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  • Area control centre  + (A unit established to provide air traffic control service to controlled flights in control areas under its jurisdiction.)
  • Approach control office  + (A unit established to provide air traffic control service to controlled flights arriving at, or departing from, one or more aerodromes.)
  • Approach control unit  + (A unit established to provide air traffic control service to controlled flights arriving at, or departing from, one or more aerodromes.)
  • Aerodrome control tower  + (A unit established to provide air traffic control service to aerodrome traffic)
  • Aerodrome control  + (A unit established to provide air traffic control service to aerodrome traffic)
  • Flight information centre  + (A unit established to provide flight information service and alerting service.)
  • Protocol data unit  + (A unit of data transferred between peer entities within a protocol layer consisting of protocol control information and higher layer user data (i.e. service data units))
  • Secondary surveillance radar transponder  + (A unit which transmits a response signal on receiving an SSR interrogation. The term is a derivative of the words transmitter and responder.)
  • Runway Offset Width  + (A value specifying the lateral offset of the strip, when it is not symmetrically extended beyond the two runway edges.)
  • Runway Offset Length  + (A value specifying the longitudinal offset of the strip, when it is not symmetrically extended beyond the two runway ends.)
  • Load Classification Number  + (A value which denotes the peak being moment the surface can handle repeatedly without shortening its service life.)
  • 4DWxCube  + (A virtual repository of MET information, produced by multiple contributors (MET service providers), from diverse locations, that will provide end users with a common weather picture.)
  • Fog  + (A visible aggregate of minute water particles (droplets) in the air reducing the horizontal visibility at the Earth's surface to less than 1 kilometre.)
  • Visual glide slope indicator  + (A visual guidance system that provides "below/above glidepath" information to an aircraft executing an approach to a specific runway direction.)
  • Final Approach Alignment  + (A visual manoeuvre used to properly bring the aircraft into position for landing at final approach.)
  • Area of common interest (SYSCO)  + (A volume of airspace as agreed between 2 ATS Units, extending into the adjacent/subjacent Areas of Responsibility, within which airspace structure and related activities may have an impact on air traffic co-ordination procedures.)
  • Active waypoint  + (A way-point [sic] to or from which navigat
    A way-point [sic] to or from which navigational guidance is being provided. For a parallel offset, the active way-point may or may not be at the same geographical position as the parent way-point. When not in the parallel offset mode (operating on the parent route), the active and parent way-points are at the same geographical position.
    nts are at the same geographical position.)
  • Flyover waypoint  + (A waypoint at which a turn is initiated in order to join the next segment of a route or procedure.)
  • Fly-by waypoint  + (A waypoint which requires turn anticipation to allow tangential interception of the next segment of a route or procedure.)
  • Special Navigation System  + (A wide area (worldwide) service based on a chain of land stations providing radio frequency signals which can be used by airborne equipment to determine the aircraft's two-dimensional position.)
  • Global Navigation Satellite System  + (A wide area service based on a satellite c
    A wide area service based on a satellite constellation providing radio frequency signals which can be used by airborne equipment to determine the aircraft's two-dimensional position, or depending upon the capabilities of the system, a three-dimensional position.
    the system, a three-dimensional position.)
  • Wind Direction Indicator  + (A wind-actuated device indicating visually to aircraft the direction of the surface wind.)
  • Approach Prefix  + (A word or code placed at the beginning of the procedure name to denote a special application for the procedure.)
  • International Air Transport Association  + (A world-wide non-governmental organization
    A world-wide non-governmental organization of scheduled airlines established in 1945 to promote safe, regular and economical air transport, to provide means for collaboration among air transport enterprises, and to co-operate with ICAO, other international organizations and regional airline associations.
    zations and regional airline associations.)
  • Aeronautical fixed telecommunication network  + (A worldwide system of [[aeronautical fixed
    A worldwide system of [[aeronautical fixed circuit]]s provided, as part of the [[aeronautical fixed service]], for the exchange of messages and/or digital data between aeronautical fixed stations having the same or compatible communications characteristics.
    compatible communications characteristics.)
