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ORDER OF THE MINISTER OF DEFENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN

of December 14, 2017 No. 744

About approval of Rules of production of flights of the state aircraft of the Republic of Kazakhstan

(as amended of the Order of the Minister of Defence of the Republic of Kazakhstan of 02.07.2021 No. 429)

According to the subitem 11) article 15 of the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan of July 15, 2010 "About use of airspace of the Republic of Kazakhstan and activities of aircraft" PRIKAZYVAYU:

1. Approve the enclosed Rules of production of flights of the state aircraft of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

2. To provide to management of the commander-in-chief Silami of air defense of Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the procedure established by the legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan:

1) state registration of this order in the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan;

2) the direction of the copy of this order in the Republican state company on the right of economic maintaining "The republican center of legal information" of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan for official publication and inclusion in Reference control bank of regulatory legal acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan in paper and electronic views on the Kazakh and Russian languages within ten calendar days from the date of state registration;

3) placement of this order on Internet resource of the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Kazakhstan after its first official publication;

4) the direction of data in Legal department of the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Kazakhstan on execution of the actions provided by subitems 1), 2) and 3) of this Item within ten calendar days from the date of state registration.

3. To impose control of execution of this order on heads of controls of the state aircraft of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

4. Bring this order to service employees in the part concerning them.

5. This order becomes effective after ten calendar days after day of its first official publication.

Minister of Defence of the Republic of Kazakhstan colonel general

S. Zhasuzakov

It is approved

Chief of service of the state protection of the Republic of Kazakhstan lieutenant general

"____" _________ 2017

 

___________ A. Kurenbekov

It is approved

Chairman of Committee of homeland security of the Republic of Kazakhstan

"____" _________ 2017

 

___________ K. Masimov

It is approved

Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan police colonel general

"____" _________ 2017

 

__________ K. Kasymov

Approved by the Order of the Minister of Defence of the Republic of Kazakhstan of December 14, 2017 No. 744

Rules of production of flights of the state aircraft of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Section 1. General provisions

1. Rules of production of flights of the state aircraft of the Republic of Kazakhstan (further - Rules) determine procedure for production of flights of the state aircraft of the Republic of Kazakhstan (further - the state aircraft).

2. The main determinations used in these rules:

1) air unit, (further - part) - republican public institution, Aviation control of Air service of Committee of homeland security of the Republic of Kazakhstan the exercising production of flights of air vehicles (further - AF) fighter, bombardment, attack, transport, army and training state aviation of the Republic of Kazakhstan, their operation, repair and storage, aviation commandant's offices, air stores parks, structural divisions of the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Kazakhstan (further - MO RK), Services of the state protection of the Republic of Kazakhstan (further - SGO RK), the Ministries of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan (further - the Ministry of Internal Affairs of RK) and Committee of homeland security of the Republic of Kazakhstan (further - KNB RK) which include divisions the operating unmanned aerial vehicles, and also training centers on training of aeronautical personnel, training centers of combat training and fighting use of unmanned aerial vehicles;

2) the leading flight personnel of air unit - the flight personnel holding positions from the commander of aviation squadron, the chief of aviation department (further - the commander of aviation squadron) and above (in separate aviation squadron from the commander of link (group), the pilot of group (further - the commander of link (group)) and above);

3) aviation land specialists on servicing of aviation engineering - the aeronautical personnel having special preparation, performing activities for land flight servicing of air vehicles, aerial works, maintenance of air vehicles, operation of terrestrial technical means of air traffic control, navigation, landing and communication, the organization and air traffic maintenance, air traffic control;

4) special air vehicles - AF, intended for accomplishment of tasks, with use of the special equipment installed on them;

5) site of particular mission - specially prepared and designated site providing working off of separate exercises by types of flight training;

6) special task - flight on task performance, not provided by Rates (programs) of combat, flight, educational and flight, special training approved as heads of controls of the state aircraft (further - Rates);

7) fly-by-wire - the flight which is carried out in conditions when the attitude of AF and his location is determined by crew fully or partially by flight navigation instruments;

8) the commander of AF - the pilot (pilot) who is the senior in crew and responsible for accomplishment and safety of flight of AF (further - KVS);

9) flight track of AF - the projection of the set (established) flight path of AF to earth's (water) surface determined by the main turning points;

10) the senior aviation chief of airfield - the service employee from among commanders of air units of the state aircraft, chiefs of the companies and civil aviation organizations which are based on this airfield appointed by control of the state aircraft (authorized body in the field of civil aviation) and organizing combat training (productive activity) in airfield;

11) the meteospecialist - the aviation land specialist having special preparation and holding the position connected with flight servicing of air vehicles, operation, servicing and carrying out scheduled works on technical means of meteorological division;

12) air traffic control centers (further - the Department of Internal Affairs centers) - the operational controls air traffic of Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan intended for planning and coordinating of use of airspace of the Republic of Kazakhstan, control over observance of procedure for use of airspace of the Republic of Kazakhstan, safety-of-life function and regularity of air traffic in the limits set for them regions of responsibility according to the Instruction for air traffic control of article 15 of the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan approved by authorized body in the field of the state aircraft according to the subitem 29) of July 15, 2010 "About use of airspace and activities of aircraft" (further - the Law);

