AIM Data Catalogue

Number of rows : 49
Subject Property Sub-Property ID Type Description Note Reference Origination Authorisation
ATS-RouteDesignator432TextDesignators for ATS routes according to Annex 11 Appendix 1 (or Appendix 3 for standard departure and arrival routes)Annex 11 2.12 / App 1 / App3SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Route segmentNavigation specification435TextDesignation of the navigation specification(s) applicable to a specified segment(s) - There are two kinds of navigation specifications:\nRequired navigation performance (RNP) specification. A navigation specification based on area navigation that includes the requirement for performance monitoring and alerting, designated by the prefix RNP, e.g. RNP 4, RNP APCH.\nArea navigation (RNAV) specification. A navigation specification based on area navigation that does not include the requirement for performance monitoring and alerting, designated by the prefix RNAV, e.g. RNAV 5, RNAV 1.Annex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1-.4 1)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
From pointDesignator460TextThe coded designators or name-codes of significant pointAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1-.4 1)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Reporting461Code listIndication of ATS / MET reporting requirement “compulsory” or “on-request”Annex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1-.4 1)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
To pointDesignator462TextThe coded designators or name-codes of significant pointAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1-.4 1)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Reporting463Code listIndication of the ATS / MET reporting requirement “compulsory” or “on-request”Annex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1-.4 1)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Track438BearingTrack, VOR radial or magnetic bearing of a route segmentAnnex 11 App 5 Table 4\nAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1-.4 2)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Changeover point439PointThe point at which an aircraft navigating on an ATS route segment defined by reference to very high frequency omnidirectional radio ranges is expected to transfer its primary navigational reference from the facility behind the aircraft to the next facility ahead of the aircraft.in case of VOR radialAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1-.4 2)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Length440DistanceThe geodesic distance between from point and to pointAirway segments length \nTerminal arrival or departure route segments lengthAnnex 11 App 5 Table 5 \nAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1 - .4 2)/3)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Upper limit441AltitudeThe upper limit of the route segmentAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1 - .4 3)/4)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Lower limit442AltitudeThe lower limit of the route segmentAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1 - .4 3)/4)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
MEA443AltitudeMinimum en-route altitude (MEA). The altitude for an en-route segment that provides adequate reception of relevant navigation facilities and ATS communications, complies with the airspace structure and provides the required obstacle clearance.Lower ATS RoutesAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1 3) Doc 8168 Vol 2 Part II, Section 3, 1.6.1; Annex 11 2.22, App 5SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
MOCA444AltitudeMinimum obstacle clearance altitude (MOCA). The minimum altitude for a defined segment of flight that provides the required obstacle clearance.Lower ATS RoutesAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1 4) Doc 8168 Vol 2 Part II, Section 3, 1.6.1; Annex 11 2.22, App 5SG PANS-OPS FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Minimum flight altitude445AltitudeMinimum flight altitudeHelicopter routeAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.4 4); Annex 11 2.22, App 5SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Lateral Limits446DistanceLateral limits of routeAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1 4) / 3.2 4)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Restrictions449TextIndication on any area speed and level/altitude restrictions where established;Annex 4 8.9.4 n) \nAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1 - .4 6)/7)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Direction of cruise levelsBackward452Code listIndication on the direction of the cruising level (even, odd, NIL) from second point to first point of route segmentAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1 -.3 5)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Forward451Code listIndication on the direction of the cruising level (even, odd, NIL) from first point to second point of route segmentAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1 -.3 5)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Availability456TextInformation on the route availabilitySG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Class of airspace457TextClassification of airspace (A, B, … G) which determines the operating rules, flight requirements, and services provided. According to Annex 11, Appendix 4Annex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1 - .4 3)/4)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
PBN requirementsSensor requirements465TextIndication on the sensor requirements including any navigation specification limitationsPBN onlyAnnex 15 App1 ENR 3.1- .3 7) / 3.4 6)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Navigation performance requirements464TextThe navigation accuracy requirement for each PBN (RNAV or RNP) route segmentPBN onlyAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1 - .4 5)/6)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Controlling unitChannel467TextOperating channel / frequency of controlling unitAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1 - .4 6)/7)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Logon address468TextA specified code used for data link logon to the controlling ATS unitif applicableAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1 - .4 6)/7)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Name466TextName of the unit providing the serviceAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.1 - .4 6)/7)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Other routeDesignator992TextDesignator of the routeSG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Type993TextType of route (e.g. VFR uncontrolled navigation routes)SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Flight rules994Code listInformation on the flight rules that apply on the route (IFR / VFR) SG Route Manager FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
WaypointIdentification470TextNames, coded designators or name-codes assigned to the significant point.Annex 11 App 2 2,3.SG Route Manager FOCA-SIFS
Position473PointGeographical location of the waypointAnnex 11 App 5 Table 1SG Route Manager FOCA-SIFS
FormationNavaid476TextThe station identification of the reference VOR/DMEAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.3 2)a)SG Route Manager FOCA-SIFS
Bearing477BearingThe bearing from the reference VOR/DME, if the waypoint is not collocated with it;Bearing used for the formation of an en-route fixAnnex 11 App 5 Table 4SG Route Manager FOCA-SIFS
Distance478DistanceThe distance from the reference VOR/DME, if the waypoint is not collocated with it;Distance used for the formation of an en-route fixAnnex 11 App 5 Table 5SG Route Manager FOCA-SIFS
En-route HoldingIdentification480TextIdentification of the holding procedureAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.6 1)SG Route Manager FOCA-SIFS
Fix481TextIdentification of the holding procedure fix Annex 15 App 1 ENR 3.6SG Route Manager FOCA-SIFS
Waypoint482PointGeographical location of the holding waypointAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.6SG Route Manager FOCA-SIFS
Inbound track483BearingThe inbound track of the holding procedureAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.6SG Route Manager FOCA-SIFS
Turn Direction484TextDirection of the procedure turnAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.6SG Route Manager FOCA-SIFS
Speed485ValueMaximum indicated airspeedAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.6SG Route Manager FOCA-SIFS
LevelMinimum holding level493AltitudeMinimum holding level of the holding procedureAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.6SG Route Manager FOCA-SIFS
Maximum holding level494AltitudeMaximum holding level of the holding procedureAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.6SG Route Manager FOCA-SIFS
Time/distance outbound487ValueTime/distance value of the holding procedure Annex 15 App 1 ENR 3.6SG Route Manager FOCA-SIFS
Controlling unitFrequency496ValueThe operating frequency/channel of the controlling unitAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.6SG Route Manager FOCA-SIFS
Name495TextIndication of the controlling unitAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 3.6SG Route Manager FOCA-SIFS
Special holding entry procedure489TextTextual description of the Special VOR/DME entry procedureIn case an entry radial to a secondary fix at the end of the outbound leg has been established for a VOR/DME holding patternDoc 8168 Vol 2 Part II Section 4 1.5.1SG Route Manager FOCA-SIFS
AMAVertical limit447AltitudeArea Minimum Altitude (AMA) - The minimum altitude to be used under instrument meteorological conditions (IMC), that\nprovides a minimum obstacle clearance within a specified area, normally formed by parallels and meridians.Annex 4 8.9.3SG PANS-OPS FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Lateral limits1200DistanceLateral limits of the sectors
MVAVertical limit448AltitudeMinimum Vectoring AltitudeAnnex 4 8.9.4 m)SG PANS-OPS FOCA-SILR-LR FOCA-SIFS
Lateral limits1201DistanceLateral limits of the sectors
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