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  • SWIM registry  + (It describes the complete set of services
    It describes the complete set of services enabled by SWIM to discover the services, for example, relating to the weather forecast for a particular aerodrome with qualitative, consolidated and structured information. It contains other service-related information such as standards, policies, SLAs and certifications.
    ndards, policies, SLAs and certifications.)
  • Network Management Function  + (It encapsulates: - Collaborative layered
    It encapsulates: - Collaborative layered planning and execution processes, including the facilitation of business/mission trajectories. - Airspace organisation and management processes. - Demand and Capacity Balancing processes through all planning and execution phases to ensure the most efficient use of airspace resources, to anticipate and solve workload/complexity issues and to minimize the effects of ATM constraints. - The enabling of UDPP process. - The provision and maintenance of Operation Plans covering the range of activity, i.e. Network to Local. - The provision of relevant complexity resolution advice to ATC operations.
    exity resolution advice to ATC operations.)
  • Time Based Operations  + (It follows on from SESAR Definition Phase IP1.)
  • Validation Objective Result  + (It gives the overall status of the objectives (OK,NOK ) as well as the success criteria results. It is incorporated in a VALR and is called VALR result.)
  • Network Management Environment Database  + (It includes ATS routes and routeing system
    It includes ATS routes and routeing systems, airfields, aircraft performance, Standard Instrument Departures (SID), Standard Arrival Routes (STAR), Navigation Aids, Air Traffic Control (ATC) sectorisation, configurations, capacities and addresses to which Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSP) and Operators require Air Traffic Flow & Capacity Management (ATFCM) messages to be sent. The Environment (ENV) system provides data for use by the Integrated Initial Flight Plan Processing System (IFPS), Repetitive Flight plan (RPL), and Enhanced Tactical Flow Management System (ETFMS) systems of the Network Manager.
    em (ETFMS) systems of the Network Manager.)
  • Network Operations Portal  + (It includes Network Operational Services w
    It includes Network Operational Services web pages, and information on preparation of strategic and pre-tactical ATFCM measures and solutions. Its main goal is to act as the enabler for the operational CDM process, supporting ATM in Europe, through sharing and common understanding of the Network situation at different moments in time.
    rk situation at different moments in time.)
  • Business or Mission Trajectory  + (It includes both surface and airborne segm
    It includes both surface and airborne segments and is built from, and updated with the most timely and accurate data available in the Network Operation Plan (NOP), including turnaround elements. Mission Trajectory may additionally include airspace reservation/restriction (ARES) when such airspace structure is needed.
    S) when such airspace structure is needed.)
  • Queue management  + (It includes the handling of queues, both i
    It includes the handling of queues, both in the air and on the ground. It operates on individual flights and is closely related to, and sometimes indistinguishable from, the Separation Provision process. It aims at facilitating the highest achievable capacity of the ATM System and to manage delays in a fuel-efficient and environmentally acceptable manner.
    ent and environmentally acceptable manner.)
  • Tactical Network Management Coordinator  + (It is a proactive position where it is ess
    It is a proactive position where it is essential to evaluate any opportunity which can satisfy the Flow Management Position (FMP) requirements for protection and at the same time benefit the network. Pro-activity will also result in reducing the workload in the Tactical Network Management (TNM) positions.
    ctical Network Management (TNM) positions.)
  • Trajectory management (4D)  + (It is achieved through [[Collaborative Dec
    It is achieved through [[Collaborative Decision Making]] (CDM) processes between Airspace users (Airspace Users) and ATM Service Providers (ANSP, Airports, Network Manager) or directly between Flight Crew and Controller during the execution phase when time does not permit CDM.
    ution phase when time does not permit CDM.)
  • ATFM delay  + (It is expressed in minutes.)
  • User Driven Prioritisation Process  + (It is primarily for use during periods of capacity constraint, but available at all times in order to support business efficiency.UDPP is available at both planning and execution phases and is enabled by the Network Management Function.)
  • Absolute Vertical Accuracy (95%)  + (It may also be applied to a data set. If t
    It may also be applied to a data set. If the data contains multiple accuracies, usually the worst accuracy which applies to 10% or more of the data is recorded. Linear error probability (LEP) is the linear magnitude within which a stated percentage of measurements for a given point will fall. For example, if the vertical accuracy of a surveyed point is stated as one metre with 95 percent LEP, then 95 percent of measurements of the height of this point will fall along a vertical line of length one metre. The true position is then estimated to lie at the centre of this vertical line.
    o lie at the centre of this vertical line.)