13) route of air traffic maintenance - the established route which is intended for movement direction of flow for the purpose of ensuring air traffic maintenance (further - Department of Internal Affairs);

14) aerodrome traffic circuit - the established route in the terminal area on which (or speak rapidly whom) climb after take-off, decrease for landing approach, holding, flight execution over airfield (landing site) is carried out;

15) the off-aerodrome flight - is weeded by AF who is carried out outside the boundaries of terminal area airspace with hand-over function to other control air traffic with take-off aerodrome landing;

16) local flight - is weeded by AF who is carried out in borders of airspace of the terminal area of take-off;

17) controlled airspace - airspace of certain sizes within which air traffic control (dispatching servicing) is provided;

18) uncontrollable airspace - airspace within which according to classification of airspace only flight and information air traffic maintenance is provided or air traffic control is absent;

19) landing site unmarked - the site of earth's, water or other surface which is picked up by crew of AF in flight, AF, suitable for take off and landing;

20) the landing site designated - the site of earth's, water or other surface, the AF, in advance picked up and suitable for take off and landing, having the coordinates, marking if necessary equipped with controls and flight servicings;

21) echeloning side - dispersion of AF at one height on the established distance intervals or to angular displacement between their track lines;

22) airfields of joint basing - airfields of civil and state aviation on which are based AF, belonging to the state, civil and experimental aviation;

23) vektoreniye (radar targeting) - ensuring navigation targeting of AF by means of specifying of certain rates on the basis of use of data of the radar;

24) particular case - the situation resulting from refusal of aviation engineering or hit of AF in the conditions demanding from crew of accomplishment of non-standard actions for safety control of AF, passengers and crew;

25) plain terrain - the area with relative excesses of relief to 200 m in radius of 25 km;

26) approach - movement of the helicopter over the maneuvering area of airfield (landing site) within the altitude band allowing to use effect of the earth and at the speeds accepted for taxing;

27) combat aircraft - AF, intended for accomplishment of combat mission;

28) wind shear - the raised velocity gradient and (or) wind directions in cases when they considerably change on rather small site of the atmosphere;

29) aerobatic flying - accomplishment of AF of figures of advanced flying in their combination. Besides, to aerobatic flying all types of inverted flight and accomplishment of figures treat with decelerations. Aerobatic flying is carried out on high-maneuverable and maneuverable AF;

30) the end of run - the moment of achievement of AF on run of the speed of taxing determined by the Management (instruction) on the flight operation of AF, approved by the head of AF manufacturing plant (further - RLE) allowing to execute safe change driving direction;

31) technical engineer personnel - the aeronautical personnel having the special preparation and the holding positions connected with servicing, operation, storage and repair of aviation engineering;

32) echeloning longitudinal - dispersion of AF at one height on the established time distances or to distance along track line;

33) transport and combat air vehicles - AF, intended for transportation of people, loads, fuels and lubricants and accomplishment of combat mission;

34) transport aircrafts - AF, intended for transportation of people, loads and fuels and lubricants;

35) advanced flying - accomplishment by the air vehicle of figures of pilotage with pitch angles more than 45 ° (10 °) and with rolls more than 60 ° (30 °);

36) simple pilotage - accomplishment by the air vehicle of figures of pilotage with pitch angles to 45 ° (10 °) and with rolls to 60 ° (30 °);

37) remotely piloted aviation system (further - DPAS) - the complex of the configured elements which is turning on the unmanned aerial vehicle (further - the UAV), the related stations necessary for the line of management and control, and also any other systems which can be required at any time during the course of performance flight;

38) landing - decelerated motion of AF from flare-out height (the beginning of braking in case of vertical landing) until contact of earth's, water or other surface and the end of run (throttling of the engine after landing in case of vertical landing);

39) visibility landing - distance from which the beginning of strip of exact landing is found and identified (the place of exact landing - for helicopters) or runway lights from cabin of AF who is on decrease glide path;

40) hilly terrain - the area with the crossed relief and relative excesses from 200 m to 500 m in radius of 25 km;

41) control center the state aircraft - control center, command control office, starting control center, direction post of aircraft, temporary (auxiliary) control center, air control center, the air direction post of aircraft which is carrying out tasks on control of flights and management of AF in case of operational air traffic (further - control center);

42) meteorological visibility - the horizontal visibility determined by meteorological service by means of technical means or visually by visibility reference points;

43) navigation preparation - the type of flight training directed to training of pilots and navigators in conducting orientation in flight, to keeping of parameters of fighting (flight) procedure and flight track with exit in the set point at the scheduled time;

44) training air vehicles - AF, intended for training of flight personnel in piloting technique and aerial navigation;

45) educational combat aircrafts - AF, intended for training of flight personnel in piloting technique, aerial navigation, fighting application and accomplishment of combat missions;

46) aeronautical fuel reserve - fuel reserve over settlement quantity for flight from airfield (landing site) of departure to arrival airfield (landing site), necessary on case of change of the flight plan caused by the direction on alternate aerodrome (landing site), variation from the approved route, strengthening of speed of headwind and other circumstances;

