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Unformatted text preview: GENERAL AIRWAY MANUAL Issue Date 19 OCT 12 Content covered in the E-AWM General coverage is: BULLETINS INTRODUCTION NAVDATA ENROUTE RADIO AIDS METEOROLOGY TABLES AND CODES AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL EMERGENCY AIRPORT DIRECTORY IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING JEPPESEN'S WARRANTY AND COPYRIGHT This flight information has been developed to meet the need for a publication providing current information in the condensed form required for modern air navigation under instrument and visual flight conditions. Information contained in the copyrighted charts is independently available from publications of the appropriate governing authority. It is designated for use by experienced, instrument rated pilots who must be thoroughly familiar and competent with the instrument navigation of aircraft. Instrument procedures are designed, flight tested, approved, authorized and prescribed by applicable governing authorities. In the United States, these flight procedures are incorporated into FAR Part 97 as regulations. Jeppesen does not design or flightcheck any of these procedures, and Jeppesen has no authority to alter, modify, add to, or subtract from any flight procedure prescribed by a governing authority. Further, Jeppesen does not review or approve the adequacy, reliability, accuracy, safety or conformance with government standards of any government flight procedure, and it specifically has undertaken no such duty. Jeppesens flight procedure charts simply depict in a graphic form convenient for the use of knowledgeable, instrument rated pilots, the flight procedures exactly as designed, flight tested and prescribed by government authorities. In addition, this Flight Information, including all subsequent revisions, contains a wide variety of information useful to pilots which Jeppesen has obtained from outside sources. Jeppesen has edited this source material, and has arranged and published it in a convenient, easy-to-use format. Jeppesen believes that this Flight Information, and all subsequent revisions, accurately communicates the information obtained from this source material. EXPRESS WARRANTY Jeppesen expressly warrants that it has accurately graphically depicted the flight procedures prescribed by applicable government authorities, and that it has accurately communicated the information obtained from other sources which is depicted on its maps and charts or otherwise contained in this publication. This express warranty is the only warranty express or implied, made by Jeppesen concerning this Flight Information and the contents thereof. Jeppesens total liability for any claim for breach of this express warranty shall be limited to general money damages, not to exceed the total amount paid to Jeppesen by the Air Carrier in the three months immediately preceding the date that the claim arose, for flight information services. ITEMS NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY HOWEVER, JEPPESEN MAKES NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY, AND DISCLAIMS ANY LIABILITY WITH RESPECT TO THE DESIGN, ADEQUACY, ACCURACY, RELIABILITY, SAFETY, OR CONFORMANCE WITH GOVERNMENT STANDARDS OR REGULATIONS, OF ANY FLIGHT PROCEDURE PRESCRIBED BY A GOVERNMENT AUTHORITY, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. 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Address: 55 Inverness Drive East Englewood, CO 80112–5498 (303) 799–9090 United States TABLE OF CONTENTS 4 PREFACE BRIEFING BULLETINS Are Aeronautical Charts Required When Using Navigational Databases?.............................11 ARE AERONAUTICAL CHARTS REQUIRED WHEN USING NAVIGATIONAL DATABASES?................................................................................................................. 14 NICOSIA FIR/UIR IATA COMMUNICATIONS / CONTROL PROCEDURES.........................17 CHANGE OF ALTITUDE DEPICTION ON SID/STAR CHARTS FOR AIRPORTS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM................................................................................................. 20 Multiple Approach Procedure Indicators................................................................................. 23 United States Lower than Standard Take-Off Minimums – Changes to Jeppesen Charts..... 26 AERODROME OPERATING MINIMUMS ACCORDING TO EU-OPS 1................................ 29 Application of State NOTAMs to Jeppesen Aeronautical Charts and Database.....................31 AIRLINE CHART ENHANCEMENT........................................................................................ 32 Far East High/Low Altitude Enroute Series Improvement.......................................................36 GRID Minimum Off-Route Altitude (MORA) — Color Change on Jeppesen Enroute, Area and Orientation Charts............................................................................................ 38 CUSTOMER SERVICE BULLETINS Jeppesen Notices, Alerts and Bulletins Dissemination of Product-Related Information......... 41 Dissemination of Jeppesen Alerts Using Really Simple Syndication (RSS) Feed Technology...................................................................................................................... 44 INTRODUCTION DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS Airport Qualification/Familiarization.........................................................................................49 Jeppesen Airway Manual versus EU-OPS 1 Requirements................................................... 51 Glossary.................................................................................................................................. 54 Abbreviations Used in Airway Manual...................................................................................100 CHART LEGEND Charting Symbols Legend.....................................................................................................123 Enroute Chart Legend...........................................................................................................133 SID/DP and STAR Chart Legend..........................................................................................142 Airport Chart Legend.............................................................................................................147 Approach Chart Legend........................................................................................................ 