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  • Air Traffic Service Route Type  + (A classification of the Air Traffic Service (ATS) route segment describing the characteristics and requirements for its usage.)
  • Climb Cruise Operations  + (A climb technique employed by aircraft, usually at a constant power setting, resulting in an increase of altitude as the aircraft weight decreases.)
  • Reference location  + (A code used in the [[Central Flow Management Unit]] (CFMU) [[Air Traffic Flow and Capacity Management]] (ATFCM) systems to describe one or more aerodromes, an Air Traffic Control (ATC) waypoint or an entire ATC sector.)
  • Aeronautical Unit Designator  + (A coded designator associated with the aeronautical unit.)
  • Aeronautical Organization Identifier  + (A coded identifier of the organisation, authority, agency or unit.)
  • SWIM profile  + (A coherent, appropriately-sized grouping of middleware functions/services for a given set of technical constraints/requirements that permit a set of stakeholders to realize Information sharing.)
  • Administrative domain  + (A collection of end systems, intermediate systems and subnetworks operated by a single organization or administrative authority.)
  • Architectural Description  + (A collection of products to document an architecture.)
  • System  + (A collection of technical components organized to accomplish a specific function or set of functions.)
  • Standard level column  + (A column of consecutive cruising levels within a [[standard level table]].)
  • Capability Configuration  + (A combination of Roles and Technical Systems configured to provide a Capability derived from operational and/or business need(s) of a stakeholder type.)
  • Functional system  + (A combination of procedures, human resources and equipment, including hardware and software, organised to perform a function within the context of ATM/ANS and other ATM network functions.)
  • Object  + (A combination of radar targets and related information which are correlated in time and space.)
  • Instrument Landing System  + (A combination of radio navigation services intended to facilitate aircraft in landing by providing lateral and vertical guidance including indications of distance from the optimum point of landing.)
  • Microwave Landing System Azimuth  + (A component of a Microwave Landing System (MLS) consisting of a Super High Frequency (SHF) transmitter radiating signals to provide lateral indications to aircraft approaching the runway.)
  • Microwave Landing System Elevation  + (A component of a Microwave Landing System (MLS) consisting of an Super High Frequency (SHF) transmitter radiating signals to provide vertical indications as an angular value to aircraft approaching the runway.)
  • Instrument Landing System Localizer  + (A component of an ILS consisting of a VHF transmitter, radiating signals in the direction served by the ILS, and providing a straight line azimuth path in the horizontal plane containing the centre line of the runway.)
  • Instrument Landing System Glide Path  + (A component of an Instrument Landing Syste
    A component of an Instrument Landing System (ILS) consisting of an Ultra High Frequency (UHF) transmitter radiating signals and providing a straight-line descent path in the vertical plane containing the center line of the runway served by the ILS, and thereby furnishing descent information down to the surface of the runway.
    rmation down to the surface of the runway.)
  • Pre-Tactical System  + (A computer based system, used by Network O
    A computer based system, used by Network Operations and [[Flow Management Position]]s (FMPs) for [[Air Traffic Flow and Capacity Management]] (ATFCM) Pre-Tactical operations. It compares historic demand with forecasted capacities and sector configurations to predict the need for the following day's ATFCM measures. Regulations can be implemented in this system in order to assess their impact before being applied in the [[Enhanced Tactical Flow Management System]] (ETFMS).
    Tactical Flow Management System]] (ETFMS).)
  • Gate-to-Gate  + (A concept where the air traffic operations of ATM community members are such that the successive planning and operational phases of their processes are managed and can be achieved in a seamless and coherent way.)
  • ATM constraint  + (A condition that restricts the use of the airspace and limits the individual AU, Airport and ANSP in its operation with the purpose to optimize the operation on a network level (regional, sub-regional and local level).)
  • Interleave  + (A condition where two or more [[pulse train]]s become superimposed in time so that their pulse time spacing can be distinguished and the correct codes established.)
  • Circuit mode  + (A configuration of the communications network which gives the appearance to the application of a dedicated transmission path.)
  • Architectural Product  + (A connected and coherent set of Architectural Elements which conform to the EATMA framework.)
  • Known consignor  + (A consignor who originates cargo or mail for its own account and whose procedures meet common security rules and standards sufficient to allow the carriage of cargo or mail on any aircraft.)
  • Required Navigation Performance Type  + (A containment value expressed as a distance from the intended position within which flights would be located for at least 95 percent of the total flying time.)
  • Service  + (A contractual provision of something (a non physical object), by one, for the use of one or more others.)
  • Control area  + (A controlled airspace extending upwards from a specified limit above the earth.)
  • Runway declared distance  + (A conventional operational distance declared for a [[Runway Direction]].)
  • Just culture  + (A culture in which front line operators or
    A culture in which front line operators or others are not punished for actions, omissions or decisions taken by them that are commensurate with their experience and training, but where gross negligence, wilful violations and destructive acts are not tolerated.
    ns and destructive acts are not tolerated.)
