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No shuttle bus will be provided to get to and from the venue.    Connecting Flights from Amman to Aqaba  Queen Alia Airport to King Hussain Airport (Amman to Aqaba domestic flights) Royal Jordanian (Schedule): 06:05 am 10:05 pm For reservation ( www.rj.com ) Jordan Aviation has made special arrangements to add the following special flights: 30 November and 01 December 2019: 5:00 pm 07 December 2019: 2:00 pm (Aqaba to Amman) For reservation contact: ( www.jordanaviation.jo )   Alternatively: you may reach the Airport Taxi at the front of Arrival terminal exit, which is available 24/7. (...) For more information ( https://www.amman-airport.com/taxi.php )   International flights from and to King Hussain Airport (Aqaba):   Days Airlines From Tuesday Friday Air Cairo Cairo Egypt   Sunday Wednesday Easy Jet Europe Milan Italy   Saturday   Easy Jet Europe Berlin Germany   Tuesday Saturday Easy Jet   Europe Venice Italy   Tuesday Saturday Easy Jet   Switzerland Geneva Switzerland   Tuesday Saturday Easy Jet UK UK   Monday Friday Petroleum Air Service Cairo Egypt   Sunday Wednesday Rayan Air Sofia Bulgaria   Tuesday Saturday Rayan Air Cologne Bonn Germany   Tuesday Saturday Rayan Air Rome Italy   Monday Wednesday Friday Turkish airlines Istanbul Turkey   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: 1353611.8 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...2019/Pages/Transportation.aspx
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Consideration should be given to the greeter's area as well as the terminal's exit area. During initial restart phases, measures could include establishing a perimeter around the greeter's area or limiting access to the terminal building.  Considerations Airport Terminal access According to each airport's specificities and the national legislation in place, airport terminal access may be restricted to workers, passengers and persons accompanying passengers with disabilities, reduced mobility or unaccompanied minors in an initial phase, as long as it does not create crowds and queues which would then increase risks of transmission as well as create a potential security vulnerability. Multiple hand washing stations or hand sanitizers should be provided prior to the exit of the terminal building. Cleaning should be increased based on flight schedules to ensure a more frequent, in-depth disinfection of landside public areas, including seating areas, food and beverage and retail, handrails, washrooms, automated moving systems and buses.
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Score: 1351879.3 - https://www.icao.int/covid/car...---Exit-the-Landside-Area.aspx
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Decision on Return of Milan Simic for medical Examination and Termination of Provisional Release IN THE TRIAL CHAMBER Before: Judge Patrick Robinson, Presiding Judge Richard May Judge Mohamed Fassi Fihri Registrar: Mr. (...) BLAGOJE SIMIC MILAN SIMIC MIROSLAV TADIC SIMO ZARIC __________________________________________________ DECISION ON RETURN OF MILAN SIMIC FOR MEDICAL EXAMINATION AND TERMINATION OF PROVISIONAL RELEASE __________________________________________________ The Office of the Prosecutor : Mr. (...) Aleksander Lazarevic, for Simo Zaric Embassy of Bosnia and Herzegovina   THIS TRIAL CHAMBER of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991 ("International Tribunal"), BEING SEIZED OF "Defendant Milan Simic’s Motion for the Reduction of Trial Hours" filed on 27 June 2001 ("Motion"), whereby the Defence requests the Trial Chamber to reduce the daily sitting hours at trial for the accused Milan Simic, in reliance on medical information based on an examination of Milan Simic on 4 May 2001 conducted by three experts, pre-approved by the Registrar of the International Tribunal, and contained in a report filed on 26 June 2001, NOTING that the Office of the Prosecutor expresses no objection to the Motion in the "Prosecutor’s Response to Milan Simic’s Motion for the Reduction of Trial Hours" filed on 6 July 2001, CONSIDERING that a second examination by experts appointed by the Registrar of the International Tribunal will provide more complete and recent information in this regard to enable the Trial Chamber to reach an informed decision on the Motion, NOTING that Rule 74 bis of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the International Tribunal ("Rules") requires that, in cases where the Trial Chamber orders, proprio motu or at the request of a party, a medical examination of the accused, the task shall be entrusted by the Registrar of the International Tribunal to an expert whose name appears on a list drawn up by the Registry, NOTING also the "Decision on Milan Simic’s Application for Provisional Release" issued by the Trial Chamber on 29 May 2000, granting provisional release to the accused, Milan Simic, ("the Provisional Release Decision"), CONSIDERING that the Provisional Release Decision requires the accused to comply strictly with any Order of this Trial Chamber varying the terms of or terminating the provisional release, CONSIDERING that the Provisional Release Decision requires the designated official of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Trivan Jovicic, to accompany the accused on the return flight and to deliver the accused into the custody of the Dutch authorities at Schiphol airport on a date and time to be determined by the Trial Chamber and the Dutch authorities shall then transport the accused to the United Nations Detention Unit, CONSIDERING that the date of 10 September 2001 has now been set for the commencement of trial in this matter, PURSUANT TO Rules 65 and 74 bis of the Rules, HEREBY ORDERS as follows: the accused, Milan Simic, shall surrender to the custody of the International Tribunal on 13 August 2001; the accused, Milan Simic, and the designated official of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Trivan Jovicic, shall make all necessary arrangements in conjunction with the Registrar of the International Tribunal and the Dutch authorities for the return of the accused to The Hague, Netherlands, on 13 