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Microsoft Word - APIRG 17 WP 7 Appendix I-6 PBN Imp Tools - Approach Phase Action Plan - Long Term APIRG 17 WP7 APPENDIX I-6 PBN IMPLEMENTATION TOOLS _________________ (State) NATIONAL PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES AND ACTION PLAN OPTIMIZATION OF THE ATS ROUTE STRUCTURE IN TERMINAL AIRSPACE PERIOD: Long Term (2016 +) APPLICATION: Approach Phase Benefits Environment: Efficiency : Strategy PROCESS TASKS INPUT SOURCE OUTPUT TARGET DATE ACTION PERSON/GROUP STATUS Preliminary • Review AFI PBN Implementation Plan Key Targets (Terminal-Approach) AFI PBN Implementation Plan Long Term: 2016 + [Ch. 25-26] • Review State PBN Implementation Plan Key Targets (Terminal Approach) State PBN Implementation Plan Long Term: 2016 + [Ch. 5.3] APIRG 17 WP7 APPENDIX I-6 PROCESS TASKS INPUT SOURCE OUTPUT TARGET DATE ACTION PERSON/GROUP STATUS Terminal Applications Implementation Process 1 Determine Requirements Step 1- Formulate airspace concept PBN Manual, Vol. 1B Ch. (...) B 4.3.4 Step 5- Implementation decision PBN Manual, Vol. 1B Ch. B 4.3.5 Step 6- Flight inspection and flight validation PBN Manual, Vol. 1B Ch.
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Score: 1433560.3 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...IRG/APIRG17/Docs/wp7_appi6.pdf
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Microsoft Word - APIRG 17 Wp 7 Appendix I-4 PBN Imp Tools - Approach Phase Action Plan - Near Term APIRG 17 WP7 APPENDIX I-4 PBN IMPLEMENTATION TOOLS _________________ (State) NATIONAL PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES AND ACTION PLAN OPTIMIZATION OF THE ATS ROUTE STRUCTURE IN TERMINAL AIRSPACE PERIOD: Near Term (2008-2012) APPLICATION: Approach Phase Benefits Environment: Efficiency : Strategy PROCESS TASKS INPUT SOURCE OUTPUT TARGET DATE ACTION PERSON/GROUP STATUS Preliminary • Review AFI PBN Implementation Plan Key Targets (Terminal- Approach) AFI PBN Implementation Plan Near Term: 2008-2012 [Ch. 10-14] • Review State PBN Implementation Plan Key Targets (Terminal-Approach) State PBN Implementation Plan Near Term: 2008-2012 [Ch. 5.1.2-5.1.3] APIRG 17 WP7 APPENDIX I-4 PROCESS TASKS INPUT SOURCE OUTPUT TARGET DATE ACTION PERSON/GROUP STATUS Terminal Applications Implementation Process 1 Determine Requirements Step 1- Formulate airspace concept PBN Manual, Vol. 1B Ch. (...) B 4.3.4 Step 5- Implementation decision PBN Manual, Vol. 1B Ch. B 4.3.5 Step 6- Flight inspection and flight validation PBN Manual, Vol. 1B Ch.
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Score: 1433560.3 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...IRG/APIRG17/Docs/wp7_appi4.pdf
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Microsoft Word - APIRG 17 WP 7 Appendix I-5 PBN Imp Tools - Approach Phase Action Plan- Mid Term APIRG 17 WP7 APPENDIX I-5 PBN IMPLEMENTATION TOOLS _________________ (State) NATIONAL PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES AND ACTION PLAN OPTIMIZATION OF THE ATS ROUTE STRUCTURE IN TERMINAL AIRSPACE PERIOD: Mid Term (2013-2016) APPLICATION: Approach Phase Benefits Environment: Efficiency : Strategy PROCESS TASKS INPUT SOURCE OUTPUT TARGET DATE ACTION PERSON/GROUP STATUS Preliminary • Review AFI PBN Implementation Plan Key Targets (Terminal- Approach) AFI PBN Implementation Plan Mid Term: 2013-2016 [Ch. 20-24] • Review State PBN Implementation Plan Key Targets (Terminal Approach) State PBN Implementation Plan Mid Term: 2013-2016 [Ch. 5.2.2-5.2.3] APIRG 17 WP7 APPENDIX I-5 PROCESS TASKS INPUT SOURCE OUTPUT TARGET DATE ACTION PERSON/GROUP STATUS Terminal Applications Implementation Process 1 Determine Requirements Step 1- Formulate airspace concept PBN Manual, Vol. 1B Ch. (...) B 4.3.4 Step 5- Implementation decision PBN Manual, Vol. 1B Ch. B 4.3.5 Step 6- Flight inspection and flight validation PBN Manual, Vol. 1B Ch.
