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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: 1369201.9 - https://www.icao.int/MID/MIDAN...-%20UAE%20FF-ICE%20CONCEPT.pdf
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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: 1368343.75 - 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: 1368304.6 - https://www.icao.int/safety/pb...BN%20Implementation%20Plan.pdf
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However, in recent years in some States and regions the distinction between international scheduled and non-scheduled flights has blurred considerably, raising the possibility that non-scheduled flights could be included in the air transport services portion of CRSs (i.e. the principal displays). (...) Three steps are necessary to ensure that subscribers and air transport users can identify non-scheduled flights in principal displays and that prospective passengers are informed of non-scheduled flights and the conditions concerning them. (...) The second step to enhance transparency for non-scheduled flights is for vendors to clearly identify such flights in their principal displays (required by Article 7 g) i)).
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Score: 1367966.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/serv_e/96-74r_e.doc
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Following a complete overhaul the passenger terminal for international flights provides a maximum level of convenience and services for passengers. (...) Family name ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- First name ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Address ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Tel: ------------------------ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fax: ------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- E-mail: ----------------------- Name of Hotel ------------------------ ------------ single/double room(s) at preferential rate from________________________ April 2012 to ________________________April 2012 Date ---------------------------------------------------- Signature --------------------------------------------- TRANSFER INFORMATION Transportation will be provided from the airport to the hotels and to the meeting venue Date of Arrival Time of Arrival FLIGHT NO. Date of Departure Time of Departure FLIGHT NO. ______________
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Score: 1366873.7 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...4C/04/T4C040000050001MSWE.docx
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Conflict Zones Risk Information ICAO / Asia and Pacific (APAC) Office / Asia and Pacific (APAC) FPP / Contact US APAC Newsletters Asia and Pacific (APAC) FPP News Overview About FPP Contact Us Currently selected Facilities FPP Staff Information for Visitors Members Phase III of FPP Scope of Activities Training Phases Secure Portal Steering Committee Meeting Training Introduction Flight Procedure Design Course Module 1 Flight Procedure Design Course Module 2 Flight Procedure Design Course Module 3 RNP AR Approaches Quality Assurance(QA) Workshop Procedure Design Seminar Training Programme Recent Procedure Design Refresher Online Course No.1 FPP Training in 2020 FPP Helicopter PinS Workshop No.2 FPP RNP AR Workshop No. 3 FPP PBN PD Seminar No. 1 Contact US   Resume Page Content ​ Address: [ Map ] 1st floor,C Section,China Service Mansion No.9 Erwei Road,Shunyi District, Beijing China 100621     北京顺义区首都机场二纬路9号 中国服务大厦一层 C座 邮编:100621         Ms. Huo Linling   Administrative Assistant    ICAO RSO   Phone: +8610 64557177   Fax:      + 8610 64557164   Email:   hlinling @icao.int       Nearest Train Station: Terminal 3 Station -   Airport Express Train           Picture: Front Of FPP Office                                                            Beijing Subway Information   Share this page : Contact ICAO | The United Nations Terms and Conditions | External Resources | Web Support | FAQ © International Civil Aviation Organization
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Score: 1366873.7 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/APAC-FPP/Pages/Contact-US.aspx
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MET/SG/12 - APPENDIX 6D 1 APPENDIX 6D: AFI REGIONAL PERFORMANCE FRAMEWORK FORMS (PFFs) B0-AMET PFF-1: FOSTER THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SIGMET AND QMS IN THE AFI REGION Benefits Environment  contribution in the reduction in fuel consumption through optimized departure and arrival/ scheduling resulting in CO2 emissions reductions Efficiency  Harmonize arriving and departing air traffic will translate to eliminate or minimize holding times and thus reduce fuel burn Safety  improvement of efficiency of meteorological services to aircraft in flight  ensure timely preparation and provision to airlines of aviation warnings for en- route meteorological hazards  ensure quality and timely provision of meteorological data for air navigation services through the quality management system (QMS) implementation  minimize encounters by aircraft of hazardous meteorological conditions Strategy ATM OC COMPONEN TS TASKS TIMEFRAM E START- END RESPONSIBILI TY STATUS