114131 When an air traffic services unit is aware that an aircraft in its area

114131 when an air traffic services unit is aware

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11.4.1.3.1 When an air traffic services unit is aware that an aircraft in its area is experiencing radiocommunication failure, an RCF message shall be transmitted to all subsequent ATS units along the route of flight which have already received basic flight plan data (FPL or RPL) and to the aerodrome control tower at the destination aerodrome, if basic flight plan data has been previously sent. 11.4.1.3.2 If the next ATS unit has not yet received basic flight plan data because it would receive a current flight plan message in the coordination process, then an RCF message and a current flight plan (CPL) message shall be transmitted to this ATS unit. In turn, this ATS unit shall transmit an RCF message and a CPL message to the next ATS unit. The above
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11-6 Air Traffic Management (PANS-ATM) 1/11/01 process shall be repeated progressively from centre to centre up to the first ATS unit along the remaining route of flight to which basic flight plan data has already been sent. 11.4.2 Movement and control messages 11.4.2.1 Messages concerning the intended or actual movement of aircraft shall be based on the latest information furnished to air traffic services units by the pilot, the operator or its designated representative, or derived from ground- based radar. 11.4.2.2 F ILED FLIGHT PLAN MESSAGES AND ASSOCIATED UPDATE MESSAGES 11.4.2.2.1 Filed flight plan messages and associated update messages comprise: filed flight plan messages (11.4.2.2.2) delay messages (11.4.2.2.3) modification messages (11.4.2.2.4) flight plan cancellation messages (11.4.2.2.5) departure messages (11.4.2.2.6) arrival messages (11.4.2.2.7). 11.4.2.2.2 F ILED FLIGHT PLAN (FPL) MESSAGES Note.— Instructions for the transmission of an FPL message are contained in Appendix 2. 11.4.2.2.2.1 Unless repetitive flight plan procedures are being applied or current flight plan messages are being employed, filed flight plan messages shall be transmitted for all flights for which a flight plan has been submitted with the object of being provided with air traffic control service, flight information service or alerting service along part or the whole of the route of flight. 11.4.2.2.2.2 A filed flight plan message shall be originated and addressed as follows by the air traffic services unit serving the departure aerodrome or, when applicable, by the air traffic services unit receiving a flight plan from an aircraft in flight: a) an FPL message shall be sent to the ACC or flight information centre serving the control area or FIR within which the departure aerodrome is situated; b) unless basic flight plan data are already available as a result of arrangements made for repetitive flight plans, an FPL message shall be sent to all centres in charge of each FIR or upper FIR along the route which are unable to process current data. In addition, an FPL message shall be sent to the aerodrome control tower at the destination aerodrome. If so required, an FPL message shall also be sent to flow management centres responsible for ATS units along the route; c)
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  • Winter '08
  • Schroeder
  • air traffic, air traffic services, air navigation services

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