August 2001 and his subsequent transportation to and detention in the United Nations Detention Unit; the designated official of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Trivan Jovicic, shall accompany the accused on the return flight and shall deliver the accused into the custody of the Dutch authorities at Schiphol airport on 13 August 2001; the Dutch authorities shall transport the accused to the United Nations Detention Unit on 13 August 2001; all terms and conditions of the Provisional Release Decision shall continue in full force and effect until the accused has surrendered to the custody of the International Tribunal but the Provisional Release Decision will be automatically vacated by the return of the accused on 13 August 2001; the Trial Chamber hereby requests the Registrar of the International Tribunal to make all necessary arrangements with all relevant authorities for the return of the accused and for his continued detention in the United Nations Detention Unit. a medical examination of the accused Milan Simic shall be carried out on 15 August 2001, the accused being expected to bring with him his medical files that may help the conduct of the examination, and the Trial Chamber instructs the Registrar to entrust this task to experts whose names appear on the list previously drawn up by the Registry and approved by the Bureau of the International Tribunal; and a copy of the medical reports resulting from the examination of 15 August 2001 shall be filed with the Registry no later than Friday 31 August 2001.
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Score: 1350823.6 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/simic/tdec/en/10726PR516030.htm
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FICE-B2/2 Filing Service Validation • SMS • Flight and Flow information • National regulatory framework Yes • To enhance ATS flight plan processing including constraints evaluation and enhanced flight information sharing. (...) FICE-B2/4 Flight Data Request Service Validation • SMS • Flight and Flow information • National regulatory framework Yes • To make available a query and reply service allowing an operator or authorized stakeholders to query the service providers for information on one of its flights - allows an operator to verify the status of a flight previously submitted. (...) The FF-ICE capabilities support a strategic collaborative flight planning environment. FICE-B2/8 Flight information management service for low-altitude operations Validation • SMS • Flight and Flow information Yes • Operators at the lowest altitudes, outside of manned flight terminal operations, have unique shared operating environment to support beyond visual line of sight operations.
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Score: 1349204.2 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...e%20Elements%20in%20CNS-EN.pdf
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AIDC/NAM/ICD — WP/09REV 25/03/19 NAM/CAR Air Traffic Services Inter-facility Data Communication (AIDC) and North American Interface Control Document (NAM/IDC) Implementation Follow-up Meeting (AIDC/NAM/ICD ) Mexico City, Mexico, from 8 to 11 April 2019 Agenda Item 4: Analysis of the availability and errors of flight plans in the NAM/CAR/SAM Regions USING FLIGHT PLANNING AUTOMATION TO RESPOND TO FILED FLIGHT PLANS TO ACHIEVE QUALITY CONTROL IMPROVEMENTS IN THE NORTH AMERICAN, CENTRAL AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN REGION (Presented by the United States) EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This wording paper and accompanying presentation provides information regarding the need to improve the quality of flight plan data through verification of filed flight plans back to the filer. The product of the regional ATC flight data systems is relayed through the enroute, oceanic and terminal Interfacility Data Communications systems in support of domestic and international airspace flight. (...) The front end of the flight planning process provides a flight plan to the point of origin and along the route of flight to destination.
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Score: 1346767.3 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...AIDCNAM/AIDCNAMICD-WP09rev.pdf
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Page 29 - ITU-T Focus Group on Aviation Applications of Cloud Computing for Flight Data Monitoring - Key findings, recommendations for next steps and future work           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 29 - ITU-T Focus Group on Aviation Applications of Cloud Computing for Flight Data Monitoring - Key findings, recommendations for next steps and future work P. 29 ITU-T Focus Group on Aviation Applications of Cloud Computing for Flight Data Monitoring Key findings, recommendations for next steps and future work regularity of flights. Communication required for the exercise of authority over the initiation, continuation, diversion or termination of flight for safety, regularity and efficiency reasons. 1.12 airline passenger correspondence (APC) (Deliverable 4): Airline passenger correspondence (APC) includes communication services that are offered to passengers, both for data and voice. (...) These inputs, added to data from other radars, are correlated to build the air situation. Usually, a flight data processing system manages all the flight plan related data, incorporating the information of the track once the correlation between them (flight plan and track) is established. 1.15 association rule learning (Deliverable 1): Method for discovering interesting relations between variables in large databases. 1.16 automated celestial navigational system (ANS) (Deliverable 2&3): Automated position fixing that enables a navigator to transition through a space without having to rely on estimated calculations, or dead reckoning, to know his or her position. 1.17 automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) (Deliverable 1, 2&3 and 4): A cooperative surveillance technology in which an aircraft determines its position via satellite navigation and periodically broadcasts it, enabling it to be tracked.
