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A list of all pages that have property "Definition" with value "Spacing between aircraft, levels or tracks.". Since there have been only a few results, also nearby values are displayed.

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  • Seaplane ramp site  + (Ramps specifically designed to transit seaplanes from land to water and vice versa.)
  • TACT reason  + (Reason [given] to explain an action by ETFMS (e.g. rejection, cancellation, etc.).)
  • Metering Point  + (Reference point configured for Arrival Management system advisories – often the Initial Approach Fix.)
  • YO – YO regulations  + (Regulations to prevent flight plan filing of abnormal flight profiles into and over specified Air Traffic Control (ATC) sectors.)
  • Reject Calculated Take-Off Time  + (Rejection of a new [[CTOT]] where a Slot Improvement has been proposed by the CFMU.)
  • Airspace Data Repository  + (Repository that enables all interested parties to have a common view of European airspace data, which is kept up to date in real time throughout the day of operation.)
  • Influence Model  + (Represents the elements that are linked and the mechanism and mathematical formulae to combine their influences.)
  • Data Modification Request  + (Request used to modify data in the Environment system.)
  • Physical Asset  + (Resource that can host systems and/or people.)
  • Risks, Issues, Opportunities  + (Risk: ‘potential’ event or problems that c
    Risk: ‘potential’ event or problems that could seriously affect the programme, project, activity or tasks’ ability to reach the defined objectives; Issue: ‘current’ events or problems that prevent programme, project, activity or tasks to reach the defined objectives. Issues need to be resolved as soon as possible by the appropriate level of management whereas risk can be monitored on a continuous and preventive basis; Opportunity: ‘potential‘ event that could increase the value of the project or its outcomes
    e the value of the project or its outcomes)
  • Planned route  + (Route assigned to a mobile (aircraft or any airport vehicle) that is not yet operating on the movement area of the aerodrome.)
  • Solution scenario  + (Scenario including traffic and operational environment and SESAR operational improvements that is the subject of the validation.)
  • Reference scenario  + (Scenario including traffic and operational environment and without the SESAR operational improvements that are the subject of the validation, matched in time with the [[solution scenario]].)
  • Performance scheme  + (Scheme established by Commission Regulation (EU) No 691/2010 for air navigation services and network functions to improve the performance of air navigation services and network functions in the single European sky.)
  • Vertical separation  + (Separation between aircraft expressed in units of vertical distance)
  • Lateral separation  + (Separation between aircraft expressed in terms of distance or angular displacement between tracks)
  • Longitudinal separation  + (Separation between aircraft expressed in units of time or distance along track.)
  • Runway Alignment Indicator Lights  + (Sequenced Flashing Lights which are installed only in combination with other light systems.)
  • Service instance  + (Service which has been implemented in accordance with its specification.)
  • Central Office for Delay Analysis  + (Service with objective to publish regular and ad-hoc reports and analyses on delays to air transport due to all causes.)
  • Ground handling  + (Services necessary for an aircraft’s arrival at, and departure from, an airport, other than air traffic services.)
  • Enterprise service  + (Services, typically Web services, combined
    Services, typically Web services, combined with business logic that can be accessed and used repeatedly to support a particular business process. In the context of SESAR this means the aggregation of the totality of services delivered as part of the ATM process into business level enterprise services as the foundation for the task of partial or complete automation on an enterprise scale of the provision and consumption of those services. In this context, European ATM is considered to be the “enterprise”.
    ATM is considered to be the “enterprise”.)
  • Plot extractor  + (Signal processing equipment which converts PSR or SSR video into an output data message suitable for transmission through a data transmission medium or possibly to further data processing equipment. (See “[[Plot filter]]”.))
  • Plot filter  + (Signal processing equipment which filters out radar plot data positively identified as stationary by a rotation scan-to-scan correlation process.)
  • Cockpit  + (Space occupied by pilot or other occupants. Preferably restricted to small aircraft in which occupants cannot move from their seat. Term could arguably be applied to all aerodyne pilot stations, but [[flight deck]] preferred for large aircraft.)
