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While the first stratospheric flight proposed for Kiruna intends to test the balloon and gondola equipment, the stated purpose of the flight was to prepare for the release of aerosols into the stratosphere later in the year in Kiruna. Since the goal of the initial flight is to enable the subsequent release of particles, this planned balloon flight must be viewed as integral to the project’s intention of conducting open-air testing and particle release. (...) Available at: https://www.etcgroup.org/content/big-bad-fix 9 Fountain, H & Flavelle, C (2021) “Test Flight for Sunlight-Blocking Research Is Canceled”, New York Times. 2 April.
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Score: 1396835.5 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...%20frontier%20technologies.pdf
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The use of some pre-formatted CPDLC message elements as conventional expression during exchanges between Air Traffic Controllers and Pilots, in many reported cases can be confusing and may lead to a dangerous situation, for the flight. It is recommended to use such message elements only when the meaning and scope are well mastered. (...) While CPDLC is expected to contribute to an improved safety flight operation, there are some circumstances that could lead to hazardous occurrences, unless properly addressed. (...) Such “cruise climb to” clearance allows a flight to evolve in stages, from 100 to 200 feet as its weight decreases and the optimum level increases to its cruising level.
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Score: 1396824.6 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...0message%20elements_ASECNA.pdf
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ASHTAM : A special series NOTAM notifying by means of a specific format change in activity of a volcano, a volcanic eruption and/or volcanic ash cloud that is of significance to aircraft operations. 13.9 : Relevant sections of contingency plans that may have an effect on international flights should be published in Section ENR 1.8 of the AIP of the State and made available to airspace users on the public internet website of the ANSP, and the hyperlink provided to ICAO WACAF/ESAF Regional Office for inclusion into the Regional ATM Contingency Plan. 14.8 : Details of ATS routes referred to in the contingency ATS routes and associated flight level allocation schemes should be published in Section ENR 3 of the State AIP. 14.10: Relevant sections of contingency plans that may have an effect on international flights should be published in Section ENR 1.8 of the AIP of the State and made available to airspace users on the public internet website of the ANSP, and the hyperlink provided to ICAO ESAF/WACAF Regional Office for inclusion into the Regional ATM Contingency Plan. 15.7: Details of contingency ATS routes and associated flight level allocation schemes should be published in ENR 3 section of the State AIP. (...) Airspace users need as much advance notification as possible on the status of a volcano and/or volcanic ash airspace contamination and/or volcanic ash deposition at airports for strategic planning and the execution of flights to ensure the safety of the flying public. 2.2.1: Information on areas of observed and/or forecast volcanic ash shall be disseminated in accordance with Annex 3 [ Meteorological Services for International Air Navigation ] and Annex 15 [ Aeronautical Information Services ] and PANS-AIM (Doc 10066) . (...) States should ensure that alerting information is distributed expeditiously by the most appropriate means to allow for the early warning of aircraft in flight.
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Score: 1393001.6 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...0the%20Contingency%20plan.docx
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(State/ Airline/user) New Flight Plan Format Implementation Status GRENADA New Flight Plan Format Implementation Status Follow-up Meeting/Workshop on the Implementation of the New ICAO Flight Plan Format for NAM/CAR Regions (Mexico City, Mexico, 26 to 28 March 2012) OUTLINE a) State´s General Information b) Upgrades to Automated Systems c) Tests d) Publications e) Training f) Safety Assessments g) Contingency Measures h) Switchover Plan) i) Letter of Agreement and other operational issues State´s General Information Maurice Bishop TMA: APP/ TWR Units 1. (...) Has your Administration took action to upgrade the FPL processing system(s) in coordination with the corresponding supplier yes Contacted supplier ( DISC) for upgrading Flight Management software system. Assurance was given for required date. 2. (...) Y/N Provide details GRENADANew Flight Plan Format Implementation Status OUTLINE State´s General Information Upgrades to Automated Systems TESTS Publications Contingency Measures Switchover Plan Letter of Agreement and other operational issues  Training
