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REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA

DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION DIRECTORATE OF AIR NAVIGATION SUB DIRECTORATE MANAGEMENT OF AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No. 8 Gedung Karya Lt. 7 Jakarta 10110 or P.O.Box 3109/JKT, Jakarta 10000 Email :aim@dephub.go.id, ais_indonesia@indo.net.id
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Phone/ Fax : 62 21 3507603 Telegraphic Address

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IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW ICAO FLIGHT PLAN FORM WITHIN JAKARTA FIR AND UJUNG PANDANG FIR

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INTRODUCTION This AIC publication is intended to supersede the previous AIC publication number 01/12 dated 12 January 2012 subject to Changes to the ICAO model flight plan form and ATS messages, and to take action on transition period by entering phase 3 as an airspace users testing and implementation. The Asia/Pacific Guidance Material for the Implementation of Amendment 1 to the 15th Edition of the Procedures for Air Navigation Services Air Traffic Management (PANS-ATM, Doc 4444) is updated Version 5 dated 29 June 2012 is used as further more detail reference

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DEFINITIONS PRESENT format is defined as ICAO flight plan and ATS messages format currently in use as specified in DOC 4444, 15th Edition. NEW format is defined as ICAO flight plan and ATS messages format specified in Amendment 1 to DOC 4444, 15th Edition.

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FLIGHT PLAN SUBMISSION Flight plans cannot be submitted more than 24 hours prior to the Estimated Off Block Time (EOBT) of the flight. Flight plans submitted via AFTN will be accepted in either PRESENT format or NEW format from 0000 UTC 15 October 2012 until 0000 UTC 12 November 2012 NEW Format will be implemented from 0000 UTC 15 November 2012. Modifications to a NEW format flight plan must refer to the Date of Flight (DOF) indicated in Item 18 of the flight plan to ensure that the correct flight plan is modified. Where DOF has not been filed in a flight plan, a DOF identifier 0 must be included in subsequent message type: CHG, CNL, DLA, DEP, RQS, RQP

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FURTHER INFORMATION Since the date of implementation mentioned on para 5.1 above, the subject related on procedures determined by Advisory Circular (AC) 170-02 are revised accordingly. For further information on the following contacts may be used : a. DGCA : 1. 2. DINNI NOERDIANI ZAINAL ARIFIN HARAHAP aim@dephub.go.id sekertariat.fpl@gmail.com +62 21 3507603; +62 81280111551 TEGUH HARNOMO teguh.harnomo@angkasapura2.co.id; t_harnomo@yahoo.com +62-81281700310 BUDIONO RICHWAN budiono_richwan@angkasapura2.co.id; +62 21 5506111; +62 81513417034
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Ujung Pandang FIR :

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RIZA FAHMI riza.fahmi@angkasapura1.co.id; r_fahmi@yahoo.com +62216541961 (ext 2311); +62 811411071 BAMBANG RIANTO bambang.rianto@angkasapura1.co.id; brats111@yahoo.co.id +624114813210; +62 81355139111

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CHANGES TO CONTENT AND FORMAT OF ICAO FLIGHT PLAN FORM

Significant changes made to specific flight plan items are as follows: Item 7 Aircraft Identification The aircraft identification not exceeding 7 alphanumeric characters and must not include hyphens or symbols.

Item 8 Flight Rules and Type of Flight


I Entire flight operated under IFR V Entire flight operated under VFR Y Flight initially operated under IFR Z Flight initially operated under VFR Point or points at which a change of flight rules is planned specify in Item 15 Item 10 Equipment and Capabilities This item is extensively modified with: deletions of qualifiers; insertions of qualifiers; introduction of alphanumeric qualifiers that reflect enhancements to operational capabilities in ground-based and satellite-based navigation and surveillance equipment. The new qualifiers cover equipment for Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B), Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Contract (ADS-C), and Controller Pilot Data Link Communication - Future Air Navigation System (CPDLC-FANS); and increase in field size.
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It is important to note that Item 10 now also indicates capabilities which consists of three elements: presence of relevant serviceable equipment on board the aircraft; equipment and capabilities commensurate with crew qualifications; and authorization from the appropriate authority, where applicable.