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Score: 1433560.3 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...IRG/APIRG17/Docs/wp7_appi5.pdf
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This may include:  Data and Information Management  Static Data Output  Dynamic Data Output  Additional Products,  Pre- and Post-Flight Information, and  ATS Reporting Office (ARO). (...) The competency unit for dynamic data output include competencies related to NOTAM, Checklist of Valid NOTAM, SNOWTAM, and ASHTAM. Pre and Post Flight Information The competencies addresses pre-flight and post-flight information provided by Aerodrome AIS Units as outlined in Annex 15 and other related documents. Pre- and post-flight information is stated in Annex 15 as one of the AIS functions; however, it has been separated because it is often executed by ARO.
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Score: 1432366 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...AIS-AIMTrainingDevelopment.pdf
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Strategic Objectives: This working paper relates to Strategic Objectives A and D with regard to all phases of flight, and especially in the approach through widespread implementation of approach procedures with vertical guidance. (...) PBN brings together, under one umbrella, a number of diverse RNAV and RNP applications encompassing all regimes of flight, from enroute to approach. PBN provides a framework of harmonized modern navigation operational approval requirements that make use of available navigation systems and aircraft capability. (...) STATE RESPONSIBILITIES 2.1 States are ultimately responsible for the safe and efficient operation of their national airspace systems including the provision for safe instrument flight procedures and safety oversight of their service providers and operators.
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Score: 1432151.1 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...2036th%20Session/wp029c_en.pdf
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significant change in data quality requirements (accuracy, resolution and integrity) 4 7Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Need for quality assurance Quality of an IFP is flight critical The en-route structure, departure, arrival, holding and approach procedures are derived from an IFP process which covers various steps from collection of user requirements to State publication to the integration into airborne systems Lots of steps and actors 8Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Need for quality assurance 5 9Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Answer to the need of quality assurance 10Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Answer to the need of quality assurance PANS-OPS, Volume II, Part I, Section 2, Chapter 4 Quality Assurance Requirements for quality assurance in flight procedure design Need of a systemic quality assurance process (often part of a SMS) Each State shall take measures to “control”’ the quality of the processes associated with the construction of instrument flight procedures. 6 11Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Answer to the need of quality assurance ICAO Doc 9906 (quality assurance manual for flight procedure design) published to answer this need (publication started in 2009) Guidance material for quality assurance supplementing provisions in PANS-OPS Verification of all obstacle and navigation data, and assessment of flyability of the procedure 12Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Answer to the need of quality assurance 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 7 13Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance 14Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance – Vol1 Volume 1 – Flight Procedure Design Quality Assurance System: Guidance for quality assurance in the procedure design processes, such as procedure design documentation, verification and validation methods, guidelines about the acquisition/processing of source information/data It also provides a generic process flow diagram for the design and the implementation of flight procedures 8 15Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance – Vol1 ICAO Doc 9906 covers the entire lifespan of an IFP 16Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance – Vol1 Outcomes conceptual design, including planned implementation dates, and resources needed to achieve the task; the FPD, including the procedure layout, the relevant calculation outputs, coordinates and a textual description of the intended procedure; validation and verification reports for the IFP; approval of the procedure by the regulatory authority; documentation throughout the various stages from the input through the publication process; and finally, the released AIP publication (charts, texts, coordinates, path terminators and any other pertinent information relevant to the procedure). 