of March 26, 2015 No. 346
About approval of Rules of meteorological ensuring civil aviation of the Republic of Kazakhstan
According to Item 2 of article 35 of the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan "About use of airspace of the Republic of Kazakhstan and activities of aircraft" PRIKAZYVAYU:
1. Approve the enclosed Rules of meteorological ensuring civil aviation of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
2. To committee of civil aviation of the Ministry for Investments and Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan (Seydakhmetov B. K.) provide:
1) in the procedure established by the legislation state registration of this order in the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan;
2) within ten calendar days after state registration of this order in the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan the direction it the copy on official publication in periodic printing editions and information system of law of Ad_let;
3) placement of this order on Internet resource of the Ministry for Investments and Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan and on the intranet portal of state bodies;
4) within ten working days after state registration of this order in the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan submission to Legal department of the Ministry for Investments and Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan of data on execution of the actions provided by subitems 1), 2) and 3) of Item 2 of this order.
3. I reserve control of execution of this order.
The acting minister on investments and development of the Republic of Kazakhstan
It is approved
Minister of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan
April 24, 2015
B. School student
Approved by the Order of the acting minister on investments and development of the Republic of Kazakhstan of March 26, 2015 No. 346
1. Rules of meteorological ensuring civil aviation of the Republic of Kazakhstan (further - Rules) are developed according to Item 2 of article 35 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" (further - the Law), and also based on the international standards and recommended practice of International civil aviation (further - ICAO) in the field of meteorological providing stated in annex 3 to the Convention on international civil aviation and the Technical regulation of the World Meteorological Organization (further - VMO).
2. The main determinations and terms used in these rules:
1) absolute altitude (the reduced abbreviation in English of ALT (further - ALT) - distance down from the average level of the sea (the reduced abbreviation in English of MSL (further - MSL) to the level, point or the object accepted for point;
2) the air fixed service (the reduced abbreviation in English of AFS (further - AFS) - the service of telecommunication between the certain fixed Items intended, mainly, for safety of air navigation, and also regularity, efficiency and profitability of air traffics;
3) network of the aviation fixed telecommunication (the reduced abbreviation in English of AFTN (further - AFTN) - the world system of the aviation fixed chains which is part of the air fixed service and providing exchange of messages and (or) digital data between the aviation fixed stations with similar or compatible coherent characteristics;
4) aviation works - the specialized transactions which are carried out by the operator using civil aircrafts for the benefit of other physical and (or) legal entities;
5) the aviation meteorological station - the station intended for carrying out observations and creation of the meteorological reports which are subject to use in the international air navigation;
6) the aviation user - operators, members of flight crew, bodies of servicing of air traffic, bodies of search and rescue service, administration of the airports and other organizations, the physical and (or) legal entities using meteorological information in the aviation purposes;
7) automatic dependent observation (the reduced abbreviation in English of ADS (further - ADS) - method of observation according to which aircrafts automatically provide on data line information obtained from traffic guidance systems and systems of determination of location including identification index of the aircraft, data on its location in four measurements and, if necessary, additional data;
8) aspects of human factor - the principles applicable to design processes, certification, trainings, operational activities and maintenance in aircraft and aimed at ensuring safe interaction between the person and other components of system by means of proper accounting of opportunities of the person;
9) the world system of zone forecasts (further - VSZP) - the world system providing representation in the uniform standardized form of aviation meteorological forecasts for route by world centers of zone forecasts;
10) world center of zone forecasts (further - VTsZP) - the meteorological center intended for preparation and mailing it is direct to the states of forecasts of the special phenomena of weather, high-rise forecasts in digital form on a global scale, using the corresponding opportunities of the air fixed service;
11) excess - distance down from the average level of the sea to point or the level of the land surface or the related object;
12) the instrument flight rules (further - PPP) - the rules providing accomplishment of flights on flight navigation instruments in case of mandatory control from bodies of servicing of air traffic and providing with them the established echeloning intervals between aircrafts;
13) the collection of aeronautical information (the reduced abbreviation in English of AIP (further - AIP) - the publication issued or authorized by the state which contains the long-term aeronautical information which is important for air navigation;
14) the Relevant authority of servicing of air traffic - the relevant authority appointed by the state on which responsibility for ensuring servicing of air traffic within this airspace is conferred;