AOM, DCB, AO, TS, AUO SIGMET AOM, DCB, AO, TS, AUO a) assessment on the current level of implementation through periodic SIGMET trials in the AFI Region 2014 - 2015 Valid b) establishment of an updated list of States not compliant with SIGMET format 2014 - 2016 ICAO/WMO, States c) provision of details guidance to States not issuing SIGMET as required 2016 d) Establishment of an implementation project in terms of seminars through special implementation projects (SIPs) and Safety Fund-ICAO (SAFE) for Aviation Safety (IFFAS) projects for States not meeting their obligation 2015 – 2017 ICAO/WMO QMS AOM, DCB, AO, TS, AUO e) establishment of an updated list of States not implementing or partially implementing the QMS 2015 Valid f) Enhance the training of MET personnel in States that have not implemented QMS 2015 – 2017 ICAO/WMO, States g) States to be encouraged to institute mechanism for cost recovery to support QMS maintenance 2015 MET/SG/12 - APPENDIX 6D 2 h) Establishment of an implementation project in terms of seminars and consultancy services through projects during the initial stages of QMS implementation for States 2015 – 2017 ICAO/WMO Removal of Air Navigation Deficiencies in the MET Field AOM, DCB, AO, TS, AUO i) Assess and confirm the current air navigation deficiencies in the MET field through State Letters and surveys in the concerned States 2015 ICAO Valid j) Visit the remaining AFI States not listed and establish an updated list of MET deficiencies 2015-2016 ICAO Valid k) Conduct specific training workshops in French and English to assist States concerned to address deficiencies related to the implementation of the AMBEX scheme and provide further advice and awareness 2015-2018 ICAO l) establishment of an updated list of deficiencies of States not compliant with SIGMET format 2014 - 2016 ICAO/WMO, States m) Establish an action plan to assist concerned States in their effort to remove long lasting MET deficiencies 2016-2018 ICAO Valid n) Establishment of an implementation project in terms of State missions through special implementation projects (SIPs) and Safety Fund-ICAO (SAFE) for Aviation Safety (IFFAS) projects for States not meeting their obligation 2016-2018 ICAO/WMO Valid Transition to Aeronautical Meteorological Information in the Future SWIM- Enabled Environment in the AFI Region AOM, DCB, AO, TS, AUO o) Encourage AFI regional OPMET Databanks (RODBs) in Dakar and Pretoria, to continue to develop capability of handling OPMET data in digital format (XML/GML), test XML/GML codes, take a leading role over the transition aspect to 2015-2016 ICAO/WMO Valid MET/SG/12 - APPENDIX 6D 3 XML/GML and provide technical assistance as required to other AFI States p) ICAO in coordination with WMO and AFI RODBs Dakar/Pretoria Provider Sates start assisting AFI States in developping capability of handling OPMET data in digital format 2016-2017 ICAO/States Valid q) AFI States start progressive implementation of XML/GML-based exchange format for METAR, SPECI, TREND, TAF and SIGMET in accordance with Amendment 77 to ICAO Annex 3 2016-2018 States Valid r) Establishment of an implementation project in terms of training workshops and State missions through special implementation projects (SIPs) and Safety Fund-ICAO (SAFE) for Aviation Safety (IFFAS) projects for States not meeting their obligation 2016-2018 ICAO/WMO Valid Linkage to GPIs GPI/19: Meteorological systems MET/SG/12 - APPENDIX 6D 4 APPENDIX 6D: AFI REGIONAL PERFORMANCE FRAMEWORK FORMS (PFFs) B0-AMET PFF-2: FOSTER THE IMPLEMENTATION OF TERMINAL AREA WARNINGS AND FORECASTS, PROVISION OF WAFS FORECASTS AND OPTIMIZATION OF OPMET DATA EXCHANGES IN THE AFI REGION Benefits Environment  contribution in the reduction in fuel consumption; the benefits will lead to reduction in greenhouse gases Efficiency  improvement of efficiency in meteorological services to aircraft in flight  ensure timely preparation and provision to airlines of aviation warnings for terminal area meteorological hazards  improvement in the efficiency of flight planning by airlines taking into account prevailing and expected meteorological conditions along the route based on WAFS forecasts Safety  minimize encounters by aircraft of hazardous meteorological conditions Strategy Short term (2010-2012) : Medium term (2012 - 2016) ATM OC COMPONEN TS TASKS TIMEFRAME START-END RESPONSIBILI TY STATUS Terminal area warnings and forecasts AOM, DCB, AO, TS, AUO a) Assessment of the current level of implementation of facilities at aerodromes for monitoring hazardous meteorological conditions 2015- 2016 States/ICAO/WMO Valid b) Provision of details guidance to States not issuing terminal area warnings and forecasts 2015 ICAO/WMO c) Implementations of aerodrome warnings, wind shear warnings/alerts and water thickness on the runway to support runway safety plans 2015-2018 ICAO d) Establishment of an implementation project in terms of seminars and consultancy services through special implementation projects (SIP) and Safety Fund-ICAO projects respectively for States not meeting their obligation 2015-2017 States World area forecast system (WAFS) and International Airways Volcano Watch (IAVW) e) Conduct training seminars in French and English on new WAFS gridded forecasts 2014-2015 ICAO/WMO Valid