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  • Aerial Refuel Tanker Channel  + (The Tactical Air Navigation System (TACAN) channel assigned to the aircraft supplying fuel during air Refuel operations.)
  • Aerial Refuel Receiver Channel  + (The Tactical Air Navigation System ([[TACAN]]) channel assigned to the aircraft receiving fuel during air Refuel operations.)
  • Original Message  + (The [[ADEXP]] Title of an erroneous message, as it was received.)
  • ATFCM Daily Plan  + (The [[ATFCM]] plan created by the Network
    The [[ATFCM]] plan created by the Network Management Cell (NMC) the day before the day of Operations (Day - 1), consisting of a set of Tactical ATFCM measures (e.g. activation of Routeing Scenarios, regulations, etc.) agreed with all partners concerned. Promulgated by means of ANM and Network News.
    mulgated by means of ANM and Network News.)
  • Data link authority  + (The [[Air traffic services unit]] (ATSU) with which the aircraft is communicating using [[Controller-pilot data link communications]] (CPDLC).)
  • Standard Procedural Air Speed Profile  + (The [[Reference Airspeed Profile]] resulti
    The [[Reference Airspeed Profile]] resulting from standard practice application of the controller speed control instructions. (In the context of TBS the standard practice application of the controller speed control instruction on intermediate approach and final approach up to the start of landing speed stabilisation)
    the start of landing speed stabilisation))
  • Reply  + (The [[pulse train]] received at a SSR ground station as a result of successful SSR interrogation.)
  • Availability  + (The ability of a system to perform its required function at the initiation of the intended operation. It is quantified as the proportion of the time the system is available to the time the system is planned to be available.)
  • Free Routing  + (The ability of an Airspace User to plan/re-plan a route according to the User defined segments.)
  • Interoperability  + (The ability of one device or system to work with another.)
  • Asset life  + (The accounting period in years for a given asset used in deriving the amortisation of investment expenditure)
  • SESAR deployment  + (The activities and processes relating to the industrialisation and implementation of ATM functionalities identified in the [[ATM Master Plan]].)
  • Industrialisation of ATM functionalities  + (The activities and processes, following their validation that include standardisation, certification and production by the manufacturing industry (ground and airborne equipment manufacturers).)
  • Actual landing time  + (The actual date and time when the aircraft has landed (touch down).)
  • Actual In-Block Time  + (The actual date and time when the parking brakes have been engaged at the parking position.)
  • Time stamp  + (The addition of the time information - in the relevant field - in the [[target report]] (plot or track).)
  • Aerodrome Co-Location Identifier  + (The aerodrome identifier of the co-located aerodrome, according to the appropriate authority.)
  • Separator  + (The agent responsible for separation provision for a conflict, being either the airspace user or a separation provision service provider.)
  • ATM community  + (The aggregate of organizations, agencies or entities that may participate, collaborate and cooperate in the planning, development, use, regulation, operation and maintenance of the ATM system.)
  • Airports % increase over time  + (The airports increase for each snapshot year of peak movements/hour compared to the baseline year – 2012.)
  • Obstacle Free Zone  + (The airspace above the inner approach surf
    The airspace above the inner approach surface, inner transitional surfaces, and balked landing surface and that portion of the strip bounded by these surfaces, which is not penetrated by any fixed obstacle other than a low-mass and frangibly mounted one required for air navigation purposes.
    one required for air navigation purposes.)
  • Transition layer  + (The airspace between the [[Transition Altitude]] and the [[Transition Level]].)
  • Area of interest  + (The airspace encompassing the AoR and a defined buffer zone within which airspace status and flight information are of operational interest to the system operators.)
  • Holding area  + (The airspace to be protected for holding aircraft in accordance with ATC holding criteria.)
  • Operational Coverage Volume  + (The airspace volume defined during the site commissioning of the Radar Sensor and in which radar services can be provided according to the local operational requirements.)
 (The allowable circular sector coverage of a navigational aid signal)
  • Radio Navigation Service Coverage  + (The allowable circular sector coverage of a navigational aid signal.)
  • Radio Navigation Service Coverage Type  + (The allowable circular sector coverage of a navigational aid signal.)
  • Aircraft registration  + (The alphanumerical characters corresponding to the actual registration of the aircraft (up to 7 characters).)
  • Transition Altitude  + (The altitude at or below which the vertical position of an aircraft is controlled by reference to altitudes.)
  • SSR Mode C  + (The altitude of an aircraft as reported by its SSR transponder expressed in flight levels. Possible values are between FL 12 and FL 1267. (Pronounced Mode Charlie).)
  • Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum Lower Limit  + (The altitude or flight level of the bottom of the Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM) Airspace or RVSM portion of an airspace.)
  • Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum Upper Limit  + (The altitude or flight level of the top of the Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM) Airspace or RVSM portion of an airspace.)
  • Vertical Lower Limit  + (The altitude, height or flight level of the bottom of the airspace, air route, or holding pattern.)
  • Vertical Upper Limit  + (The altitude, height or flight level of the top of the airspace, air route, or holding pattern.)
  • Air traffic demand  + (The amount of flight operations in a given time period and related to a given area, route, location or service.)
  • Microwave Landing System Nominal Angle  + (The angle between a straight line which represents the mean of the Microwave Landing System (MLS) glide path and the horizontal plane at the base of the MLS elevation component.)
  • Instrument Landing System Glide Path Angle  + (The angle between a straight line which represents the mean of the Instrument Landing System (ILS) glide path and the horizontal plane at the base of the glide slope antenna.)
  • Localizer Course Width  + (The angle of the localizer signal originating from the localizer equipment.)
  • Magnetic Variation  + (The angular difference between True North and Magnetic North measured at a given position and date.)
  • Angle of Radar Reflector  + (The angular distance measured from True North clockwise to the reflective side of the radar reflector.)
  • Turn Direction  + (The applicable direction of the aircraft turn.)
  • Altitude Description  + (The applicable interpretation of the stated altitude.)
  • Holding Procedure Type  + (The applicable phase of flight for the specified holding procedure.)
  • Screening  + (The application of technical or other means which are intended to identify and/or detect weapons, explosives or other dangerous devices, articles or substances which may be used to commit an act of unlawful interference.)
  • Radar Cross Section  + (The area intercepting that amount of power which, when scattered equally in all directions, produces an echo at the radar equal to that from the target.)
  • Turn-round  + (The arrival, unloading, and preparation for the return journey of a ship, aircraft, goods vehicle, etc.; the time taken for this.)
  • Validation Objective Result  + (The assessment of a validation objective evaluated from measures done in the frame of a validation exercise.)
  • Maastricht Automatic Data Processing and Display System  + (The automated ATC system used by EUROCONTROL in Maastricht.)
  • Automatic terminal information service  + (The automatic provision of current, routin
    The automatic provision of current, routine information to arriving and departing aircraft throughout 24 hours or a specified portion thereof: Data link-automatic terminal information service (D-ATIS). The provision of ATIS via data link. Voice-automatic terminal information service (Voice-ATIS). The provision of ATIS by means of continuous and repetitive voice broadcasts.
    ontinuous and repetitive voice broadcasts.)
  • Aeronautical Service Operational Status  + (The availability of an aeronautical navigation or communication service, as a category.)