47) transitional layer - airspace between height of transition and transition flight level, flights of AF in level flight condition in transitional layer is not allowed;

48) transition height - the relative (absolute) height established in the terminal area for transfer of scale of pressure of barometric altimeter into value of pressure of 760 millimeters of mercury (Mbar/HPA 1013,25) in case of set of the set echelon;

49) transition flight level - the lower safe flight level in airfield for transfer of scale of pressure of barometric altimeter from pressure of 760 millimeters of mercury (Mbar/HPA 1013,25) upon pressure of airfield or the minimum pressure specified to sea-level;

50) pilotage - the maneuvers which are purposely carried out by AF characterized by change of its attitude and flight run. On complexity degree pilotage is subdivided on simple, difficult and the highest, and by quantity participating in it AF - on single and group;

51) starting time - period of time during which the crew of AF is allowed to carry out flight;

52) transportation - weeds AF for the purpose of delivery of passengers (troops) or loads (military equipment) from one airfield (site) on another;

53) the area mountain - the area with the crossed relief and relative excesses of 500 m and more in radius of 25 km, and also the area with exceeding above sea level 2000 m and more;

54) formation flying - flight of docked spacecraft of two and more AF under control of one KVS which is in structure of group;

55) vertical separation - dispersion of AF on height on the established intervals;

56) the reduced minimum of vertical separation (Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum) - the vertical separation spacing applied in the range between echelons of 8850 m (FL290) and 12500 m (FL410) for echeloning of AF having the admission to flights using RVSM;

57) visibility vertical - the maximum distance from the Earth's surface to the level from which down verticals are visible objects on earth's surface;

58) control center of the UAV - the element of remotely piloted aviation system which is turning on the equipment used for remote piloting of AF;

59) the operator of the UAV - the aviation specialist manipulating the UAV during its flight;

60) the pilot - the crew member of the air vehicle allowed to accomplishment of functions on control of the air vehicle;

61) flight personnel - pilots, navigators, onboard conductors, cadets (listeners) of flight educational institutions and other service employees the performing functions in flight as a part of crew of AF;

62) flight change - the period of time determined by the planned table of flights during which flights are carried out;

63) flight work - the work which is carried out by flight personnel on accomplishment of the flying mission;

64) the senior of flight change - the service employee, from among the leading flight personnel of air unit, appointed to flight change for the organization, carrying out and control of flights;

65) duration of flight change - time counted from the moment of start of the takeoff of the first and until the end of landing of the last AF according to the planned table of flights;

66) documents on flight training - the documents determining content, amount and the sequence of training, enhancement, specialization and maintenance of skills of flight personnel by their preparation for flights day and night in different meteorological conditions;

67) flight procedure - relative positioning of AF, in case of the flight of docked spacecraft which is not connected with accomplishment of combat mission;

68) the flying mission - the task for flight from take-off before landing of the air vehicle determined by the Rate or set to the pilot by the direct commander (chief) leading flight personnel of aviation unit, control air traffic, control of the state aircraft;

69) flight time - time from start of take-off run of AF in case of take-off (separation from terrestrial or surface of the water in case of vertical take-off) before the end of run (release of landing strip) or contact of earth's (water) surface in case of vertical landing;

70) flight level - the surface of constant atmospheric pressure carried to normal setting of pressure of 760 millimeters of mercury (Mbar/HPA 1013,25) and remote from other such surfaces at size of the established pressure intervals;

71) management of flights - actions of group of management of flights and calculations of the control centers attracted on the flights aimed at providing completeness, timeliness and safety of accomplishment by crews of AF of flying missions;

72) group of management of flights - the aviation land specialists and/or flight personnel appointed by the commander of air unit, the chief of aviation management (further - the commander of air unit) (the head of control of the state aircraft, the commander of the Air Force) for carrying out flights (flights) for management (management, control) flights in zones of the responsibility;

73) visibility flight - visibility from cabin of AF in flight;

74) piloting technique - the type of flight training directed to training of flight personnel in take-off, landing, accomplishment of three-dimensional maneuvers odinochno and as a part of group;

75) production of flights - process of coordinated actions of staff of air units in the order of preparation, carrying out and blamestorming session;

76) flight execution - control procedure for movement of the flight vehicle in airspace performed by crews of the piloted and pilotless AF;

77) objective control of flights - system of the events held by the commander (chief) allocated for complex use of all funds and data of objective control for the benefit of quality excellence of training of staff, safety increase of flights and reliability of AF;

78) the organization of flights - the complex of the events held by commanders and headquarters of parts, including decision making on carrying out flights, problem definition on flights, flight planning, preparation for flights of flight personnel, faces of group of management of flights, AF, means of land providing common application and airfield, accomplishment of flights and blamestorming session;

79) the planned table of flights - the document of the established sample in which graphical and tekstualno are stated (are displayed) the decision of the commander on carrying out flights and task to the crews participating in them;

80) visibility on landing strip - distance within which the pilot of AF who is on center line of landing strip sees marking signs on the surfaces of landing strip or fires limiting landing strip or designating its center line;

81) tactical flight training - the type of flight training directed to training of flight personnel in conducting combat operations (accomplishment of combat missions) odinochno as a part of division and part;