 (ACC capacity at the point where the first sector becomes saturated)
  • ACC nominal zero delay capacity  + (ACC capacity at the point where the first sector becomes saturated.)
  • Low Capacity Needs ACCs  + (ACCs that do not have an En Route performance gap and that do not belong to medium capacity needs category.)
  • High Capacity Needs ACCs  + (ACCs with an En Route performance gap and with more than 250 movements in peak hour, or ACCs with an En Route performance gap, with movements between 150 and 250 in peak hour, and with a % increase over time more than 50%.)
  • Medium Capacity Needs ACCs  + (ACCs with an En Route performance gap and that do not belong to High Capacity Needs category or ACCs with no En Route peroformance gap and more than 250 movements in peak hour.)
  • AIS message  + (AFTN Message composed according to the rul
    AFTN Message composed according to the rules in Annex 10, made up of a maximum of 1800 characters and containing a single NOTAM or an [[ASHTAM]] or a [[SNOWTAM]] or an unformatted service message inherent to AIS operative requests interchanged between NOF, originators, clients and/or NPU.
    ween NOF, originators, clients and/or NPU.)
  • Medium ATCO Productivity Needs  + (ANSPs with an ATCO productivity value higher than 1 and with a % increase over time between 40-70% or with an ATCO productivity value between 0,80 and 0,99.)
  • High ATCO Productivity Needs  + (ANSPs with an ATCO productivity value lower than 0,80 (European system average) or with a % increase over time of more than 70% and with an ATCO productivity value higher than 1.)
  • ATC Modification of FPL  + (ATC Modification of [[flight plan]] (FPL).)
  • Arrival  + (ATM phase used in ConOps scenario describing descent from cruise to Initial Approach Fix (IAF).)
  • Post flight phase  + (ATM phase used in ConOps scenario, after arrival, at the gate, ramp, or parking area, while the aircraft is stationary.)
  • Taxi-out  + (ATM phase used in ConOps scenario, describing the aircraft moving on the aerodrome surface prior to take off.)
  • Taxi-in  + (ATM phase used in ConOps scenario, describing the aircraft is moving on the aerodrome surface after landing until reaching its final parking position.)
  • Landing  + (ATM phase used in ConOps scenario, from the beginning of the landing flare until aircraft exits the landing runway, comes to a stop on the runway, or when power is applied for take off in the case of a touch-and-go landing.)
  • Take off  + (ATM phase used in ConOps scenario, from the application of take off power until airborne.)
  • Medium/Short Term Planning  + (ATM phase used in ConOps scenario, from 6 months up to a few hours before departure.)
  • Approach  + (ATM phase used in ConOps scenario, from the Initial Approach Fix (IAF) to the Final Approach Fix (FAF) or Final Approach Point (FAP).)
  • Climb  + (ATM phase used in ConOps scenario, from airborne to initial cruise level/altitude.)
  • Pre-departure  + (ATM phase used in ConOps scenario, prior to pushback or taxi at the gate, ramp, or parking area, while the aircraft is stationary.)
  • Cruise  + (ATM phase used in ConOps scenario, which means any level flight segment after reaching initial cruise level/altitude until the start of descent to the destination.)
  • Flight Plan Message Distribution Area  + (ATS Units that receive Flight Planning Messages.)
  • Information flow provider  + (Abstract super class that generalizes business role and business function. It also determines the information flow source and destination.)
  • Feature  + (Abstraction of real world phenomena.)
  • Controlled flight into terrain  + (Accident in which aircraft, under the control of the crew, is flown into terrain (or water) with no prior awareness on the part of the crew of the impending accident.)
  • Occurrence  + (Accidents, serious incidents and incidents
    Accidents, serious incidents and incidents as well as other defects or malfunctioning of an aircraft, its equipment and any element of the Air Navigation System which is used or intended to be used for the purpose or in connection with the operation of an aircraft or with the provision of an air traffic management service or navigational aid to an aircraft.
    ervice or navigational aid to an aircraft.)
  • Service activity  + (Activity to design and develop services applying the SESAR working methods and governed by the Service Coordination Group.)