Item 10a 10a N S A B C D E PRESENT Nil COM/NAV/APP aid equip VHF RTF, ADF, VOR & ILS Not Allocated Not Allocated LORAN C DME Not Allocated NEW Nil COM/NAV/APP aid equip (Nil Change) VHF RTF, VOR, ILS (no ADF *APR 2012) GBAS Landing System LPV (APV with SBAS LORAN C (Nil Change) DME (Nil Change) E1 = FMC WPR ACARS E2 = D-FIS ACARS E3 = PDC ACARS ADF (Nil Change) GNSS Note: type of external GNSS augmentation to be specified in NAV/ HF RTF (Nil Change) Internal Navigation (Nil Change) J1 = CPDLC ATN VDL Mode 2 J2 = CPDLC FANS 1/A HFDL J3 = CPDLC FANS 1/A VDL Mode A J4 = CPDLC FANS 1/A VDL Mode 2 J5 = CPDLC FANS 1/A SATCOM (INMARSAT) J6 = CPDLC FANS 1/A SATCOM (MTRSAT) J7 = CPDLC FANS 1/A SATCOM (Iridium) MLS (Nil Change)
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F G

ADF GNSS

H I J

HF RTF Internal Navigation Data Link Note modified: See RTCA/ EUROCAE Interoperability requirements for ATN baseline

MLS

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L M

ILS Omega

O P Q R

VOR Not Allocated Not Allocated RNP type certification

T U V W X Y Z

TACAN UHF RTF VHF RTF When prescribed by ATS When prescribed by ATS When prescribed by ATS Other equipment carried +

ILS (Nil Change) M1 = ATC RTF SATCOM (INMARSAT) M2 = ATC RTF (MTSAT) M3 = ATC RTF (Iridium) VOR (Nil Change) P1 P9 (Reserved for RCP to be developed) Removed PBN approved Note: PBN levels must be specified in PBN/ within F18 . Refer Doc. 9613 TACAN (Nil Change) UHF RTF (Nil Change) VHF RTF (Nil Change) RVSM approved MNPS approved VHF with 8.33 channel spacing capability Other equipment carried or other capability Note modified: Equipment or capabilities that are not specified in Item 10 must be specified in Item 18 preceded by COM/, NAV/, or DAT/

Item 10b Insert one or of the following descriptors, to a maximum of 20 characters, to describe the serviceable surveillance equipment and/or capabilities on board: 10b N PRESENT Nil surveillance equipment NEW No surveillance equipment is carried for the route to be flown, or is unserviceable Mode A transponder 4 digits (4096 codes) (Nil Change) Mode C transponder - Mode A and Mode C (Nil Change) Mode S transponder with aircraft ID,
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A C E

Mode A transponder - 4 digits (4096 codes) Mode C transponder - Mode A and Mode C Does not exist

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Does not exist

Mode S transponder with aircraft ID but no pressure alt transmission Does not exist

pressure altitude and extended squitter (ADS-B) capability Mode S transponder with aircraft ID, pressure altitude and enhanced surveillance capability Mode S transponder with aircraft ID, but no pressure altitude capability Mode S with aircraft ID, pressure altitude, extended squitter (ADS-B) and enhanced surveillance capability Mode S transponder with pressure altitude but no aircraft ID capability (Minor Change) Mode S transponder including both pressure altitude and aircraft ID capability (Minor Change) Mode S transponder with neither aircraft ID nor pressure altitude capability (Minor Change) Removed Expanded specifically as follows: ADS-B with dedicated 1090 MHz ADS-B out capability ADS-B with dedicated 1090 MHz ADS-B out and in capability ADS-B out capability using UAT ADS-B out and in capability using UAT ADS-B out capability using VDL Mode 4 ADS-B out and in capability using VDL Mode 4 ADS-C with FANS 1/A capabilities ADS-C with ATN capabilities

D B1 B2 U1 U2 V1 V2 D1 G1

Mode S transponder with pressure altitude but no aircraft ID transmission Mode S transponder including both pressure altitude and aircraft ID transmission Mode S transponder with neither aircraft ID and pressure altitude transmission ADS capability Does not exist Does not exist Does not exist Does not exist Does not exist Does not exist Does not exist Does not exist