15) airfield - certain site terrestrial or surface of the water (including buildings, constructions and the equipment), intended fully or partially for arrival, departure and movement on this surface of aircrafts;
16) the area of airfield - airspace over airfield and the area adjoining to it in the established borders in the horizontal and vertical plane;
17) airdrome control office - the body intended for ensuring dispatching servicing of airfield movement;
18) control point of airfield - the point determining the geographic location of airfield;
19) excess of airfield - the absolute altitude of the highest point of landing strip (the highest point of the landing area);
20) the airfield climatological table - the table containing statistical data about results of observation of one or several meteorological elements in airfield;
21) the airfield climatological report - the summary of results of observation of certain meteorological elements in airfield based on statistical data;
22) airfield meteorological body - body which is intended for meteorological providing the international air navigation in airfield;
23) the aircraft - any device supported in the atmosphere due to its interaction with air excepting interaction with the air reflected from the land surface;
24) observation from aircraft board - assessment of one or several meteorological elements made onboard the aircraft which is in flight;
25) the commander of the aircraft - the pilot appointed the operator or, in case of aircraft of general purpose, the owner of the aircraft to carry out obligations of the commander and to be responsible for safe accomplishment of flight;
26) body of servicing of air traffic - the general term meaning body of dispatching servicing of air traffic, the center of flight information or collection point for the reports concerning servicing of air traffic in appropriate cases;
27) the airway - the airspace in the form of corridor intended for flights of aircrafts and equipped with aeronautical devices;
28) the prevailing visibility - the greatest value of the visibility observed according to determination of the term "visibility" which is reached within half of the line of the horizon or within half of surface of airfield. The surveyed space can include adjacent or non-adjacent sectors.
This value can be determined by the people observing and/or by means of tool systems. When devices are established, they are used for the best assessment of the prevailing visibility;
29) the high-rise card - the meteorological chart for certain high-rise surface or atmospheric layer;
30) the forecast (weathers) - the description of the weather conditions expected at some point or period of time in certain zone, or part of airspace;
31) the prognostic card - graphical representation on the card of the forecast, certain meteorological element(s) for certain moment or period of time for certain surface or part of airspace;
32) the aircraft report (aircraft) - the aircraft report of the aircraft which is in flight which is constituted according to requirements for data message on location, the course of accomplishment of flight and (or) weather conditions;
33) briefing (English Briefing, from brief - short) - preflight information and advisory servicing of flight crews of aircrafts;
34) level - the general term relating to provision in the vertical plane of the aircraft which is in flight and the relative height, absolute altitude or the echelon of flight meaning in appropriate cases;
35) the dispatching area - the controlled airspace stretching up from the border established over the land surface;
36) not equipped landing strip - the landing strip intended for the aircrafts which are carrying out visual landing approach;
37) the area flat - the area with relative excesses of relief to 200 meters in radius of 25 kilometers;
38) control office of approach (further - DPP) - the body intended for ensuring dispatching servicing of the controlled flights of the aircrafts which are arriving to one or several airfields or taking off from them;
39) the advisory center for volcanic ash (the reduced abbreviation in English of VAAC (further - VAAC) - the meteorological center appointed according to the regional aeronautical agreement for provision of advisory information to bodies of meteorological tracking, district dispatch centers, the centers of flight information, VTsZP and the ORMET international banks of rather horizontal and vertical capacity and the predicted movement of volcanic ash in the atmosphere after volcanic eruptions;
40) local air-line (further - MVL) - the corridor in the lower airspace limited on height and width and intended for accomplishment of flights of aircrafts;
41) incident - any event, except aviation incident, connected with use of the aircraft which influences or could affect safety of operation;
42) consultation - discussion with the meteorologist or other expert of the actual and (or) expected weather conditions connected with flight accomplishment (discussion includes answers to questions);
43) landing zone - the site of landing strip behind its threshold intended for the first contact of landing strip with the landing planes;
44) reserve airfield - airfield where the aircraft can go if it is impossible or inexpedient to follow to airfield of the planned landing or to make on it landing on which there are necessary types and means of servicing corresponding to technical characteristics of the aircraft and which is in working order in the expected usage time.
The reserve airfield in case of take-off - airfield in which the aircraft will be able to make landing if in it there is need soon after take-off and is not possible to use airfield of departure.
Reserve airfield on route - airfield in which the aircraft will be able to make landing if during flight along route it turned out that it is necessary to leave on reserve airfield.
