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  • Aircraft stand taxilane  + (The terms "[[taxiway]]" and "[[taxilane]]" should be clearly distinguished, as reflected in their definitions. (Note of the EUROCONTROL terminologist))
  • Magnetic Variation  + (The value given indicates whether the angular difference is East (positive) or West (negative) of True North. True North is the direction of the northern point at which the geographic meridian lines meet.)
  • ATM community  + (The various members comprising the ATM com
    The various members comprising the ATM community are: the Aerodrome community, Airspace providers, Airspace users, the ATM service providers, the ATM support industry, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), Regulatory authorities and States. (''same source'')
    authorities and States. (''same source''))
  • Microwave Landing System Elevation  + (The vertical information is the locus of p
    The vertical information is the locus of points in any vertical plane where the decoded guidance angle is constant. SHF is the frequency band between 3 and 30 gigahertz (GHz). The elevation and azimuth stations of the Microwave Landing System operate from 5031 to 5091 megahertz (MHz) in this spectrum.
    to 5091 megahertz (MHz) in this spectrum.)
  • Approach Minimum Visibility  + (The visibility value, observed in accordan
    The visibility value, observed in accordance with the definition of ""visibility"", which is reached or exceeded within at least half the horizon circle or within at least half of the surface of the aerodrome. These areas could comprise contiguous or non-contiguous sectors. This value may be assessed by human observation and/or instrumented systems. When instruments are installed, they are used to obtain the best estimate of the prevailing visibility.
    est estimate of the prevailing visibility.)
  • Aeronautical Mobile Communications Panel  + (The work programme of AMCP was further exp
    The work programme of AMCP was further expanded on 20 June 1996 (ANC 142-13) with the inclusion of work on high frequency data link (HFDL) and again on 19 March 1998 (ANC 147-13) with the inclusion of activities related to the protection of aeronautical spectrum, in particular, in relation to the work of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). (...)Further amendments to the work programme included the development of additional material on aeronautical mobile-satellite service (AMSS) (ANC 151-9) and the updating of the detailed technical specifications for air-ground data links (ANC 154-11).
    ns for air-ground data links (ANC 154-11).)
  • Infrastructure System  + (Their purpose is to provide a standardized way to support interactions between Domain Systems.)
  • Mode  + (There are four modes specified in Annex 10: A, C, S and intermode.)
  • Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System  + (There are three different versions: TCAS I provides traffic advisories; TCAS II provides traffic advisories and vertical resolution advisories (RA); and TCAS IV, when developed, will provide traffic advisories and vertical and horizontal RAs.)
  • Dynamic Mobile Area  + (There are two types of DMA that have been
    There are two types of DMA that have been identified for Step 2: DMA Type 1 is a volume of airspace of defined dimensions described as integral part of MT at flexible geographical locations agreed upon a CDM process, satisfying Airspace Users requirements in terms of a time and/or distance constraint parameters from a reference point as specified by AU (e.g. Aerodrome of Departure). DMA Type2 is a volume of airspace of defined dimensions described as integral part of Mission Trajectory and agreed upon a CDM process, satisfying the Airspace Users requirements. This volume of airspace may be planned and used at any geographical location along the trajectory.
    eographical location along the trajectory.)
  • IATA Location Identifier  + (These location identifiers may not be unique.)
  • Short Term ATFCM Measures  + (These measures are capable of reducing the traffic complexity for ATC with minimum curtailing for the airspace users. STAM is based on high-quality data for prediction and accurate traffic analysis and will be an important contribution to dynamic DCB.)
  • Land and Hold Short Operation  + (These operations include landing and holding short of an intersecting runway, a taxiway, a predetermined point, or an approach/departure flightpath. (''same source''))
  • Aircraft Operator Liaison Officer  + (They assist the Network Management Cell (NMC) in preparing the pre-tactical plan. They participate in tactical operations, in particular with reroutings. Weather is monitored, and anticipated for its Network impact.)
  • Off-Route Obstruction Clearance Altitude  + (This altitude may not provide signal coverage from ground-based navigational aids, air traffic control radar, or communications coverage.)
