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Guidance concerning Air Navigation in and above the NAT MNPSA

Direct Action by ATS Provider States and the NAT CMA in the Monitoring Process ................................... 65 Monitoring of Gross Navigation Errors........................................................................................................... 66

    • 10.3

      MONITORING OF HEIGHT-KEEPING PERFORMANCE ............................................................................................66 Monitoring of Operational Height-keeping Performance ................................................................................ 67 Monitoring of Technical Height-keeping Performance ................................................................................... 67

    • 10.4

      MONITORING OF ACAS II PERFORMANCE ...............................................................................................................67

    • 10.5

      OVERALL NAVIGATION (AND SYSTEMS) PERFORMANCE ..................................................................................67

    • 10.6

      TACTICAL MONITORING OF MNPS AND RVSM APPROVALS...............................................................................68

    • 10.7

      OPERATIONAL ERROR REPORTING AND CENTRAL MONITORING AGENCY (CMA) ACTIVITIES ...............68 Background ...................................................................................................................................................... 68 Responsibilities ................................................................................................................................................ 68 Follow-up Action on Observed and Reported GNEs....................................................................................... 68 Further Follow-up Action by the Operator and/or State of Registry ............................................................... 69 Follow-up Action on Observed and Reported Altitude Deviations ................................................................. 69 Other Reports to the CMA............................................................................................................................... 70

CHAPTER 11:

PROCEDURES IN THE EVENT OF NAVIGATION SYSTEM DEGRADATION OR

FAILURE ...................................................................................................................................... 71

    • 11.1

      GENERAL..........................................................................................................................................................................71 Detection of Failures........................................................................................................................................ 71 Methods of Determining which System is Faulty............................................................................................ 71 Action if the Faulty System Cannot be Identified............................................................................................ 72 Guidance on What Constitutes a Failed System .............................................................................................. 72 Inertial System Failures ................................................................................................................................... 72 GPS Failures .................................................................................................................................................... 72 Satellite Fault Detection Outage ................................................................................................................... 73 Fault Detection Alert..................................................................................................................................... 73

    • 11.2

      LOSS OF NAVIGATION/FMS CAPABILITY.................................................................................................................73 One System Fails Before Take-Off.................................................................................................................. 73 One System Fails Before the OCA Boundary is Reached ............................................................................... 74 One System Fails After the OCA Boundary is Crossed................................................................................... 74 The Remaining System Fails After Entering MNPS Airspace ........................................................................ 75 Complete Failure of Navigation Systems Computers...................................................................................... 75

CHAPTER 12:

SPECIAL PROCEDURES FOR IN-FLIGHT CONTINGENCIES ........................................ 77

12.1 12.2 12.3

12.4 12.5 12.6

INTRODUCTION .................................................. GENERAL PROCEDURES................................... SPECIAL PROCEDURES ..................................... Initial Action................................................... Subsequent Action .......................................... DEVIATIONS AROUND SEVERE WEATHER .. WAKE TURBULENCE ......................................... ACAS/TCAS ALERTS AND WARNINGS........... Possible traffic alerts resulting from ATC use

............................................................................................................77 ............................................................................................................77 ............................................................................................................78 ................................................................................................. 78 ................................................................................................. 78 ............................................................................................................79 ............................................................................................................79 ............................................................................................................80 of the 5 minutes GNSS climb/descent through procedure...... 80

CHAPTER 13:

CHECK LISTS FOR PILOTS OPERATING IN NAT MNPS AIRSPACE ......

    • 13.1

      INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................................

    • 13.2

      SPECIAL NAT MNPSA ITEMS ...............................................................................................................

    • 13.3

      SAMPLE NAT MNPS CHECK LIST........................................................................................................

..................... 82 ........................82 ........................82 ........................83

14.1 14.2 14.3

INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................................... OPERATIONAL HEIGHT ERRORS ........................................................................................................ LATERAL NAVIGATION ERRORS........................................................................................................

14.4

More Common Causes Of Lateral Navigation Errors................................................................. Rare Causes Of Lateral Navigation Errors ................................................................................. LESSONS TO BE LEARNED ...................................................................................................................

CHAPTER 14:

GUARDING AGAINST COMPLACENCY .........................................................

..................... 84 ........................84 ........................84 ........................86

..................... 86

..................... 87 ........................87

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