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The meeting noted the requirements for the provision of pre-flight and post-flight information services at aerodromes/heliports normally used for international air operations. (...) However, many users see only the information issued by the State Authority as being the official and correct data. 5.2 In the future it is envisaged that pre-flight briefing will be extended to the provision of pre-flight briefings directly to the flight deck of aircraft. This would enable the pilot to be provided with briefing information throughout the gate-to-gate operation of a flight. It would then be a natural progression to further extend this facility to include in-flight updates of aeronautical and meteorological information on the flight deck.
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Score: 1381848.8 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...ats_ais_sar_sg10_report_en.pdf
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A regular program of bi-annual strategic airport (Runway throughput) and airspace capacity and demand analysis should be implemented for all international airports and associated terminal area within the airspace, and for all en-route ATC sectors supporting the busiest MID city pairs, including consideration of: - CNS systems; - ATC resources and capability; - ATC separation standards and techniques; - runway occupancy duration; - seasonal flight schedules; and - historical traffic data and traffic growth forecasts. ii. Where strategic analysis indicates that demand does not yet exceed capacity, preparation for the implementation of ATFM capability should be based on careful analysis of current traffic and expected growth in the next 5 years. c) Pre-Tactical Capacity and Demand Monitoring and Analysis Daily pre-tactical airport and airspace capacity and demand analysis should be conducted for all ATFM Program Airports and associated terminal area airspace, and for all en-route ATC sectors supporting the busiest MID city pairs, including consideration of: - expected runway and airspace configurations; - forecast meteorological phenomena; - ATC resources, facilities and equipment; - other known or expected capacity constraints; and - updated flight schedule and flight plan information. (...) ATFM Daily Plan (ADP) for all ATFM Program Airports and associated terminal area airspace, including airport and airspace capacity declarations and related background information, should be prepared and distributed to all relevant stakeholders.
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Score: 1381735.5 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...M%20Implementation%20Steps.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Olga -MID_KPI Indicators • Outcome indicators  Performance indicators – Important at a global level • Global Air Navigation Plan • Driver indicators  Implementation indicators – Regional offices & States responsible for implementation • Regional Air Navigation Plans Key Performance Indicators • GANP 5th Edition: 16 KPIs • GANP 6th Edition: 19 KPIs • GANP 7th Edition: 19 KPIs (+4 KPIs proposed for Safety KPA) KPA EFFICIENCY CAPACITY PREDICTABILITY FOCUS AREAS FLIGHT TIME &  DISTANCE VERTICAL  FLIGHT  EFFICIENCY FUEL  BURN CAPACITY,  THROUGHPUT  & UTILIZATION CAPACITY  SHORTFALL &  ASSOCIATED  DELAY PUNCTUALITY VARIABILITY CORE KPIs KPI 02 Taxi‐out  Additional Time KPI 13 Taxi‐in  Additional Time KPI 09 Airport  Peak Arrival  Capacity KPI 10 Airport  Peak Arrival  Throughput KPI 01  Departure  punctuality KPI 14 Arrival  punctuality KPI 15 Flight  time  variability ADDITIONAL KPIs KPI 04 Filed Flight  Plan en‐route  extension KPI 05 Actual en‐ route extension KPI08 Additional  time in terminal  airspace KPI 17  Level‐off  during climb KPI 18 Level  capping during  cruise KPI 19  Level‐off  during descent KPI 16  Additional  fuel burn KPI 06 En‐route  Airspace  Capacity KPI 11 Airport  Arrival Capacity Utilization KPI 07 En‐ route ATFM  delay KPI 12  Airport/Termi nal ATFM  Delay KPI 03 ATFM  slot  adherence KPA SAFETY FOCUS AREAS OPERATIONAL SAFETY OUTCOME ORGANIZATIONAL SAFETY  OUTCOME PROVISION OF INFRASTRUCTURE  AND AVIATION SERVICES  CORE KPIs KPI 20 Number of aircraft accidents  (Var 1. 