  • Absolute Horizontal Accuracy (95%)  + (It may also be applied to a data set. If t
    It may also be applied to a data set. If the data contains multiple accuracies, usually the worst accuracy which applies to 10% or more of the data is recorded. Circular error probability (CEP) is the radius of a circle within which a stated percentage of measurements for a given point will fall. For example, if the horizontal accuracy of a surveyed point is stated as one metre with 95 percent CEP, then 95 percent of measurements of the position of this point will fall within a circle of one metre radius. The true position is then estimated to lie at the centre of this circle.
    mated to lie at the centre of this circle.)
  • Arrival message  + (It needs to be sent when a flight has diverted.)
  • Provisional Take-Off Time  + (It remains provisional until 2 hours before EOBT when it is replaced with the CTOT.)
  • Performance scheme  + (It shall include: (a) Community-wide perf
    It shall include: (a) Community-wide performance targets on the key performance areas of safety, the environment, capacity and cost-efficiency; (b) national plans or plans for functional airspace blocks, including performance targets, ensuring consistency with the Communitywide performance targets; and (c) periodic review, monitoring and benchmarking of the performance of air navigation services and network functions.
    navigation services and network functions.)
  • Performance Needs Envelope  + (It shall include: (a) Community-wide perfo
    It shall include: (a) Community-wide performance targets on the key performance areas of safety, the environment, capacity and cost-efficiency; (b) national plans or plans for functional airspace blocks, including performance targets, ensuring consistency with the Communitywide performance targets; and (c) periodic review, monitoring and benchmarking of the performance of air navigation services and network functions.
    navigation services and network functions.)
  • Airspace Name  + (It should be written as published, with no significance to upper or lower case letters.)
  • Reference operating environment  + (Its purpose is to have a realistic reference for planning.)
  • Land and Hold Short Operations Hold Short Point  + (LAHSO are operations where an aircraft is required to land and hold short of an intersecting runway, taxiway, predetermined point on the runway, or an approach/departure path to enhance aerodrome capacity.)
  • Ministry of Defence Architecture Framework  + (MODAF provides a coherent set of rules and
    MODAF provides a coherent set of rules and templates, known as Views that, when populated, provide a graphical and textual visualisation of the business area being investigated. Each View offers a different perspective on the business to support different stakeholder interests.
    o support different stakeholder interests.)
  • Marginal crew costs  + (Marginal crew costs are appropriate for the cost index context. [...] These costs are derived from a detailed examination of payment mechanisms for aircraft crew, with reference to current salary ranges. (''same source''))
  • Maximum Elevation Figure  + (Maximum elevation figures are shown over land masses as well as over open water areas containing man-made obstacles such as oil rigs.)
  • Initial Approach Segment  + (May be defined by one or more procedure segment legs. (source: Aeronautical Information Feature Data Dictionary))
 (May be defined by one or more procedure segment legs)
  • Missed Approach Segment  + (May be defined by one or more procedure segment legs.)
  • Procedure Transition Segment  + (May be defined by one or more procedure segment legs.)
  • Arrival Segment  + (May be defined by one or more procedure segment legs.)
  • Departure Segment  + (May be defined by one or more procedure segment legs.)
  • Final Approach Segment  + (May be defined by one or more procedure segment legs.)
  • Intermediate Approach Segment  + (May be defined by one or more procedure segment legs.)
  • Obstacle Marking Present  + (May be painted or may display flags.)
  • Air Traffic Service Route Segment Length  + (Measured in Nautical Miles or Kilometres)
  • Minimum Descent Height  + (Minimum Descent Height (MDH) is referenced
    Minimum Descent Height (MDH) is referenced to the aerodrome elevation or to the threshold elevation if that is more than 2 metres (7 feet) below the aerodrome elevation. A minimum descent height for a circling approach is referenced to the aerodrome elevation.
    is referenced to the aerodrome elevation.)
  • Electronic Flight Bag  + (More details on the 3 different EFB classes can be found on SKYBRARY [http://www.skybrary.aero/index.php/Electronic_Flight_Bag])
  • Open Loop Clearance  + (Most tactical clearances take this form; t
    Most tactical clearances take this form; they include heading (including track offset), level, and speed restrictions and exceptionally could also cover rates of climb or descent. Open-loop clearances are cancelled (closed) by a further instruction from the controller that defines how the flight should revert to the [[Reference Business Trajectory]] (RBT).
    e [[Reference Business Trajectory]] (RBT).)
