VISIBLE TAXI AT YOUR DISCRETION ON TAXIWAY name Note This means that the view

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VISIBLE, TAXI AT YOUR DISCRETION ON TAXIWAY (name) Note: This means that the view of the manoeuvring area is obstructed by a structure(s); it does not include restricted visibility due to weather Fixed-wing aircraft landing or taking off from a non-manoeuvring area that is approved for that purpose Note: may be an area at or adjacent to the airport, not at the airport, but in the control zone; a water aerodrome; a temporary landing area in the control zone; etc. ATC will provide traffic and obstruction information, and control instructions as necessary PHRASEOLOGY: (Aircraft identification) , TRAFFIC (description) , WIND (if required) , LAND/TAKE OFF AT YOUR DISCRETION, and if necessary FROM (location) Helicopter landing or takeoff from a non-manoeuvring area that is approved for that purpose Publication Changes A future edition of the Transport Canada Aeronautical Information Manual (TC AIM – TP 14371E) will be amended to reflect this information. Validity Effective 2 May 2013. For further information, please contact: NAV CANADA Attn: Claude Fortier, Manager ATS Standards & Procedures Tel: 613-563-5738 E-mail: [email protected] James Ferrier Manager, Aeronautical Information Management
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30 APR 15 Note: Cette information est aussi disponible dans l’autre langue officielle. Page 1 of 4 AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION CIRCULAR 11/15 PILOT PROCEDURES WHEN EXPOSED TO LASER AND OTHER DIRECTED BRIGHT LIGHT SOURCES (Supersedes AIC 14/09) Purpose This aeronautical information circular (AIC) contains information and guidelines for flight crews when encountering laser illuminations or other directed bright light sources while in flight. It also contains a link to the “Directed Bright Light Illumination Incident Report/Questionnaire” for pilots. Background Directed bright light sources projected near airports or into any navigable airspace can cause potential flight control disruptions and/or eye injury to pilots, crew members, and passengers. The number of laser illuminations affecting aircraft has significantly increased during the past few years. In particular, the number of laser incidents reported involving law enforcement helicopters has substantially increased. Canada and the USA have both recorded numerous instances of laser exposures that have been disruptive to flight operations. Flight crews may be startled; they may be affected by glare, flash blindness and/or afterimage due to laser occurrences. Definitions Afterimage: The perception of light, dark, or coloured spots after exposure to bright light that may be distracting and disruptive; the spots may persist for several minutes. Directed bright light source: A device capable of emitting a beam of high-intensity light, such as a laser, searchlight, spotlight, or image projector. Flash blindness: A temporary vision impairment that interferes with the ability to detect or resolve a visual target following exposure to a bright light.
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