AIM Data Catalogue

All properties and sub-properties of :

Procedure

Number of rows: 53
Property Sub-Property ID Type Description Note Reference Accuracy Integrity Origin type Pub. Resolution Chart Resolution ADQ HL-Ref IFR Accuracy IFR Integrity VFR Accuracy VFR Integrity NatDqr Reference
IdentificationRunway 858TextThe runway designator of the landing and take-off direction. Examples: 27, 35L, 01R.ICAO DOC 8168 VOL II Part I.4.9.5.2.1
FAS Guidance857Code listThe name describing the type of radio navigation aid providing the final approach lateral guidance. This could be: ILS, VOR, RNAV, etcAPCHICAO DOC 8168 VOL II Part I.4.9.5.2.1
Circling859Code listIndication if a procedure is/ is not a circling approachAPCHICAO DOC 8168 VOL II Part I.4.9.5.2.5
Multiple Code860TextA single letter suffix, starting with the letter z following the radio navigation aid type shall be used if two or more procedures to the same runway cannot be distinguished by the radio navigation aid type only. For example:\nVOR y Rwy 20\nVOR z Rwy 20APCHICAO DOC 8168 VOL II Part I.4.9.5.3
NS Limiter861TextSensor specific information in case of a limitation of usePBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II Part III.5.1.3.4
Name862TextName of the instrument flight procedureICAO DOC 8168 VOL II Part I.4.9.5.2
Plain Language DesignationValidity Indicator864TextThe validity indicator shall be a number from 1 to 9.SID, STARAnnex 11 Appendix 3, 2.1.1 b) and 2.1.3
Basic Indicator863TextThe basic indicator shall be the name or name-code of the significvant point where the standard departure route terminates.SID, STARAnnex 11 Appendix 3, 2.1.1 a) and 2.1.2
Route Indicator865TextThe route indicator shall be one letter of the alphabet. The letters \"I\" and \"O\" shall not be used.SID, STARAnnex 11 Appendix 3, 2.1.1 c) and 2.1.4
Visual Indication867TextIndication if the route has been established for use by aircraft operating in accordance with the visual flight rules (VFR) VFR onlyAnnex 11 Appendix 3, 2.1.1 e)
Coded DesignationSignificant Point868TextThe coded designator or name-code of the significant pointSID, STARAnnex 11 Appendix 3, 2.2 a)
Validity Indicator869TextThe Validity Indicator of the procedureSID, STARAnnex 11 Appendix 3, 2.2 b)
Route Indicator870TextThe Route Indicator of the procedureSID, STARAnnex 11 Appendix 3, 2.2 c)
Procedure Type814Code listIndication of the type of procedure (departure, arrival, approach, other)Annex 11 Appendix 3, 2.1.1 d)
PBN or Conventional815Code listIndication if the procedure is PBN or ConventionalIFR onlyDoc 8168, Vol II, Part III, Section 5, 1.3.2.1
Precision Type816TextThe instrument procedure type. Instrument approach procedures are classified as follows: \nNon-precision approach (NPA) procedure. - An instrument approach procedure which utilizes lateral guidance but does not utilize vertical guidance.\nApproach procedure with vertical guidance (APV). - An instrument procedure which utilizes lateral and vertical guidance but does not meet the requirements established for precision approach and landing operations.\nPrecision approach (PA) procedure. - An instrument approach procedure using precision lateral and vertical guidance with minima as determined by the category of operation.APCHAnnex 10 Chapter 1
Aircraft Category817Code listIndication of which aircraft categories the procedure is intended for
Magnetic variation818AngleThe magnetic variation considered for the procedure designICAO Annex 4 11.8\nDoc 8168, Vol II, Part I, Section 2, 1.11 and Annex, 9.7 and 10.71 degreeesential
OCA/HHeight874HeightThe lowest height above the elevation of the relevant runway threshold or the aerodrome elevation as applicable, used in establishing compliance with appropriate obstacle clearance criteria.APCHICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I, Section 4, 5.4.1 as specified in Doc 8168essentialEH023Same as the source of the calculation (Obstaces, terrain…)critical
Altitude873AltitudeThe lowest altitude used in establishing compliance with appropriate obstacle clearance criteria.APCHICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I, Section 4, 5.4.1 as specified in Doc 8168essentialEH023Same as the source of the calculation (Obstaces, terrain…)critical
Approach type872Code listApproach type (e.g. Straight-in Cat I, Cat II, LLZ, Circling ...) or specific navigation aid (e.g. stepdown fixes), or a specific navigation specification APCHICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I, Section 4, 9.5.4
Aircraft category871Code listAircraft category according to ICAO Doc 8168 Vol I or IIAPCHICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I, Section 4, 1.8.4
DA/HAltitude877AltitudeA specified altitude in a 3D instrument approach operation at which a missed approach must be initiated if the required visual reference to continue the approach has not been establishedAPCH
Approach type876Code listApproach type (e.g. Straight-in, Circling ...) or specific navigation aid (e.g. stepdown fixes), or a specific navigation specification APCH
Aircraft category875Code listAircraft category according to ICAO Doc 8168 Vol I or IIAPCH
