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September 2001 CAAP No. AIRWAYS - 3(2) Standards and practices for Certified Air/Ground Radio Services Reference Civil Aviation Order 92.3 Who should read this Advisory Publication Aerodrome operators and other organisations or individuals who intend to provide a Certified Air/Ground Radio Service (CA/GRS) at an aerodrome. Why this CAAP has been published This CAAP provides advice on the provision of a CA/GRS. Under CAO 92.3, a CA/GRS is required at prescribed non-controlled aerodromes. A CA/GRS satisfies the CASA requirement for a ground based radio communication service and a radio communication confirmation system to support operations of RPT aircraft into non-controlled aerodromes, as required by Civil Aviation Orders 82.3 and 82.5. Status of this CAAP This is the third issue of CAAP No. AIRWAYS-3. It remains current until re-issued, withdrawn or superseded. For further information Contact CASA: Post: Airspace, Air Traffic and Aerodrome Standards Civil Aviation Safety Authority GPO Box 2005 CANBERRA ACT 2601 Telephone: CASA’s national phone no is: 131 757 FAX: 02 62171700 Civil Aviation Advisory Publication September 2001 This publication is advisory, not regulatory. It specifies the CASA standards and practices for a Certified Air/Ground Radio Service (CA/GRS) provided at any non- controlled aerodrome. CONTENTS See Next Page
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2 CAAP No. AIRWAYS-3(2) – Standards and practices for CA/GRS Date of issue: September 2001 Table of Contents Page Title page 1 Table of Contents 2 1. Definitions and abbreviations 3 2. Introduction and background 4 3. Benefits of a CA/GRS 4 4. Where may a CA/GRS be provided? 4 5. Information provided by a CA/GRO 5 6. Use of information by pilots 5 7. Additional services that may be provided by a CA/GRO 5 8. Facilities and documentation for provision of a CA/GRS 6 9. Procedures and phraseology 6 10. Who can be a CA/GRO? 6 11. CA/GRO certification 7 12. Application for, and issue of, a CA/GRO certificate 7 13. Station callsign 7 14. Notification of service availability 7 15. Action by aerodrome licence holder or owner 7 16. ACA licensing and equipment requirements 7 17. Pre-commissioning and routine compliance checks 8 Annex A: Procedures and Phraseology for CA/GRS 9 Annex B: Pre-commissioning and Routine Compliance Check List 11
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CAAP No. AIRWAYS-3(2) – Standards and practices for CA/GRS 3 Date of issue: September 2001 AAIS : The provision of current, routine information to arriving and departing aircraft by means of continuous and repetitive broadcasts during the hours when the unit responsible for the service is in operation. ACA : Australian Communications Authority AIP : Aeronautical Information Publication AIS : Airservices Australia in its capacity as the provider of an Aeronautical Information Service. AOC
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