Reserve airfield of destination - airfield in which the aircraft if it is impossible or inexpedient to make landing in airfield of the planned landing will be able to make landing;
the greatest distance at which it is possible to differentiate and identify the black object of the acceptable sizes located near the earth in case of its observation on light background (a);
the greatest distance at which it is possible to differentiate and identify fires luminous intensity about 1000 cd on dark background (b).
These two distances have various values in air with the set absorption coefficient, and last (b) depends on illumination of background, and the first is characterized by meteorological optical visible range (MOR);
46) cruiser echelon - the echelon maintained during considerable part of flight;
47) difficult weather conditions - conditions under which meteorological visibility makes 2000 meters and less and (or) height of the lower bound of clouds of 200 meters and below in case of their total quantity more than two octants;
48) Item of transfer of the report - certain geographical reference point concerning which location of the aircraft can be reported;
49) meteorological information - the meteorological report, the analysis, the forecast and any other message concerning the actual or expected weather conditions;
50) meteorological observation - assessment of one or several meteorological elements;
51) representativeness of meteorological observations - typicalness (pokazatelnost) of the meteorological data for condition of the atmosphere determined (measured) in airfield;
52) the meteorological bulletin - the text including meteorological information under the corresponding heading;
53) the meteorological report - the message on results of observations of the weather conditions relating to certain time and the place;
54) meteorological body "Supplier of MET of servicing" - the body intended for meteorological providing the international air navigation;
55) the meteorological satellite - the artificial Earth satellite making meteorological observations and transferring results of these observations to Earth;
56) meteorological authority - the authority performing meteorological providing the international air navigation or organizing such providing on behalf of the contracting state;
57) instructing - oral consultation on the actual and/or expected weather conditions;
58) octant - the eighth part of the heavenly code;
59) orography - the description of various elements of relief (ridges, heights, hollows and so forth) and their classification by external signs regardless of origin;
60) whirl of the circle is such condition of flow in case of which, the sizes characterizing it experience random changes in time and in space, such that it is possible to determine their statistical typical average characteristics;
61) the operator - the physical person or legal entity which is engaged in operation of civil aircrafts or offering the services in this area;
62) broadcasting transfer of ATIS (the reduced abbreviation in English of ATIS (further - ATIS) - the regular broadcasting transfer intended for operational providing crews of aircrafts around airfield by necessary meteorological and flight information;
63) representative observations - observations, in the maximum degree free from local influences and the atmospheres characterizing condition in the big area, observations indicative for general synoptic provision;
64) relative height - distance down from the specified initial level to the level, point or the object accepted for point;
65) quality management - the methods and operational types of activity used for fulfillment of requirements to quality (ISO 9000 *);
66) the common directorship quality - those aspects of general management function which determine policy in the field of quality the purposes and responsibility, and also perform them by means of such means as quality planning, quality management, quality assurance and improvement of quality, within the quality system (ISO 9000 *);
67) quality assurance - all planned and systematically performed types of activity within the quality system and also confirmed as necessary for creation of sufficient confidence that object will fulfill quality requirements (ISO 9000 *);
68) the minimum absolute altitude in the sector - the smallest absolute altitude which can be used and which will provide the minimum inventory of height of 300 meters (1000 feet) over all objects which are in the sector of circle with a radius of 46 km (25 nautical miles) in which center radio navigational means is located;
69) standard isobaric surface - the isobaric surface used in the world scale for graphical representation and the analysis of atmospheric conditions;
70) mountain airfield - the airfield located on the area with the crossed relief and relative excesses of 500 meters and more in radius of 25 kilometers from control point of airfield (further - KTA), and also the airfield located at the height of 1000 meters and more above sea level;
71) the area hilly - the area with relative excess of relief from 200 to 500 meters in radius of 25 kilometers;
72) the area mountain - the area with the crossed relief and relative excesses of 500 meters and more in radius of 25 kilometers, and also the area with excess above sea level 2000 meters and more;
73) visibility vertical - the maximum distance from the Earth's surface to the level from which vertically objects on the land surface are visible down;
74) tropical cyclone - the general term for designation not of frontal cyclone of the synoptic scale arising in the ocean of tropical or subtropical zone with the convective and developed cyclonic circulation of ground wind expressed;
75) the advisory center for tropical cyclones - the meteorological center appointed according to the regional aeronautical agreement for provision of advisory information to bodies of meteorological tracking, VTsZP and the ORMET international banks concerning the location, the predicted direction and speed from movement, pressure in the center and the maximum ground wind of tropical cyclone;