82) flight - the flight which is carried out by AF with landing in other airfield (site);

83) take-off - accelerated motion of AF from the moment of moving (separation moment from surface in case of vertical take-off) to department from earth's (water) or artificial surface and climb of 10 m (height of influence of the screen of surface in case of vertical take-off);

84) bumpiness - chaotic movement of AF in case of disturbed atmosphere flights:

bumpiness moderate - moderate position change and (or) the absolute altitude of AF, but still providing positive control where indications of the accelerometer constitute 0,минус деления51, 0g in centroid of AF, and in case of take off and landing, moderate bumpiness in case of + 0,минус деления30, 4g;

extreme turbulence - sharp position change and (or), with characteristic changes of airspeed, with the indications of the accelerometer exceeding 1.0g in centroid of AF, and in case of take off and landing, with incremental load factors is more than absolute altitude of AF where during the short periods of AF does not react to management + 0, 4g; 14);

85) border area - the part of the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan adjoining borderland within the territory of administrative and territorial units;

86) border strip - the airspace adjoining overland Frontier of the Republic of Kazakhstan 25 km wide, and also over territorial waters 22.2 km wide (12 nautical miles);

87) the electronic flight tablet - the electronic information system for flight crew consisting of the equipment and the application programs and allowing it to use functions on storage, updating, display and data processing applied in case of flight execution or the obligations connected with flight.

3. Treat controls of the state aircraft of the Republic of Kazakhstan:

1) Management of the commander-in-chief Silami of air defense of Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan - in MO RK'S aircraft;

2) the Main command of National guard of the Republic of Kazakhstan - in aircraft of law-enforcement bodies of the Republic of Kazakhstan;

3) Air service of KNB RK (further - AS of KNB) - in aircraft of bodies of homeland security.

4. The basis for professional activity of flight personnel and group of management of flights are:

1) for pilots, navigators - the document (the diploma, the certificate) on the termination of special educational institutions;

2) for other flight personnel and faces of group of management of flights - the order on the admission to flights (to management of flights) on the end of training according to rates of combat (special) training (programs of flight training);

3) the conclusion of medical examination about the validity to professional activity;

4) flight book (the book of the flight operations director) in which data on availability of necessary knowledge and skills, on implementation of professional activity are reflected.

5. The control of the state aircraft provides:

1) the understanding aeronautical personnel of language on which RLE are written of the Maintenance guide, developed by the AF developer and other documents which are connected with accomplishment by aeronautical personnel of the service duties and its powers or provides to servicing and repair of AF the operator of AF with the certified transfer of the above-stated technical publications;

2) possibility of conducting radio exchange and communication - KVS and crew members, according to the procedures containing in RLE, with aeronautical personnel, terrestrial services, including bodies of Department of Internal Affairs and representatives of authorized body of foreign state in English in case of accomplishment of the international flights.

Section 2. Procedure for production of flights of the state aircraft

Chapter 1. Preparation of flights

Paragraph 1. Classification of air vehicles and time frames in case of take off and landing on one landing strip.

6. Are subdivided by AF of the state aircraft on purpose on fighting, educational and fighting, transport, transport and combat, educational and special.

7. Classification of AF depending on the maximum take-off mass is reflected in appendix 1 to these rules.

8. Concerning AF, having category of the turbulence inherent to heavy aircrafts, in case of primary system log-on between such air vehicles and control the air traffic (further - body of the Department of Internal Affairs) before departure or arrival, to signal AF adds the word "heavy".

9. The minimum time frames in case of take-off from one landing strip (further - the runway) are established:

1) for easy AF behind averages and heavy aircrafts - 3 minutes;

2) for heavy AF for heavy, and also the average AF following heavy - 2 minutes;

3) in case of accomplishment of formation flyings - according to the methodical recommendations approved by the commander of part;

4) in all other cases - at least 1 minute.

10. The echeloning minimum, to equal 3 minutes, is applied to the "easy" or "average" AF who is flying up after "heavy" AF or the "easy" AF who is flying up after "average" AF if take-off is carried out:

1) from middle part of the same runway;

2) from middle part of the parallel runways located at distance less than 760 m one from another.

11. In case of the displaced runway threshold:

Between "easy" or "average" AF and "heavy" AF, and also between "easy" AF and "average" AF the echeloning minimum is applied to equal 2 minutes when using the runway with the displaced threshold in cases:

1) rise of "easy" or "average" AF follows landing of "heavy" AF and rise of "easy" AF follows landing of "average" AF;

2) landing of "easy" or "average" AF follows rise of "heavy" AF and landing of "easy" AF follows rise of "average" AF if it is expected that their planned trajectories of flight will be crossed.

The minimum time frame between take off and landing of AF when flying from one runway and parallel runways, distance between which axes less than 760 m - 1 minute.

12. The minimum time frames when landing to one runway, are established:

1) for easy AF behind averages and heavy aircrafts - 3 minutes;

2) for average and heavy AF behind heavy aircrafts - 2 minutes;

3) in all other cases - at least 1 minute.