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Score: 1391823.4 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...gs/2012/FPLWorkshop2012/P1.pdf
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Climatological Information Service GAMET Service WAFS Service IAVW Service TCAC Service RMM Service Flight Briefing Service AIREP MET SUPPORT & END USERS AERODROME METEOROLOGICAL OFFICE Met. (...) Warnings METEOROLOGICAL WATCH OFFICE SIGMET AIRMET GLOBAL/REGIONAL CENTRES Aero Climatological Information GAMET WAFS IAVW TCAC RMM FLOPS STRATEGIC PLANF TACTICAL ATM ATS ATC ATC TWR ATC APP ATC ENR FIS Alert ASM AGA AOP AD METAR/SPECI LOCAL REPORT TAF L/TO FORECAST AFS/CNS AIREP Flight Briefing AFS/CNS MET BASIC ELEMENTS/REFERENCES ICAO SARPs MET AERODROME METEOROLOGICAL OFFICE Met. (...) Climatological Information Service GAMET Service WAFS Service IAVW Service TCAC Service RMM Service Flight Briefing Service AIREP Doc 8896, Doc 9873, Doc 9837, Doc 10003, Doc 9328, Doc 9377 Doc 8896, Doc 9873, Doc 10003, Doc 9377 Doc 8896, Doc 9873, Doc 9817, Doc 9377 Doc 8896, Doc 9873 Doc 8896, Doc 9873, Doc 10003 Doc 8896, Doc 9873, Doc 10003, Doc 9377 Doc 8896, Doc 9873, Doc 10003, Doc 9377 Doc 8896, Doc 9873, Doc 9377 Doc 8896, Doc 9873, Doc 9377 Doc 8896, Doc 9873, Doc 10003 Doc 8896, Doc 9873, Doc 10003, Doc 9691, Doc 9377, Doc 9766 Doc 8896, Doc 9873, Doc 10003, Doc 9377 Doc 8896, Doc 9873, Doc 9691, Doc 9377 MET References • Annex 3: Meteorological Service for International Air Navigation • Doc 8896: Manual of Aeronautical Meteorological Practice • Doc 9873: Manual on the Quality Management System for the Provision of Meteorological Service to International Air Navigation • Doc 9837: Manual on Automatic Meteorological Observing Systems at Aerodromes • Doc 10003: Manual on the Digital Exchange of Aeronautical Meteorological Information • Doc 9817: Manual on Low-level Wind Shear • Doc 9691: Manual on Volcanic Ash, Radioactive Material and Toxic Chemical Clouds • Doc 9328: Manual of Runway Visual Range Observing and Reporting Practices • Doc 9377: Manual on Coordination between Air Traffic Services, Aeronautical Information Services and Aeronautical Meteorological Services • Doc 9766: Handbook on the International Airways Volcano Watch (IAVW) — Operational Procedures and Contact List AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION AIS HEADQUARTERS PRE-FLIGHT BRIEFING SERVICE POST-FLIGHT BRIEFING SERVICE INTERNATIONAL NOTAM OFFICE NOTAM SERVICE CARTOGRAPHY OFFICE CARTOGRAPHIC SERVICE AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION PUBLICATION SERVICE PUBLICATION OFFICE ATS AERODROME/HELIPORT AIS UNITS AIS BASIC MODULES AND ELEMENTS AIS SUPPORT & END USERS AIS INTERNATIONAL NOTAM OFFICE PRE-FLIGHT BRIEFING SERVICE POST-FLIGHT BRIEFING SERVICE CARTOGRAPHY OFFICE NOTAM SERVICE AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION PUBLICATION OFFICE AERONAUTICAL CHARTING SERVICE AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION PUBLICATION SERVICE ATS FIS ASM FLOPS STRATEGIC PLANF TACTICAL AERODROME/ HELIPORT AIS UNITS NOF, ACS, AIPS/users Aerodrome-Heliport unit/users ATM ATS/AIS AIS HEADQUARTERS PRE-FLIGHT BRIEFING SERVICE POST-FLIGHT BRIEFING SERVICE INTERNATIONAL NOTAM OFFICE NOTAM SERVICE CARTOGRAPHY OFFICE CARTOGRAPHIC SERVICE AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION PUBLICATION SERVICE PUBLICATION OFFICE ATS AERODROME/ HELIPORT AIS UNITS AIS BASIC ELEMENTS/REFERENCES ICAO SARPs A15: Ch.:5 A15: Ch.:6 A15: Ch.:5 and A4: Ch.: all A15: Ch.:5 A15: Ch.:5 AIS HEADQUARTERS PRE-FLIGHT BRIEFING SERVICE POST-FLIGHT BRIEFING SERVICE INTERNATIONAL NOTAM OFFICE NOTAM SERVICE CARTOGRAPHY OFFICE CARTOGRAPHIC SERVICE AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION PUBLICATION SERVICE PUBLICATION OFFICE ATS AERODROME /HELIPORT AIS UNITS AIS BASIC ELEMENTS/REFERENCES ICAO Procedures None PANS-AIM: Ch.:6, App. 3,4,5,7 PANS-AIM: Ch.5, App.2 PANS-OPS: Part I, Ch.9 and all “Promulgation” chapters PANS-AIM: Ch.5 , App.2 PANS-OPS: Part III, Sec.5 PANS-AIM: Ch.5 AIS HEADQUARTERS PRE-FLIGHT BRIEFING SERVICE POST-FLIGHT BRIEFING SERVICE INTERNATIONAL NOTAM OFFICE NOTAM SERVICE CARTOGRAPHY OFFICE CARTOGRAPHIC SERVICE AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION PUBLICATION SERVICE PUBLICATION OFFICE ATS AERODROME /HELIPORT AIS UNITS AIS BASIC ELEMENTS/REFERENCES ICAO Guidance Doc 8126: Ch. 8 Doc 8126: Ch. 6 and its App.
