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1

What 5 sections does Air Navigation Service include?

ATM

CNS

MET

SAR

AIS

2

Why do we need ATS?

Depends on:
1. Type of Traffic
2. Density of Traffic
3. MET conditions
4. Other factors

3

What are the types of ATS?

Air traffic control service

Air traffic advisory service

Flight information service

Alerting service

4

What are the objectives of ATS?

Prevent collisions between a/c

Prevent collisions between a/c on manoeuvring area and obstructions.

Expedite and maintain an orderly flow of traffic.

Provide advice and info useful for safe conduct of flight.

Notify appropriate organisations of a/c in need of SAR and assist those organisations as required.

5

Why do we provide an Air Traffic Control Service?

To prevent collisions between A/c

To prevent collisions on manoeuvring area between a/c and obstructions

To expedite and maintain an orderly flow of traffic

6

Who is an Air Traffic control service provides too?

All IFR class A-E

All VFR class B, C and D

All SVFR

All aerodrome traffic and controlled aerodrome.

7

What does an Air Traffic Advisory Service involve and when is it provided?

Involves ensuring separation as far as practical between A/C operating IFR flight plans.

Provided within Advisory Airspace/Routes (ADR)

8

What is a Flight Information Service?

Supply information for safe and efficient conduct of flight.

Includes Weather info, serviceability of facilities, aerodrome conditions etc

Automatically provided within ATCS

9

What is an alerting service?

Notifying the appropriate organisations about A/C in need of SAR and assisting those organisations as required.

10

Which classes of airspace are controlled?

Class A to E

11

What classes are uncontrolled?

F - Advisory

G - Other

12

What airspace is this:

IFR require clearance to enter and they must comply with ATC.
VFR encourages to contact ATC and comply.

Class E

13

What separation is required in class D?

IFR must be separated from IFR

IFR are passed traffic info on VFR

VFR are passed traffic info on IFR and VFR

14

What separation is required in class E?

IFR separated from IFR

IFR traffic info on VFR - avoidance if requested

Participating VFR given traffic info on IFR and all VFR

15

What service is provided in class F
And what separation is required.

Advisory service to participating flights.

IFR expected to comply

IFR flight planned A/C are separated as far as possible from other IFR.

No separation provided to VFR

16

Who is separated in class C

IFR separated from IFR and VFR

VFR separates form IFR but traffic info on VFR

17

Who is not permitted in Class A?

VFR.

Sailplanes (gliders) allowed

18

What service is provided in class G?

Flight Information Service.