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  • Instrument Landing System Facility Performance Category  + (The category of the operations indicating the precision required for defined decision heights and visibility requirements.)
  • Airport Operations Centre  + (The central organisational unit responsible for airport airside operations. In terms of human actors the role and responsibilities of the APOC may be represented by an APOC Supervisor among APOC Stakeholder Agents.)
  • Aeronautical Communication Channel Mode  + (The channel mode in which the communications service is operated.)
  • Channel Number  + (The channel representing the frequency assigned by the controlling authority.)
  • Aircraft Stand Type  + (The characteristics of an aircraft parking position, as a category.)
  • Helicopter Performance Class  + (The class of a helicopter based on its performance during a critical power unit failure after take-off.)
  • Marker Radio Beacon Class  + (The class of a radio marker beacon based on the shape and power of its signal.)
  • Risk  + (The combination of the overall probability or frequency of occurrence of a harmful effect induced by a [[Hazard]] and the severity of that effect.)
  • Background noise  + (The combined noise present in a measurement system from sources other than the test aircraft, which can influence or obscure the aircraft noise levels being measured.)
  • Data Link Channel  + (The communication channel on which Controller-Pilot Data-Link Communication (CPDLC) is available.)
  • ATN router  + (The communication element that manages the relaying and routing of data while in transit from an originating ATN host computer to a destination ATN host computer.)
  • Tactical Air Navigation Aid Component Limitation  + (The component of the Tactical Air Navigation Aid (TACAN) for which a limitation exists.)
  • Tactical Air Navigation Aid Component  + (The component of the Tactical Air Navigation Aid (TACAN).)
  • Landing gear  + (The components of an aircraft or a spacecraft that support the weight of the craft and its load and give it mobility on ground or water.)
  • Air Traffic Service Route Segment Availability  + (The condition in which a Air Traffic Service (ATS) route segment may be flown.)
  • Garbled mode A  + (The condition of the Mode A in the original format is regarded as garbled.)
  • Garbled Mode C  + (The condition of the Mode C in the original format is regarded as garbled.)
  • Ring-around  + (The continuous reception of aircraft repli
    The continuous reception of aircraft replies to interrogations by the [[side lobes]] of the ground antenna. This normally occurs only at short ranges and high elevation angles, usually due to the nonexistence of a [[side-lobe suppression]] mechanism or the improper functioning of this mechanism at either the interrogator or the transponder side.
    the interrogator or the transponder side.)
  • Product  + (The contractual provision of something physical, by one party, for the use of one or more other parties (including a description of what is not a service).)
  • Mode  + (The conventional identifier related to specific functions of the interrogation signals transmitted by an SSR interrogator.)
  • Rate  + (The coordinated number of flights that can be accommodated in a certain time period.)
  • Back course  + (The course line along the extended centerl
    The course line along the extended centerline of a runway in the opposite direction to the front course, or the localizer course for an ILS (instrument landing system). For an aircraft to approach the instrument runway from the end on which the localizer antenna is installed, the back course must be flown.
    installed, the back course must be flown.)
  • Front course sector  + (The course sector which is situated on the same side of the localizer as the runway.)
  • Back course sector  + (The course sector which is situated on the opposite side of the localizer from the runway.)
  • Combination criteria  + (The criteria with respect to azimuth and range coincidence which a primary radar plot and an SSR plot must meet to be considered to have come from the same aircraft and therefore to be able to be combined.)
 (The date on which the magnetic variation was measured)
  • Magnetic Variation Date  + (The date on which the magnetic variation was measured.)
  • Air Traffic Service Route Segment Width  + (The declared dimension of an Air Traffic Service (ATS) route segment taken perpendicular to its path, as published by the appropriate authority.)
  • Monitoring Value  + (The default value at which the load is monitored and is the “action point” for ATCFM activity either by the [[Network Manager Operations Centre]] (NMOC) or the FMP.)
  • Safety argument  + (The demonstration and evidence that a proposed change to a functional system can be implemented within the targets or standards established through the existing regulatory framework consistently with the safety regulatory requirements.)
  • Trajectory  + (The description of movement of an aircraft both in the air and on the ground including position, time, and at least via calculation, speed and acceleration.)
  • Airport Transit View  + (The description of the "visit" of an aircr
    The description of the "visit" of an aircraft to the airport. It consists basically of three separate sections: -The final approach and inbound ground section of the inbound flight, -The turn-round process section in which the inbound and the outbound flights are linked, -The outbound ground section and the initial climb segment of the outbound flight.
    tial climb segment of the outbound flight.)
  • Vertical structure lighting status  + (The description of the operational status of the Vertical Structure lighting.)
  • Aerodrome Reference Point  + (The designated geographic location of an aerodrome as established by the appropriate authority.)
  • Taxiway Designator  + (The designator of a taxiway that is used to uniquely identify it at an aerodrome.)
  • Aircraft Stand Designator  + (The designator of an aircraft stand used to uniquely identify it at an aerodrome.)
  • Touchdown and Lift-off Area Designator  + (The designator of the Touchdown and Lift-off Area (TLOF) that is used to uniquely identify it at an aerodrome.)
  • Arrival Stand  + (The designator of the first parking position where the aircraft was parked upon arrival.)
  • Departure Stand  + (The designator of the last parking position where the aircraft was parked before departing from the airport.)
  • Runway Designator  + (The designator of the runway that is used to uniquely identify it at an aerodrome.)
  • Adequate warning time  + (The desired warning time for particular alerts given by a particular Safety Net in a particular region (SNET) type. The value is determined externally, based on human factors and aircraft performance considerations.)
  • Performance gap  + (The difference between the [[baseline performance]] and the [[target performance]].)
  • Absolute Vertical Accuracy (95%)  + (The difference between the recorded elevation of a feature and its true elevation referenced to the same vertical datum expressed as a linear error at 95 percent probability.)
  • Absolute Horizontal Accuracy (95%)  + (The difference between the recorded horizontal coordinates of a feature and its true position referenced to the same geodetic datum expressed as a circular error at 95 percent probability.)
  • Time difference of arrival  + (The difference in relative time that a transponder signal from the same aircraft (or ground vehicle) is received at different receivers.)
  • Visual Flight Rules Pattern Direction  + (The direction of the Visual Flight Rules (VFR) flight landing pattern at an aerodrome.)
  • Air Traffic Service Route Segment Usage Direction  + (The direction of the usage condition of the Air Traffic Service (ATS) route segment in relation to the start point and end point.)
  • Arresting System Engagement Direction  + (The direction on a runway that the aircraft must be moving in order to utilize the arresting system.)
  • Heading  + (The direction, in which the longitudinal axis of an aircraft is pointed, expressed in clockwise degrees from North. Usually magnetic heading (with respect to the magnetic North Pole), sometimes true heading (with respect to the geographic North Pole).)
  • Radio Communication Direction  + (The directionality of the communication channel.)
  • Governance  + (The discipline of monitoring, managing, and steering a business (or IS/IT landscape) to deliver the business outcome required.)