Height878HeightA specified height in a 3D instrument approach operation at which a missed approach must be initiated if the required visual reference to continue the approach has not been establishedAPCH
MDA/HApproach type880Code listApproach type (e.g. Straight-in, Circling ...) or specific navigation aid (e.g. stepdown fixes), or a specific navigation specification APCH
Altitude881AltitudeA specified altitude in a 2D instrument approach operation or circling approach operation below which descent must not be made without the required visual reference.APCHSame as OCA/H
Height882HeightA specified height in a 2D instrument approach operation or circling approach operation below which descent must not be made without the required visual reference.APCHSame as OCA/H
Aircraft category879Code listAircraft category according to ICAO Doc 8168 Vol I or IIAPCH
MSARadius888ValueThe radius of each sectorIFR onlyICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I.4.8.21 NMroutine
Altitude886AltitudeThe minimum altitude for each sectorIFR onlyICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I.4.8.250 mroutine
Based on Fix885TextCenter of the MSAIFR onlyICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I.4.8.2
Sector end angle884AngleEnd angle of a sectorIFR onlyICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I.4.8.21 degreeroutine
Sector start angle883AngleStart angle of a sector IFR onlyICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I.4.8.21 degreeroutine
Restrictions887TextMinimum sector altitude - The lowest altitude which may be used which will provide a minimum clearance of 300 m (1 000 ft) above all objects located in an area contained within a sector of a circle of 46 km (25 NM) radius centred on a radio aid to navigation.IFR onlyICAO Doc 8168, Vol II, Part I.4.8.2
TAASector start angle894AngleStart angle of a sector (bearing to TAA reference pointAPCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-2-4-11 degreeroutine
Sector end angle895AngleEnd angle of a sector (bearing to TAA reference point)APCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-2-4-11 degreeroutine
Stepdown arc896DistanceRadius of inner area with lower altitude. APCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-2-4-11 NMroutine
Reference point889TextTAA reference point (IAF or IF)APCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-2-4-1
IAF890TextTAA Initial Approach Fix reference pointAPCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-2-4-1
IF891TextTAA Intermediate Fix reference pointAPCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-2-4-1
Dist To IAF892DistanceThe distance of the TAA area boundary from the IAFAPCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-2-4-11 NMroutine
Altitude893AltitudeThe terminal arrival altitude valueAPCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-2-4-150 mroutine
Nav Spec Name824TextA set of aircraft and flight crew requirements needed to support performance-based navigation operations within a defined airspace. 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.PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-5-1-2 1.3.4\nAnnex 4, Para graph 9.8 and 10.8
Operating minima825TextAerodrome Operating Minima - The limits of usability of an aerodrome for:\na) take-off, expressed in terms of runway visual range and/or visibility and, if necessary, cloud conditions;\nb) landing in precision approach and landing operations, expressed in terms of visibility and/or runway visual range and\ndecision altitude/height (DA/H) as appropriate to the category of the operation;\nc) landing in approach and landing operations with vertical guidance, expressed in terms of visibility and/or runway\nvisual range and decision altitude/height (DA/H); and\nd) landing in non-precision approach and landing operations, expressed in terms of visibility and/or runway visual range,\nminimum descent altitude/height (MDA/H) and, if necessary, cloud conditionsAPCH, DEPICAO Doc 9365 ?, Annex 15 (AIP AD 1.1.4)
TemperatureMinimum temperature897ValueMinimum temperature referenceAPCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-3-4-8 4.61 degree Cessential
Maximum temperature898ValueMaximum temperature referenceAPCH, PBN onlyICAO DOC 8168 VOL II III-3-4-8 4.61 degree Cessential
Remote Altimeter Source827TextCautionary note indicating the altimetry sourceAPCHICAO DOC 8168 Vol II, Part I, Section 4, 5.4.5.3.1
Proc Ref Datum828TextAirport or landing thresholdAPCH
PBN RequirementsFunctional requirements901TextAny required functionalities that are described as options in the navigation specification, that is, not included in the core navigation specification (RF required …)PBNICAO DOC 8168 VOL II, Part III, Section 5, 1.3.4 c)
Navigation specification899Code listIdentification of the navigation specification (RNAV 5, PBN 0.3 …)PBNICAO DOC 8168 VOL II, Part III, Section 5, 1.3.4 a)
Navigation sensor limitations900TextAny navigation sensor limitations (GNSS required …)PBNICAO DOC 8168 VOL II, Part III, Section 5, 1.3.4 b)
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