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  • Initial Off-Block Date  + (the 'off-block date' as given in the [[FPL
    the 'off-block date' as given in the [[FPL]] and updated by flight plan associated messages (DLA, CHG, etc.). This is the reference date used for accessing the [[flight plan]] in the database and is the only 'offblock date' known by the concerned ATS units.
    ck date' known by the concerned ATS units.)
  • ADS-C Extended Projected Profile  + (the ADS-Contract for [[EPP data]].)
  • European Monitoring and Evaluation Programme  + (the Co-operative programme for monitoring
    the Co-operative programme for monitoring and evaluation of the long range transmission of air pollutants in Europe, linked to the Convention on [[Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution]] (LRTAP). The main objective of the EMEP programme is to regularly provide Governments and subsidiary bodies under the LRTAP Convention with qualified scientific information to support the development and further evaluation of the international protocols on emission reductions negotiated within the Convention(LRTAP).
    s negotiated within the Convention(LRTAP).)
  • Publishing NOF  + (the NOF responsible for the creation of the NOTAM, as opposed to the originator of the AFTN message within which the NOTAM is contained (which are not necessarily the same))
  • ADS-C ETA min/max report  + (the [[ADS-C]] report containing the earliest and latest values of ETA computed by the aircraft system on the point specified by ATC (e.g. IAF).)
  • CCAMS Code  + (the [[SSR code]] that CCAMS has selected to the flight for the portion of the flight inside the CCAMS Area.)
  • Level constraint  + (the [[constraint]] defined by an objective to set the cleared flight level (CFL) for the flight.)
  • Performance review  + (the act of analysing performance data in support of performance management.)
  • Performance monitoring  + (the act of collecting performance data in support of the [[performance review]].)
  • ATFM measure  + (the actions taken to perform air traffic flow management and capacity management.)
  • CORA preferences  + (the aircraft operator preferences to be used in case of conflict resolutions: a preferred route associated with a preferred cruise level. These preferences are only used for conflict resolution.)
  • Runway occupancy time  + (the amount of time that each aircraft occupies the runway.)
  • Elevation angle  + (the angle between the vector going from the radar head to the horizon on the one hand and the vector joining the radar head to a particular target on the other hand.)
  • Delay apportionment  + (the apportionment of an AMAN or EMAN delay.)
  • In-Block  + (the arrival of the aircraft at its first parking position with its parking brakes engaged)
  • True Revision Process  + (the automatic mechanism that routinely attempts to improve the slot of allocated flights; for a given flight, the true revision process takes place after the [[Slot Allocation Message]] has been issued until a time parameter before the [[CTOT]].)
  • Strategic delay  + (the buffer built into schedules in anticipation of delays.)
  • European Air Traffic Management Network  + (the collection of systems listed in Annex
    the collection of systems listed in Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 552/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 March 2004 on the interoperability of the European air traffic management network (the interoperability Regulation) enabling air navigation services in the Community to be provided, including the interfaces at boundaries with third countries.
    rfaces at boundaries with third countries.)
  • Time stamp error  + (the constant time difference between the time system used for plot detection time stamping and a common reference time.)
  • Marginal crew costs  + (the cost of crewing for additional minutes over and above those planned at the strategic phase.)
  • ATM functionality deployment target date  + (the date by which the deployment of the [[ATM functionality]] in question is to be completed and fully used operationally.)
  • Off-Block  + (the departure of the aircraft from its parking position.)
  • Performance case  + (the documentation that contains all the re
    the documentation that contains all the reasoning and arguments used to demonstrate that the performance objectives (and performance targets) will be met. A performance case can be seen as the combination of the various cases that together address and balance all areas in which the ATM community has expectations, e.g. the [[safety case]], together with the business case, together with the environment case.
    case, together with the environment case.)
  • ATFM delay  + (the duration between the last take-off tim
    the duration between the last take-off time requested by the aircraft operator and the take-off slot allocated by the Central Flow Management Unit following a regulation communicated by the FMP, in relation to an airport (airport delay) or sector (en-route delay) location.
    elay) or sector (en-route delay) location.)
  • Baseline capacity  + (the effective capacity offered by the ACC
    the effective capacity offered by the ACC in a typical peak period; it is determined from an analysis of ATFM delays and traffic (for this purpose FAP uses the CFMU Computer Aided Slot Allocation (CASA) model) or, for ACCs not generating ATFM delays, from an analysis of sector declared capacities.
    an analysis of sector declared capacities.)
  • Estimated Off-Block Date  + (the estimated date on which the aircraft will commence movement associated with departure.)
  • Variable Taxi Time  + (the estimated time that an aircraft spends taxiing between its parking stand and the runway or vice versa. Variable Taxi Time is the common name for inbound (EXIT) and outbound (EXOT) taxi times, used for calculation of TTOT or TSAT.)
