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Practical exercises Airports Problem No. 11 Recall problem No.1: Air carrier: ZACK (ZA), India Aircraft type No. of seats Total revenue payload (kg) Itinerary Boeing 777 200 326 52 000 BOM-DEL-LON-NYC Traffic data: Aircraft Type Flight stage Distance (km) Flight time (hours) Destination Revenue passengers Revenue freight (kg) Boeing 777 200 BOM-DEL 1100 2.0 DEL LON NYC 110 60 70 0 3500 4000 DEL-LON 6700 4.0 LON NYC 80 75 2500 4500 LON-NYC 5500 7.5 NYC 85 2000 The following additional data were received for flight ZA 040 shown in Problem No.1: a) Of the 240 passengers that embarked in Mumbai (BOM) , 200 originated from that metropolitan region; b) In Delhi 95 passengers terminated their air journey and 125 initiated theirs; c) In London, 80 passengers terminated their air journey and 50 initiated their trip to New York; d) Of all the passengers on-board flight ZA 040 arriving at New York’s airport, 140 terminated their journey in that city. Please indicate in the table below the number of passengers at each departure and arrival of flight ZA 040 which were: local traffic, direct transit and transfers.
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Score: 1378056.1 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...cices_Cairo_OCT_2014_day_3.pdf
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As data communications become available, the controller tools will apply knowledge of flights’ estimates of time of arrival at upcoming waypoints, and altitude and speed constraints, to create efficient manoeuvres for optimal throughput. 21.2 Terminal automation will also sequence flights departing busy airports more efficiently than today. This capability will be enabled as a result of PBN and flow management tools. Flights arriving and departing busy terminal areas will follow automation-assigned PBN routes. 22. (...) This will improve the sequencing and spacing of flights and the efficiency of terminal operations. 26.11 Uniform use of RNP for arrivals and departures at busy airports will optimize management of traffic and merging streams.
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Score: 1377351 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...0-%20Regional%20PBN%20plan.pdf
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APIRG 17 WP7 APPENDIX G ______________________________________________________________________________ 11 11. TERMINAL OPERATIONS 11.1 RNAV reduces conflict between traffic flows by consolidating flight tracks. (...) This capability will be enabled as a result of PBN and flow management tools. Flights arriving and departing busy terminal areas will follow automation-assigned PBN routes. 22. (...) This will improve the sequencing and spacing of flights and the efficiency of terminal operations. 26.11 Uniform use of RNP for arrivals and departures at busy airports will optimize management of traffic and merging streams.
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Score: 1375767.8 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...PIRG/APIRG17/Docs/wp7_appg.pdf
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Terminal automation will also sequence flights departing busy airports more efficiently than today. (...) To ensure predictability and integrity of aircraft flight path, RNP will be mandated in busy en route and terminal airspace. (...) This will improve the sequencing and spacing of flights and the efficiency of terminal operations.
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Score: 1374991.7 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...PIRG/APIRG17/Docs/wp7_apph.pdf
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Terminal automation will also sequence flights departing busy airports more efficiently than today. (...) To ensure predictability and integrity of aircraft flight path, RNP will be mandated in busy en route and terminal airspace. (...) This will improve the sequencing and spacing of flights and the efficiency of terminal operations.
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Score: 1374991.7 - https://www.icao.int/safety/pb...20%20Implementation%20Plan.pdf
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Terminal automation will also sequence flights departing busy airports more efficiently than today. (...) To ensure predictability and integrity of aircraft flight path, RNP will be mandated in busy en route and terminal airspace. (...) This will improve the sequencing and spacing of flights and the efficiency of terminal operations.
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Score: 1371977.1 - https://www.icao.int/safety/pb...ius%20PBN%20Impl%20%20Plan.pdf
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Microsoft Word - Vol_6_Final_Draft_110926.doc Doc 9906-AN/472 THE QUALITY ASSURANCE MANUAL FOR FLIGHT PROCEDURE DESIGN VOLUME 6 – FLIGHT VALIDATION PILOT TRAINING AND EVALUATION (Development of Flight Validation Pilot Training Programme) Notice to Users This document is an unedited advance version of an ICAO publication as approved, in principle, by the Secretary General, which is rendered available to the public for convenience. (...) Date Entered by — — — — — — — — 3 Flight Validation Pilot Training and Evaluation– Volume 6 Preface The Quality Assurance Manual for Flight Procedure Design (Doc 9906) consists of six volumes: Volume 1 – Flight Procedure Design Quality Assurance System; Volume 2 – Flight Procedure Designer Training; Volume 3 – Flight Procedure Design Software Validation; Volume 4 – Flight Procedures Design Construction (to be developed); Volume 5 – Validation of Instrument Flight Procedures; and Volume 6 – Flight Validation Pilot Training and Evaluation Instrument flight procedures based on conventional ground-based navigational aids have always necessitated a high level of quality control. (...) Flight validation service provider (FVSP). A body that provides flight validation services.
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Score: 1368739.6 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/.../Documents/9906_v6_cons_en.pdf
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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: 1368587.9 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...%20frontier%20technologies.pdf
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The FMS default value in TERMINAL AREA is 1 nm. Therefore, manual selection of a required navigation accuracy on the MCDU is at the flight crew’s discretion. (...) A318/A319/A320/A321 FLIGHT CREW OPERATING MANUAL PROCEDURES SPECIAL OPERATIONS REQUIRED NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE (RNP) AIB PRO-SPO-51 P 8/16 FCOM F → 23 SEP 14 RNP 1 / TERMINAL RNP 1- BASIC RNP 1 Ident.: PRO-SPO-51-F-00015842.0001001 / 09 SEP 14 GENERAL RNP 1 operations correspond to RNP 1 Terminal operations. (...) The FMS default value in TERMINAL AREA is 1 nm. Therefore, manual selection of a required navigation accuracy on the MCDU is at the flight crew’s discretion.
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Score: 1360393.6 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...DF_N_FCOM_20140923_PRO_SPO.pdf
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Terminal automation will also sequence flights departing busy airports more efficiently than today. (...) To ensure predictability and integrity of aircraft flight path, RNP will be mandated in busy en route and terminal airspace. (...) Enhanced ground-based automation and use of real-time flight intent will make time-based metering to terminal airspace a key feature of future flow management initiatives.
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Score: 1359917.2 - https://www.icao.int/safety/pb...%20State%20Plan%2007%20fnl.pdf
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