Pursuant to the provision of article 37 of the Convention on International Civil Aviation Chicago , each contracting state is committed to provide Aeronautical Information Service. The aeronautical data, so published, is immensely utilized by Aviation Services Providers as the aeronautical data has grown sensitive and earned more significant importance with technological developments with regard to sophisticated computer based air navigation systems, such as Flight Management System FMS. I am sure that all the users of this manual including AAI personnel engaged in the provision of Aeronautical Information Services will be benefited. The provision of aeronautical information is essential for the safety, regularity and efficiency of air navigation. This manual shall not be reproduced or copied in part or full in anyway by any other organization except AAI.
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Oxford Book and Stationery Co. Landover Company, P. Aviaizdat, 48, 1. Avex Air Training pty Ltd. Airplan Flight Equipment Ltd. Monthly supplements announce new publications and audio-visual training aids, amendments, supplements, reprints, etc. Attention: Document Sales Unit 3. The space below is provided to keep a record of such amendments. An aeronautical information service AIS is required to collect and distribute information needed to ensure the safety, regularity and efficiency of air navigation.
Such information, which includes the availability of air navigation facilities and services and the procedures associated with them, must be provided to flight operations personnel, as well as the air traffic services unit responsible for flight informatian service and the services responsible for pre-flight information.
It should be read in conjunction with the latest editions of the following related ICAO documents: The effective functioning of an AIS is dependent upon the cooperative effort of all aeronautical services, such as communications, aerodromes and air traffic services, since the raw information must be originated by such services. It is, therefore, incumbent upon the national aviation authority to ensure that all the required information is supplied to the AIS as promptly as possible.
Chapter 1 1. Purpose of an aeronautical information service AIS Information handled by an AIS Quality system Human Factors considerations Use of automation Copyright and cost recovery Chapter 2 2.
Assignment of responsibility for origination of raw data. Basic information. Information of a temporary nature and of short duration Working arrangements. Modes of communication. Organization of an aeronautical Chapter 3 information service AIS 3. Status of an AIS within the aviation administration Arrangements for exchange of aeronautical information with other States Basic reference material Publications of ICA0 and other international organizations Integrated Aeronautical Information Chapter 4 Package 4.
Elements of the Integrated Aeronautical Information Package Content and format Specimen AIP and explanatory notes Compiling and editing Notification of differences 5. Appendix B. Appendix C. Guidance on the use of the AFS Annual review and checklist. Chapter 8. Pre-flight and post-flight information Location of an AIS unit.
Layout of an AIS unit. Coverage zone Detailed information to be held for each coverage zone. Verbal briefing Post-flight information. Chapter 9 Organization of an automated aeronautical information services system 9. Basic principles Type of information to be provided Database contents.
Concept for an integrated automated AIS system Planning for and implementation of an integrated automated AIS system. AFS addressing Common AIS query procedures for self-briefing by end-users Common query messages for Appendix A Use of automation in the compilation.
Chapter 10 Preparation of original copy. Preparation of copy. Selection of method. Maintenance of distribution list. Sale of AIS documentation. For example, the operator must know the regulations concerning entry into and transit of the airspace of each State in which operations will be carried out, as well as what aerodromes, heliports, navigation aids, meteorological services, communication services and air traffic services are available and the procedures and regulations associated with them.
The operator must also be informed, often on very short notice, of any change affecting the operation of these facilities and services and must know of any airspace restrictions or hazards likely to affect flights. While this information can nearly always be provided before take-off, it must in some instances be provided during flight.
This is the basic responsibility. A State could also: a make arrangements with one or more Contracting States for the provision of a joint AIS; or b delegate the authority for the provision of aeronautical information services to a nongovernmental agency, provided that the Standards and Recommenced Practices of Annex 15 are met.
When the aeronautical information is published on behalf of a State it must be clearly indicated that it is published under the authority of that State.
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