153 CHART FORMAT DESCRIPTION INFORMATION Approach Chart Legend Airline Format.................................................................................165 TABLE OF CONTENTS 5 SIGNS AND MARKINGS United States Airport Sign Systems...................................................................................... 171 United States Instrument Runway Markings......................................................................... 181 ICAO Recommended Airport Signs, Runway and Taxiway Markings...................................183 Approach Chart Legend — EU-OPS 1 Aerodrome Operating Minimums (AOM)................. 197 CHART CHANGE NOTICES NAVDATA CHANGE DATA Aeronautical Information Compatibility..................................................................................209 NavData Identifiers on Jeppesen Charts.............................................................................. 212 NavData Name Conventions.................................................................................................214 NavData Change Notices Service.........................................................................................224 NAVDATA CHANGE NOTICES............................................................................................225 ENROUTE ENROUTE DATA - GENERAL ARINC Services and Communications................................................................................. 230 ARINC Services.................................................................................................................... 232 Stockholm Radio................................................................................................................... 239 Oceanic Long-Range Navigation Information....................................................................... 243 Designators of ATS Routes and Its Use in Voice Communications......................................247 Company Operational Control...............................................................................................249 RADIO AIDS RADIO DATA - GENERAL General Information.............................................................................................................. 254 SECTION 1. NAVIGATION AIDS..........................................................................................259 Section 2. Area Navigation (RNAV)/Required Navigation Performance (RNP).................... 311 Section 5. Surveillance Systems...........................................................................................320 Direction Finding Procedures................................................................................................350 Navigation Aids Legend........................................................................................................ 353 METEOROLOGY METEOROLOGY SERVICE FOR INTERNATIONAL AIR NAVIGATION Meteorological Service for International Air Navigation - Annex 3........................................ 358 TABLE OF CONTENTS 6 Meteorological Service for International Air Navigation / Model Charts and Forms Annex 3..........................................................................................................................391 Meteorological Service for International Air Navigation / Model Charts - Annex 3................393 Meteorological Service for International Air Navigation / SIGMET Notations - Annex 3....... 409 Meteorological Service for International Air Navigation / World Area Forecast - Annex 3.... 414 Meteorological Service for International Air Navigation / METAR and SPECI - Annex 3......428 Meteorological Service for International Air Navigation / Aircraft Observations - Annex 3... 452 Meteorological Service for International Air Traffic / Forecast - Annex 3.............................. 459 Meteorological Service for International Air Traffic / SIGMET, AIRMET, WSW - Annex 3... 487 Aerodrome Weather Report.................................................................................................. 512 Aerodrome Weather Forecast...............................................................................................520 METEOROLOGICAL OPERATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK - EUROPE (MOTNE) BROADCAST INFORMATION ENCODING SCHEME FOR RUNWAY CONDITIONS DISSEMINATED THROUGH MOTNE (Meteorological Operational Telecommunication Network Europe).................527 Aerodrome Pavement Condition Reports (through SNOWTAM/MOTNE)............................ 531 TABLES AND CODES TABLES AND CODES - REFERENCE INFORMATION Reference Tables..................................................................................................................540 NOTAM REFERENCE INFORMATION Notams..................................................................................................................................583 SNOWTAM REFERENCE INFORMATION Snowtam............................................................................................................................... 599 RADIO FREQUENCY AND TIME INFORMATION Standard Time Signals..........................................................................................................607 Worldwide Local Times......................................................................................................... 609 SUNRISE AND SUNSET TABLES Sunrise and Sunset Tables................................................................................................... 621 DIALING CODES International Dialling Procedures.......................................................................................... 673 TABLE OF CONTENTS 7 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL INTRODUCTION Introduction........................................................................................................................... 684 INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION - DEFINITIONS International Civil Aviation Organization -- Definitions.......................................................... 688 INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION - FLIGHT PROCEDURES Flight Procedures (Doc 8168) - Air Traffic Control................................................................ 