Paragraph 2. Classification of flights

13. To destination flights are subdivided on:

1) fighting - for accomplishment of combat missions using aviation weapons of destruction or other tasks of fighting application of AF of the state aircraft on purpose;

2) special - for accomplishment of tasks on ensuring national security and territorial integrity of the state, protection of law and order and Frontier, in case of the announcement of emergency state or the special period;

3) transport - for public conveyance, loads, baggage and mailings;

4) search and rescue, rescue and for delivery of health care to the population (including, in case of natural disasters of natural and technogenic nature);

5) educational:

export - flights for development of practical skills and abilities at flight personnel providing successful development of piloting technique by them, navigation and fighting application of AF;

control - for check of flight personnel to accomplishment of training flights;

training - for working off of the acquired flight skills and their further enhancement;

test - flights for determination of readiness of flight personnel for accomplishment of tasks by types of flight and tactical training;

6) flights of terrestrial radio engineering facilities - for check and setup of radio engineering means of location, navigation and communication, ground landing systems;

7) flights of AF (familiarization, check flights) - for in-flight check of work of systems and aggregates AF and power units;

8) ferry flight - flight for the purpose of transfer of AF from the aircraft repair company (aviation repair unit, base) in air unit or back, and also from one air unit in another;

9) demonstration - for display of the aviation and parachute engineering, promotion of achievements of aircraft, and also for the purpose of holding mass and political, sporting and cultural events.

14. By quantity of AF flights are subdivided on single and group.

15. On accomplishment height flights are subdivided:

1) at extremely small heights - from 0 to 200 m (inclusive) over land relief or surface of the water;

2) at small heights - is higher than 200 m also to 1000 m (inclusive) over land relief or surface of the water;

3) at average heights - is higher than 1000 m also to 4000 m (inclusive) from sea-level;

4) at high altitudes - is higher than 4000 m also to 12000 m (inclusive) from sea-level;

5) in stratosphere - is higher than 12000 m from sea-level.

16. On physiographic conditions flights are subdivided:

1) over the plain and hilly terrain;

2) over the mountain area;

3) over unmarked and desert terrain and over surface of the water;

4) in polar regions of Northern and Southern hemispheres.

17. On time of day flights are subdivided:

1) day, carried out during the period between rising and sunset;

2) night, carried out during the period between calling and sunrise;

3) mixed in case of which accomplishment, during the period from take-off before landing of AF there is transition from day flight to night or on the contrary;

4) with crossing of 4 time zones and more.

Paragraph 3. Meteorological conditions of flights

18. Meteorological conditions in them is divided by degree of complexity of flight execution on simple and difficult.

Simple meteorological conditions (further - PMU) - conditions under which all flight is carried out visually (except visual flight under clouds in case of low cloud ceiling or restricted flight visibility).

Close meteorological conditions (further - SMU) - conditions under which flight is fully or partially carried out on devices (in case of zero visibility of the earth or the natural horizon) or visually under clouds in case of low cloud ceiling or restricted flight visibility.

The maximum and boundary parameter values of meteoelements in case of which flights are considered executed in SMU and weather minimum are given in appendix of 2 these rules.

Flights belong to flights in SMU:

in clouds, between cloud covers, behind clouds in case of overcast of 7 points and more;

in case of peak values of parameters of meteoelements in case of which under-the-clouds flights or the worsened visibility are considered executed in SMU according to the table 1 of appendix 2 to these rules;

over water spaces and without orient the area in case of zero visibility of the natural horizon (coastal line), and also in stratosphere.

19. Boundary parameters of meteoelements, less which flights are considered executed in weather minimum are specified in the table 2 of appendix 2 to these rules. For safety-of-life function day and night in SMU differentiate the following weather minimums: minimum of airfield, minimum of AF, minimum of KVS and the established weather minimum.

Minimum of airfield - minimum admissible values of visibility (visibility on landing strip), heights of the lower bound of clouds (vertical visibility) with which in this airfield it is allowed to carry out take-off or landing of AF of this type.

Weather minimums of airfields (for each direction of the runway) are established by the aeronautical passports of these airfields (helidromes) approved by the head of control of the state aircraft (further - the aeronautical passport of airfield). The standard aeronautical passport of airfield is given in appendix 3 to these rules.

Minimum of AF - minimum admissible values of visibility on landing strip (visibility) and heights of the lower bound of clouds (vertical visibility) with which it is allowed to make safely take off and landing on the air vehicle of this type.

Minimum of KVS - minimum admissible values, visibilities on landing strip (visibility) and decision making heights (height of the lower bound of clouds or vertical visibility) with which KVS is allowed to carry out take-off, landing or VFR flight (further - PVP) on the air vehicle of this type;

The established weather minimum (further - UMP) - the established minimum admissible values of height of the lower bound of clouds and visibility in case of accomplishment of flights and flights. The weather minimum is established by the commander of air unit or control of the state aircraft (the commander of the Air Force) in each case depending on the actual training level and fitness of crews, minimum of AF and airfields.

