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ACC nominal capacity +Can be determined for any sector configuration Units: Mvts/hr  +
ACC nominal saturated capacity +Calculated by the EUROCONTROL Central Flow Management Unit (CFMU), by dividing the sum of the individual sector capacities by the average number of active sectors crossed by each flight. Units: Mvts/hr  +
ACC nominal zero delay capacity +Calculated using the FACET (FAP ACC Capacity Evaluation Tool) simulation. It is the sum of individual sector capacities, multiplied by the minimum Capacity Demand ratio or divided by the maximum Demand Capacity ratio ((10))((10))Units: Mvts/hr  +
ACC observed capacity +Units: Mvts/hr  +
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.  +
ATC Flight Plan Change message +AFP = ATC Flight plan Proposal message FNM = Flight Notification Message MFS = Message from Shanwick  +
ATC Flight Plan Message +AFP = ATC Flight Plan Proposal message FNM = Flight Notification message  +
ATC Modification of FPL +When an ATC Unit determines that a flight plan (FPL) acknowledged by [[Integrated Initial Flight Plan Processing System]] (IFPS) needs to be changed, it shall notify IFPS either via phone or AFTN/SITA. In order for the (IFPS) to manually identify the message subject and to facilitate possible future system processing, the title ‘AMOD’ should be used at the beginning of the SITA/AFTN message.  +
ATFCM Notification Message +The ANM may be updated on the day of operation, either by 'Change', 'Cancellation' or 'New' messages.  +
ATFM delay +It is expressed in minutes.  +
ATFM slot swapping +The possibility to extend it further to swapping between flights not sharing the same Most Penalising Regulation is under study. (source: SESAR, Project: 7.6.4)  +
ATM Sub-Functionality +An ATM Functionality is composed of one or more sub-functionalities.  +
ATM community +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'')  +
ATN host computer +In OSI terms, it denotes an End System. An ATN Host Computer may also implement the upper layers necessary to support the Systems Management Agent and Systems Management Manager and upper layer protocols as specified for the supported end-user applications.  +
ATN router +In ISO terms, an ATN router comprises an OSI intermediate system and an end system supporting a systems management agent.  +
ATS environment data base +The ATS Environment Data Base is used by the CFMU systems for the calculation of flight profiles taking account of all the airspace constraints.  +
ATS route +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)  +
Ab initio trainee controller +The ab initio phase ends after institutional training, before entering into on-the-job training (OJT).  +
Absolute Horizontal Accuracy (95%) +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.  +
Absolute Vertical Accuracy (95%) +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.  +
Accident +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].  +
Accuracy +For measured positional data the accuracy is normally expressed in terms of a distance from a stated position within which there is a defined confidence of the true position falling.  +
Actor +For the concept of the architecture element ‘actor’ different names are used. Common similar terms are: Business Actor, Performer, Logical Node. An actor in the context of Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSP) can be an organisation/unit like an ATS unit (ACC,APP, TWR) or an individual like an air traffic controller, planning controller, executive controller, etc.  +
Actual Off-Block Time +Equivalent to Airline / Handlers ATD "Actual Time of Departure" & ACARS=OUT  +
Address domain +Under the ISO plan, any address authority may define subdomains within its own domain and delegate authority within those sub-domains.  +
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