  • Air Traffic Flow and Capacity Management  + (NEW TERM REPLACING [[Air Traffic Flow Management]] (ATFM))
  • Non Volatile Memory  + (NVM is most often included in a design to aid fault identification and rectification by the provision of a history of recorded fault signals. Many familiar items of avionic equipment are nowadays of solid state design and incorporate NVM.)
  • Required navigation performance  + (Navigation performance and requirements are defined for a particular RNP type and/or application.)
  • Emergency  + (Not in use anymore since 15 November 2012.)
  • Monitored approach  + (Not later than the approach of the applica
    Not later than the approach of the applicable DA/DH or MDA/MDH, the monitoring pilot seeks visual external references so that when the ‘head-down’ pilot calls “Decide”, they are in a position to make a prompt and unequivocal call of either call “Land” or "Go-Around". If the call is “Go Around”, the head-down pilot flies the prescribed or ad hoc cleared [[Missed Approach]] and the monitoring pilot continues in that role. If the call is “Land”, the pilot who has been monitoring and has made that call takes over as PF and continues to the landing. If visual reference should be lost below DA/MDA then the pilot who has taken over as PF must commence the go around before handing over to the other pilot at a suitable point during the [[climb-out]]. The monitored approach has sometimes been described as a “delegated” approach compared to the description of the traditional approach, where the both a landing and a go around are flown by the pilot who made the approach, which has been called an “assisted” approach. ''(same source)''
    an “assisted” approach. ''(same source)'')
  • Flight level  + (Note 1.– A pressure type altimeter calibra
    Note 1.– A pressure type altimeter calibrated in accordance with the Standard Atmosphere: a. when set to a QNH altimeter setting, will indicate altitude; b. when set QFE altimeter setting, will indicate height above the QFE reference datum; c. when set to a pressure of 1 013.2 hPa, may be used to indicate flight levels. Note 2.– The terms "height" and "altitude", used in Note 1 above, indicate altimetric rather than geometric heights and altitude.
    ather than geometric heights and altitude.)
  • Flight time  + (Note 1.— Flight time as here defined is sy
    Note 1.— Flight time as here defined is synonymous with the term 'block-to-block' time or 'chock to chock' time in general usage which is measured from the time an aircraft moves from the loading point until it stops at the unloading point. Note 2.— Whenever helicopter rotors are engaged, the time will be included in the flight time. (An 1, An 6/I, An 6/II, An 6/III)
    ht time. (An 1, An 6/I, An 6/II, An 6/III))
  • Accident  + (Note 1.— For statistical uniformity only,
    Note 1.— For statistical uniformity only, an injury resulting in death within thirty days of the date of the accident is classified, by ICAO, as a fatal injury . Note 2.— An aircraft is considered to be missing when the official search has been terminated and the wreckage has not been located. Should the wreckage be subsequently located, consideration should be given to re-open the investigation as per 5.13. Note 3.— The type of unmanned aircraft system to be investigated is addressed in 5.1 [of Annex 13]. Note 4.— Guidance for the determination of aircraft damage can be found in Attachment G [of Annex 13].
    an be found in Attachment G [of Annex 13].)
  • ATS route  + (Note 1.— The term 'ATS route' is used to m
    Note 1.— The term 'ATS route' is used to mean variously, airway, advisory route, controlled or uncontrolled route, arrival or departure route, etc. Note 2.— An ATS route is defined by route specifications which include an ATS route designator, the track to or from significant points (waypoints), distance between significant points, reporting requirements and, as determined by the appropriate ATS authority, the lowest safe altitude. (note source: ICAO)
    lowest safe altitude. (note source: ICAO))
  • Instrument Meteorological Conditions  + (Note 1.— [An 11] The specified minima for visual meteorological conditions are contained in Annex 2. Note 2.— [PANS-ATM] In a control zone, a VFR flight may proceed under instrument meteorological conditions if and as authorized by air traffic control.)
  • NOTAM Processing Unit  + (Note that this Unit may perform these functions for its own purposes only or may act on behalf of one or more Client. The EAD (European AIS Database) is an example of a NOTAM Processing Unit.)
  • Military Mission Trajectory  + (OBSOLETE TERM)
  • Operational Reply Message  + (ORM messages are either MAN, REJ or ACK.)
  • Obstacle Clearance Height  + (Obstacle clearance height is referenced to
    Obstacle clearance height is referenced to the threshold elevation or in the case of non-precision approaches to the aerodrome elevation or the threshold elevation if that is more than 2 metres (7 feet) below the aerodrome elevation. An obstacle clearance height for a [[circling approach]] is referenced to the aerodrome elevation.
    is referenced to the aerodrome elevation.)