Paragraph 4. Air traffic management

20. The air traffic in airspace of the Republic of Kazakhstan is subdivided into general and operational.

21. According to Item 129-3 of the Rules of use of airspace of the Republic of Kazakhstan approved by the order of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan of May 12, 2011 No. 506 (further - Rules of use of airspace of the Republic of Kazakhstan) the general air traffic represents movement of AF of all elements of aviation in all airspace of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the flying areas of the state aircraft which except for are specially established. Provision of all types of air traffic maintenance for AF of general air traffic is within the competence of bodies of Department of Internal Affairs.

22. All flights of AF, participating in general air traffic, are performed according to the Instruction on the organization and air traffic maintenance approved by the acting minister of transport and communications of the Republic of Kazakhstan of May 16, 2011 No. 279 (it is registered in the Register of state registration of regulatory legal acts for No. 7006) (further - the Instruction on the organization and air traffic maintenance) and the Rules of production of flights in civil aviation of the Republic of Kazakhstan approved by the order of the acting minister on investments and development of the Republic of Kazakhstan of July 28, 2017 No. 509 (it is registered in the Register of state registration of regulatory legal acts for No. 15852) (further - Rules of production of flights in civil aviation).

23. According to Item 129-5 of Rules of use of airspace of the Republic of Kazakhstan the operational air traffic represents air traffic in specially established zones (on routes) flights of the state aircraft, for accomplishment of test flights, aerial refueling, flights at small and extremely small heights, rockets firings, aerial gunneries, working off of acceptances of maneuvering and other special flights, or in cases when crews of AF do not provide fulfillment of requirements, established for general air traffic.

24. Management of operational air traffic is within the competence of bodies of the Department of Internal Affairs or group of management of flights from air unit.

25. The decision on reference of specific flight of AF of the state aircraft to operational air traffic is made by the main center Department of Internal Affairs (further - HZ of the Department of Internal Affairs) or the Department of Internal Affairs center by determination (assignment) of control centers, introduction of the temporary modes or short-term restrictions of use of airspace.

26. Flights of AF in case of operational air traffic are performed according to these rules.

27. Air traffic maintenance of AF of civil aviation, and also solo flights and flights of military transport and (or) transport AF of the state aircraft in areas of airfields of joint basing is performed by duty shift of body (service) of Department of Internal Affairs.

The features of air traffic maintenance (air traffic control) connected with implementation of the simultaneous mixed general and operational air traffic in areas of airfields of joint basing of civil and state aviation are determined according to the Rules of use of airfields of joint basing of civil and state aviation of the Republic of Kazakhstan approved by the joint order of the Minister of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Kazakhstan of February 25, 2011 No. 91 and the Minister of Defence of the Republic of Kazakhstan of March 18, 2011 No. 128 (it is registered in the Register of state registration of regulatory legal acts for No. 6922) (further - Rules of use of airfields of joint basing of civil and state aviation of the Republic of Kazakhstan).

Between adjacent bodies of Department of Internal Affairs and bodies of the Department of Internal Affairs exchange of information, belonging to safe and free production of flights of AF is made.

Paragraph 5. Instrument flight rules

28. The instrument flight rules (further - PPP) provide:

1) piloting of AF on flight navigation instruments;

2) providing with body of the Department of Internal Affairs of the established echeloning intervals between air vehicles.

29. Flights on PPP are applied:

1) in the lower region of flight information;

2) in the upper region of flight information;

3) when flying using blinds and other similar devices.

30. When flying on PPP the crew of AF conducts permanent observation of air and airflow conditions with use of the onboard flight and navigation equipment and visually.

31. KVS in case of flight execution on PPP:

1) carries out the takeoff patterns established in documents of aeronautical information, exit (entrance) from the area (to the area) airfield and landing approach;

2) maintains the echelons (heights) and flight track, trajectories and flight parameters established in documents of aeronautical information and appointed by body of air traffic maintenance (air traffic control);

3) is provided by informing body of the Department of Internal Affairs for its request on the actual location of AF, height and flight conditions;

4) follows instructions of body of the Department of Internal Affairs.

32. Transition from fly-by-wires to visual flights is performed by crews of AF in coordination with body of the Department of Internal Affairs. The body of the Department of Internal Affairs is not allowed to force crew of AF to carry out flights on PVP without its consent.

33. For the purpose of regulation of intervals between air vehicles by body of the Department of Internal Affairs the vektoreniye is made, and also are instructed in keeping of the modes of forward and vertical velocities in limits, admissible for this AF.

34. The personnel performing the Department of Internal Affairs the air vehicle which is carrying out flight on PPP:

1) AF appoints echelon (height) of flight;

2) provides the established echeloning intervals;

3) exercises control of keeping of AF of flight track, the scheme of exit (entrance) from the terminal area, decrease and landing approach in case of radar monitoring environment;

4) provides timely and reliable information to crew of AF about air, airflow and ornithological picture, about flight path deviations in case of radar monitoring environment;

5) transfers flight conditions to crews of AF.

34-1. The strip of accounting of exceeding of land relief and artificial obstacles in it when calculating safe height of flight in the terminal area out of the scheme of departure (landing approach) is established: in the afternoon - on 5 km, at night - on 10 km in both parties from route axis.

34-2. When flying according to the scheme of departure (landing approach) the strip of accounting of obstacles is established on 5 km in both parties from route axis.