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Score: 1380850.3 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...%20Webinar/Olga%20-MID_KPI.pdf
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Order Terminating the Provisional Release of Miroslav Kvocka Case No. (...) Miroslav KVOCKA, Mladjo RADIC, Zoran ZIGIC and Dragoljub PRCAC ________________________________________________ ORDER TERMINATING THE PROVISIONAL RELEASE OF MIROSLAV KVOCKA ________________________________________________ Counsel for the Prosecutor: Mr. (...) Jovan Simic for Dragoljub Prcac Bosnia and Herzegovina Embassy of Bosnia and Herzegovina, The Hague   THE APPEALS 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"), RECALLING the "Decision on the Request for Provisional Release of Miroslav Kvocka” rendered on 17 December 2003, which ordered that Miroslav Kvocka be provisionally released pending the hearing of his appeal ("Provisional Release Decision"); NOTING that the Provisional Release Decision required Miroslav Kvocka to “comply with any order of the Appeals Chamber varying the terms of, or terminating, his provisional release" and "to return to the Tribunal at such time and on such date as the Appeals Chamber may order"; NOTING the "Order Varying the Provisional Release of Miroslav Kvocka and for his Return to the Tribunal during the Appeal Hearing" ("Provisional Release Order") rendered on 11 March 2004, which stated that the “provisional release of Miroslav Kvocka shall resume on Monday, 29 March 2004, and be effective up to his return in custody for the delivery of judgement on appeal"; Noting the "Scheduling Order" issued on 8 February 2005, which ordered that the hearing to deliver the Judgement in this Appeal shall take place on 28 February 2005; NOTING that the Provisional Release Order stated that "₣oğn his return flight to The Hague before the delivery of the judgement on appeal, Miroslav Kvocka shall be accompanied by a designated official of BiH (or such other designated officials as the Appeals Chamber may order or accept) who shall deliver Miroslav Kvocka into the custody of the Dutch authorities at Schiphol airport at a date and time to be determined by the Appeals Chamber; the Dutch authorities shall then transport him back to the United Nations Detention Unit"; NOTING that, in the "Guarantee of the Government of Republika Srpska" filed on 9 December 2003, the Government of Republika Srpska undertook to bear all costs regarding the transfer of Miroslav Kvocka “from the moment it takes charge of him at Schiphol Airport in the Netherlands to the place in Republika Srpska where he will stay and back”; PURSUANT TO Rule 65 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence, HEREBY TERMINATES the provisional release of Miroslav Kvocka with effect from 25 February 2005 and ORDERS that: Miroslav Kvocka shall surrender to the custody of the International Tribunal on 25 February 2005 at the latest; The Government of Bosnia and Herzegovina shall inform the Appeals Chamber and the Registrar of the name of any designated official as soon as possible but no later than 22 February 2005 for assisting in the return of Miroslav Kvocka to the custody of the International Tribunal by 25 February at the latest; The designated official of Bosnia and Herzegovina (or such other designated officials as the Appeals Chamber may order or accept) shall make all necessary arrangements in conjunction with the Registrar of the International Tribunal and the Dutch authorities for the return of Miroslav Kvocka to The Hague, Netherlands, on 25 February 2005 at the latest, and his subsequent transportation to and detention in the United Nations Detention Unit; The designated official of Bosnia and Herzegovina (or such other designated officials as the Appeals Chamber may order or accept) shall accompany Miroslav Kvocka on the flight to The Hague and shall deliver him into the custody of the Dutch authorities at Schiphol airport on 25 February 2005 at the latest; The Dutch authorities are requested to transport Miroslav Kvocka to the United Nations Detention Unit immediately following his arrival at Schiphol airport; All terms and conditions of the Provisional Release Decision shall continue in full force and effect until Miroslav Kvocka has surrendered to the custody of the International Tribunal; REQUESTS the Registrar of the International Tribunal to make all necessary arrangements with all relevant authorities for the return of Miroslav Kvocka and for his detention in the United Nations Detention Unit as of 25 February 2005 or earlier until further order of the International Tribunal.  
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Score: 1377941 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/kvocka/tord/en/050209.htm
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A-CDM, at the airports where it is implemented, will facilitate the work of the CDM Committee, as well as for effective optimization of flight operations at the airports and relevant terminal airspaces. 9. (...) ATFM TF/6-WP/4 APPENDIX D D-2 4 Pre-Tactical Capacity and Demand Monitoring and Analysis expected runway and airspace configurations; Daily pre-tactical airport and airspace capacity and demand analysis should be conducted all ATFM Program Airports and associated terminal area airspace, and for all en-route ATC sectors forecast meteorological phenomena; ATC resources, facilities and equipment; other known or expected capacity constraints; and updated flight schedule and flight plan information. 5 Pre-Tactical ATFM Execution Web-based ATFM network; or Daily basis ATFM Daily Plan (ADP) for all ATFM Program Airports and associated terminal area airspace, including airport and airspace capacity declarations and related background information, should be prepared and distributed to all relevant stakeholders. (...) A DLA message should be transmitted when the departure of an aircraft, for which basic flight plan data FPL has been sent, is delayed by more than 15 minutes after the estimated off-block time contained in the basic flight plan data.