76) turbulence - movement of air in case of which air particles make the unsteady chaotic movement on difficult trajectories. In the atmosphere whirl usually is characterized by availability of whirlwinds of various sizes moving with various speed generally (average) air flow. Vortex nature of movement of air causes availability in turbulent zone of sign-variable pulsations of wind speed, including the pulsations of vertical component of wind having significant effect on flight of the aircraft;
77) airfield temporary - the airfield intended for ensuring flights of aircrafts during certain period of year and which does not have fixed constructions and the equipment, but being subject to accounting and registration in accordance with the established procedure;
78) the region of flight information (further - RPI) - airspace of certain sizes within which flight information servicing and the emergency notification are provided;
79) the center of flight information - the body intended for ensuring flight and information servicing and the emergency notification;
80) the airfield - part of airfield on which one or several flight strips, rulezhny paths, platforms and platforms of special purpose are located;
81) management of flights - implementation of powers concerning the beginning, continuations or the ends of flight, and also change of route for the benefit of safety of the aircraft, regularity and efficiency of flight;
82) flight plan - the document of the established form containing certain data on the planned flight or the parts of flight of the aircraft provided by the pilot, crew or the operator to bodies of servicing of air traffic and (or) air traffic control;
83) landing strip (further - the runway) - the certain rectangular site of overland airfield prepared for landing and take-off of aircrafts;
84) visible range on the runway (the reduced abbreviation in English of RVR) - distance within which the pilot of the aircraft which is on the axial line of the runway can see marking signs on the surfaces of the runway or fires limiting the runway or the axial line designating it;
85) landing strip threshold - the beginning of the site of the runway which can be used for landing;
86) the safe height of flight - minimum admissible flight altitude guaranteeing the aircraft against collision with land (water) surface or obstacles in it;
87) flight documentation - the handwritten or printed documents, including cards or forms which contain meteorological information for flight;
88) cloud, significant for flights - cloud with the lower bound at the height of 1 500 meters (5 000 foot) or below the greatest minimum height in the sector in dependence because that it is more, either cumulus cumulonimbus cloud or bashenkoobrazny cumulus cloud at any height;
89) the member of flight crew - the crew member having the certificate to whom the obligations connected with control of the aircraft during working flight hours are assigned;
90) flight echelon - the surface of constant atmospheric pressure carried to the established size of pressure 1013,2 of hectopascal (gp) and remote from other such surfaces at size of the established pressure intervals.
The barometric altimeter graduated according to the standard atmosphere:
in case of installation on QNH will show absolute altitude;
in case of installation on QFE will show relative height over reference point of QFE;
in case of installation on pressure 1013, ((gpa) can be used for specifying of echelons of flight.
The terms "relative height" and "absolute altitude", mean instrument, but not geometrical relative and absolute altitudes;
91) data in nodes of regular grid in digital form - the meteorological data processed on the electronic computer for group of the points which are regularly located on the card intended for transfer from one meteorological electronic computer another in the code form suitable for use in the automated systems;
92) the forecast approximate - the forecast constituted on aero synoptic materials in the absence of initial meteorological information;
93) the visual flight rules (further - PVP) - rules in case of which the established intervals between aircrafts and other material objects in air by visual observation by the pilot of air situation are observed;
94) the coordination center of search and rescue - the body bearing responsibility for providing the effective organization of work of search and rescue service and for coordination of carrying out search and rescue transactions within the area of search and rescue;
95) body of search and rescue service - the general term meaning the coordination center of search and rescue, the auxiliary center of search and rescue or post of the emergency notification under various circumstances;
96) information of AIRMET (abbreviation in English of AIRMET (further - AIRMET) - information on the actual or expected emergence of certain phenomena of weather on flight route issued by body of meteorological tracking which can affect safety of flights at small heights and which were not included in the forecast constituted for flights at small heights in the respective region of flight information or his subrayena;
97) the zone forecast (abbreviation in English of GAMET (further - GAMET) - the forecast constituted by clear text with reducings for flights at small heights, in relation to the region of flight information or its subrayon the airfield meteorological body appointed by meteorological authority, and transferred to airfield meteorological bodies of the neighboring regions of flight information under the agreement with meteorological authority;
98) information of ORMET - the data of observations and forecasts used for ensuring flights of aircrafts;
99) information of SIGMET (abbreviation in English of SIGMET (further - SIGMET) - information on the actual or expected emergence of certain phenomena of weather on flight route which can affect safety of flights of aircrafts, issued by meteorological body of tracking;
100) pressure in airfield of QFE (abbreviation in English of QFE (further - QFE) - atmospheric pressure in millimeters of mercury column (further - mm Hg) or hectopascals (further - gpa) at the level of runway threshold;
101) pressure of QNH (abbreviation in English of QNH (further - QNH) - the atmospheric pressure in hectopascals specified to the average level of the sea for the standard atmosphere;
102) VOLMET-meteorological information for the aircrafts which are in flight.