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Score: 1390006 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...P/DT-11-BasicBuildingBlock.pdf
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A listing of four-letter indicators for geographical locations throughout the world, and a list of addresses of centers in charge of flight information regions (FIR) and/or upper flight information regions (UIR) is provided in the Location Indicators manual (Doc 7910) which can be purchased from: ICAO Document Sales Unit 999 University Street, Montréal, Quebec Canada H3C 5H7 Tel: +1 514 954 80 22 Fax: +1 514 954 67 69 E-mail: sales@icao.int Additional information related to the purchase of ICAO documentation is available through the following link: http://icaodsu.openface.ca/home.ch2    Where can a listing of designators for aircraft operating agencies, aeronautical authorities be found? (...) What is an international flight? An international flight is a flight that contains one or more international flight stages; and an international flight stage is a flight stage with one or both terminals in the territory of a State, other than the State in which the airline is registered (technical stops are not considered in classifying flight stages).  
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Score: 1389741.2 - https://www.icao.int/EURNAT/Pages/FAQ/faq_General.aspx
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(xlviii) “Operational Control” shall mean the exercise of authority over the initiation, continuation, diversion or termination of a flight in the interest of the safety of the Aircraft and the regularity and efficiency of the flight. (...) These Services may include passenger transportation, cargo re-supply, troop movements, VIP transport, search and rescue, observation and monitoring flights, negotiation liaison support, and aeromedical and casualty evacuation operations (MEDEVAC / CASEVAC), and reconnaissance flights. (...) Aviation fuel, oils and lubricants 7.8 The UN shall provide, at no cost, aviation fuel to the Operator for the provision of Services, excluding routine maintenance flights of the Aircraft and Replacement Aircraft to and from the Mission Area and the initial flight into Mission Area and the Main Operations Base and the final flight out of the Mission Area.
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Score: 1384135 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/s...ircraftCharterAgreementRFP.pdf
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To ensure harmonisations and consistency, the effort was applied to all areas of flight from oceanic and remote to en-route, terminal area and approach. 2.4.2. (...) Page |9 It will be clear from the table above that for any particular PBN operation, it is possible that a sequence of RNAV and RNP applications is used. A flight may commence in an airspace using a Basic-RNP 1 SID, transit through en- route then oceanic airspace requiring RNAV 2 and RNP 4, respectively, and conclude with terminal and approach operations requiring RNAV 1 and RNP APCH. (...) THE CURRENT SITUATION At the time of creation of this Strategy, there is no requirement for B-RNAV capability for flight in the Brussels FIR below Flight Level 95.
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Score: 1383922 - https://www.icao.int/safety/pb...BN%20Implementation%20Plan.pdf
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CAA guidance to film crews Spare lithium batteries forbidden in checked baggage Following a recent incident on an aircraft the CAA are reminding film crews to be aware of the rules relating to lithium batteries carried in baggage. During flight it became apparent that a cameraman had spare lithium-ion batteries in his checked (hold) baggage. (...) Consequently the Captain decided to return the aircraft to the departure airport, resulting in great disruption to both passengers and the airline. An in–flight return is hugely expensive and some airlines have, in the past, pursued passengers for the associated costs. (...) Spare lithium batteries must be carried in carry on baggage, and the terminals protected from short circuit (e.g. by packing each battery in its own protective case or resealable plastic bag, such as a sturdy freezer or sandwich bag.). 2.
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Score: 1383528.7 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...ameramen%20news%20article.docx
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Flight information and associated trajectories are principal mechanisms by which ATM service delivery will meet operational requirements. (...) DISCUSSION 2.1 Using the Flight Information Exchange Model (FIXM) core version 4.2, the UAE has created essential FIXM extensions to facilitate a 4D trajectory model stipulating each phase of the flight starting from filing, negotiating, agreed, execution and completion incorporating key features such as ATFM measures, ACDM information and tactical flight progress messages. 2.2 For trajectory management, GCAA makes use of a set of FF-ICE trajectories notably; 2.2.1 Filed - planning phase - Pre-tactical 2.2.2 Agreed - planned but not executed yet - Pre-tactical 2.2.3 Executed - Actual executed trajectory. - Tactical 2.3 To ensure the provision of an accurate flight and flow information, the flight phases are infused with 4D Trajectories, thereby enabling the demonstration of exact status of the flight in both tactical and pre-tactical phase. 2.4 According to the GCAA’s 4D trajectory model, the flight in a pre-tactical phase is represented using a single trajectory, either “Filed”, “Negotiating” or “Agreed” depending on the life cycle of the flight and the flight in a tactical phase is represented using two trajectories i.e. (...) Utilizing the representative properties of a trajectory point: “Initiated” & “Terminated”, the same trajectory point can be pushed in to “Agreed” and “Executed” trajectories or twice in “Agreed” or in “Executed” trajectories representing entry and exit from hold at different point in times and phase of flight. 2.10 GCAA’s 4D Trajectory model has been created in a bid to showcase the practical representation of the B3 – FICE concept for Flight & Flow Information.
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Score: 1383458.8 - https://www.icao.int/MID/MIDAN...-%20UAE%20FF-ICE%20CONCEPT.pdf
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