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1 International Civil Aviation Organization European and North Atlantic Office OVERVIEW OF THE AMENDMENT - ICAO EUR FPL2012 Workshop Kiev, Ukraine 29 June – 1 July 2010

2 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Purpose Flight Plan Study Group (FPLSG) Updates the ICAO model flight plan form to:  Show aircraft advanced capabilities in more detail  Meet evolving requirements of automated ATM systems 2

3 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Chapter Flight Plan Form  Reinforces requirement to complete form in accordance with Appendix 2 and relevant AIPs – Submission of Flight Plan  Not to be submitted more than 120 hours before EOBT 3

4 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Chapter FPL messages  Transmit immediately after filing of flight plan  More than 24 hours in advance of EOBT, insert date of departure in Item – CHG messages  Provide relevant basic data when not previously received 4

5 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 2 - Insertion of ATS data  Constraints are documented in AIP  Item 7 – Aircraft Identification  Maximum 7 alphanumeric characters  No hyphens or symbols  Reference to nationality or common mark  Updated examples and references 5

6 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 2 - Insertion of ATS data  Item 8 – Flight Rules and Type of Flight  Use of I, V, Y and Z for flight rules is clarified  Item 15 for point or points at which change in flight rules is planned  No change to type of flight indicators  Status of flight indicated using STS indicators  Other reasons for special handling following RMK/ in Item 18  Item 10 – Equipment  Now for Capabilities also ; three elements:  Relevant serviceable equipment  Equipment and capabilities commensurate with crew  Authorization from appropriate authority 6

7 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 2 - Insertion of ATS data  Item 10 – serviceable COM/NAV/approach aid  GBAS and LPV  ACARS  J1 – J7 for CPDLC  P1 – P9 reserved for RCP  SATCOM  RVSM and MNPS  8.33 kHz  Alphanumeric characters not indicated are RESERVED  Additional information for certain indications is to be included in Item 18 7

8 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 2 - Insertion of ATS data  Item 10 – surveillance  Insert N if none, or if unserviceable  Maximum 20 characters  SSR Modes A and C specified  SSR Mode S more detailed  ADS-B  ADS-C  Alphanumeric characters not indicated are RESERVED  Additional application to be included in Item 18 following SUR/ 8

9 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 2 - Insertion of ATS data  Item 13– Departure aerodrome and time  Location indicator – from Doc 7910  ZZZZ with name and location in Item 18 – DEP/  ZZZZ with first point of route or marker beacon in Item 18  Followed by, with no spaces, EOBT  Item 15 – Route c) Route (including changes)  Mainly editorial changes  Speed and/or level  Removal of unnecessary reference to Doc 9613  Defining a significant point  Point where speed/level planned to commence 9

10 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 2 - Insertion of ATS data  Item 16 – Destination Aerodrome and Total Estimated Elapsed Time, Alternate Aerodromes  Clarified to refer to DESTINATION alternate aerodromes Destination Aerodrome  Location indicator – from Doc 7910  ZZZZ with name and location in Item 18 – DEST/  Editorial to clarify that total estimated elapsed time is last data in Item 16  Note clarifies that time ends at the termination point of the flight plan Destination Alternate Aerodrome(s)  Location indicator – from Doc 7910  ZZZZ with name and location in Item 18 – ALTN/ 10

11 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 2 - Insertion of ATS data  Item 18 – Other Information  Warning note added  No hyphens or / except as prescribed  In sequence – STS/, PBN/, NAV/, COM, DAT/, SUR/, DEP/, DEST/, DOF/, REG/, EET/, SEL/, TYP/, CODE/, DLE/, OPR/, ORGN/, PER/, ALTN/, RALT/, TALT/, RIF/ and RMK/ 11

12 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 2 - Insertion of ATS data  Item 18 – Other Information – STS/  Use only the indicators in the list – ALTRV, ATFMX, FFR, FLTCK, HAZMAT, HEAD, HOSP, HUM, MARSA, MEDEVAC, NONRVSM, SAR and STATE  Any other reason must be denoted under RMK/  Item 18 – Other Information – PBN/  Up to a maximum of 8 entries (16 characters)  Use only the alphanumeric combinations in the list 12

13 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 2 - Insertion of ATS data  Item 18 – Other Information – NAV/  As required by appropriate ATS authority  GNSS augmentation  Item 18 – Other Information – COM/  Applications or capabilities not specified in Item 10a  Item 18 – Other Information – DAT/  Applications or capabilities not specified in Item 10a  Item 18 – Other Information – SUR/  Applications or capabilities not specified in Item 10b 13