  • Enterprise phase  + (A current or future state of a “WholeLifeEnterprise” or another “Enterprise Phase”.)
  • Data link initiation capability  + (A data link application that provides the ability to exchange addresses, names and version numbers necessary to initiate data link applications.)
  • Safety performance indicator  + (A data-based parameter used for monitoring and assessing safety performance.)
  • Air traffic control sector  + (A defined airspace region for which an associated controller (or controllers) has ATC responsibility.)
  • Runway Strip  + (A defined area including the runway and stopway, if provided, that is intended: a) to reduce the risk of damage to aircraft running off a runway; and b) to protect aircraft flying over it during take-off or landing operations.)
  • FATO Safety Area  + (A defined area on a heliport surrounding the FATO which is free of obstacles, other than those required for air navigation purposes, and intended to reduce the risk of damage to aircraft/helicopters accidentally diverging from the FATO.)
  • Runway Turn Pad  + (A defined area on a land aerodrome adjacent to a runway for the purpose of completing a 180-degree turn on that runway.)
  • Aerodrome  + (A defined area on land or water (including any buildings, installations and equipment) intended to be used either wholly or in part for the arrival, departure and surface movement of aircraft.)
  • Seaplane landing area  + (A defined area on water at an aerodrome prescribed for the landing and take-off of seaplanes.)
  • Final Approach and Take-off Area  + (A defined area over which the final phase of the aircraft/helicopter approach manoeuvre to hover or land is completed and from which the take-off manoeuvre is commenced.)
  • Holding bay  + (A defined area where aircraft can be held, or bypassed, to facilitate efficient surface movement of aircraft.)
  • Safe Altitude Area  + (A defined area with applicable minimum altitude providing a minimum required clearance above all objects located in the area for a defined terminal procedure(s).)
  • Apron  + (A defined area, on a land aerodrome/heliport, intended to accommodate aircraft/helicopters for purposes of loading and unloading passengers, mail or cargo, and for fuelling, parking or maintenance.)
  • Loss of separation  + (A defined loss of separation between airborne aircraft occurs whenever specified [[separation minima]] in [[Controlled Airspace]] are breached. Minimum separation standards for airspace are specified by ATS authorities, based on ICAO standards.)
  • Field  + (A defined number of contiguous bits in an interrogation or reply.)
  • Taxiway  + (A defined path at an aerodrome established for the taxiing of aircraft and intended to provide a ground movement link between one part of the aerodrome and another.)
  • Transfer of control point  + (A defined point located along the flight path of an aircraft, at which the responsibility for providing air traffic control service to the aircraft is transferred from one control unit or control position to the next.)
  • Runway  + (A defined rectangular area on a land aerodrome prepared for the landing and take-off of aircraft.)
  • Stopway  + (A defined rectangular area on the ground at the end of the take-off run available that has been prepared as a suitable area in which an aircraft can be stopped in the case of an abandoned take-off.)
  • Clearway  + (A defined rectangular area on the ground or water under the control of the appropriate authority, selected or prepared as a suitable area over which an aircraft may make a portion of its initial climb to a specified height.)
 (A defined three dimensional region of space relevant to air traffic)
  • Airspace  + (A defined three dimensional region of space relevant to air traffic.)
  • Methodology  + (A defined, repeatable series of steps to address a particular type of problem, which typically centers on a defined process, but may also include definition of content.)
  • Information Entity  + (A definition (type) of an operational ATM item of interest that is subject to constraints.)
  • Integrity of aeronautical data  + (A degree of assurance that an aeronautical data and its value has not been lost or altered since the data origination or authorized amendment.)
  • Accuracy  + (A degree of conformance between the estimated or measured value and the true value.)
  • Primary delay  + (A delay other than reactionary.)
  • Visual Approach Slope Indicator System Approach Slope  + (A descent angle determined for visual vertical guidance during the final approach.)
  • Final Approach Descent Angle  + (A descent profile prescribed for vertical guidance during a final approach.)
  • Instrument flight procedure  + (A description of a series of predetermined flight manoeuvres by reference to flight instruments, published by electronic and/or printed means.)
  • Service interaction  + (A description of an information exchange between ATM stakeholders’ systems which can potentially be automated.)
  • Operational Scenario  + (A description of how a future system could
    A description of how a future system could work. Each scenario describes the behaviour of users and the future system, interaction between the two, and the wider context of use. From a detailed scenario the ATM Stakeholders should be able to identify user requirements and potential business cases.
    requirements and potential business cases.)
  • Secondary Power Description  + (A description of the availability of emergency power supply for the feature.)
  • Aerodrome Snow Plan  + (A description of the general snow plan considerations at the aerodrome.)
  • Course Type  + (A descriptor of the aircraft course to be flown.)
  • Standard Instrument Arrival  + (A designated Instrument Flight Rule (IFR) arrival route linking a significant point, normally on an Air Traffic Service (ATS) route, with a point from which a published instrument approach procedure can be commenced.)
  • Aircraft Stand  + (A designated area on an apron intended to be used for parking an aircraft.)
