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  • Application  + (*ISO Standard 19104, Geographic information — Terminology)
  • Aircraft movement  + (- International. All flights of national
    - International. All flights of national or foreign aircraft whose origin or destination is located in the territory of a State other than that in which the airport being reported on is located. Domestic. All flights of national or foreign aircraft in which all the airports are located in the territory of the same State. In both cases the flight shall be considered as consisting of the total of its flight stages (i.e. from take-off to its next landing); technical stops are not taken into account. (source:ICAO, doc. ATREPF-I-S Airport Traffic 2000)
    O, doc. ATREPF-I-S Airport Traffic 2000))
  • Replacing NOTAM  + (- NOTAMN (New NOTAM))
  • Cancelling NOTAM  + (- NOTAMN (New NOTAM) - NOTAMR ([[Replacement NOTAM]]))
  • Nautical mile  + (1 nautical mile (6 080 feet) = 1.8531 kilometres)
  • Organisation (IR 1034/2011)  + (1. is used in SESAR 2. is used in the context of IR (EU) No 1034/2011)
  • Performance framework  + (1.In essence, it covers all ATM performance aspects within the SESAR Development Programme, including a performance-driven deployment planning dimension as, ultimately, presented in the MP Ed.3.)
  • Continuous descent operation  + (1.— An optimum CDO starts from the top of
    1.— An optimum CDO starts from the top of descent and uses descent profiles that reduce , segments of level flight, noise, fuel burn, emissions and controller/pilot communications, while increasing predictability to pilots and controllers and flight stability. 2.— A CDO initiated from the highest possible level in the enroute or arrival phases of flight will achieve the maximum reduction in fuel burn, noise, and emissions.
    uction in fuel burn, noise, and emissions.)
  • Network Operations Plan  + (2. The NOP has a dynamic and rolling lifecycle starting in the planning phases and is progressively updated up to and including the execution and post-operations phases.)
  • Cyclic Redundancy Check Value  + (A CRC is a mathematical algorithm applied
    A CRC is a mathematical algorithm applied to the digital expression of data that provides a level of assurance against loss or alteration of data. Best practice recommends that the algorithm consider all tags and data elements within a dataset. When the receiver applies a CRC algorithm to the dataset, a different CRC value indicates that a tag or data element within the dataset has been changed since the sender generated the original CRC value.
    e sender generated the original CRC value.)
  • Digital Flight Data Acquisition Unit  + (A DFDAU differs from a Flight Data Acquisi
    A DFDAU differs from a Flight Data Acquisition Unit (FDAU) in that a DFDAU is capable of receiving both analog and digital data streams and converting them to the required DFDR digital data format. (See Aeronautical Radio Incorporated (ARINC) Characteristic 717.)
    Incorporated (ARINC) Characteristic 717.))
  • Jet Aircraft Starting Unit Type  + (A Jet Aircraft Starting Unit is also commonly referred as a 'JASU'.)
  • Stay constraint  + (A STAY indicator can be used to indicate t
    A STAY indicator can be used to indicate the time spent in an area (STAY area) by a flight doing special activities (training, air-air refuelling, photographic missions etc.). A STAY indicator shall be inserted in Field 15 of the FPL between the point of entry in the STAY area and the point of exit from the STAY area. See also IFPS Users Manual, ed. 10.0
    rea. See also IFPS Users Manual, ed. 10.0)
  • Benefit mechanism  + (A benefit mechanism can be described in a
    A benefit mechanism can be described in a script text format as a set of arguments or in a graphical and more formalized way using influence diagrams and models. It documents the changes that an action introduces into the ATM environment and how those changes lead to benefits. Often includes assumptions and/or options.
    Often includes assumptions and/or options.)
  • Take-Off Distance Available  + (A clearway is a defined rectangular area on the ground or water under the control of the appropriate authority, selected or prepared as a suitable area over which an aircraft may make a portion of its initial climb to a specified height.)
  • Data warehouse  + (A data warehouse contains data which is bu
    A data warehouse contains data which is built out of separate internal and/or external data sources where the data is integrated in a consistent manner. The database design of a data warehouse favours data analysis and reporting in order to gain strategic insight and to facilitate decision-making. A data warehouse contains “fact tables” and “dimension tables” which may be arranged as a “star schema” or a “snowflake schema”
    as a “star schema” or a “snowflake schema”)
  • Visual Approach Slope Indicator System  + (A directional pattern of high intensity red and white focused light beams which indicate to the pilot that they are either: 'on path' if they see red/white; 'above path' if white/white; and 'below path' if red/red.)
  • Feature attribute  + (A feature attribute has a name, a data type and a value domain associated with it.)
  • Flight stage  + (A flight stage is classified as either int
    A flight stage is classified as either international or domestic based on the following definitions: International. A flight stage with one or both terminals in the territory of a State, other than the State in which the air carrier has its principal place of business. Domestic. A flight stage not classifiable as international. Domestic flight stages include all flight stages flown between points within the domestic boundaries of a State by an air carrier whose principal place of business is in that State. Flight stages between a State and territories belonging to it, as well as any flight stages between two such territories, should be classified as domestic. This applies even though a stage may cross international waters or over the territory of another State. (Note source: ICAO, doc. ATREPF-C Traffic by Flight Stage)
    O, doc. ATREPF-C Traffic by Flight Stage))
  • Clearway  + (A helicopter clearway is a defined area on the ground or water under the control of the appropriate authority, selected and/or prepared as a suitable area over which a performance Class 1 helicopter may accelerate and achieve a specific height.)
  • Take-Off Distance Available Helicopter  + (A helicopter clearway is a defined area on the ground or water under the control of the appropriate authority, selected and/or prepared as a suitable area over which a performance Class 1 helicopter may accelerate and achieve a specific height.)
  • Back course  + (A localizer back course is shown as on aeronautical charts. (same source))
  • Compass Locator  + (A locator usually has an average radius of rated coverage of between 18.5 and 46.3 kilometres (10 and 25 nautical miles).)
  • Meteorological office  + (A meteorological office and/or aerodrome m
    A meteorological office and/or aerodrome meteorological office carries out all or some of the following functions to meet the needs of flight operations at aerodromes: — prepare and/or obtain forecasts and other relevant information (e.g. aerodrome warnings and wind shear warnings and alerts)...; — prepare and/or obtain forecasts of local meteorological conditions (e.g. aerodrome forecasts (TAF)); — maintain a continuous survey of meteorological conditions over the aerodromes for which it is designated to prepare forecasts; — provide briefing, consultation and flight documentation to flight crew members and/or other flight operations personnel; — supply other meteorological information to aeronautical users, including associated ATS units (usually TWRs and APPs); — display the available meteorological information; — exchange meteorological information with other meteorological offices; and — supply information received on pre-eruption volcanic activity, a volcanic eruption and volcanic ash cloud to its associated air traffic services unit, aeronautical information services unit and meteorological watch office as agreed between the meteorological, aeronautical information service and ATS authorities concerned.
    ion service and ATS authorities concerned.)
  • Tactical Air Navigation Aid Beacon  + (A navigation system developed by military
    A navigation system developed by military and naval forces providing, as far as the navigating pilot is concerned and for suitably equipped aircraft, the same indication as a VOR/DME system. DME Distance is defined as the line of sight distance (slant range) from the source of a DME signal to the receiving antenna.
    of a DME signal to the receiving antenna.)