Instrument Flight Procedures

Knowledge Base Tag: Instrument Flight Procedures

  1. COM 4.12 AUTOLAND COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PILOTS AND CONTROLLERS
  2. Autoland Communication Between Pilots and Controllers in Good Weather Conditions
  3. ATS 3.42 HELICOPTER OPERATIONS
  4. TPM Review – ATS Editorials
  5. Radio Mandatory Zones / Transponder Mandatory Zones
  6. Concept of GNSS-Based Altitude
  7. Introduction to GNSS Landing Systems
  8. Terrain and Obstacle Charting
  9. Terrain and Obstacle Clearance Responsibilities
  10. Harmonised Transition Altitude
  11. Study of User Driven Prioritisation Process (UDPP)
  12. Study the Concept of Block Upgrades
  13. Study SID and STAR Naming and Relevant FMS Design
  14. Study Visual Separation on Approach
  15. Study Merging and Sequencing Concepts
  16. Study Continuous Climb Operations
  17. ATS – Study Restrictions in the Enroute Environment
  18. Produce Definitions of “Fly-by” and “Fly-over”
  19. Study the Operation of Aircraft Flight Management Systems
  20. ATS – Study SID and STAR Design
  21. Review Continuous Descent Operations Manual
  22. Investigate Operational Use of Level Restrictions in SIDs, STARs and other Published Routes
  23. Review Provisional Policy on Missed Approach after Visual Approach
  24. Review ICAO Manual on Performance Based Navigation
  25. Aerodrome – Categorization of Approach Types
  26. Surveillance Applications Policy – Applications of Radar Monitoring
  27. Investigate Basic / Advanced Continuous Descent Approaches
  28. Investigate Navigation and Surveillance Provided by a Single Position Information System
  29. Developments in the use of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) as an Approach Aid
  30. Review of Policy on Precision Area Navigation
  31. Review of Policy on Area Navigation
  32. Review policy of ACAS / TCAS
  33. Environmental Issues in ATM
  34. The Use of Lateral Offsets
  35. Review of IFATCA Policy Concerning Helicopter Operations
  36. Use of Datalink in A Microwave Landing System
  37. Review of Policy on Advanced Approach Procedures
  38. Review of Policy on MLS
  39. The Use of Lateral Offsets
  40. MLS Operational Procedures
  41. Off–Set Tracking in the North Atlantic (NAT)
  42. Removal of Ground Based Aids
  43. The Use of Non-flight Plannable Levels in the Nat Region for Contingency
  44. The Use of GNSS – ATC
  45. The “Free Flight Concept” – Human Factors Considerations
  46. Monitoring TIBA
  47. RNP for Approach and Landing
  48. The Development of the Microwave Landing System ( MLS)
  49. Dynamic and Flexible ATS Route Systems
  50. Separation in Class E Airspace
  51. From RNAV Visual Approaches to Visual Guided Approaches Supplemented by RNAV
  52. Revision of Advanced Approach Policy
  53. Airspace Design and Procedures Controller Involvement
  54. Civilian and Military Integration in the Same Workspace
  55. Air Traffic Management for Tiltrotors
  56. SID/STAR Phraseology
  57. The Development of MLS Continues
  58. The Use of GNSS as a Runway Approach Aid
  59. Monitor the Application and Implementation of RNAV
  60. RNP for Approach and Landing
  61. Report of Visual Approach Procedures
  62. Radar Monitoring Procedures in TMAs
  63. Policy Review AAS 1.8 – 4D Trajectory Concepts / Management
  64. Terrain Clearance and Airspace Design
  65. Study Go Around Procedures When on Visual Approach
  66. Amendment to Current Policy on RNAV Procedural Separation Minima
  67. RNAV Procedural Separation – Longitudinal Distance Standard Minima
  68. RNAV Procedural Separation – Amendment of Current Policy
  69. RNAV – Monitoring its Implementation
  70. Simultaneous Operations on Intersecting Runways
  71. Transition Altitudes
  72. Optimisation of Climb and Descent Profiles and Fuel Economy
  73. Policy Review: Strategic Lateral Offset Procedures (SLOP)
  74. ATS 3.35 TERRAIN AND OBSTACLE CHARTING
  75. ATS 3.34 TERRAIN AND OBSTACLE CLEARANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
  76. ATS 3.27 SID AND STAR NAMING
  77. ATS 3.25 CONTINUOUS DESCENT OPERATIONS (CDO) AND CONTINOUS CLIMB OPERATIONS (CCO)
  78. ATS 3.24 EN-ROUTE RESTRICTIONS
  79. ATS 3.23 INSTRUMENT DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS
  80. ATS 3.22 MISSED APPROACH PROCEDURES FOR VISUAL APPROACHES
  81. WC 10.2.11 THE “FREE FLIGHT CONCEPT” HUMAN FACTORS CONSIDERATIONS
  82. ATS 3.8 RADAR MONITORING
  83. ATS 3.2 CLEARANCES
  84. ADME 2.9 REQUIRED NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE (RNP) FOR APPROACH AND LANDING
  85. ADME 2.8 ADVANCED APPROACH PROCEDURES
  86. AAS 1.15 CONCEPT OF GNSS-BASED ALTITUDE
  87. AAS 1.11 “FLY-BY” AND “FLY-OVER” WAYPOINTS
  88. AAS 1.9 REMOVAL OF GROUND BASED AIDS
  89. AAS 1.7 DISPLAY OF GNSS STATUS TO ATC
  90. AAS 1.4 REQUIRED NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE (RNP) and AREA NAVIGATION (RNAV)
  91. Compatibility in Clearances Issued

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