9 17Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance – Vol2 Volume 2 – Flight Procedure Designer Training: guidance for the establishment of flight procedure designer training Training is the starting point for any quality assurance programme 18Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance – Vol2 To ensure quality it is essential to provide competency-based training and assessment to all contributors to the flight procedure development process The activities of flight procedure designers are considered critical to the safety of aviation. The provision of erroneous, incomplete or badly designed flight procedures and associated minima has direct consequences for the users 10 19Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance – Vol2 Recently, procedure design work has become more critical due to: increasing complexity; increased importance of data integrity, especially for modern area navigation (RNAV) and satellite-based navigation; and introduction of new avionics 20Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance – Vol2 manual can be used as a guideline: - to establish approval/ certification criteria of a training course / programme - to develop its own training course/ programme manual can be used as a guideline: - to evaluate potential courses - develop their own training courses/programmes manual can be used as a guideline to develop their own training courses/programmes Relationships among State authority, procedure design service provider and training provider 11 21Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance – Vol3 Volume 3 – Flight Procedure Design Software Validation: guidance for the validation (not certification) of procedure design tools, notably with regard to criteria 22Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance – Vol3 Procedure design tools are increasingly being used by designers with the goal of quality control and integrity enhancement in the procedure design domain Conventional and/or area navigation (RNAV) procedures for the departure, en-route, arrival, terminal and/or approach phases 12 23Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance – Vol3 Automation in calculations contributes to the improvement of data integrity Use of automation is not intended to replace the procedure designer’s expertise 24Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance – Vol3 Procedure design tools can be misleading if they contain errors, or if procedure design criteria compliance is not ensured through all the functions provided by such tools. Significant need to define a validation process for procedure design tools Additionally, the validation is a means for users to gain confidence in a tool 13 25Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance – Vol5 Volume 5 – Validation of Instrument Flight Procedures: guidance for conducting validation of instrument flight procedures, including safety, flyability and design accuracy 26Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance – Vol5 Purpose of validation to ensure safety, data accuracy and integrity and flyability of the instrument flight procedure applies to fixed wing and helicopter instrument flight procedures Validation One of the final quality assurance steps in the procedure design process for instrument flight procedures Essential before the procedure design documentation is issued as part of the integrated aeronautical information package. 14 27Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance – Vol5 Validation process is subdivided into ground validation and flight validation Ground validation is a systematic review of the steps and calculations involved in the procedure design as well as the impact on flight operations by the procedure Flight validation is concerned with factors other than the performance of the navigation aid or system that may affect the suitability of the procedure for publication Flight validation is different from Flight inspection • Flight inspection is conducted with the purpose of confirming the ability of the navigation aid(s)/system upon which the procedure is based, to support the procedure 28Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance – Vol5 Ground validation is mandatory Independent IFP design review and a pre-flight validation Flight validation Flight simulator evaluation and evaluation flown in an aircraft If the State can verify through ground validation the accuracy and completeness of all obstacle and navigation data considered in the procedure design, and any other factors normally considered in the flight validation, then the flight validation requirement may be dispensed with 15 29Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance – Vol5 Flight validation is required under the following conditions: a) the flyability of a procedure cannot be determined by other means; b) the procedure requires mitigation for deviations from design criteria; c) the accuracy and/or integrity of obstacle and terrain data cannot be determined by other means; d) if new procedures differ significantly from existing procedures; and e) helicopter PinS procedures Chapter 30Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance – Vol6 Volume 6 – Flight Validation Pilot Training and Evaluation: Guidance for the establishment of flight procedure validation pilot training As for procedure designers, training is the starting point for any quality assurance system 16 31Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance – Vol6 Each State should: Establish standards for the required competency level for flight validation pilots Ensure that flight validation pilots acquire and maintain this competency level through initial training, recurrent/refresher training and supervised on-the-job training As for procedure designers, it is essential to provide competency-based training and assessment to flight validation pilots 32Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Details on quality assurance – Vol6 Chapter Relationships among State Authority, Flight Validation Service Provider and Training Provider - State Authority - ANSP - Third Party manual can be used as a guideline for training courses/programmes approval conducted by FVSP manual can be used by FVSP to ensure compliance manual can be used as a guideline to develop training courses/programmes 17 33Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Conclusion 34Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Conclusion Based on the requirements from PANS-OPS (Doc 8168), the quality assurance manual for flight procedure design is a complete guidance material adressing of the life cycle from procedure design to validation steps Volume 4 (Flight Procedures Design Construction) only is missing at this stage 18 35Safety Case 26 / 03 / 2014 Anne-Laure VOGEL Anne-laure.vogel@egis.fr Tel: +33 5 16 57 00 61 Mob: +33 6 46 44 88 76 Contact