f) Establishment of an updated list of States not receiving WAFS products and areas of constraints in implementing SADIS VSAT and FTP service and States concerned to develop remedial 2015 - 2017 ICAO Valid MET/SG/12 - APPENDIX 6D 5 action plans g) Conduct in coordination with the concerned ATM Project Team, awareness seminars on the implementation of AFI Volcanic Ash Contingency Plan (VACP) 2015 ICAO/States Valid h) Establishment of an updated list of States with active volcanos not implementing IAVW (volcano observatories and VONA) and urge States concerned to develop remedial action plans 2016 ICAO/States Valid i) Establishment of an implementation project in terms of seminars and consultancy services through SIPs and Safety Fund projects respectively 2015 - 2018 ICAO/WMO, States Valid Optimization and implementation of the AFI OPMET data Exchange (AMBEX) scheme AOM, DCB, AO, TS, AUO j) Undertake an assessment of the availability and quality of OPMET data in the region and States not meeting the required levels of implementation to develop remedial action plans 2015-Dec 2018 ICAO/WMO, States Valid k) Two seminars in French and English on AMBEX and OPMET AFI data banks procedures 2014-2016 ICAO Valid l) Establishment of an implementation project in terms of seminars and consultancy services through SIPs and Safety Fund-ICAO (SAFE) projects respectively obligation 2015-2018 ICAO Valid Linkage to GPIs GPI/19: Meteorological systems
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Score: 1365008.8 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...formance-Framework-Formes).pdf
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Focus Group on Aviation Applications of Cloud Computing for Flight Data Monitoring Committed to connecting the world عربي Search for: ITU General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization About ITU-T Events All Groups Standards Resources BSG Study Groups Regional Presence Join ITU-T Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU Focus Group on Aviation Applications of Cloud Computing for Flight Data Monitoring Rollup Image You are here ITU > Home > ITU-T > Focus Groups > Aviation Applications of Cloud Computing for Flight Data Monitoring Share Focus Groups Concluded Focus Groups Page Content 20 ​​​​FG AC (Established 2014-06; Terminated 2016-02) ITU-T Focus Group on Aviation Applications of Cloud Computing for Flight Data Monitoring – FG AC – was established by the ITU-T Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group (TSAG) in June 2014 in response to a special meeting on Global Flight Tracking of Aircraft organized by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), and an Expert Dialogue on Real-time Monitoring of Flight Data, facilitated by ITU. The objective of FG AC was to explore how information and communication technologies (ICTs), including cloud computing and big data analytics, can support aviation applications, such as real-time monitoring of flight data, and to identify the requirements for related ICT/telecommunication standards. (...) The Deliverables are structured as follows: Deliverable 1 - Existing and Emerging Technologies of Cloud Computing and Data Analytics [ PDF/DOC ] Deliverable 2/3 - Use Cases and Requirements [ PDF/DOC ] Deliverable 4 - Avionics and Aviation Communications Systems [ PDF/DOC ] Deliverable 5 - Key findings, recommendations for next steps and future work [ PDF/DOC ] Management and Contacts Page Content 2 Chairman: Mrs Norizan Baharin, Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) Vice-Chairman: ​Mr Zhu Yanbo, Aviation Data Communication Corporation (ADCC), China​ Vice-Chairman: Mr Ken ​McLean, Aireon, Australia ​ ITU contact: Martin Adolph, ​ tsbfgac@itu.int ​ Related Documents Page Content 3 Deliverables ​ (edited after TSAG agreement in February 2016) Meeting documents (TIES or Guest account required -  Sign up here ) Terms of Reference ​ ​Parent group: TSAG ​ Communiqué adopted by the Expert Dialogue on Real-time Monitoring of Flight Data ​​ Recommendation ITU-T A.7 "Focus groups: Establishment and working procedures" Page Content 4 Page Content 5 Page Content 17 Page Content 16 Page Content 9 Page Content 10 Page Content 18 Page Content 19 Meetings Focus Groups News Page Content 11 Fifth meeting of FG AC, 1-3 December 2015, Frankfurt, Germany (hosted by Lufthansa) - Announcement ​ - Participants ​​ - Report Fourth meeting of FG AC, 18-20 August 2015, Los Angeles (Marina del Rey), United States (hosted by Teledyne Controls) - Announcement - Participants - Re​port ​​ ​​ Third meeting of FG AC, 18-20 May 2015, Geneva, Switzerland (hosted by ITU) - Announcement - Participants - Re​port ​ Second meeting of FG AC, 5-7 February 2015, Montreal, Canada (hosted by ICAO) - Announcement - Participants - Re​port ​ ​First meeting of FG AC, 1-3 December 2014, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (hosted by MCMC) - Announcement - Participants - Report Expert Dialogue on Real-time Monitoring of Flight Data , 26-27 May 2014, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia ​ Page Content 12 Page Content 13 Page Content 15 Page Content 6 Page Content 7 Page Content 8 Mailing list Page Content 14 ​Please subscribe to th​e FG AC mailing list for updates and announcements: ​1.