14 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 2 - Insertion of ATS data  Item 18 – Other Information – DEP/  ATS unit if AFIL is inserted in Item 13  If ZZZZ is inserted in Item 13  Detailed instructions on how to indicate location  Item 18 – Other Information – DEST/  If ZZZZ is inserted in Item 16  Indicate location same as for Departure Aerodrome  Item 18 – Other Information – DOF/  6 figures: YYMMDD 14

15 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 2 - Insertion of ATS data  Item 18 – Other Information – REG/  If different from the aircraft identification in Item 7  Item 18 – Other Information – EET/  Significant points or FIR boundary designators and accumulated EET from take-off to the points  On basis of regional air navigation agreements  Prescribed by the appropriate ATS authority  No spaces  Item 18 – Other Information – SEL/  If aircraft is equipped 15

16 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 2 - Insertion of ATS data  Item 18 – Other Information – TYP/  If ZZZZ inserted in Item 9  Type, then number of aircraft – no spaces  Separate each group of aircraft by single space  TYP/2F15 5F5 3B2  Item 18 – Other Information – CODE/  Aircraft address – alphanumerical code  When required by appropriate ATS authority 16

17 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 2 - Insertion of ATS data  Item 18 – Other Information – DLE/  Significant point(s) followed by length of delay - hhmm  Item 18 – Other Information – OPR/  If different from aircraft identification in Item 7  ICAO designator or name  Item 18 – Other Information – ORGN/  If originator of the flight plan may not be readily identified  Item 18 – Other Information – PER/  Single letter, as specified in Doc 8168  If prescribed by appropriate ATS authority 17

18 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 2 - Insertion of ATS data  Item 18 – Other Information – ALTN/  If ZZZZ inserted in Item 16 for alternate destination aerodrome(s)  Item 18 – Other Information – RALT/  Use Location Indicator(s)  Define location(s), if no indicators  Item 18 – Other Information – TALT/  Use Location Indicator(s)  Define location(s), if no indicators 18

19 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 2 - Insertion of ATS data  Item 18 – Other Information – RIF/  Revised route is subject to reclearance  Item 18 – Other Information – RMK/  Plain language  Required by appropriate ATS authority  Deemed necessary  Possible special codes – AIP or SUPPs 19

20 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 2 - Insertion of ATS data  SPL Message - Item 19  Symbols and data from unshaded areas of box 13 to be transmitted  RPL listing form – Item G  Along with name, appropriate contact details 20

21 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 3 - ATS Messages  Standard field types  Field 10 for equipment and capabilities  Data conventions – position  2 to 5 characters for coded identification  Significant point  Will be corrected to describe when degrees True may be used 21

22 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 3 - ATS Messages  Field Type 8  Meaning of flight rules indicators clarified, same as for Item 8 in the FPL  Field Type 10  Name changed – now for capabilities also  b is changed to become a variable length field  10a and 10b  Additions and changes, same as for Items 10a and 10b in the FPL  Amendment will be corrected to include the indicator N in 10b, to be consistent with Item 10b in FPL 22

23 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 3 - ATS Messages  Field Type 13  Reference added to Doc 7910  13a  Field terminated after 13a in CPL, EST, CDN and ACP.  Field terminated after 13a in RQP if EOBT not known  13b  EOBT for aerodrome in 13a in FPL, ARR, CHG, CNL, DLA and RQS messages  EOBT for aerodrome in 13a in RQP message, if known 23

24 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 3 - ATS Messages  Field Type 14  In 14a (Boundary Point) – significant point  Field Type 16  Refers to destination alternate aerodromes – same as Item 16 in FPL  Reference updated due to new page numbering  Table of “next field/symbol” updated  Table will be corrected to include RQP  16a  Reference added to Doc 7910  16c  Updated to refer to DESTINATION alternate aerodrome(s)  Reference added to Doc

25 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 3 - ATS Messages  Field Type 17  Reference added to Doc 7910  Field Type 18  Warning note added, same as for Item 18  No hyphens or / except as prescribed  Same indicators and rules for usages as specified for Item 18  Field Type 22  Updated table showing previous type of field in CHG  Standard ATS Messages and Their Composition  Table updated to include Field 18 in DLA, CHG, CNL, DEP, RQP and RQS messages 25

26 ICAO EUR/NAT Office Appendix 3 - ATS Messages  Examples of ATS messages  Examples updated, corrected and clarified 26

27 ICAO EUR/NAT Office New Questions/Issues Any questions or concerns may be forwarded to the EUR/NAT Office of ICAO: Carole Stewart-Green 27


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