If you wish to contribute or participate in the discussions about articles you are invited to join SKYbrary as a registered user. Traffic information is information issued by an air traffic services unit to alert a pilot of other known or observed air traffic which may be in proximity to the position or intended route of flight and to help the pilot avoid a collision. Controllers may provide traffic information to pilots or request pilots to pass the information to the other crews. Pilots may also request traffic information. In controlled airspace some flights may not be provided with air traffic clearances but they must receive traffic information from ATC. Further information about the type of air traffic services provided in the different classes of airspace is available in the Classification of Airspace article.

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The five parts proposal that such a manual be developed. This part deals primarily with matters pertaining to the concept and continued 2. This part 2. This part deals with matters cerning important aspects of ATS planning which had not concerning the organization and administration of ATS been covered until now. Such new material has, for the in general, including personnel matters, and the greater part, been extracted from various sources; management of ATS units.

This part presents that the material was of general interest and that its definitions of ATS terms and commonly used abbrevi- application was not limited to specific circumstances only. It also contains a quick reference index to facilitate locating specific 2. As a consequence, derived from guidance material previously contained in provisions contained in these documents are not reiterated Annex 11 and the PANS-RAC, much of the material was, in this manual but, where found useful, have been however, updated in the light of the latest experience expanded to indicate their most practical application.

New material, covering aspects which. However, in so doing, and also when determining the scope and extent of the 3. From the beginning it was, therefore, clear that ization, to the greatest extent possible, of planning the only way to render the manual of optimum use was to activities on a regional scale, thus facilitating the prepare a provisional edition and make it available to its development and updating of regional air navigation plans.

Hence, the issue of this manual in the form of a provisional edition 4. Suggestions and recommendations should, in all by those for whom this manual is intended, so that the next cases, be made by addressing appropriate comments to the edition, which is planned to be issued as soon as the Regional Office which is accredited to the State concerned.

States and international organizations are therefore will be issued by ICAO in the form most convenient for its encouraged to forward their comments as early as insertion in the manual. Page Page. PART I. Types of Service I General.

I I 2. Factors Affecting Planning.. I-l-l-l service. I 1. I-l-l-l 2. I-l-l-2 service. I-l-l-2 2. I-l-l-3 service. I I. I-l-l-3 2. I-l-l-4 by aircraft and related operating I. I General I-l-l-4 procedures. I-l-l-4 2. I-l-l-5 2. I-l-l-6 2. I 2. I Appendix A. Typical ATS planning organization I-l-l-7 Appendix A. Flight information service combined with other services. Appendix B. Establishment and Maintenance of message. I the ATS Plan I-ll message.

I I3 2. I-ll 2. I-ll Appendix D. Contents of the ATIS message. I I5 2. I- I Appendix E. Traffic information broadcasts 2. I- I by aircraft and related operating procedures. I I9 Appendix A. The development of an ATS plan I- I Chapter 3. Airspace Organization I I 3. I Chapter 1. Need for Air Traffk Services.. I 3. I I-2 3. I I-2 1. I l-3 Appendix A. Illustrations of types of I. I I-4 airspace configurafions. Chapter 4.

ATS Routes I Appendix C. The reduction of air-ground communications. I 4. I I 4. I I Appendix D. Presentation of detailed 4. I statements by States of new or changed ATS 4. I requirements for air-ground communication channels Material relating to the establishment of standard departure Chapter 9. Advanced ATS Systems.. I and arrival routes and associated 9. I Introduction. I I procedures I 9.

I I Chapter 5. Alignment of ATS Routes I 5. I I 9. I Chapter Information From Other 5. I seas I I I o- I Appendix A. Protection values for VOR-


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