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Score: 1364897.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...usgroups/ac/Pages/default.aspx
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philips-s1 International Telecommunication Union Workshop on Satellites in IP and Multimedia Geneva, 9-11 December 2002 ConnexionConnexion by Boeingby Boeing Internet services to Internet services to airline passengers and crewairline passengers and crew Bob Phillips Director of International Regulatory Affairs 2 21.11.2002 Workshop on Satellites in IP and Multimedia - Geneva, 9-11 December 2002 Customer Requirements - Results of Market Research Passengers Want § Home/Office-like experience § Real-time connectivity § Personalized content § User-friendly search capabilities § Seamless, secure access Airlines Want § Simple cabin design § Reliable and robust system § Less weight and power § Real-time crew information services 3 21.11.2002 Workshop on Satellites in IP and Multimedia - Geneva, 9-11 December 2002 Market Research – The Numbers o 75% of business travelers carry laptops onboard o 62% of business travelers say they are “very interested” or “extremely interested” in broadband in-flight access o 20% of frequent fliers said they would be willing to pay $35 per flight for broadband in-flight access o 18% of frequent fliers said they would be extremely likely to switch flights in order to have broadband in-flight access o 6% of frequent fliers said they would abandon their frequent-flier plan airline if necessary to obtain broadband in- flight access 4 21.11.2002 Workshop on Satellites in IP and Multimedia - Geneva, 9-11 December 2002 Connexion by Boeing Services Passenger Communication Services §Company Intranet Access – real-time, two-way § Internet Access – real-time, two-way § Travel and Destination Information § Airline Specific Information § Internet based Audio, Video, Entertainment & E-commerce Airline Operational Services (non safety services) § Scheduling § Weather Updates § Cabin Crew Applications § Aircraft Health Monitoring § Flight Data Services 5 21.11.2002 Workshop on Satellites in IP and Multimedia - Geneva, 9-11 December 2002 Connexion by BoeingSM Service 6 21.11.2002 Workshop on Satellites in IP and Multimedia - Geneva, 9-11 December 2002 Connexion by BoeingSM System Overview o Service will use leased Ku-band transponders o Negotiations with Ku band system operators are underway o Transponder lease contracts in place to support North Atlantic commercial trials o Transmit / receive terminal includes high gain antenna mounted on top of the aircraft fuselage o Network Operations Centre (NOC) manages system resources and avoids interference to other authorised users 7 21.11.2002 Workshop on Satellites in IP and Multimedia - Geneva, 9-11 December 2002 Connexion by BoeingSM Service Attributes o Aggregate data rate to aircraft up to 20 Mbit/s (multiples of 5 Mbit/s) o Aggregate data rate from aircraft up to 1 Mbit/s o On board server caches frequently accessed web pages 8 21.11.2002 Workshop on Satellites in IP and Multimedia - Geneva, 9-11 December 2002 User Set-up • To connect with the service, the passenger/User: • Plugs in their Ethernet LAN port connection (or USB port) and powers up their Laptop • Initiates web browser (e.g.
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Score: 1356681.6 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu-t/workshop/sat/s1-007.pdf
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(State/ Airline/user) New Flight Plan Format Implementation Status ANTIGUA 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/ANSP´s General Information b) Upgrades of the Automated Systems c) Tests / Safety Assessment d) Publications e) Contingency Measures f) Switchover Plan) g) Letter of Agreement and other operational issues h) Training State´s General Information [Flight Information region (s) (FIRs)/ ATS Area/ ATS Units] 1. (...) Updates to FPL interfaces in AFTN terminals, completed? No Regional Plan target date: 01/04/2012 2. (...) Yes Details to be provided at a later date after consultation with Piarco. ANTIGUANew Flight Plan Format Implementation Status OUTLINE State´s General Information Upgrades to Automated Systems TESTS – Safety Assessment Publications Contingency Measures Switchover Plan Letter of Agreement and other operational issues  Training
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Score: 1353624.2 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu.../2012/FPLWorkshop2012/D2-2.pdf
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