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ATS Surveillance Service
Tags: ICAO, International
ATS Surveillance Service is an Aviation Term defined as: A service provided directly by means of an ATS surveillance system (ICAO).


Message Handling System (AMHS) also known as Aeronautical Message Handling System is a standard for aeronautical ground-ground communications (e.g. for the transmission of NOTAM, Flight Plans or Meteorological Data) based on X.400 profiles.

ATS
Air Traffic Services
ATSP
Air Traffic Service Provider
ATTIDUDE HEADING REFERENCE SYSTEM(AHRS) ...

Route [ICAO]- A specified route designed for channelling the flow of traffic as necessary for the provision of air traffic services.

ATS: Air Transport Squadron
Attitude: Aspect of aircraft's angle.
Attrition: Permanent loss of a/c to all operational or defined causes.
Auger (in): Slang for crashing an aircraft, sometimes referring to death.

supply information received on pre-eruption volcanic activity, a volcanic eruption and volcanic ash cloud for which a SIGMET has not already been issued, to its associated ACC/FIC, as agreed between the meteorological and authorities concerned, ...

A term used to request ATS priority handling for a medical evacuation flight based on a medical emergency in the transport of patients, organ donors, organs, or other urgently needed life-saving medical material.

Bird strikes cost a lot of money every year, thus it is important that the unit, airport operator and even the CAA knows about them to take measures to avoid these and reduce the danger.

AC65-7.6 Subject No 108 - Area Control Auto Dependence Surveillance Rating
This ATS syllabus has been reviewed, and is open for comment, closing
30 Nov 2012.

ATF Aerodrome Traffic Frequency - VHF frequency designated for use in the vicinity of certain specified uncontrolled airports
ATIS - Automated Terminal Information Service
- Air Traffic Services
AWIS - Aviation Weather Information Service ...

See also: See also: Flight, Aviation, Navigation, Aircraft, Pilot

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