of June 1, 2004 No. 7/30
About approval of Aviation rules of flights in airspace of the Republic of Belarus
Based on article 63 of the Air code of the Republic of Belarus and for the purpose of establishment of single procedure for accomplishment of flights in airspace of the Republic of Belarus the State committee on aircraft of the Republic of Belarus and the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Belarus POSTANOVLYAYUT:
1. Approve the enclosed Aviation rules of flights in airspace of the Republic of Belarus.
2. Not apply the Basic rules of flights in airspace of the USSR enacted by the order of the commander-in-chief of the Air Force of July 3, 1985 No. 161.
Chairman of the State committee on aircraft of the Republic of Belarus
F. F. Ivanov
Minister of Defence of the Republic of Belarus colonel general
L. S. Maltsev
It is approved
Minister of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Belarus
February 4, 2004
It is approved
Chairman of the State committee of border troops of the Republic of Belarus
February 14, 2004
A. A. Pavlovsky
It is approved
Chairman of central office of Republican state public association "Volunteer Society for Cooperation with the Army, Aviation, and Fleet of the Republic of Belarus"
February 18, 2004
V. I. Patskov
Approved by the Resolution of the State committee on aircraft of the Republic of Belarus and the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Belarus of June 1, 2004 No. 7/30
1. Aviation rules of flights in airspace of the Republic of Belarus (further - Rules) are developed based on the Air code of the Republic of Belarus and according to the Rules of use of airspace of the Republic of Belarus approved by the resolution of Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus of November 4, 2006 No. 1471 (The national register of legal acts of the Republic of Belarus, 2006, No. 190, 5/24224), standards and recommendations of International Civil Aviation Organization (further - ICAO).
2. These rules establish general procedure for accomplishment of flights by air vehicles (further - AF) civil and state aviation in airspace of the Republic of Belarus. Flights of automatic aerostats are carried out by rules which are established by the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Belarus (further - the Ministry of Defence).
3. These rules extend to all AF, the carrying-out flights in airspace of the Republic of Belarus, and AF of the Republic of Belarus which are carrying out flights in airspace of other states if their provisions do not contradict the rules of flights established in these states.
4. These rules are obligatory for management and execution by all physical persons and legal entities operating AF, exercising air traffic maintenance (flight management).
5. In case of factual determination of abuse of regulations service employees shall take measures for violation suppression immediately.
6. Violation of requirements of these rules involves the responsibility established by the legislation of the Republic of Belarus.
7. For the purposes of these rules the following main terms and their determinations are applied:
emergency phase - stage of uncertainty, alarm or stage of disaster depending on circumstances;
model aircraft - the small-sized heavier-than-air aircraft, with the engine or without it, not capable to lift the person who is used for sports competitions or entertainment, but not for the commercial, research or military purposes;
aerial works - the works performed with use of flights of AF in agricultural industry, construction for protection and environment protection, delivery of health care and other purposes;
airfield - the land or aquatic area which is specially prepared and equipped for ensuring take-off, landing, taxing, the parking and servicing of AF;
airfield mountain - the airfield located on the area with the crossed relief and relative excesses of 500 m and more in radius of 25 km from checkpoint of airfield and also the airfield located at the height of 1000 m and more above sea level;
alternate aerodrome - the airfield intended for landing of AF in case use of arrival airfield is impossible. Can be reserve as well departure airfield;
arrival airfield - airfield in which landing of AF is provided by flight plan or task for flight. Arrival airfields are subdivided into airfields of intermediate and final landing;
airfield movement - all movement on aerodrome movement area, and also flights of AF in the terminal area;
airdrome dispatching service - dispatching servicing of airfield movement;
aeronautical information - the data concerning characteristics and actual state of airfields, airline hubs, elements of structure of airspace and means of radio engineering providing (further - RTO), necessary for the organization and accomplishment of flights;
aerostat - the lighter-than-air aircraft which is not set in motion by the power unit. Aerostats are subdivided on piloted, automatic, fastened and free;
airline hub - close located airfields, the organization and accomplishment of flights from which require special approval and coordination;
disaster - condition in case of which AF and persons which are on its board are threatened by serious and direct danger or is required the immediate help;
safe height of flight - flight height excluding collision of AF with earth's (water) surface or obstacles in it;
the unmanned aerial vehicle (further - BLA) - the unmanned heavier-than-air aircraft on its board, except for model aircrafts;
bumpiness - the chaotic movements of AF arising when flying in the conditions of turbulence of the atmosphere (bumpiness is considered weak when the surplus of overload reaches no more +/-unit 0,5; moderated - to +/-unit 1,0; strong - +/-1,0 of unit and more, and when landing: moderated - + / - unit 0,3-0,4; strong - more +/-unit 0,4);
take-off - flight stage from the moment of the beginning of accelerated motion of AF from standing start on earth's (water) or artificial surface (separation moment from the specified surface in case of vertical take-off) until set established heights and flight velocities in relation to specific AF;
rise of aerostat - movement of aerostat in air in case of which there is altitude gain of its flight;
landing strip (further - the runway) - the part of airfield intended for takeoff run and run after landing of AF;
visibility (visible range) - the maximum distance from which objects are visible and are identified;
visibility on the runway (visible range on the runway) - the maximum distance within which the pilot of AF who is on center line of the runway can see marking of its covering or light markers. Visibility of light markers is accepted to visibility on the runway at night;
visibility flight - visibility from cabin of AF in flight;