710 Flight Procedures (Doc 8168) - General Principles...............................................................711 Flight Procedures (Doc 8168) - Departure Procedures.........................................................721 FLIGHT PROCEDURES (DOC 8168) - ARRIVAL AND APPROACH PROCEDURES........733 FLIGHT PROCEDURES (DOC 8168) - EN-ROUTE CRITERIA...........................................772 FLIGHT PROCEDURES (DOC 8168) - HOLDING PROCEDURES.....................................774 FLIGHT PROCEDURES (DOC 8168) - NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES...................783 FLIGHT PROCEDURES (Doc 8168) - RNAV AND SATELLITE-BASED............................. 793 FLIGHT PROCEDURES (Doc 8168) - DEPARTURE PROCEDURES (RNAV)................... 803 FLIGHT PROCEDURES (Doc 8168) - ARRIVAL AND NON-PRECISION APPROACH PROCEDURES........................................................................................ 806 FLIGHT PROCEDURES (Doc 8168) - APPROACH PROCEDURES WITH VERTICAL GUIDANCE................................................................................................. 813 FLIGHT PROCEDURES (DOC 8168) - PRECISION APPROACH PROCEDURES............ 818 FLIGHT PROCEDURES (DOC 8168) - RNAV HOLDING.................................................... 819 FLIGHT PROCEDURES (DOC 8168) - ENROUTE..............................................................821 AIRCRAFT OPERATING PROCEDURES - ALTIMETER SETTING PROCEDURES......... 822 AIRCRAFT OPERATING PROCEDURES - SIMULTANEOUS OPERATIONS ON PARALLEL OR NEAR-PARALLEL INSTRUMENT RUNWAYS.................................... 830 AIRCRAFT OPERATING PROCEDURES - SECONDARY SURVEILLANCE RADAR (SSR) TRANSPONDER OPERATING PROCEDURES.................................. 834 AIRCRAFT OPERATING PROCEDURES - OPERATIONAL FLIGHT INFORMATION.......837 AIRCRAFT OPERATING PROCEDURES - STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOPs) AND CHECKLISTS.................................................................839 INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION - RULES OF THE AIR ICAO Rules of the Air – Annex 2...........................................................................................842 INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION - ATS AIRSPACE CLASSIFICATIONS ANNEX 11 ICAO ATS Airspace Classifications -- Annex 11...................................................................887 Traffic Information Broadcasts by Aircraft (TIBA)..................................................................890 TABLE OF CONTENTS 8 INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION - AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT Air Traffic Management (Doc 4444)...................................................................................... 895 Appendix 1 – Instructions for Air-Reporting by Voice Communications................................979 Appendix 2 -- Flight Plan.......................................................................................................985 Appendix 4 -- Air Traffic Incident Report............................................................................. 1004 INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY ORGANIZATION - AERONAUTICAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS - ANNEX 10 Aeronautical Telecommunications...................................................................................... 1010 AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT - GENERAL DATA Mach Number Technique....................................................................................................1015 Required Navigational Performance (RNP) Area Navigation (RNAV)................................ 1018 EU-OPS 1 Aerodrome Operating Minimums (AOM)...........................................................1024 EMERGENCY EMERGENCY DATA - INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)................................................................. 1053 AIRPORT DIRECTORY AIRPORT DATA - GENERAL Legend and Explanation..................................................................................................... 1077 ACN TABLES......................................................................................................................1088 TERMINAL TERMINAL PROCEDURES - GENERAL INFORMATION Vertical Descent Angle Reference Table............................................................................ 1154 Gradient To Rate Table.......................................................................................................1157 Hectopascal/Millibar Equivalent For Airport Elevation........................................................ 1165 Preface Preface Briefing Bulletins 11 BRIEFING BULLETINS ARE AERONAUTICAL CHARTS REQUIRED WHEN USING NAVIGATIONAL DATABASES? As GPS navigation, flight management systems, computer flight maps, and computer flight planning system have gained acceptance, avionics companies and software developers have added more and more features. Many of the systems available today make it all too easy to forget that paper enroute, departure, arrival and approach charts are still required and necessary for flight. Avionics systems, flight planning computer mapping systems, and associated databases do not provide all of the navigation information needed to conduct a legal and safe flight. They are not a substitute for current aeronautical charts. When flying with GPS, flight management systems (FMS), or planning a flight with a computer, it is important to understand the limitations of the system you are using. Outlined below are a few of the most common situations where navigation databases do not contain all of the information needed: • Not all instrument flight procedures can be coded into a navigation database. While the vast majority of the world’s SID (DP), STAR and approach procedures can be coded, other procedures cannot be adequately translated to computer code within the industry recommended standards. These “uncodeable” procedures are not included in the Jeppesen Master Database and are unavailable to systems using a navigation database. Procedures containing radar vectors and complicated contingent instructions are the most common ones that f...
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  • Winter '09
  • GARY BRISTOW
  • Meridian, ........., Instrument flight rules, Jeppesen

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