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Score: 1345843.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page29.html
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It is one of the few airports in the world with scheduled passenger flights to all 6 inhabited continents and also serves as a gateway to many sub-Saharan countries. - 3 - Formerly, Jan Smuts Airport, it has been renamed in honour of the late and former ANC President, Oliver Reginald Tambo, more commonly referred to as OR Tambo. Its formal aviation references are IATA Airport Code - JNB and IACO Airport Code - FAOR, and it is commonly abbreviated to by passengers by its acronym 'ORTIA' Please note that O R Tambo International is a silent airport, no boarding calls for passengers will be made. Flight information Live flight information can be accessed at www.aiports.co.za/utilities/live-flight-info Client and Passenger Services E-mail: Customercare@airports.co.za Operating Hours Monday - Sunday: 24 hours Useful numbers to note: Clinic: +27 (0)11 921 6777 Passenger Service Call Centre: +27 (0)11 921 6262 IT Service Desk: +27 (0)11 921 6531 Parking Office: +27 (0)11 921 6090/1 Permit Office: +27 (0)11 921 6804 SAPS: +27 (0)11 977 5511/3 Security Control Room: +27 (0)11 921 6655/6813 Terminal Duty Manager Domestic: +27(0) 82 772 5383 6. (...) Foreign Exchange at OR Tambo International Airport The following Airport Service Foreign Exchange outlets are available off the Terminal A Arrivals Hall, in the direction of Terminal B: American Express Foreign Exchange Hours: 05h00-22h00 (5.00am-10.00pm) 7 days a week.
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Score: 1345351.6 - https://www.itu.int/fr/ITU-R/s...ts/RRS-19%20Africa_General.pdf
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It is one of the few airports in the world with scheduled passenger flights to all 6 inhabited continents and also serves as a gateway to many sub-Saharan countries. (...) Please note that O R Tambo International is a silent airport, no boarding calls for passengers will be made. Flight information Live flight information can be accessed at www.aiports.co.za/utilities/live-flight-info Client and Passenger Services E-mail: Customercare@airports.co.za Operating Hours Monday - Sunday: 24 hours Useful numbers to note: Clinic: +27 (0)11 921 6777 Passenger Service Call Centre: +27 (0)11 921 6262 IT Service Desk: +27 (0)11 921 6531 Parking Office: +27 (0)11 921 6090/1 Permit Office: +27 (0)11 921 6804 SAPS: +27 (0)11 977 5511/3 Security Control Room: +27 (0)11 921 6655/6813 Terminal Duty Manager Domestic: +27(0) 82 772 5383 - 4 - 6. (...) Foreign Exchange at OR Tambo International Airport The following Airport Service Foreign Exchange outlets are available off the Terminal A Arrivals Hall, in the direction of Terminal B: American Express Foreign Exchange Hours: 05h00-22h00 (5.00am-10.00pm) 7 days a week.
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Score: 1345351.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/s...n%20%20General%20Info%20v2.pdf
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In order to book the flight tickets and your hotel room, kindly send the registration form latest by 9 October 2015. (...) cmpid=ppc#.VfGiXLn75zN FLIGHT TICKETS Flight tickets in economy class will be covered by the organisers. Once we have your registration, we will book the flight. VISA REQUIREMENTS/ ENTRY INTO SCHENGEN AREA (Germany) Please be advised that it is the responsibility of participants to obtain a visa to enter Germany/Schengen area, if applicable.
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Score: 1339392.8 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...5/12/2015WATT_LogisticNote.pdf
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There are currently 12 routes that have been approved of which 6 we have good metrics on. 2.4 To highlight the success of the team, projected yearly savings in flight minutes on the six flights is 13,126 minutes…the flying time between Atlanta and Lima is about 6.5 hours. That is the equivalent of 33 flights saved between Atlanta and Lima! The 3,702,477 CO2 emissions saved is the equivalent of greenhouse emissions of 9,184,161 miles driven by an average passenger car. (...) Goals are being established for the optimization of airspace to allow continuous flow in the upper and lower airspace of contiguous Flight Information Regions (FIRs) and terminal areas (TMAs).
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Score: 1339262.7 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu.../2022/NACCWG7/NACCWG7-WP13.pdf
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