  • Off-Route Terrain Clearance Altitude  + (This altitude may not provide signal coverage from ground-based navigational aids, air traffic control radar, or communications coverage.)
  • Aeronautical industry service communication  + (This communication involves one or more aeronautical industry service administrations. This term is used for purposes of address administration.)
  • Level constraint  + (This constraint can be : A Cleared Flight Level. The category is "executive". A Requested Flight Level. The category is "planning" An En-route Cruise Level. The category is "flight_plan". (''same source''))
  • Adverse conditions  + (This definition encompasses [[adverse weat
    This definition encompasses [[adverse weather conditions]]. In most cases, the airport capacity will be affected. However, other Key Performance Areas may also be impacted (e.g. the predictability of operations may decrease). The consequence of adverse conditions at an airport may be arrival and departure delays and / or flight cancellations. In many cases, the ATM Network will also suffer from the disruption. ''(same source)''
    fer from the disruption. ''(same source)'')
  • Update of the Reference Business or Mission Trajectory  + (This definition is subject to change in the framework of the Transition ConOps work.)
  • Revision of the Reference Business or Mission Trajectory  + (This definition is subject to change in the framework of the Transition ConOps work.)
  • Ground earth station  + (This definition is used in the ITU's Radio
    This definition is used in the ITU's Radio Regulations under the term 'aeronautical earth station.' The definition herein as 'GES' for use in the draft SARPs is to clearly distinguish it from an aircraft earth station (AES), which is a mobile station on an aircraft.
    which is a mobile station on an aircraft.)
  • Aerodrome Movement Area  + (This includes any Aerodrome Service Roads when they are collocated with an apron, taxiway, or runway.)
  • Runway Designator  + (This may be used to identify either both directions of the runway (for example: '09/27' or '02R/20L') or one direction independently (for example: '27', '35L', '01R').)
  • Pre-departure  + (This phase also include pushback when the aircraft is moving in the gate, ramp, or parking area, assisted by a tow vehicle (tug).)
  • Helipad  + (This prepared surface could either be located on land or on a platform over water. It may or may not be associated with an aerodrome. For example: a hospital helipad, and an offshore rig helipad.)
  • VHF Omnidirectional Radio Beacon  + (This term is derived from the expression 'very high frequency omnidirectional radio range'.)
  • Holding fix  + (This term supersedes the formerly used term [[holding point]].)
  • Approach Type  + (This will also form part of the procedure name.)
  • Vertical structure  + (Those vertical structures that are located on an area intended for the surface movement of aircraft or that extend above a defined surface intended to protect aircraft in flight are considered obstacles.)
  • Non-scheduled air service  + (Though the terms non-scheduled and charter
    Though the terms non-scheduled and charter (i.e. a contractual arrangement between an air carrier and an entity hiring or leasing its aircraft) have come to be used interchangeably, it should be noted that not all commercial non-scheduled operations are charter flights. (''same source'')
    ons are charter flights. (''same source''))
  • Collaborative Decision Making  + (Through this process, ATM community member
    Through this process, ATM community members share information related to that decision and agree on and apply the decision-making approach and principles. The overall objective of the process is to improve the performance of the ATM system as a whole while balancing the needs of individual ATM community members.
    needs of individual ATM community members.)
  • Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution  + (To address this problem, the UN ECE Conven
    To address this problem, the UN ECE Convention on Long Range Transboundary Air Pollution was signed in Geneva in 1979 and entered into force in 1983. The Convention was the first internationally legally binding instrument to deal with problems of air pollution on a broad regional basis. (''same source'')
    a broad regional basis. (''same source''))
  • Air-to-ground communication  + (To be distinguished from [[air-ground communication]] !)
  • Air-ground communication  + (To be distinguished from [[air-to-ground communication]] !)