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Item 13 Departure Aerodrome If no location indicator has ben assigned, insert ZZZZ and specify in Item 18, the name and location of the aerodrome preceded by DEP/ or the first point of the route or the marker radio beacon preceded by DEP/..., if the aircraft has not taken off from the aerodrome or if the flight plan is received from an aircraft in flight. Item 15 Route Significant point (2 to 11 characters) The coded designator (2 to 5 characters) assigned to the point or, if no coded designator has been assigned, one of the following ways: Degrees only (7 characters): 2 figures describing latitude in degrees, followed by N (North) or S (South), followed by 3 figures describing longitude in degrees, followed by E (East) or W (West). Make up the correct number of figures, where necessary, by insertion of zeros, e.g. 46N078W. Degrees and minutes (11 characters): 4 figures describing latitude in degrees and tens and units of minutes followed by N (North) or S (South), followed by 5 figures describing longitude in degrees and tens and units of minutes, followed by E (East) or W (West). Make up the correct number of figures, where necessary, by insertion of zeros, e.g. 4620N07805W. Bearing and distance from significant point: The identificationof the significant point followed by the bearing fromthe point in theform of 3 figures giving degrees magnetic, followed by the distance from the point in the form of 3 figures expressing nautical miles. In areas of high latitude where it is determined by the appropriate authority that reference to degrees magnetic is impractical, degrees true may be used.

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Item 18 Other Information Note. Use of indicators not included under this item may result in data being rejected, processed incorrectly or lost. Insert 0 (zero) if no other information, or any other necessary information in sequence shown hereunder, in the form of the appropriate indicator selected from those defined hereunder followed by an oblique stroke and the information to be recorded: Indicators: STS/ Reason for special handling by ATS, e.g. a search and rescue mission, as follows: : for a flight operated in accordance with an altitude reservation; ATFMX : for a flight approved for exemption from ATFM measures by the appropriate ATS authority; FFR : fire-fighting; FLTCK : flight check for calibration of navigation aids; HAZMAT : for a flight carrying hazardous material; HEAD : a flight with Head of State status; HOSP : for a medical flight declared by medical authorities; HUM : for a flight operating on a humanitarian mission; MARSA : for a flight for which a military entity assumes responsibility for separation of military aircraft; MEDEVAC : for a life critical medical emergency evacuation; NONRVSM : for a non-RVSM capable flight intending to operate in RVSM airspace; SAR : for a flight engaged in a search and rescue mission; and STATE : for a flight engaged in military, customs or police services. Other reasons for special handling by ATS shall be denoted under the designator RMK/.
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PBN/

Indication of RNAV and/or RNP capabilities. Include as many of the descriptors below, as apply to the flight, up to a maximum of 8 entries, i.e. a total of not more than 16 characters. RNAV SPECIFICATIONS A1 RNAV 10 (RNP 10) B1 RNAV 5 all permitted sensors RNAV 5 GNSS RNAV 5 DME/DME RNAV 5 VOR/DME RNAV 5 INS or IRS RNAV 5 LORANC RNAV 2 all permitted sensors RNAV 2 GNSS RNAV 2 DME/DME RNAV 2 DME/DME/IRU RNAV 1 all permitted sensors RNAV 1 GNSS RNAV 1 DME/DME RNAV 1 DME/DME/IRU RNP SPECIFICATIONS L1 O1 O2 O3 O4 S1 S2 TI T2 RNP 4 Basic RNP 1 all permitted sensors Basic RNP 1 GNSS Basic RNP 1 DME/DME Basic RNP 1 DME/DME/IRU RNP APCH RNP APCH with BARO-VNAV RNP AR APCH with RF (special authorization required) RNP AR APCH without RF (special authorization required)
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A1 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 C1 C2 C3 C4 D1 D2 D3 D4