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Score: 1377274.2 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...%20Data%20Exchange%20Model.pdf
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The aircraft system performance capabilities forms basis for the airspace design, obstacle clearance criteria, construction and implementation of flight procedures, application of aircraft separation minima etc. (...) Specifically, RNAV and RNP may: • Increase safety by using three-dimensional (3D) approach operations with course guidance to the runway, which reduce the risk of controlled flight into terrain. • Improve airport and airspace access in all weather conditions, and the ability to meet environmental and obstacle clearance constraints. • Enhance reliability and reduce delays by defining more precise terminal area procedures that feature parallel routes and environmentally optimized airspace corridors. (...) Surveillance through ADS/CPDLC (Future Air Navigation System (FANS) 1/A) will be maintained. Terminal Approach Areas (TMA) operations (Arrival & Departures) Application of RNAV in the terminal approach airspace improve airspace design through better use of arrival and departure corridors and reduce conflict between arrival and departure flows by consolidating flight tracks. 11    RNAV-1 SIDs and STARs improve safety, capacity, and operational efficiency.
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Score: 1376670.9 - https://www.icao.int/safety/pb...BN%20implementation%20plan.pdf
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(ii) “Actual Flight Hours Costs” shall mean the costs payable by the UN to the Operator for Actual Flight Hours provided by the Operator up to the Total Flight Hours Cost, which is calculated as a factor of Actual Flight Hours provided against the Cost per Flight Hour and reported from the first moment that the Aircraft moves under its own power for the purpose of take-off until the Aircraft comes to rest at the end of a flight tasked by the UN. (...) (xxix) “Effective Date” shall have the meaning set forth in Article 3.1. (xxx) “Estimated Flight Hours” shall have the meaning set forth in Article 14.4. (...) Aviation fuel, oils and lubricants 7.8 The UN shall provide, at no cost, to the Operator aviation fuel for the provision of Services, excluding routine maintenance flights of the Aircraft, Optional 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: 1375310 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/s...20Agreement%20with%20UNGCC.pdf
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Transfers and transportation   عربي   |   中文   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский     Advanced Search   Home : ITU-D : Conferences     Transfers and transportation   Transfers and transportation All participants who inform the Andorran Secretariat of their flight details in advance will be met upon arrival at Barcelona Airport, where transportation to nominated hotels will be provided according to the schedule below. (...) Shuttle bus schedule   Barcelona airport / Andorra   Departures from Terminal 1   10h15, 13h00, 15h00, 17h15, 20h00 (Platforms 7-12, Level 0)   Departures Terminal 2 ( B ) 10h40, 13h25, 15h25, 17h40, 20h25 (Opposite Terminal B, where the three flags are)   Andorra / Barcelona airport   05h00, 08h00, 10h00, 12h30, 15h15  (passengers are required to be in the hotel lobby 15 minutes prior to departure) Toulouse airport/ Andorra   10h30 and 19h00   Andorra / Toulouse Airport   5h00 and 14h00  (passengers are required to be in the hotel lobby 15 minutes prior to departure)     Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU 2010 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page : BDT Web Support Updated : 2009-10-22    
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Score: 1374323.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/conf.../transfers_transportation.html
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ADS-C is usually used in conjunction with CPDLC, which allows electronic data communication between ATC and flight crew as an alternative to voice communications. (...) Approach control service Approach control services are provided to controlled flights arriving or departing from one or more aerodromes. (...) Aircraft speeds are lower than in the en-route phase of flight. Surveillance systems suitable for approach control include primary radar, SSR, multilateration (MLAT) and ADS-B.
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Score: 1374114.8 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...PIRG/APIRG18/Docs/wp15d_en.pdf
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ADS-C is usually used in conjunction with CPDLC, which allows electronic data communication between ATC and flight crew as an alternative to voice communications. (...) Approach control service Approach control services are provided to controlled flights arriving or departing from one or more aerodromes. (...) Aircraft speeds are lower than in the en-route phase of flight. Surveillance systems suitable for approach control include primary radar, SSR, multilateration (MLAT) and ADS-B.
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Score: 1374088.5 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...0APP._AFI%20Sur%20strategy.pdf
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