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Score: 1431612.8 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...FI-FPP/Quality%20Assurance.pdf
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He is participating in ICAO Instrument Flight Procedure Panel (IFPP) meetings as advisor to the French member.He was instructor for previous ICAO PBN course in India, Hong Kong, Middle-East region and Africa. (...) Terminal objective 1: Conditions of performance Given maps and other documents containing validated data, Expected Behaviour The trainee will design a Basic-RNP 1 or RNAV 1 SID procedure based on use of GNSS sensor Standard In accordance with PANS OPS, Doc 8168 Terminal objective 2: Conditions of performance Given maps and other documents containing validated data, Expected Behaviour The trainee will design a Basic-RNP 1 or RNAV 1 STAR procedure based on use of GNSS sensor Standard In accordance with PANS OPS, Doc 8168 Terminal objective 3: Conditions of performance Given maps and other documents containing validated data, Expected Behaviour The trainee will design an RNP Approach procedure (APV Baro- VNAV), based on RNP APCH operations Standard In accordance with PANS OPS, Doc 8168 Terminal objective 4: Conditions of performance Given maps and other documents containing validated data, Expected Behaviour The trainee will design an RNP approach procedure (NPA), based on RNP APCH operations Standard In accordance with PANS OPS, Doc 8168 Terminal objective 5: Conditions of performance Given completed procedure design with all associated documents and data Expected Behaviour The trainee will document a Basic-RNP 1 or RNAV-1 SID and STAR, an RNP approach procedure (NPA), and an RNP approach procedure (APV Baro-VNAV), for validation, publication and traceability Standard Accurately, in a reasonable time, and in accordance with PANS OPS, Doc 8168, Annex 4, Annex 15, Quality Assurance Manual for Flight Procedure Design and other guidance PBN Course 3 PARTICIPANTS People involved in procedure design or with serious background in procedure design. (...)  Performance – notion of accuracy , precision , continuity , availability GNSS concept:  Aircraft based augmentation system (ABAS)  Satellite based augmentation system (SBAS) in a PBN context  Ground based augmentation system (GBAS) in a PBN context Quality assurance (Quality Assurance Manual for Flight Procedure Design)  Document and store procedure for traceability  Data origination  Procedure design process Procedure design criteria (Pans-Ops, Volume II, Part III, Sections 1, 2):  Underlying criteria  General criteria such as o Minimum length of segments o Turn protection o T and Y concept o TAA Procedure construction (Pans-Ops, Volume II, Part III, Section 3 and proposed amendments)  Departure criteria applicable for Basic-RNP 1 and RNAV 1 /2  Standard arrival for Basic-RNP 1 and RNAV 1/2  Approach procedure for RNP APCH operations  APV baroVNAV procedure  Document procedure for validation and publication (Pans-Ops, Volume II, Part III, Section 5)  Charting and coding PBN Course 5 MEANS  Theoretical lectures : Presentation and explanation of the rules and principles described in PANS OPS, Doc 8168-OPS/611  Laboratory exercises Lectures are followed by practical exercises, scheduled on a daily basis, that illustrate the elementary application of criteria in a simplified environment, in order to reinforce theoretical input.  Comprehensive On-the-Job Training (OJT) Project: Part of the second week is devoted to an OJT project.
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Score: 1429659.6 - https://www.icao.int/safety/pb...N%20PD%20Course%20syllabus.pdf
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THE NEED FOR eTOD INFORMATION FROM AN INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE, Presented by Jeppesen 09-Sep-2013 12:07, English only
  • IP/06 Agenda Item 5: Assessment of operational requirements in order to determine the implementation of communications, navigation, and surveillance (CNS) capabilities improvement for en-route and terminal area operations. EXPANDING FUTURE AIR NAVIGATI..., Presented by Boeing 09-Sep-2013 12:07, English only
  • IP/07 Agenda Item 7: Implementation of the new flight plan format. FOLLOW UP TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW FLIGHT PLAN FORMAT, Presented by Secretariat 09-Sep-2013 12:07
08. (...) FOLLOW-UP TO IMPLEMENTATION ACTIVITIES OF PROJECT AUTOMATION, Presented by Secretariat 09-Sep-2013 12:07
  • WP/11 Agenda Item 7: Implementation of the new flight plan format. FOLLOW-UP TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW FLIGHT PLAN FORMAT, Presented by Secretariat 09-Sep-2013 12:07
  • WP/12 Agenda Item 8: Other business.
