the AIP, but which relates to flight safety, air navigation, technical, administrative or legislative matters.)
  • Microwave Landing System Channel  + (A number corresponding to the Microwave Landing System (MLS) frequency, as per ICAO Annex 10, Chapter 3, Table A.)
  • Pavement Classification Number  + (A number expressing the bearing strength of a pavement for unrestricted operations.)
  • Distance Measuring Equipment Channel  + (A number followed by a letter corresponding to the DME frequency, as per ICAO Annex 10, Chapter 3, Table A.)
  • Holding stack  + (A number of aircraft holding at a common fix with vertical separation.)
  • Delta theta  + (A number of azimuth count pulses (ACPs) as measured from the plot leading edge to the plot trailing edge in a sliding window plot extractor. Also known as azimuth extension or [[plot run length]].)
  • Integrated Aeronautical Information Package  + (A package which consists of the following elements: — AIP, including amendment service; — Supplements to the AIP; — NOTAM and PIB; — AIC; and — checklists and lists of valid NOTAM.)
  • Time to Remove from Sequence  + (A parameter that prevents a change to a later [[CTOT]] when the flight is already in the departure sequence. It may be adjusted at any time depending on the local aerodrome traffic situation and may vary during the day.)
  • Time to Insert into Sequence  + (A parameter that prevents an improvement i
    A parameter that prevents an improvement into an already organised departure sequence. It may be adjusted at any time depending on the local aerodrome traffic situation and may vary during the day. The TIS parameter is not relevant when ATC has sent an REA message for a flight.
    ATC has sent an REA message for a flight.)
  • Procedure Segment Leg  + (A part of an instrument or visual flight procedure defined by two consecutive significant points.)
  • Vertical structure part  + (A part of the [[vertical structure]] that can be represented as point, line or polygon with vertical extent.)
  • Analytical simulation  + (A particular part-task training based on simulations. It allows for practice in restricted or in real time a part of the skills necessary for the operational task in a realistic environment (PTT or simulator).)
  • Passenger-kilometres performed  + (A passenger-kilometre is performed when a
    A passenger-kilometre is performed when a passenger is carried one kilometre. Calculation of passenger-kilometres equals the sum of the products obtained by multiplying the number of [[revenue passenger]]s carried on each flight stage by the stage distance. The resultant figure is equal to the number of kilometres travelled by all the passengers.
    ilometres travelled by all the passengers.)
  • Dead time  + (A period of time during which an SSR trans
    A period of time during which an SSR transponder is inhibited from receiving signals after a valid interrogation is received and a reply transmitted. The term is also used to describe the time after the normal range for returns and before the next transmission from an interrogator or from a primary radar system.
    terrogator or from a primary radar system.)
  • Aerodrome Flight Information Service Officer  + (A person properly trained, competent and duly authorized to provide aerodrome flight information service and, if necessary, licensed.)
  • In-flight security officer  + (A person who is authorized by the governme
    A person who is authorized by the government of the State of the Operator and the government of the State of Registration to be deployed on an aircraft with the purpose of protecting that aircraft and its occupants against [[acts of unlawful interference]]. This excludes persons employed to provide exclusive personal protection for one or more specific people travelling on the aircraft, such as personal bodyguards.
    the aircraft, such as personal bodyguards.)
  • Aircraft Operator  + (A person, organisation or enterprise engaged in or offering to engage in an aircraft operation.)
  • Aircraft operating agency  + (A person, organization or enterprise engaged in or offering to engage in an aircraft operation.)
  • What-if flight  + (A placeholder for containing information o
    A placeholder for containing information of interest regarding alternative flights. An alternative flight is essentially a copy of the real flight and is used to negotiate potential changes to the flight data without affecting the corresponding data for the actual flight.
    corresponding data for the actual flight.)