  • Helipad  + (A designated area, usually with a prepared surface, used for the take-off, landing, or parking of helicopters.)
  • Taxi-holding position  + (A designated position at which taxiing aircraft and vehicles shall stop and hold position, unless otherwise authorized by the aerodrome control tower.)
  • Intermediate Holding Position  + (A designated position intended for traffic control at which taxiing aircraft and vehicles shall stop and hold until further cleared to proceed, when so instructed by the aerodrome control tower.)
  • Runway Holding Position  + (A designated position intended to protect a runway, an obstacle limitation surface, or an ILS/MLS critical/sensitive area at which taxiing aircraft and vehicles shall stop and hold, unless otherwise authorized by the aerodrome control tower.)
  • Advisory route  + (A designated route along which air traffic advisory service is available.)
  • Derived Aerodrome Location Identifier  + (A designated sequence of characters formulated by the appropriate authority or provider, allowing the identification of an aerodrome which may not have an assigned ICAO or IATA code.)
  • Air Traffic Service Route Designator  + (A designator permitting the identification of any Air Traffic Service (ATS) route.)
  • Aircraft arresting hook  + (A device fitted to an aircraft to engage arresting gear.)
  • Landing Direction Indicator  + (A device that indicates visually the direction currently designated for landing and for take-off.)
  • Air data computer  + (A device which computes altitude, vertical speed, air speed and mach number from inputs of pitot and static pressure and temperature.)
  • Runway Radar Reflector  + (A device, normally placed near the threshold of a runway, used for reflecting radar signals.)
  • Target report  + (A digital message which depending on the filtering function applied can be either polished / filtered plot or track.)
  • Network Manager Directorate  + (A directorate of Eurocontrol, located in Brussels.)
  • Flight progress display  + (A display of data from which the actual and intended progress of flights may be readily determined.)
  • Safety Directive  + (A document issued or adopted by a competent authority which mandates actions to be performed on a functional system to restore safety, when evidence shows that aviation safety may otherwise be compromised.)
  • Business plan  + (A document or series of documents intended to determine the mission, goals and individual objectives of an organisation in preparation for implementation over some stated period of time.)
  • Air traffic controller licence  + (A document that identifies a person as a qualified air traffic controller and contains personal, medical and professional qualifications including details of ratings, endorsements and current competence/validity.)
  • Propose route function  + (A dynamic route generator available in [[IFPS]], [[NOP]] and CIAO (in the [[AOWIR]] tool).It provides one or more routes according to a series of conditions such as city-pair, aircraft type, [[EOBT]], etc.)
  • Air route traffic control center  + (A facility established to provide air traf
    A facility established to provide air traffic control service to aircraft operating on IFR flight plans within controlled airspace and principally during the en route phase of flight. When equipment capabilities and controller workload permit, certain advisory/assistance services may be provided to VFR aircraft.
    services may be provided to VFR aircraft.)
  • Radio navigation aid  + (A facility or system external to the aircraft that generates electro-magnetic signals to be used by aircraft navigation systems for position determination or flight path guidance.)
  • Radio Navigation Service Limitation  + (A factor which would detract expected performance of a navigational aid signal circular sector.)
  • Noise factor  + (A figure defined for a receiver as the rat
    A figure defined for a receiver as the ratio of the noise at the output of the practical receiver and the noise output of an ideal receiver at standard temperature T0 (290° K). The noise factor is in practice defined as the Signal-to-Noise ratio at the input divided by the Signal-to-Noise ratio at the output of a receiver.
    o-Noise ratio at the output of a receiver.)
  • Bandpass filter  + (A filter designed to transmit a range of frequencies (the bandwidth) between two cutoff frequencies and to reject frequencies outside that range.)
  • Missed approach turning fix  + (A fix different from MAPt [missed approach point] that marks a turn in the missed approach segment.)
  • Along-track error  + (A fix error along the flight track resulting from the total error contributions.)
  • Initial Approach Fix  + (A fix that marks the beginning of the initial segment and the end of the arrival segment, if applicable.)
  • Intermediate Fix  + (A fix that marks the end of an initial segment and the beginning of the intermediate segment.)
  • Along-track tolerance  + (A fix tolerance along the nominal track resulting from the airborne and ground equipment tolerances.)
  • Missed approach holding fix  + (A fix used in RNAV applications that marks the end of the missed approach segment and the centre point for the missed approach holding.)
  • Military Variable Profile Area  + (A flexible composition of defined modular portions of airspace to fulfil military needs, restricting airspace utilisation for other airspace users only by the necessary minimum.)
  • IFR flight  + (A flight conducted in accordance with instrument flight rules (IFR).)
  • Controlled VFR flight  + (A flight conducted under VFR within Class B airspace and in accordance with an ATC clearance.)
  • Replacement Flight Plan Procedure  + (A flight planning procedure whereby the flight plan originator substitutes the original routeing for an alternative one.)
  • Amplitude modulation  + (A form of modulation in which the amplitude of a carrier wave is varied in accordance with some characteristic of the modulating signal.)