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Score: 1428530.7 - https://www.icao.int/SAM/Pages/SAMIG11.aspx
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Main Performance Impact KPA-03 – Cost-effectiveness; KPA-04 – Efficiency; KPA-09 - Predictability Operating Environment/Phases of Flight Approach/Arrivals and En-Route. Global Concept Component(s) AOM – Airspace Organisation and Management AO – Aerodrome Operations TS – Traffic Synchronisation, AOM Global Plan Initiatives (GPI) GPI-10- Terminal Area Design and Management; GPI-11- RNP and RNAV Standard instrument Departures (SIDS)and Standard Terminal Arrivals (STARS); Pre-Requisites NIL Global Readiness Checklist Status Standards Readiness Ready Avionics Availability Ready Ground System Availability Ready Procedures Available Ready Operations Approvals Ready 3 • Varies from one State/region to the next. • Some aspects of the movement to PBN have already been subject of local improvements in areas ICAO SIP 2012-ASBU Workshop.Block Upgrades N° B0-05 Module N° B0-05 - Baseline 4 • Element 1  Continuous Descent Operations (CDO) – CDO is enabled by airspace design, procedure design and facilitation by ATC – An optimum CDO starts from the top-of-descent (TOD) and uses descent profiles that reduce controller-pilot communications and segments of level flight. • Element 2  Performance -based Navigation (PBN) – The PBN concept encompasses two types of navigation specifications RNAV/RNP: – PBN STARs ICAO SIP 2012-ASBU Workshop.Block Upgrades N° B0-05 Module N° B0-05 – Change brought by the Module 5ICAO SIP 2012-ASBU Workshop.Block Upgrades N° B0-05 Module N° B0-05 – Intended Performance Operational Improvement Efficiency reduced fuel burn authorization of operations where noise limitations would otherwise result in operations being curtailed or restricted reduction in the number of required radio transmissions optimal management of the top-of-descent in the en- route airspace Environme nt Reduction on CO2 through reduced fuel burn Safety more consistent flight paths and stabilized approach paths  reduction in the incidence of controlled flight into terrain (CFIT)  reduction in the number of conflicts. CBA If implemented within the ICAO CDO manual framework, it is envisaged that the benefit/cost ratio (BCR) will be positive. 6 • ICAO Continuous Descent Operations (CDO) Manual (Document 9931) – Provides guidance on the airspace design, instrument flight procedures, ATC facilitation and flight techniques necessary to enable continuous descent profiles. • ICAO Performance-based Navigation Manual (ICAO Document 9613) – Provides general guidance on PBN implementation. • ICAO PBN operational approval guidance material will be available by June 2012 ICAO SIP 2012-ASBU Workshop.Block Upgrades N° B0-05 Module N° B0-05 – Necessary Procedures (Air & Ground) 7 • Avionics – CDO does not require specific air/ground technology. – CDO is an aircraft operating technique aided by appropriate airspace and procedure design, and appropriate ATC clearances • Ground Systems – RNP AR Approaches requires significant investment, ANSPs should work closely with airlines ICAO SIP 2012-ASBU Workshop.Block Upgrades N° B0-05 Module N° B0-05 – Necessary System Capability 8 • Training in the operational standards and procedures are required for this module • Likewise, the qualifications requirements are identified in the regulatory requirements ICAO SIP 2012-ASBU Workshop.Block Upgrades N° B0-05 Module N° B0-05 – Training and Qualification Requirements 9 • Regulatory/Standardization: Use current published requirements • Approval Plans: Must be in accordance with application requirements e.g. airspace design, air traffic operations, PBN requirements for fixed radius transitions, radius-to-fix legs, Required Time of Arrival (RTA), parallel offset, etc ICAO SIP 2012-ASBU Workshop.Block Upgrades N° B0-05 Module N° B0-05 – Regulatory/standardization needs and Approval Plan (Air and Ground) 10 • Standards – For flight plan requirements in Amendment 1, ICAO Document 4444; PANS/ATM v15 • Procedures • Guidance Material – ICAO Doc 9613, Performance-based Navigation (PBN) Manual; ICAO Doc 9931, Continuous Descent Operations (CDO) Manual;. – FAA Advisory Circular, AC 90-105, Approval Guidance for RNP Operations and Barometric Vertical Navigation in the U.S.
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Score: 1428480 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...etings/2012/abu/docs/wp28a.pdf
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Departing passengers The inspection team will verify: (a) that appropriate signage is in place at the entrances to the airport terminal, warning passengers that anyone considered a risk for SARS will not be allowed to board any flight. (...) Passengers found to be possible SARS cases will not be allowed to board any flight. The most common symptoms of SARS are fever, cough, and shortness of breath”. (...) Disembarking passengers The inspection team will verify: (a) that a questionnaire is being distributed to passengers arriving from affected areas: • in flight prior to arrival, or • immediately upon disembarkation, or • before entry into any common transit or arrival areas; and • always before clearing immigration Page 3 of 4 (b) that the questionnaire is reviewed at the time of disembarkation and before the passenger enters any common transit or arrival areas.
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Score: 1426465.2 - https://www.icao.int/safety/av...SARS/Inspectors_Guidelines.pdf
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