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ICAO Flight Plan (definitions, codes & limitations).

Posted: 24 Jun 2016 00:00
by CaptainMFT
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Published by International Civil Aviation Organization.


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FLIGHT RULES:

I if IFR 
V if VFR 
Y if IFR 1st 
Z if VFR 1st 


TYPE OF FLIGHT:

S if scheduled air service 
N if non-scheduled transport operation 
G if general aviation 
M if military 
X if other than any of the defined categories (classes) above. 


WAKE TURBULENCE category (classes):

H — HEAVY, to show an airplane type with a maximum certificated take-off mass of 136,000kg or more; 
M — MEDIUM, to show an airplane type with a maximum certificated take-off mass of less than 136,000kg however over 7000 kg; 
L — LIGHT, to show an airplane type with a maximum certificated take-off mass of 7000 kg or less. 


EQUIPMENT: 

– Radio Communication, Navigation and Approach Aid equipment (instruments) 
A (Not allocated) 
B (Not allocated) 
C LORAN C 
D DME 
E (Not allocated) 
F ADF 
G (GNSS) 
H HF RTF 
I inertial navigation 
J (Data link) (see Note 3) 
K (MLS) 
L ILS 
M Omega 
O VOR 
P (Not allocated) 
Q (Not allocated) 
R RNP type certification (see Note 5) 
T TACAN 
U UHF RTF 
V VHF RTF 
W* *When prescribed by ATS 
X* 
Y* 
Z other equipment carried (See Note 2) 



Check this out ON TOP of this PAGE!!!
Doc 4444 
ATM/501 
Procedures for Air Navigation Services 
AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT 
This edition incorporates all amendments approved by the Council before 27 05 2008 and supersedes, on 15 11 2012, all previous editions of Doc 4444. 
Fifteenth Edition - 2007 




NOTE 1: standard equipment is taken into account to be VHF RTF, ADF, VOR and ILS, unless another combination is prescribed by the appropriate ATS authority. 
NOTE 2: If the letter Z is utilized, specify in Item 18 the other equipment carried, preceded by COM/ and/or NAV/, as appropriate. 
NOTE 3: If the letter J is utilized, specify in Item 18 the equipment carried, preceded by DAT/ followed by one or more letters as appropriate. 
NOTE 4: Info on navigation capability is provided to ATC for clearance and routing purposes. 
NOTE 5: Inclusion of R indicates that an airplane meets the RNP type prescribed for the route segment(s), route(s) and/or area involved. 

– Surveillance Equipment (instruments):
SSR equipment: 

N Nil 
A transponder — Mode A (4 digits — 4096 codes) 
C transponder — Mode A (4 digits — 4096 codes) and Mode C 
X transponder — Mode S without both airplane identification and pressure-altitude transmission 
P electrical device — Mode S, together with pressure-altitude transmission, however no airplane identification transmission 
I electrical device — Mode S, together with the airplane identification transmission, however no pressure-altitude transmission 
S electrical device — Mode S, together with both pressure-altitude and airplane identification transmission. 


ADS Equipment: 

D ADS capability 

OTHER info 

EET/ significant points or FIR boundary designators and accumulated estimated elapsed times to such points or FIR boundaries, when thus prescribed on the basis of regional air navigation agreements, or by the appropriate ATS authority. 

RIF/ The route details to the revised destination airfield, followed by the International Civil Aviation Organization four-letter location indicator of the airfield. The revised route is subject to re-clearance in flight. 

REG/ The registration markings of the airplane, if completely different from the airplane identification in Item seven (7). 

SEL/ SELCAL Code, if so prescribed by the appropriate ATS authority. 

OPR/ Name of the operator, if not obvious from the airplane identification in Item seven (7). 

STS/ Reason for special handling by ATS; e.g., hospital aircraft, one engine inoperative; e.g., STS/HOSP, STS/ONE ENG INOP. 

TYP/ Type(s) of airplane, preceded if necessary by number(s) of the airplane, if ZZZZ is inserted in Item nine (9). 

PER/ airplane performance data, if so prescribed by the appropriate ATS authority. 

COM/ important information related to communication equipment as required by the appropriate ATS authority; e.g., COM/UHF only. 

DAT/ important information associated with data link capability, using one or more of the letters S, H, V and M; e.g., DAT/S for satellite data link; DAT/H for HF data link; DAT/V for VHF data link; DAT/M for SSR Mode S data link. 

NAV/ significant data related to navigation equipment as required by the appropriate ATS authority. 

DEP/ Name of departure airfield, if ZZZZ is inserted in Item thirteen (13), or the International Civil Aviation Organization four letter location indicator of the location of the ATS unit from which supplementary flight plan data may be obtained, if AFIL is inserted in Item thirteen (13). 

DEST/ Name of destination airfield, if ZZZZ is inserted in Item sixteen (16). 

ALTN/ Name of destination alternate aerodrome(s), if ZZZZ is inserted in Item sixteen (16). 

RALT/ Name of en-route alternate aerodrome(s). 

CODE/ airplane address (expressed in the form of an alphanumerical code of six hexadecimal characters) when required by the appropriate ATS authority. 

RMK/ any other plain language remarks when needed by the appropriate ATS authority or deemed necessary. 



SUPPLEMENTARY INFO:
– Emergency and Survival equipment:

R/ (RADIO) 

CROSS OUT U if UHF on frequency 243.0 MHz isn't available. 
CROSS OUT V if VHF on frequency 121.5 MHz isn't available. 
CROSS OUT E if emergency locator transmitter (ELT) isn't available. 

S/ (SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT) 

CROSS OUT all indicators if survival equipment isn't carried. 
CROSS OUT P if polar survival equipment isn't carried 
CROSS OUT D if desert survival equipment isn't carried. 
CROSS OUT M if maritime survival equipment isn't carried. 
CROSS OUT J if jungle survival equipment isn't carried. 

J/ (JACKETS) 

CROSS OUT all indicators if life jackets aren't carried. 
CROSS OUT L if life jackets aren't equipped with lights. 
CROSS OUT F if life jackets aren't equipped with fluorescein. 
CROSS OUT U or V or both as in R/ above to indicate radio capability of jackets, if any. 

D/ (DINGHIES) 

CROSS OUT indicators D and C if no dinghies are carried, or 
(NUMBER) INSERT number of dinghies carried; and 
(CAPACITY) INSERT total capacity, in persons, of all dinghies carried; and 
(COVER) cross out indicator C if dinghies aren't covered; and 
(COLOUR) INSERT color of dinghies if carried. 

A/ (AIRCRAFT color AND MARKINGS) INSERT color of the airplane and significant markings. 

N/ (REMARKS) cross out indicator N if no remarks, or INDICATE the other survival equipment carried and any other remarks regarding survival equipment. 

C/ (PILOT) INSERT name of pilot-in-command.
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Good luck,
CaptainMFT.