  • Expanded route  + (the expansion of the ICAO Field 15 into a
    the expansion of the ICAO Field 15 into a set of route points (i.e. Standard routes are expanded into the list of points defining the route that have to be overflown). These points determine completely the 2D path to be followed by the aircraft. It defines the path from the departure aerodrome to the destination aerodrome, including the result of the expansion of the arrival and departure procedures.
    n of the arrival and departure procedures.)
  • EUROCONTROL Voluntary ATM Incident Reporting  + (the first tool to collect aviation incident data and improve data sharing and understanding at national and European levels.)
  • Initial flight plan  + (the flight plan initially submitted by the
    the flight plan initially submitted by the originator including changes, if any, initiated and accepted by pilots, operators, an ATS unit or the centralised service for flight planning processing and distribution of flight plans during the pre-flight phase.
    flight plans during the pre-flight phase.)
  • ATS unit sector configuration  + (the four dimensional description of an ATS unit airspace sector, or group of sectors, which may be operated on a permanent or temporary basis.)
  • Information flow  + (the full chain of end-to-end information delivery from capturing, processing, and storing of data by one set of actors to processing, distributing and using information by another set of actors.)
  • Fringe envelope  + (the intersection of the vertical plane passing from the Radar Sensor and the actual coverage. It defines the limits within which the system satisfies the specified performance and availability requirements.)
  • European Climate Exchange  + (the leading marketplace for trading carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in Europe and internationally.)
  • Minimum Vectoring Altitude  + (the lowest altitude, expressed in feet AMSL (Above Mean Sea Level), to which a radar controller may issue aircraft altitude clearances during vectoring/direct routing except if otherwise authorized for radar approaches, departures and missed approaches.)
  • Traffic synchronization  + (the management of the flow of traffic thro
    the management of the flow of traffic through merging and crossing points, such as traffic around major aerodromes or airways crossings. It currently includes the management and provision of queues both on ground and in the air. Traffic synchronization, as a function, is closely related to both demand/capacity balancing and separation provision and may in the future be indistinguishable from them. Traffic synchronisation also concerns the aerodrome 'service' part of the concept.
    e aerodrome 'service' part of the concept.)
  • Automated Air/Ground Data Interchange  + (the means by which airborne avionics and processing systems communicate with ground-based systems.)
  • Minimum safe approach speed  + (the minimum speed an aircraft can maintain with its flaps extended. This speed value is mostly used during approaches and can also be requested by controllers in order to maintain safe aircraft separation.)
  • Value of Statistical Life  + (the monetary value of a (small and similar among the population) mortality risk reduction that would prevent one statistical death)
  • Non Volatile Memory  + (the name given to the ‘flash’ [[RAM]] found in many items of solid state avionic equipment fitted to modern aircraft. ‘Non Volatile’ means that, subject to memory capacity, stored data is retained when electrical power is removed.)
  • Aerodrome traffic density  + (the number of aircraft movements in the me
    the number of aircraft movements in the mean busy hour, [...] divided into the following categories: (i) Light – not greater than 15 movements per runway or typically less than 20 total aerodrome movements; (ii) Medium – 16 to 25 movements per runway or typically between 20 to 35 total aerodrome movements; (iii) Heavy – 26 or more movements per runway or typically more than 35 aerodrome movements.
    ypically more than 35 aerodrome movements.)
  • Runway capacity  + (the number of aircraft movements which aeronautical authorities determine can safely be operated, usually stated as the total number of landings and take-offs per hour.)
  • Airport capacity  + (the number of passengers and amount of cargo which an airport can accomodate in a given period of time; it is a combination of runway capacity and terminal capacity.)
  • Terminal capacity  + (the number of passengers and tonnes of cargo per hour which can be processed in a terminal building (sometimes referred to as passenger or cargo throughput).)
  • Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution  + (the observed effect that air pollutants can travel several thousand kilometres before deposition and damage occurs (acidification, eutrophication, tropospheric ozone and dispersion of hazardous substances).)
  • Initial Off-Block Time  + (the off-block time as given in the [[FPL]] and updated by flight plan associated messages (DLA, CHG, etc.). This is the reference time used for accessing the flight plan in the database and is the only off-block time known by the concerned ATS units.)
  • Aircraft ground running  + (the operation of some or all of the engine
    the operation of some or all of the engines of an aircraft on the ground for the purpose of functionally checking the operation of either engines or aircraft systems on the ground. This usually takes place prior to the Release to Service of an aircraft from maintenance and may be either prior to, during or after the rectification of a defect or scheduled work on either an engine being run or an aircraft system which requires engines to be operating in order to assess its function.
    operating in order to assess its function.)
  • Department of Defense Architecture Framework  + (the overarching, comprehensive framework a
    the overarching, comprehensive framework and conceptual model enabling the development of architectures to facilitate the ability of Department of Defense (DoD) managers at all levels to make key decisions more effectively through organized information sharing across the Department, Joint Capability Areas (JCAs), Mission, Component, and Program boundaries.
    ission, Component, and Program boundaries.)
  • Noise Sensitivity Depreciation Index  + (the percentage change in house prices per dB increase in noise level.)
  • Cargo load factor  + (the percentage of cargo space filled by paid cargo.)