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{{#set:definition=A set of consecutive segments linking waypoints and/or points computed by FMS (airborne) or by TP (ground) to build the vertical profile and the lateral transitions; each point defined by a longitude, a latitude, a level and a time.
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=== Definition Source ===
 
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SESAR Consortium (2007) CONOPS Acronyms and Definitions, Task 2.2.2 - Milestone 3, Document Number: DLT-0612-222-02-00
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Revision as of 10:37, 26 May 2011

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Term 4D Trajectory
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Abbreviation

  
4D Trajectory

Definition

  
4D TrajectoryA set of consecutive segments linking published waypoints and/or pseudo waypoints computed by air or ground tools (Flight Operations Centre system, aircraft Flight Management System, ground Trajectory Predictor) to build the lateral transitions and the vertical profiles. Each point is defined by a longitude, latitude, a level and a time.

Definition Source

  
4D TrajectorySESAR Concept of Operations Step 1 Final Edition 2015 Del ID D124 (Ed. 02.02.00)

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4D Trajectory