  • Key Performance Indicator  + (To be relevant, indicators need to correct
    To be relevant, indicators need to correctly express the intention of the associated performance objective. Since indicators support objectives, they should be defined having a specific performance objective in mind. Indicators are not often directly measured. They are calculated from supporting metrics according to clearly defined formulas, e.g. cost-per-flight-indicator equal Sum(cost)/Sum(flights). Performance measurement is therefore done through the collection of data for the supporting metrics. (same source)
    for the supporting metrics. (same source))
  • Airspace Data Repository  + (To that end, ADR will constitute a virtual
    To that end, ADR will constitute a virtual airspace data repository, providing a common and consistent source of airspace information combining both static and dynamic elements to form a coherent picture which will support the ASM/ATFCM/ATC collaborative process.
    t the ASM/ATFCM/ATC collaborative process.)
  • Traffic Demand  + (Traffic Demand reflects the AOs’ intentions before the application of any Air Traffic Flow & Capacity Management (ATFCM) constraint.)
  • Vertical Distance Reference  + (Two series of values exist: 1. real distance from either GND, MSL, or the WGS-84 ellipsoid; 2. pressure distance.)
  • Aerodrome forecast  + (Two types of TAFs exist: the 'short' TAF (TAF FC) has a validity period of 9 hours and is issued every 3 hours while the 'long' TAF (TAF FT) has a validity period of 30 hours and is issued every 6 hours. (same source))
  • Runway excursion  + (Types of Runway Excursion A departing ai
    Types of Runway Excursion A departing aircraft fails to become airborne or sucessfully reject the take off before reaching the end of the designated runway. A landing aircraft is unable to stop before the end of the designated runway is reached. An aircraft taking off, rejecting take off or landing departs the side of the designated runway. An aircraft attempting a landing touches down in the undershoot area of the designated landing runway within the aerodrome perimeter. A runway or taxiway other than the designated one is used for a take off or a landing
    ed one is used for a take off or a landing)
  • Background noise  + (Typical elements of background noise inclu
    Typical elements of background noise include (but are not limited to): ambient noise from sources around the microphone site; thermal electrical noise generated by components in the measurement system; magnetic flux noise (“tape hiss”) from analog tape recorders; and digitization noise caused by quantization error in digital converters. Some elements of background noise, such as digitization noise, can obscure the aircraft noise signal, while others, such as ambient noise, can also contribute energy to the measured aircraft noise signal.
    rgy to the measured aircraft noise signal.)
  • Warning area  + (U.S.: A warning area is airspace of define
    U.S.: A warning area is airspace of defined dimensions, extending from 3 NM outward from the coast of the United States, that contains activity that may be hazardous to nonparticipating aircraft. The purpose of such warning areas is to warn nonparticipating pilots of the potential danger. A warning area may be located over domestic or international waters or both. ''(source:FAA, Pilot/Controller Glossary)''
    '(source:FAA, Pilot/Controller Glossary)'')
  • Instrument flight procedure  + (UK Directorate of Airspace Policy, CAP 785
    UK Directorate of Airspace Policy, CAP 785: "Approval Requirements for Instrument Flight Procedures for Use in UK Airspace" gives examples: Instrument Flight Procedure (IFP) – A standard instrument arrival, an instrument approach procedure, or a standard instrument departure.
    edure, or a standard instrument departure.)
  • Underwater locator beacon  + (ULBs are also sometimes required to be att
    ULBs are also sometimes required to be attached directly to an aircraft fuselage. When triggered by water immersion, the ULB emits an ultrasonic pulse of 37.5 kHz at an interval of once per second, for a duration of at least 30 days. The devices are designed not only to survive accidents, but to function correctly after impact.
    s, but to function correctly after impact.)
  • Address domain  + (Under the ISO plan, any address authority may define subdomains within its own domain and delegate authority within those sub-domains.)
  • AMC-Manageable Area  + (Under the TAA Process, these manageable areas are either formal structures entitled “TSAs or TRAs” or R&D Areas that are manageable at Level 2 in the same way as TSA/TRAs.)
  • ACC observed capacity  + (Units: Mvts/hr)
  • Air Refuelling Point  + (Usages include, for example, entry/exit, rendezvous and navigation checkpoint.)
  • Area Initial Angle  + (Used to define an area based on a center point plus two angles and two distances.)