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Guidance concerning Air Navigation in and above the NAT MNPSA

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  • d)

    Oceanic exit point (only required by the Shanwick, New York and Santa Maria OACCs);

  • e)

    First domestic reporting point after the ocean exit

Note: Each point at which either a change in speed and/or level is requested must be specified and followed in each case by the next significant point.

Requirements for Flight Plans on Organised Track System (OTS) South of 070N Insert speed in terms of Mach number at commencement point of OTS. Insert flight level requested at commencement point of OTS.

Insert the abbreviation “NAT” followed, without a space, by the code letter assigned to the track if, and only if, the flight is planned to operate along the whole length of one of the organised tracks as detailed in the NAT track message.

Notes:

  • -

    Flights wishing to join or leave an organised track, or change from one organised track to another, at some intermediate point are considered to be random route aircraft and full details must be specified in the flight plan. The track letter should not be used to abbreviate any portion of the route in these circumstances.

  • -

    Each point at which either a change in speed and/or level is requested must be specified as geographical co-ordinates in latitude and longitude, or as a named waypoint.

Requirements for Flight Plans on Random Route Segments North of 070N As above, except that:

Significant points shall be expressed in terms of meridians spaced at intervals of 20 degrees from the Greenwich meridian to longitude 060W (e.g. 000W, 020W, 040W, 060W);

Requirements for Flight Plans Predominantly North/South or South/North Insert speed in terms of Mach number for turbo-jet aircraft, and TAS in knots for all other aircraft.

The speed is to be specified at either the last domestic reporting point prior to ocean entry or the oceanic entry point.

Insert the flight level for ocean entry, specified at either the last domestic reporting point prior to ocean entry or the oceanic entry point.

Insert the route of the flight described in terms of the following significant points:

  • i)

    Last domestic reporting point prior to ocean entry;

  • ii)

    Oceanic entry point (only required by the Shanwick, New York and Santa Maria OACCs);

  • iii)

    Significant points formed by the intersection of whole degrees of longitude with specified parallels of latitude which are spaced at 5 degree intervals from 20N to 90N;

  • iv)

    Oceanic exit point (only required by the Shanwick, New York and Santa Maria OACCs)

  • v)

    First domestic reporting point after ocean exit.

Note: Each point at which either a change in speed and/or level is requested must be specified and followed in each case by the next significant point.

NAT Doc 007

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Edition 2010

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