visual meteorological conditions (further - VMU) - the meteorological conditions expressed in sizes of visible range, distances to clouds and height of the lower bound of clouds in case of which flight is carried out according to the visual flight rules (further - PVP);
contact approach - landing approach when the attitude of AF and his location are determined by crew visually by the natural horizon, terrestrial reference points, and also concerning other material objects and constructions;
air picture - simultaneous relative positioning of AF and other material objects in certain region of airspace;
the air vehicle - the flight vehicle supported in the atmosphere due to interaction with air, other than interaction with the air reflected from the Earth's surface or water;
airway (further - VT) - the corridor limited on height and width in airspace intended for flights of AF and equipped with controls, control and radio navigation;
air traffic - movement of AF, being in flight and to airfield maneuvering areas;
absolute altitude - distance down from mean level of the sea to the level, point or the object accepted for point;
absolute altitude - height determined from point on the earth's (water) surface located directly under the object of measurement to this object;
height relative - distance down from the specified datum level to the level, point or the object accepted for point;
relief height - the absolute altitude of land relief;
flight height - distance down from certain level to AF;
height of the lower bound of clouds - distance down between earth's (water) surface and the lower bound of the lowest cloud cover;
transition height - the established height for transfer of scale of pressure of barometric altimeter into standard pressure in case of set of the set echelon;
decision making height (further - VPR) - height established for precision approach at which overshoot maneuvre shall be begun if before achievement of this height by the commander of AF the necessary visual contact with reference points for continuation of landing approach or provision AF in space was not come or parameters of its movement do not ensure safety of landing;
border of action of permission - boundary (Item), to which really air traffic control clearance issued on flight execution;
aerodrome pressure - atmospheric pressure at the level of working threshold of the runway;
standard atmospheric pressure - set value of pressure of 1013,25 of hectopascal (760 millimeters of mercury or 1013,25 of millibar);
deltadry (paradry) - the site of the land surface with slope prepared and marked for placement, take off and landing of hang gliders (paraplanes);
demonstration flight - flight for the purpose of display of opportunities of AF, piloting skill (display of aviation equipment, aviation parade, etc.);
the airship - the lighter-than-air aircraft set in motion by the power unit;
flight request - the document of the established sample (flight plan, the preliminary plan of flight, the repeating flight plan, etc.) containing necessary data for providing and flight execution;
stocked obstacle clearances - the minimum distance down from AF to the horizontal surface passing through vertex of the obstacle considered in the established borders;
airfield area (flight) - part of airspace of the established sizes for accomplishment of flying missions;
takeoff area and landings - part of airspace of the established sizes within which AF carries out maneuvering in case of take-off and landing approach;
the temporary restricted area of flights - part of airspace of the limited sizes which is established by operational body of the Single system of air traffic management (further - the EU air traffic management) for the organization of use of airspace requiring temporary air space reservation, input of short-term restrictions or for the purpose of carrying out search and wreckings for the term of no more than 24 hours according to the procedure, determined by the Instruction for use of airspace of the Minsk district of the flight information approved by the resolution of the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Belarus of January 8, 2004 No. 1 (The national register of legal acts of the Republic of Belarus, 2004, No. 26, 8/10534) (further - the Minsk RPI);
the prohibited area - part of airspace of the established sizes within which use of airspace without special permission is forbidden;
restriction zone - part of airspace of the established sizes within which use of airspace is limited to certain conditions;
the waiting area - the part of airspace of the established sizes located, as a rule, over radio navigational point of airfield (the terminal area, airline hub) and intended for expectation of AF of the queue of landing approach or aerodrome approach;
the danger area - part of airspace of the established sizes within which during certain period the activities posing safety hazard of flights of AF can be performed;
zone (corridor) special - the part of airspace of the established sizes intended for accomplishment of test flights, aerial refueling, flights at small and extremely small heights, rockets firings, aerial gunneries and other special flights;
area navigation (further - ZNAV) - the navigation method allowing AF to carry out flight on any trajectory within action of radio lighthouse navaids or in the limits determined by opportunities of special autonomous means or their combinations;
the aircraft commander (further - the commander of AF) - person having in stipulated by the legislation cases of the Republic of Belarus the certificate (certificate) of the pilot (pilot), and also the preparation and experience necessary for independent management of AF of certain type;
checkpoint of airfield (further - KTA) - the point determining location of airfield in the chosen coordinate system;
circle of flights - the established route (scheme) in the terminal area on which or as regards which climb after take-off, landing approach, holding, flight over airfield or exit of AF out of limits of airfield are carried out;
route of area navigation (further - route of ZNAV) - the route of air traffic maintenance (further - Department of Internal Affairs) established for flights of AF which can apply ZNAV;
local airline (further - MVL) - the corridor limited on height and width in airspace intended for flights of AF at heights below the lower echelon and secure Department of Internal Affairs;
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 absolute altitude of relief of 1000 m and more;
hilly terrain - the area with the crossed relief and relative excesses of relief from 200 to 500 m in radius of 25 km;
plain terrain - the area with relative excesses of relief less than 200 m in radius of 25 km;
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