175615 The use of the date in the AIRAC cycle which occurs between 21 December

175615 the use of the date in the airac cycle which

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175.6.1.5 The use of the date in the AIRAC cycle which occurs between 21 December and 17 January inclusive should be avoided as an effective date for the introduction of significant changes under the AIRAC system. 175. 6.2 Provision of information in paper copy form 175.6.2.1 In all instances, information provided under the AIRAC system shall be published in paper copy form and shall be distributed by the AIS unit at least 42 days in advance of the effective date with the objective of reaching recipients at least 28 days in advance of the effective date. 175.6.2.2 Whenever major changes are planned and where advance notice is desirable and practicable, information published in paper copy form should be distributed by the AIS unit at least 56 days in advance of the effective date. Note : Guidance on what constitutes a major change is included in MOS 175-01 AIS Operation Manual. 175. 6.3 Provision of information in electronic form 175.6.3.1 when an aeronautical database have been established the contents concerning the circumstances listed in Appendix 4, Part 1 shall be updated, ensure that the effective dates of data coincide with the established AIRAC effective dates used for the provision of information in paper copy form. 175.6.3.2 Information provided in electronic form, concerning the circumstances listed in Appendix 4, Part 1, shall be distributed/made available by the AIS unit so as to reach recipients at least 28 days in advance of the AIRAC effective date. 175.6.3.3 Whenever major changes are planned and where advance notice is desirable and practicable, information provided in electronic form should be distributed/made available at least 56 days in advance of the effective date. Note : Guidance on what constitutes a major change is included in MOS 175-01 AIS Operation Manual. 175. 7. AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION CIRCULARS (AIC) 175. 7.1 Origination 175.7.1.1 An AIC shall be originated whenever it is necessary to promulgate
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18 aeronautical information which does not qualify: a. under the specifications in 175.4.1 for inclusion in AIP Indonesia; or b. under the specifications in 175.5.1 for the origination of a NOTAM. 175.7.1.2 An AIC shall be originated whenever it is desirable to promulgate: a. a long-term forecast of any major change in legislation, regulations, procedures or facilities; b. information of a purely explanatory or advisory nature liable to affect flight safety; c. information or notification of an explanatory or advisory nature concerning technical, legislative or purely administrative matters. This shall include: a. forecasts of important changes in the air navigation procedures, services and facilities provided; b. forecasts of implementation of new navigational systems; c. significant information arising from aircraft accident/ incident investigation which has a bearing on flight safety; d. information on regulations relating to the safeguarding of international civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference; e. advice on medical matters of special interest to pilots; f. warnings to pilots concerning the avoidance of physical hazards; g.
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