  • Separation  + (Spacing between aircraft, levels or tracks.)
  • North message  + (Special message(s) generated by a [[plot extractor]] to indicate the passage of the antenna bore sight bearing through North.)
  • Flight plan  + (Specified information provided to air traffic services units, relative to an intended flight or portion of a flight of an aircraft.)
  • EPP data  + (Specifies the aircraft predicted trajector
    Specifies the aircraft predicted trajectory up to 128 waypoints including for each waypoint, Latitude, Longitude and when available, Fix, Level, ETA, Airspeed, Vertical type(s), Lateral type(s), Level constraint, Time constraint, Speed constraint. When available, provides the relevant data for the trajectory as Current gross mass and EPP trajectory intent status. It indicates the date and time these values were computed.
    date and time these values were computed.)
  • Slot Cancellation message  + (Standard message from CFMU ([[Central Flow Management Unit]]) sent when flight regulations are canceled.)
  • Movement message  + (Standardised IATA format message, sent via SITA to destination airport, AO (aircraft operator) and other recipients, containing departure data of a flight.)
  • Remark  + (Sub-field of a flight plan (FPL) that shall be used to indicate any plain language remarks required by the appropriate ATS authority or deemed necessary by the pilot-in-command for the provision of air traffic services.)
  • Hospital  + (Sub-field of an FPL. STS/HOSP that may be used for those flights categorised as a medical flight specifically declared by the relevant medical authorities..)
  • Humanitarian  + (Sub-field of an FPL. STS/HUM that may be used for those flights operating a humanitarian mission.)
  • Search and Rescue  + (Sub-field of an FPL. STS/SAR that may be used for those flights engaged in a search and rescue mission)
  • Date of flight  + (Sub-field that shall be used to indicate the date of flight of that flight.)
  • Runway contaminants  + (Substances on the runway surface that impact the operational performance of aircraft on the runway.)
  • Flight Data Processing System  + (System responsible for collecting and interrogating aircraft position-related data derived from on-board navigation and position fixing systems for presentation to the ATC controllers. FDPS uses this information to then probe for potential conflicts.)
  • Medium Capacity Needs TMAs  + (TMAs that do not belong to high or low capacity needs category.)
  • Low Capacity Needs TMAs  + (TMAs with less than 30 movements by hour in peak hour and with a % increase over time of less than 50%.)
  • High Capacity Needs TMAs  + (TMAs with more than 100 movements in peak hour and with a daily demand higher than 100 movements or TMAs with movements between 60 and 100 in peak hour, with a daily demand higher than 700 movements and with a % increase over time of more than 30%)
  • Polished plots  + (Target reports at the output of the plot filter which rejects false targets coming from fruit, reflections, etc. Alternatively they are called filtered plots.)
  • Second-Time Around Targets  + (Target returns from ranges beyond that associated with a basic PRF interval.)
  • Target Landing Time  + (Targeted Time from the Arrival management
    Targeted Time from the Arrival management process at the threshold, taking runway sequence and constraints into account. It is not a constraint but a progressively refined planning time used to coordinate between arrival and departure management processes.
    rrival and departure management processes.)
  • AIRAC AIP supplement  + (Temporary changes to the information contained in the AIP which are published by means of special pages in accordance with AIRAC procedures.)
  • Flight deck  + (Term encompassing the flight crew and/or aircraft systems.)
  • Final Approach Fix  + (That fix (...) of an instrument approach procedure where the final approach segment commences.)
  • Aerodrome Movement Area  + (That part of an aerodrome to be used for the take-off, landing and taxiing of aircraft, consisting of the manoeuvring area and the apron(s).)
  • Manoeuvring area  + (That part of an aerodrome to be used for the take-off, landing and taxiing of aircraft, excluding aprons.)
  • En-route phase  + (That part of the flight from the end of the take-off and initial climb phase to the commencement of the approach and landing phase.)
  • Pending route  + (That part of the route assigned to a mobile (aircraft or any airport vehicle) that has not yet been cleared by an ATCO (typically, in the next ground sector than where the mobile is).)