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  • Terrain  + (The surface of the Earth containing naturally occurring features such as mountains, hills, ridges, valleys, bodies of water, permanent ice and snow, excluding obstacles.)
  • Flight Object  + (The system instance view of a flight. It is the flight object that is shared between the IOP stakeholders.)
  • Risk management  + (The systematic application of management policies, procedures and practices to the tasks of: establishing the context of, identifying, analysing, evaluating and treating risks; monitoring the implementation of treatments; and communicating about risk.)
  • Queue management  + (The tactical establishment and maintenance of a safe, orderly and efficient flow of traffic.)
  • Separation provision  + (The tactical process of keeping aircraft away from hazards by at least the appropriate [[separation minima]].)
  • Intermediate flight level  + (The target flight level for the intermediate (second) sector. Aircraft crossing less than three sectors have no intermediate Flight Level.)
  • Air taxi service  + (The term can have two meanings: 1. a typ
    The term can have two meanings: 1. a type of on-demand air service usually performed by small capacity aircraft on short notice in a very similar way to an automobile taxi service; 2. or in some cases, a service operated on a scheduled basis with stops made only at points where passengers and cargo are to be picked up or discharged.
    d cargo are to be picked up or discharged.)
  • Aeronautical Radio Navigation Service Name  + (The textual designation given to a feature by a responsible authority.)
  • Equivalent Single Wheel Load  + (The theoretical load which, if acting on a single tire, with a contact area equal to that of one tire of the assembly, will produce the same effect on the movement area as the multiple wheel assembly.)
  • Expected approach time  + (The time at which ATC expects that an arriving aircraft, following a delay, will leave the holding fix to complete its approach for a landing.)
  • Slot Issue Time  + (The time at which the Network Manager issues the [[Slot Allocation Message]] to the aircraft operator and ATC at the aerodrome of departure.)
  • TBS rules  + (The time based wake turbulence radar separation rules on final approach derived from the distance based wake turbulence separation rules.)
  • Mean antenna Revolution time  + (The time between reception of the first EMM and the last EMM divided by the total number of antenna rotations.)
  • Estimated Turn-round Time  + (The time estimated by the AO/GH (aircraft operator/[[ground handler]]) on the day of operation to turn-round a flight taking into account the operational constraints.)
  • On-site processing delay  + (The time expressed in seconds between the moment a radar target for a given aircraft is detected and the moment when the corresponding report starts to be transmitted.)
  • Expect Departure Clearance Time  + (The time issued to a flight to indicate when it can expect to receive departure clearance. EDCTs are issued as part of Traffic Management Programs, such as a Ground Delay Program (GDP).)
  • Target Start Up Approval Time  + (The time provided by ATC taking into account TOBT, CTOT and/or the traffic situation that an aircraft can expect to receive start up / push back approval.)
  • Target Start Up Time  + (The time provided by [[ATC]] taking into account [[TOBT]], [[CTOT]] and/or the traffic situation that an aircraft can expect to receive start-up / push back approval.)
  • Coordinated universal time  + (The time system used in aviation operations and given to the nearest minute, except when the pilot requests a time check. Time checks are given to the nearest 15 s. The day begins at 0000 and ends at 2359.)
  • Calculated Time of Arrival  + (The time that a flight is calculated to ar
    The time that a flight is calculated to arrive over a point, based on current position (if known), flight plan data, the adopted route including any adopted speed restricted segments and current weather data. This time does not include any anticipated delay due to metering process.
    anticipated delay due to metering process.)
  • Scheduled Off-Block Time  + (The time that an aircraft is scheduled to depart from its parking position.)
  • Scheduled In-Block Time  + (The time that an aircraft is scheduled to arrive at its first parking position.)
  • Target Off-Block Time  + (The time that an aircraft operator / handling agent estimates that an aircraft will be ready, all doors closed, boarding bridge removed, push back vehicle present, ready to start up / push back immediately upon reception of clearance from the TWR.)
  • Actual Take-Off Time  + (The time that an aircraft takes off from the runway (Equivalent to ATC ATD–Actual Time of Departure, ACARS = OFF))
  • Actual Off-Block Time  + (The time the aircraft pushes back / vacates the parking position.)
 (The time when de-icing operations on an aircraft end)
  • Actual End of De-icing Time  + (The time when de-icing operations on an aircraft end.)
  • Actual Commencement of De-icing Time  + (The time when de-icing operations on an aircraft starts.)
  • Actual End of Ground handling Time  + (The time when ground handling on an aircraft ends, can be equal to [[Actual Ready Time]] (ARDT) (TBD locally))
  • Actual Commence of Ground Handling Time  + (The time when ground handling on an aircraft starts, can be equal to the [[Actual In-Block Time]] (AIBT) (to be determined locally))
  • CFMU Slot Issue Time  + (The time when the CFMU issues the SAM ([[Slot Allocation Message]]). This is normally two hours before EOBT ([[Estimated Off-Block Time]]).)
  • Actual Ready for De-icing Time  + (The time when the aircraft is ready to be de-iced.)
  • Concept of operations  + (The tool used by an organisation to establ
    The tool used by an organisation to establish the desired approach it wishes to take to realise a system or service. The ConOps documents the high level decisions and agreement that define the approach and the organisational structure needed to put that approach into operation.
    eeded to put that approach into operation.)
  • Actual Ground Handling Time  + (The total duration of the [[ground handling]] of the aircraft. Metric ACGT - AEGT)
  • Clutter density  + (The total number of unwanted Primary Radar echoes per nautical mile degree of the radar coverage area.)
  • Flight time  + (The total time from the moment an aircraft first moves under its own power for the purpose of taking off until the moment it comes to rest at the end of the flight.)
  • Business or Mission Development Trajectory  + (The trajectory initially planned by the airspace user to be shared with the wider aviation community only once the corporate plans are sufficiently mature.)
  • User Preferred Trajectory  + (The trajectory initially provided by the Airspace User.)
  • Shared Business or Mission Trajectory  + (The trajectory published by the Airspace User that is available for collaborative ATM planning purposes.)
  • Reference Business or Mission Trajectory  + (The trajectory that the Airspace User agrees to fly and that the ANSP and Airport agree to facilitate.)
  • North Reference Type  + (The type of North to which the 'zero bearing' corresponds.)
  • Terminal Arrival Altitude Area Type  + (The type of Terminal Arrival Altitude (TAA) area which is contained by an arc defined by the extension of the initial legs and the intermediate segment course based upon the arrangement of an Area Navigation (RNAV) procedure.)
  • VHF Omnidirectional Radio Beacon Type  + (The type of VHF Omnidirectional Radio Beacon (VOR) based on its unique equipment.)
  • Marker Radio Beacon Type  + (The type of a radio marker beacon based upon distances and frequency modulation, as measured on the Instrument Landing System (ILS) glide path and localizer course line.)
  • Special Navigation System Type  + (The type of a worldwide land-based special navigation system.)
  • Military Route Use  + (The type of activity associated with a military air route.)
  • Aerodrome Approach Lighting System Type  + (The type of aerodrome lighting system providing visual guidance during the final segment leg of an approach procedure.)
  • Air Traffic Permitted Type  + (The type of air traffic allowed to conduct operations in a given area.)
  • Approach Type  + (The type of an Instrument Approach Procedure (IAP) based on the navigation equipment required.)
  • Apron Type  + (The type of an apron based upon its location on an aerodrome and its general purpose.)
  • Arresting System Engagement Device Type  + (The type of device that is used to engage an aircraft upon landing in order to immediately stop it.)