Annex 15 Tenth Edition Corrigendum No. 2 English/Arabic/Russian 1 81410 1 INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS AND RECOMMENDED PRACTICES AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION SERVICES ANNEX 15 TO THE CONVENTION ON INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION TENTH EDITION - JULY 1997 CORRIGENDUM NO. 2 1. Please replace existing page 30, dated 611 1/97, by the attached new page bearing the notation "Corr 2". 2. Record the entry of this corrigendum on page ii.
Appendix 1 Annex 15 - Aeronautical Information Services 3 reporting procedures including in-flight procedures and 4 purpose of reporting and handling of the form. ENR 2. AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES AIRSPACE ENR 2.1 FIR, UIR, TMA Detailed description of flight information regions FIR, upper flight information regions UIR, and terminal control areas TMA, including 1 name, geographical coordinates in degrees and minutes of the FIRIUIR lateral limits and in degrees, minutes and seconds of the TMA lateral limits, vertical limits and class of airspace 2 identification of unit providing the service 3 call sign of aeronautical station serving the unit and languages used, specifying the area and conditions, when and where to be used, if applicable 4 frequencies supplemented by indications for specific purposes and 5 remarks. Control zones around military air bases not otherwise described in the AIP must be included in this subsection. Where the requirements of Annex 2 concerning flight plans, two-way communications and position reporting apply to all flights in order to eliminate or reduce the need for inter- ceptions and/or where the possibility of interception exists and the maintenance of guard on the VHF emergency channel 121.5 MHZ is required, a statement to this effect must be included for the relevant areas or portions thereof. A description of designated areas over which the camage of an emergency locator transmitter ELT is required and where aircraft shall continuously guard the VHF emergency frequency 121.5 Mhz, except for those periods when aircraft are carrying out communications on other VHF channels or when airborne equipment limitations or cockpit duties do not permit simultaneous guarding of two channels. Note.- Other types of airspace around civil aerodromes/ heliports such as control zones and aerodrome traflc zones are described in the relevant aerodrome or heliport section. ENR 2.2 Other regulated airspace Where established, a detailed description of other types of the regulated airspace and airspace classification. ENR 3. ATS ROUTES Note 1.- Bearings, tracks and radials are normally mag- netic. In areas of high latitude, where it is determined by the appropriate authority that reference to Magnetic North is impractical, another suitable reference, i.e. True North or Grid North, may be used. Note 2.- Change-over points established at the midpoint between two radio navigation aids, or at the intersection of the two radials in the case of a route which changes direction between the navigation aids, need not be shown for each route segment ifa general statement regarding their existence is made. ENR 3.1 Lower ATS routes Detailed description of lower ATS routes, including 1 route designator, required navigation performance RNP types applicable to a specified segments, names, coded designators or name-codes and the geographical coordi- nates in degrees, minutes and seconds of all significant points defining the route including "compulsory" or "on-request" reporting points 2 tracks or VOR radials to the nearest degree, geodesic distance to the nearest tenth of a kilometre or tenth of a nautical mile between each successive designated significant point and, in the case of VOR radials, change- over points 3 upper and lower limits or, minimum flight altitudes to the nearest higher 50 m or 100 ft and airspace classification 4 lateral limits 5 direction of cruising levels and 6 remarks, including an indication of the controlling unit and its operating frequency. Note.- In relation to Annex 11, Appendix 1, and forjight planning purposes, the speced RNP type is not considered to be an integral part of the route designator. ENR 3.2 Upper ATS routes Detailed description of upper ATS routes, including 1 route designator, required navigation performance RNP types applicable to a specified segments, names, coded designators or name-codes and the geographical coordi- nates in degrees, minutes and seconds of all significant points defining the route including "compulsory" or "on-request" reporting points
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