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For the advanced variants only: list of terminal airspace entry segments (used to group flights entering the cylinder from ± the same direction). (...) Data Requirement For each arriving flight: Terminal airspace entry time, computed from surveillance data (radar, ADS-B…) Actual landing time (ALDT) In addition, for the advanced KPI variants: Terminal airspace entry segment, computed from surveillance data (radar, ADS-B…) Landing runway ID Data Feed Providers Airlines (OOOI data), airports, ADS-B data providers and/or ANSPs Formula / Algorithm At the level of individual flights: 1. (...) Select the flights arriving at this airport 2. Select the subset of flights which are affected by the flow restrictions at this airport or its terminal airspace 3.
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Score: 1656018.8 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...1/AIDC4/D04-AIDC-NAM-IDC04.pdf
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. • States • Work with the industry to support recycling of waste from international flights. Work to alter international waste legislation to allow the safe recycling of cabin waste from international flights. • Increase the rate of aircraft end-of-life recycling worldwide. • Implement policies that increase accessibility and affordability of public transport networks to tourists. • Support multi-modal operations for passengers and freight to improve operational efficiency and reduce emissions. (...) Sources: USFAA; Schiphol Group SDG 12 Best Practices • Singapore Changi Airport uses recycled materials in construction projects, including runways, roadways and drains. • Galapagos Airport’s terminal is made from 80% recycled material from the old terminal and the structure that supports the new building was constructed from recycled petroleum exploration pipes, which were recovered from the Ecuadorian Amazon • Auckland Airport has worked with Air New Zealand and the New Zealand Government to implement an innovative cabin waste recycling programme and complies with the country's strict quarantine laws. • British Airways has put in place a recycling target of 50% at its Heathrow and Gatwick bases. • Gatwick Airport is building the first waste-to-energy plant in the airport sector SDG 12
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Score: 1652854.7 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...ession_3_Mr._Henry_Gourdji.pdf
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(b) In case a flight is cancelled, delayed or aborted, as provided in paragraph (a) above, the Carrier shall be entitled to payment from the UN, on a pro-rata basis, in respect only of flights, or portions of the flight already completed prior to the decision to cancel, delay or abort such flight. (...) Cancellation by the UN (a) The UN may, subject to the conditions below, cancel any flight covered by this Charter Agreement by giving notice of cancellation to the Carrier: (i) If such notice of cancellation is given more than seven (7) days before the scheduled departure of the flight, the UN shall not be subject to any cancellation penalty and the Carrier shall not be entitled to any part of the contract price attributable to that scheduled flight. (...) [applicable only for short-term charters] (iii) If such notice of cancellation is given less than forty-eight (48) hours prior to the scheduled departure of the flight, the Carrier shall be entitled to retain as liquidated damages ten percent (10 %) of that part of the Charter price attributable to that flight and the Carrier's reasonable and unavoidable expenses occasioned by the cancellation, provided that the Carrier has not dispatched the aircraft earlier than necessary to perform the flight.
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Score: 1632275.1 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/s...pdf/general_conditions_air.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 maneuvres for optimal throughput. 14.5.2 Terminal automation will also sequence flights departing busy airports more efficiently than today. (...) The ATC automation will uplink clearances and other types of information, for example, weather, metering, choke points, and airspace use restrictions. 15.3.8 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. 15.3.11Uniform use of RNP for arrivals and departures at busy airports will optimize management of traffic and merging streams.
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Score: 1620631.4 - https://www.icao.int/safety/pb...BN%20Implementation%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: 1598311 - 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: 1596327.3 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...PIRG/APIRG17/Docs/wp7_apph.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: 1584667.9 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...DF_N_FCOM_20140923_PRO_SPO.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: 1578745.1 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...0-%20Regional%20PBN%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. (...) 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: 1578547.8 - https://www.icao.int/safety/pb...%20State%20Plan%2007%20fnl.pdf
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In addition, the flight crew shall contain at least one pilot who is fully fluent in technical aviation English language. (...) Article 10: Scheduling of flights 10.1 The flights under this Charter Agreement shall conform to a flight schedule agreed to by the Parties (Annex A). (...) (b) In case a flight is cancelled, delayed or aborted, as provided in paragraph (a) above, the Carrier shall be entitled to payment from the UN, on a pro-rata basis, in respect only of flights, or portions of the flight already completed prior to the decision to cancel, delay or abort such flight.
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Score: 1567149.8 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/s...tachment/page/pdf/airshort.pdf
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