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NAV/

Significant data related to navigation equipment, other than specified in PBN/, as required by the appropriate ATS authority. Indicate GNSS augmentation under this indicator, with a space between two or more methods of augmentation, e.g. NAV/GBAS SBAS. Indicate communications applications or capabilities not specified in Item 10a. Indicate data applications or capabilities not specified in 10a. Include surveillance applications or capabilities not specified in Item 10b. For aerodrome not listed in the relevant Aeronautical Information Publication, indicate location with 4 figures describing latitude indegrees and tens and units of minutes followed by N (North) or S(South), followed by 5 figuresdescribing longitude in degrees andtens and units of minutes, followed by E (East) or W (West) or identification of thesignificant point followed by the bearingfrom the point in the form of 3 figures givingdegrees magnetic, followed by the distance from the point in the form of 3 figures expresingnautical miles. In areas of high latitude where it is determined by the appropriate authirity that reference to degrees magnetic is impractical, degrees true may be used. For aerodrome not listed in the relevant Aeronautical Information Publication, indicate location with 4 figures describing latitude indegrees and tens and units of minutes followed by N (North) or S(South), followed by 5 figuresdescribing longitude in degrees andtens and units of minutes, followed by E (East) or W (West) or identification of thesignificant point followed by the bearingfrom the point in the form of 3 figures givingdegrees magnetic, followed by the distance from the point in the form of 3 figures expresingnautical miles. In areas of high latitude where it is determined by the appropriate authirity that reference to degrees magnetic is impractical, degrees true may be used.
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COM/

DAT/

SUR/

DEP/

DEST/

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DOF/

The date of flight departure in a six figure format (YYMMDD, where YY equals the year, MM equals the month and DD equals the day). The nationality or common mark and registration mark of the aircraft, if different from the aircraft identification in Item 7. Significant points or FIR boundary designators and accumulated estimated elapsed times from take-off to such points or FIR boundaries, when so prescribed on the basis of regional air navigation agreements, or by the appropriate ATS authority. SELCAL Code, for aircraft so equipped. Type(s) of aircraft, preceded if necessary without a space by number(s) of aircraft and separated by one space, if ZZZZ is inserted in Item 9. Aircraft address (expressed in the form of an alphanumerical code of six hexadecimal characters) when required by the appropriate ATS authority. Example: F00001 is the lowest aircraft address contained in the specific block administered by ICAO. En route delay or holding, insert the significant point(s) on the route where a delay is planned to occur, followed by the length of delay using four figure time in hours and minutes (hhmm). ICAO designator or name of the aircraft operating agency, if different from the aircraft identification in item 7. The originators 8 letter AFTN address or other appropriate contact details, in cases where the originator of the flight plan may not be readily identified, as required by the appropriate ATS authority. Aircraft performance data, indicated by a single letter as specified in the Procedures for Air Navigation Services
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REG/

EET/

SEL/ TYP/

CODE/

DLE/

OPR/

ORGN/

PER/

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Aircraft Operations (PANS-OPS, Doc 8168), Volume I Flight Procedures, as below: Category A: less than 169 km/h (91 kt) indicated airspeed (IAS) Category B: 169 km/h (91 kt) or more but less than 224 km/h (121 kt) IAS Category C: 224 km/h (121 kt) or more but less than 261 km/h (141 kt) IAS Category D: 261 km/h (141 kt) or more but less than 307 km/h (166 kt) IAS Category E: 307 km/h (166 kt) or more but less than 391 km/h (211 kt) IAS Category H: Specific procedures for helicopters. ALTN/ Name of destination alternate aerodrome(s), if ZZZZ is inserted in Item 16. For aerodromes not listed in the relevant Aeronautical Information Publication, indicate location in LAT/LONG or bearing and distance from the nearest significant point, as described in DEP/ above. ICAO four letter indicator(s) for en-route alternate(s), as specified in Doc 7910, Location Indicators, or name(s) of en-route alternate aerodrome(s), if no indicator is allocated. For aerodromes not listed in the relevant Aeronautical Information Publication, indicate location in LAT/LONG or bearing and distance from the nearest significant point, as described in DEP/ above. ICAO four letter indicator(s) for take-off alternate, as specified in Doc 7910, Location Indicators, or name of take-off alternate aerodrome, if no indicator is allocated. For aerodromes. The route details to the revised destination aerodrome, followed by the ICAO four-letter location indicator of the aerodrome. The revised route is subject to re-clearance in flight. Any other plain language remarks when required by the appropriate ATS authority or deemed necessary. --------------- End -------------Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Publication Date : 20 SEP 12

RALT/

TALT/

RIF/

RMK/