34-3. When flying out of airways bandwidth of accounting of exceeding of land relief and artificial obstacles day and night - on 25 km in both parties from flight track axis.

34-4. When flying in the afternoon in plain or hilly terrain with the actual and predicted height of the lower bound of clouds it is not lower than 150 m also of visibility of 3000 m and more for AF with instrument flight velocity no more than 300 km/h height of artificial obstacles is not considered.

35. KVS, when flying on PPP, maintains the set flight run, informs body of the Department of Internal Affairs on the actual location of the air vehicle, flight run and meteorological conditions of flight.

36. In the presence around aircraft flight of other air vehicles which create threat of near collision the body of the Department of Internal Affairs resolves flight on PVP only after receipt of the report of the aircraft commander on visual observation of these air vehicles.

Paragraph 6. Visual flight rules

37. The visual flight rules provide:

1) keeping of the established intervals between air vehicles by visual observation by crew of AF of flights of other AF;

2) determination of the attitude of AF and his location by the pilot (pilot) visually on the natural horizon and terrestrial (surface) reference points;

3) when flying at heights below the lower safe echelon keeping of absolute safe height and bypass of artificial obstacles visual observation of the area located ahead;

4) keeping of route, the mission profile by means of visual orientation and with use of the available flight-navigation means.

38. Flights on PVP are carried out at height of clouds at least than 50 m lower than the lower bound in plain and hilly terrain and on 100 m at least - in the mountain area.

39. Flights on PVP are carried out with the maximum discretion of crew of AF.

40. It is allowed to bypass the obstacles observed ahead at the rate of AF and exceeding height of its flight, on the right on removal from obstacles at least 500 m.

41. Overtaking ahead of the flying AF at one height is carried out on the right, and in case of circling flight - from exterior with respect for lateral separation spacings.

Overtaking of AF following ahead at the same height in case of visual flights is not allowed at night.

42. When flying AF on collision courses on the same echelon (height) the crew which noticed another AF at the left reduces, and noticed on the right increases flight height so that altitude difference provided safe discrepancy of AF.

If it is impossible to change height, KVS (pilot) carries out top of the AF for discrepancy port sides to the right.

In the course of discrepancy pilots (pilots) need not to lose sight of another AF.

43. In cases when in case of accomplishment of the flying mission meteorological conditions becomes below the established minimum on PVP, crew of AF who is carrying out flight under control of body of the Department of Internal Affairs requests permission to accomplishment of special flight on PVP or on flight execution according to PPP.

44. The personnel of control center of aircraft exercising control of AF who is carrying out flight on PVP in controlled airspace:

1) AF appoints echelon (height) of flight;

2) is controlled by observance of time frames in case of rise of AF;

3) provides timely and reliable information, to crew of AF about air, airflow and ornithological picture;

4) AF appoints safe echelon (height) and provides the established echeloning intervals between air vehicles upon transition to flight on PPP.

45. In case of deterioration in meteoconditions to the values non-compliant to the requirements for flight execution on PVP, special flights on PVP are provided day and night, in the presence of permission of Department of Internal Affairs relevant organ in the region (zone) of responsibility of which flights are carried out.

Body of the Department of Internal Affairs in the region (zone) of responsibility of which flights are carried out, informs crew of AF on deterioration in meteoconditions to the values non-compliant to the requirements for flight execution on PVP.

46. Special flights on PVP are carried out in case of accomplishment of urgent flights on servicing of the organizations of health care, when carrying out search and rescue and wreckings, in case of accomplishment of flights for the benefit of MO RK, Ministry of Internal Affairs of RK, KNB RK.

The minimum visibility for visual flights of helicopters is given to the table 2 of appendix 4 to these rules.

The minimum meteorological conditions and the minimum inventories of obstacle clearances for special flight are determined by PVP according to the table 3 of appendix 4 to these rules.

47. Ceased to be valid according to the Order of the Minister of Defence of the Republic of Kazakhstan of 02.07.2021 No. 429

48. Ceased to be valid according to the Order of the Minister of Defence of the Republic of Kazakhstan of 02.07.2021 No. 429

49. Ceased to be valid according to the Order of the Minister of Defence of the Republic of Kazakhstan of 02.07.2021 No. 429

50. Ceased to be valid according to the Order of the Minister of Defence of the Republic of Kazakhstan of 02.07.2021 No. 429

Paragraph 7. The minimum intervals of longitudinal and side echeloning when flying on PVP

51. The minimum intervals of longitudinal echeloning between the air vehicles following along one route and on one echelon (height) - 2 km.

At the time of crossing of echelon (height) of the flight occupied with other AF and also crossing of flight track on one echelon (height):

1) 2 km for AF with flight velocities of 300 km/h and less;

2) 5 km for AF with flight velocities more than 300 km/h.

52. The minimum lateral separation spacings when flying at one height:

1) for the divorced routes when flying along routes of Department of Internal Affairs is lower than the lower echelon - 5 km. The term "route of Department of Internal Affairs" is used for designation in appropriate cases of airway, supervised or uncontrollable route, route of arrival or departure and other routes;

2) when overtaking ahead of the flying AF on the right (on airfield circle - from exterior) - 500 m.

