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This anticipated growth and higher complexity of the air transportation system could result in congestion along ATS routes, landing & departing phases of flights and increase flight delays, schedule disruptions, inefficient flight operations & Air Traffic Management, passenger inconvenience and higher environmental pollutions. (...) Specifically, RNAV and RNP may: (i) Increase safety by using three-dimensional (3D) approach operations with vertical course guidance to the runway, which reduce the risk of controlled flight into terrain. (ii) Improve airport and airspace access in all weather conditions, and the ability to meet environmental and obstacle clearance constraints. iii) Enhance reliability and reduce delays by defining more precise terminal area procedures that feature parallel routes and environmentally optimized airspace corridors. (...) Each term separately deals with the implementation of PBN specification related to enroute, Terminal and Approach phase of flight. Page 10 of 16 10.2 The near-term focuses on selected application of RNP in some selected Routes and RNP approaches in selected Airports.
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Score: 1302689.3 - https://www.icao.int/safety/pb...20PBN%20Roadmap-V-2-7%2012.pdf
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Operating Environment/Phases of Flight Aerodrome, terminal Applicability Local for already established airport surface infrastructure. (...) Operating Environment/Phases of Flight All flight phases and all type of ATS units Applicability Applicable to at least two area control centres (ACCs) dealing with en-route and/or terminal control area (TMA) airspace. (...) This will allow greater routing possibilities, reducing potential congestion on trunk routes and busy crossing points, resulting in reduced flight lengths and fuel burn. Operating Environment/Phases of Flight En-route Applicability Applicable to en-route and terminal airspace.
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Score: 1301638.2 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...DT-10-2016NACCASBUHandbook.pdf
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Operating Environment/Phases of Flight Aerodrome, terminal Applicability Local for already established airport surface infrastructure. (...) Operating Environment/Phases of Flight All flight phases and all type of ATS units Applicability Applicable to at least two area control centres (ACCs) dealing with en-route and/or terminal control area (TMA) airspace. (...) This will allow greater routing possibilities, reducing potential congestion on trunk routes and busy crossing points, resulting in reduced flight lengths and fuel burn. Operating Environment/Phases of Flight En-route Applicability Applicable to en-route and terminal airspace.
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Score: 1301638.2 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...dbook_final-Jan%209%202017.pdf
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Operating Environment/Phases of Flight Aerodrome, terminal Applicability Local for already established airport surface infrastructure. (...) Operating Environment/Phases of Flight All flight phases and all type of ATS units Applicability Applicable to at least two area control centres (ACCs) dealing with en-route and/or terminal control area (TMA) airspace. (...) This will allow greater routing possibilities, reducing potential congestion on trunk routes and busy crossing points, resulting in reduced flight lengths and fuel burn. Operating Environment/Phases of Flight En-route Applicability Applicable to en-route and terminal airspace.
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Score: 1301638.2 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...dbook_final-Jan%209%202017.pdf
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Fax No. E-mail Address FLIGHT INFORMATION Arrival Date: Departure Date: Arrival Time: Departure Time: Flight No.: Flight No.: Airport: Airport: Terminal: Terminal: ACCOMMODATION (Prices include taxes and breakfast).
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Score: 1301275.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/conf...fo/HotelReservationForm-en.doc
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Perform cleaning and disinfection before each flight in accordance with the EASA / IATA Aircraft cleaning and disinfection guidance. (...) Disembarking passengers, including transfer passengers shall wear their face mask at all times inside the terminal and when they join their onward flights. 3 AC/USCA/04/2020 V. (...) Develop procedure and ensure flight crew are trained in the management of passengers on board with COVID-19 compatible symptoms.
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Score: 1299487.9 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...0on%20Restart%20Operations.pdf
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Mariam Shareef Al Hosani Flight Data Senior Assistant Mr. Werner Pitz Head of ANSP Research & Dataset Mr. (...) Sharron Caunt Regional Director Safety & Flight Operations Ms. Zainab Khudhair Manager Safety & Flight Operations Mr. Yassine El Charkaoui Manager Safety & Flight Operations Mr. Jehad Faqir Assistant Director Safety & Flight Operations Mr.
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Score: 1295540 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...Participants%20-%20Website.pdf
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Decision 2/2: Establishment of a PBN Task Force Working Group on En-Route Operations That an En-Route Working Group is established with the following members to develop the AFI PBN Performance Objectives and Action Plan for en – route phase of flight operations. Members of Working Group for En-route Algeria Benin Burundi CapeVerde DRC Egypt Lesotho Liberia Mauritius South Africa Sudan Tanzania Uganda ASECNA (Rapporteur) IATA IFALPA IFATCA Roberts FIR Decision 2/3: Establishment of a PBN Task Force Working Group on Terminal and Approach Operations That a Terminal/Approach Working Group is established to develop the AFI PBN Performance Objectives and Action Plan for terminal and approach phases of flight operations. (...) Specifically, RNAV and RNP may: a) Increase safety by using three-dimensional (3D) approach operations with course guidance to the runway, which reduce the risk of controlled flight into terrain. b) Improve airport and airspace access in all weather conditions, and the ability to meet environmental and obstacle clearance constraints. c) Enhance reliability and reduce delays by defining more precise terminal area procedures that feature parallel routes and environmentally optimized airspace corridors. (...) CONTINENTAL EN-ROUTE OPERATIONS 10.1 For airspace and corridors requiring structured routes for flow management, AFI Region States will review existing conventional and RNAV routes to transition to PBN RNAV-5 or where operationally required RNAV-2/1. 11. TERMINAL OPERATIONS 11.1 RNAV reduces conflict between traffic flows by consolidating flight tracks.
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Score: 1294868.7 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...PBN_TF2/pbn_tf2finalreport.pdf
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Q3 - Do you consider the information sources you use for flight planning sufficient and clear to provide for a better briefing in avoidance of MACs? (...) Q10 - Are there recommendations pertaining to traffic pattern environment presented in the SOPs and are they part of flight crew training programs? Q11 - Are the Flight Instructors and Safety Pilots in your organization aware and actively engaged in the prevention of MAC events? (...) Q10 - Are there recommendations pertaining to traffic pattern environment presented in the SOPs and are they part of flight crew training programs? Q11 - Are the Flight Instructors and Safety Pilots in your organization aware and actively engaged in the prevention of MAC events?
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Score: 1293710.6 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...2018/PARAST32/PA-RAST32P03.pdf
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STANDING RULES OF ICAO INSTRUMENT FLIGHT PROCEDURE DESIGN RECOGNITION OF COMPLIANCE 1. (...) It is authorized by a State (hereinafter the “Authorizing State”) to design instrument flight procedures; b. Its operational procedures are published in the Authorizing State’s AIP; c. (...) If ICAO determines to no longer recognize instrument flight procedure designers under any current or future policy or program; or c.
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Score: 1293465.6 - https://www.icao.int/safety/pb...OGNITION%20OF%20COMPLIANCE.pdf
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