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and supersedes, on 1 November , all previous editions of Doc International Civil Aviation Organization. Doc ATM/ The version (16th Edition) of Doc (Officially “PANS-ATM, Download the original document here (PDF, 6mB), and note: The 16th. to the PANS-ATM (Doc ), Fifteenth Edition. Date of applicability. Amendment No. 1. (Approved by the President of the Council of ICAO.


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Doc Air Traffic Management. Sixteenth Edition, INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION. PROCEDURES FOR AIR. Part of a message defined in the PANS-ATM (Doc ) in terms of display . Manual of Air Traffic Services Data Lin Applications (Doc )). Doc PANS ATM. Air Traffic Management - Procedures for Air Navigation Services. The Procedures for Air Navigation Services - Air Traffic.

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Guidance material on the application of performance based navigation to a specific indicates that an aircraft meets the RNP type prescribed for the route segment s. Note 3. Note Location Indicators. Flight level.

Kilometres per hour. Appendix 1. OR by DCT.

Additional significant points shall be established as deemed necessary. For flights operating in areas outside those latitudes the tracks shall be defined by significant points formed by the intersection of parallels of latitude with meridians normally spaced at 20 degrees of longitude.

For flights operating predominantly in a north-south direction. The distance between significant points shall.

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Make up the correct number of figures. In areas of high latitude where it is determined by the appropriate authority that reference to degrees magnetic is impractical.

THENfollowed by the distance from the aidpoint in the form of 3 figures expressing nautical miles. THENfollowed by the bearing from the aidpoint in the form of 3 figures giving degrees magnetic. The identification of the navigation aid normally a VOR reference point.

THEN the speed to be maintained during cruise climb. THEN the point at which cruise climb is planned to start. Hyphens or oblique strokes should only be used as prescribed below. Include as many of the descriptors below. The revised route is subject to reclearance in flight. The identification of the significant point followed by the bearing from the point in the form of 3 figures giving degrees magnetic. For aerodromes not listed in the relevant Aeronautical Information Publication.

Indicate GNSS augmentation under this indicator.

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MM equals the month and DD equals the day. V and M.

Bearing and distance from the nearest significant point. Volume I — Flight Procedures. For aerodromes. Doc Filing Time.

Instructions for the transmission of a supplementary flight plan SPL message Items to be transmitted Transmit items as indicated hereunder. The alignment function is to be inserted only in lieu of a space.

ITEM G: Instructions for the completion of the repetitive flight plan RPL listing form. The standard fields of data permitted in ATS messages are as shown in the following table. The numbers in column 1 correspond with those in the reference table on page A Message contents.

Field type Data 3 Message type Field Type 10 — Equipment and Capabilities Format: The correct number of numerics is to be made up. Guidance material on the application of performance-based navigation to a specific indicates that an aircraft meets the RNP type prescribed for the route segment s.

It shall be terminated here in message type RQP if the estimated off-block time is not known. Location added. Location Indicators..

Any other necessary information in the preferred sequence shown hereunder. OR Bearing and distance from the nearest significant point. The revised route is subject to reclearance in flight..

The expression of position or route The following alternative data conventions shall be used for the expression of position or route: Examples of ATS messages.

The message may also be sent to the London Centre or the data may be passed to that centre by voice. Shanwick and Gander Centres. It is assumed that both centres are computer-equipped.

From this point the flight will fly at a constant Mach number of. SSR Code HF RTF. Amendment line if necessary 2.

It is assumed that both centres are equipped with ATC computers. In such cases a continuous turn should be extended beyond degrees heading change, in order to re-intercept the offset contingency track as soon as operationally feasible; and furthermore, if executing such a turn back in a 56 km 30 NM lateral separation route structure, extreme caution pertaining to opposite direction traffic on adjacent routes must be exercised and any climb or descent, as specified in North Atlantic Procedures There can be no doubt, the airspace in the North Atlantic is the most densely packed oceanic airspace in the world.

The tracks are tighter and the longitudinal spacing is reduced. It only makes sense that contingency procedures have to consider all that. Starting March 28, , you will have these procedures to remember.

General Procedures Note. The direction of the turn should be based on one or more of the following: 1 aircraft position relative to any organized track or route system, 2 the direction of flights and flight levels allocated on adjacent tracks, 3 the direction to an alternate airport; 4 any strategic lateral offset being flown, and 5 terrain clearance; b the aircraft should be flown at a flight level and an offset track where other aircraft are less likely to be encountered.

However, the controller may also attempt to make voice communication contact with the aircraft; Note. Subsequent ATC action with respect to that aircraft shall be based on the intentions of the pilot and overall traffic situation. Actions to be taken once offset from track.Kilometres per hour.

Oceanic Contingencies

However, iIf a flight plan is filed more than 24 hours in advance of the estimated off-block time of the flight to which it refers, that flight plan shall be held in abeyance until at most 24 hours before the flight begins so as to avoid the need for the insertion of a date group into that the date of the flight departure shall be inserted in Item 18 of the flight plan.

Filing Time. The aircraft shall attempt to establish communications with the appropriate air traffic control unit using all other available means.

Any other necessary information in the preferred sequence shown hereunder. Significant constraints are documented in the relevant Aeronautical Information Publication. The distance between significant points shall. I've done this eighteen times in my short life and there has never been anything negative as a result.