Route sector means a route or portion of a route

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route sector means a route, or portion of a route, flown without an intermediate landing. route segment means a route, or portion of a route, usually flown without an intermediate stop. RVSM airspace means any of the following: (a) the airspace, at or above flight level 290, identified in AIP to be airspace where a vertical separation minimum of 1 000 feet applies; (b) the airspace, at or above flight level 290, designated, or otherwise recognised, by the competent authority of a foreign country to be airspace where a vertical separation minimum of 1 000 feet applies; (c) airspace, at or above flight level 290, where a vertical separation of 1 000 feet applies under the terms of a Regional Air Navigation Agreement. RVSM airworthiness approval has the meaning given by regulation 181C. RVSM airworthiness approved aircraft means: (a) an Australian aircraft for which an RVSM airworthiness approval is in force; or (b) a foreign aircraft for which an RVSM foreign airworthiness approval is in force. RVSM foreign airworthiness approval has the meaning given by regulation 181D. RVSM operational approval has the meaning given by regulation 181E. secondary surveillance radar transponder means equipment that: (a) is carried on, or installed in, an aircraft; and Authorised Version F2017C00094 registered 01/02/2017
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Preliminary Part 1 Regulation 2 Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 19 Compilation No. 87 Compilation date: 27/1/17 Registered: 31/1/17 (b) can respond to radio signals transmitted to the aircraft by ground radar and relay information about the aircraft’s operations including the following: (i) the identity of the aircraft; (ii) the position of the aircraft; (iii) the altitude of the aircraft. self-contained navigation system means a navigation system which: (a) is carried on, or installed in, an aircraft; and (b) determines the position of the aircraft without reference to externally generated radio signals. servicing , in relation to an aircraft, means preparing the aircraft for flight, and includes providing the aircraft with fuel and other fluids that are necessary for its operation, but does not include any work that is maintenance. signal area means a selected part of an aerodrome used for the display of ground signals so that they will be visible to aircraft in the air. State includes the Northern Territory. synthetic flight trainer means a flight simulator, a flight training device, or a synthetic trainer. Note 1: For definitions of flight simulator and flight training device , see the CASR Dictionary. Note 2: Standards for flight simulators and flight training devices are set out in the document called ‘Manual of Standard s (MOS) Part 60’ published by CASA. Note 3: Standards for synthetic trainers are set out in the document called ‘FSD -2 Operational Standards and Requirements Approved Synthetic Trainers’ published by CASA.
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