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Guidance concerning Air Navigation in and above the NAT MNPSA

ATTACHMENT 4

3.7

Field 10: Equipment

Radio Communication, Navigation and Approach Equipment Preceding the oblique stroke insert one or more of the following letters as appropriate:

N

if no COM/NAV/Approach aid equipment for the route to be flown is carried, or if the equipment is unserviceable;

OR

S

if the prescribed COM/NAV/Approach aid equipment for the route to be flown is carried and is serviceable;

AND/OR

D

DME;

F

ADF;

G

GNSS;

H

HF RTF;

I

Inertial Navigation;

J

Data Link (see note i);

K

MLS;

L

ILS;

O

VOR;

R

RNP type certification;

T

TACAN;

U

UHF RTF;

V

VHF RTF;

W

RVSM certified;

X

MNPS certified;

Y

Radio with 8.33 kHz spacing;

Z

Other equipment carried (see note ii).

Notes:

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    The definition of “prescribed equipment” allowing the use of the letter “S” (“standard”) is the carriage of the equipment represented by the letters “V”, “F”, “O” and “L”.

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    If the letter “J” is used, specify the equipment carried in Item 18 with DAT/ followed by one or more of the following letters:

H

HF;

M

Mode S;

S

Satellite;

V

VHF.

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    If the letter “Z” is used, specify the other equipment carried in field 18, preceded by COM/ and/or NAV/ as appropriate.

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    If an aircraft is suitably equipped, the letters “W” and “X” must be included, even if the FPL is for a flight which does not penetrate RVSM and/or MNPS airspace.

NAT Doc 007

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Edition 2010

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