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AOM-0810 — Integration into the TMA route structure of optimised Low Level IFR route network for rotorcraft using RNP-1/RNP-0.3

In controlled airspace (TMA) Rotorcraft low altitude RNP-1/RNP-0.3 IFR routes are strategically separated from conventional SIDs / STARs. The routes enhance flight safety and weather resilience of Rotorcraft operations. Even in controlled airspace, moving from VFR to IFR enhances flight safety when weather conditions are adverse.

Rationale
Provision of the IFR routes in controlled airspace removes interference between rotorcraft and commercial traffic. The integration of an optimised Low Level IFR route network for rotorcraft can enhance flight safety and weather resilience of rotorcraft operations. Benefits for the environment may also be expected (less VFR flights at very low altitude AGL, avoidance of noise sensitive areas thanks to narrow or (and) curved Low Level IFR routes).
Forecast V3 end date
30-06-2018
Benefits start date (IOC)
31-12-2020
Full benefits date (FOC)
31-12-2026
Current Maturity Level
V2
Solution Data Quality Index
Current Maturity Phase
R&D
Scope
Release
R7
PCP Status

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AOM-0810
 
A/C-04b
V4
V5
IOC - FOC
PRO-258
V5
IOC - FOC
METEO-05b
V4
V5
IOC - FOC

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