Paragraph 8. Vertical, longitudinal and side separation in controlled airspace

53. When flying on PPP the following minimum vertical separation spacings are applied:

1) on flight levels is lower than 8850 m (FL290) - 300 m (1000 feet);

2) between flight levels of 8850 m (FL290) and 12500 m (FL410):

300 m (1000 feet) - between AF, allowed to flights with RVSM;

600 m (2000 feet):

between the state AF who is not allowed to flights with RVSM and to other AF who is carrying out flight in airspace of RVSM;

between all state AF who is carrying out flight as a part of group in airspace of RVSM and other AF;

in transition airspace from (k) RVSM between AF, not allowed to flights with RVSM and other AF;

between AF who is carrying out flight with the refused radio communication and any other AF when both AF carry out flight in airspace of RVSM;

3) on flight levels is higher than 12500 m (FL 410) - 600 m (2000 feet).

54. When flying below the lower echelon the vertical distance between the lower echelon and flight height is established at least 300 m.

At heights below the lower echelon flights of AF on PVP with speeds no more than 300 km/h are echeloned through 150 m, with speeds more than 300 km/h - in all cases through 300 m.

55. The vertical distance between flight height around and the lower holding area flight level shall be at least 300 m.

56. The vertical distance between air vehicles in the terminal area is established at least 300 m. For airplanes with landing speed less than 169 km/h and the helicopters which are carrying out flight on PVP below the lower echelon in places of crossing with routes of flights of AF with landing speed more than 169 km/h in case of radar control and longitudinal distance between them at least 5 km, the vertical interval is established at least 150 m.

57. It is not allowed to appoint at the same time same echelon (height) for flights of AF on PVP and PPP.

58. Vertical separation in airspace of the Republic of Kazakhstan is performed on semi-circular system:

1) in case of the direction of airways and routes with true track angles from 0 to 179 echelons of flights are (inclusive) established: 900 m, 1500 m (FL50), 2150 m (FL70), 2750 m (FL90), 3350 m (FL110), 3950 m (FL130), 4550 m (FL150), 5200 m (FL170), 5800 m (FL190), 6400 m (FL210), 7000 m (FL230), 7600 m (FL250), 8250 m (FL270), 8850 m (FL290), 9450 m (FL310), 10050 m (FL330), 10650 m (FL350), 11300 m (FL370), 11900 m (FL390), 12500 m (FL410), 13700 m (FL 450), 14950 m (FL 490);

2) in case of the direction of airways and routes with true track angles from 180 to 359 ° echelons of flights are (inclusive) established: 1200 m, 1850 m (FL60), 2450 m (FL80), 3050 m (FL100), 3650 m (FL 120), 4250 m (FL140), 4900 m (FL160), 5500 m (FL180), 6100 m (FL200), 6700 m (FL220), 7300 m (FL240), 7900 m (FL260), 8550 m (FL 280), 9150 m (FL300), 9750 m (FL320), 10350 m (FL340), 10950 m (FL360), 11600 m (FL380), 12200 m (FL400), 13100 m (FL430), 14350 m (FL 470).

59. Purpose of echelon (height) of flight by bodies of the Department of Internal Affairs is performed:

1) on transition flight level (the lower safe echelon) and above in numbers of echelon (for operational air force, or at the request of crew of any AF appoints the corresponding flight level in meters);

2) below transition flight level (the lower safe echelon) - in meters.

60. When changing echelon on turning point of route, because of change of general flight course, occupation of new echelon is carried out for 20 km before flight of the specified Item of the obligatory report, on permission of bodies of the Department of Internal Affairs.

61. If the set true track angles of the majority of sections of the route (route) are in limits of one semicircle, and certain sites - within another, then for all airway (route) single echelons on condition of observance of security measures of flight are established.

62. In the terminal area and in waiting areas vertical separation is made irrespective of the set track angles of flight.

Paragraph 9. The minimum intervals of longitudinal echeloning when flying on PPP with radar control

63. The minimum intervals of longitudinal echeloning when flying on PPP with radar control between the air vehicles following along one route on one echelon (height) constitute:

1) on airways and along routes of-30 km;

2) on airways and along routes when using automatic systems of the Department of Internal Affairs (further - the EXPERT of the Department of Internal Affairs) - 20 km;

3) in the approach area - 20 km;

4) in the approach area when using the EXPERT of the Department of Internal Affairs - 12 km;

5) in takeoff area and landings:

for all AF following air vehicles with the take-off mass of 136 tons and more - 12 km;

for the easy AF following average air vehicles - 10 km;

in all other cases - 5 km.

64. When crossing the counter echelon (height) occupied with other AF - 30 km at the time of crossing (with observance of 10 km of side interval).

65. When crossing the passing echelon (height) occupied with other AF - 20 km, and in the approach area when using the EXPERT of the Department of Internal Affairs - 12 km at the time of crossing.

66. Between the air vehicles following along the crossed routes on one echelon (height) - 40 km at the time of crossing.

Paragraph 10. The minimum time frames of longitudinal echeloning on PPP in the absence of radar control

67. Time frames between the air vehicles following along one route and on one echelon (height):

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