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[[Actual Take-Off Time]]
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[[Actual Take-Off Time]] (ATOT)
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[[Estimated Take-Off Time]] (ETOT)
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=== Abbreviation ===
 
=== Abbreviation ===
CTOT
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{{#set:abbreviation=CTOT}}
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{{#ask: [[Calculated Take-Off Time]] | ?abbreviation=  |mainlabel=- }}
 
=== Definition ===
 
=== Definition ===
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{{#set:definition=1.A time calculated and issued by the Central Flow Management unit, as a result of tactical slot allocation, at which a flight is expected to become airborne.
  
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2.An Air Traffic Flow & Capacity Management (ATFCM) departure slot, forming part of an Air Traffic Control (ATC) clearance, which is issued to a flight affected by Network Management regulations. It is defined by a time and tolerance (-5 to +10 minutes) during which period the flight is expected to take-off.
|def=The reference time of an ATFM slot.
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{{#ask: [[Calculated Take-Off Time]] | ?definition=  |mainlabel=- }}
  
 
=== Definition Source ===
 
=== Definition Source ===
EUROCONTROL EATMP Glossary, June 2001
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{{#set:defsource=1. EUROCONTROL/IATA/ACI, Airport CDM Implementation Manual, V.4, March 2012
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2. NM Glossary (2014)
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{{#ask: [[Calculated Take-Off Time]] | ?defsource=  |mainlabel=- }}
 
=== Note ===
 
=== Note ===
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{{#set:note=Reference: ICAO Doc 7030/4 – EUR, Table 7}}
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{{#ask: [[Calculated Take-Off Time]] | ?note=  |mainlabel=- }}
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=== Lexicon Release ===
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Lexicon Release 2016.1
  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:30, 5 July 2016

Link Semantic Value
Term Calculated Take-Off Time
Status


Mandatory for


Contexts

EUROCONTROL, SESAR, ICAO

Categories
Synonyms


Related entries

ATFM departure slot

Actual Take-Off Time (ATOT)

Estimated Take-Off Time (ETOT)

Target Take-Off Time (TTOT)

Broader term


Narrower term


Abbreviation

CTOT

Definition

1.A time calculated and issued by the Central Flow Management unit, as a result of tactical slot allocation, at which a flight is expected to become airborne.

2.An Air Traffic Flow & Capacity Management (ATFCM) departure slot, forming part of an Air Traffic Control (ATC) clearance, which is issued to a flight affected by Network Management regulations. It is defined by a time and tolerance (-5 to +10 minutes) during which period the flight is expected to take-off.

Definition Source

1. EUROCONTROL/IATA/ACI, Airport CDM Implementation Manual, V.4, March 2012

2. NM Glossary (2014)

Note

Reference: ICAO Doc 7030/4 – EUR, Table 7

Lexicon Release

Lexicon Release 2016.1