Data line of VOLMET (D-VOLMET). Provision of the current regular meteorological aerodrome reports (METAR) and special meteorological aerodrome reports (SPECI), forecasts for airfield (TAF), information of SIGMET, special aircraft reports and, in the presence, messages of AIRMET on data line.
Broadcasting VOLMET broadcast. Provision in appropriate cases of the current reports of METAR, SPECI, forecasts of TAF and information of SIGMET by means of the continuous and repeating speech broadcast.
3. The purpose of meteorological ensuring civil aviation of the Republic of Kazakhstan is assistance to safe, regular and effective implementation of flights which is reached by supply of operators, members of flight crew, bodies of servicing of air traffic (further - Department of Internal Affairs), of bodies of search and rescue service, administration of the airports and other bodies connected with accomplishment and ensuring flights, the meteorological information necessary for accomplishment of their functions.
4. The organization of representation of meteorological servicing of the international air navigation is performed by meteorological authority.
5. The meteorological authority will organize meteorological providing for supply of users: operators, members of flight crew, bodies of Department of Internal Affairs, search and rescue services, administrations of the airports and other bodies connected with implementation or ensuring flights, the meteorological information necessary for accomplishment of their functions.
6. The meteorological authority will organize activities of airfield meteorological bodies according to requirements of these rules for provision of meteorological servicing for requirements satisfaction of aviation users.
7. The meteorological authority holds consultations with operators, bodies of Department of Internal Affairs and other services of civil aviation concerning the organization of meteorological providing.
8. The meteorological authority provides observance of requirements of VMO to qualification and training of the personnel performing meteorological ensuring civil aviation.
9. The meteorological authority performs methodical management of activities of all airfield meteorological bodies.
10. The meteorological authority provides observance of observations by high-quality airfield meteorological bodies and correct functioning of devices and means of display of meteorological information.
11. Control and supervision of provision of meteorological ensuring flights in the sphere of civil aviation, and also check of activities and quality of the provided services performs authorized body in the sphere of civil aviation according to subitem 31 of item 1 of Art. 14 of the Law.
12. Between the parties providing and using meteorological information on the questions important for provision of meteorological servicing of aviation users the continuous communication is kept.
13. Official data on the actual and prognostic weather in airfield based on which decisions on departure, take off and landing of aircrafts are made are the data provided by airfield meteorological body.
14. Meteorological providing aviation users in specific airfield is performed by airfield meteorological body, according to the Instruction for meteorological ensuring flights in airfield approved by airfield meteorological body and approved with bodies of Department of Internal Affairs and administration of the airport which is developed according to the standard scheme of the instruction for meteorological ensuring flights in airfield, according to appendix 1 to these rules.
15. The meteorological authority provides development and deployment of the quality system organized properly which includes rules, the processes and resources necessary for implementation of the common directorship quality of the meteorological information provided to users.
16. The quality system, stipulated in Item 15 these rules, shall conform to standards of quality assurance of series 9000 International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and to be certified by authorized body in the field of quality management system.
17. The quality system shall meet the established requirements of the national and international documents regulating meteorological servicing of the international air navigation.
18. The quality system shall guarantee to users that the provided meteorological information meets the established requirements concerning geographical and spatial zone of its action, format and content, time and frequency of release and effective period of information, and also accuracy of measurements, observations and forecasts. In that case when the quality system shows that the meteorological information which is subject to provision to users does not meet the established requirements, and there are no corresponding automatic procedures of correction of mistakes, such information shall not be provided to users if it is not authorized by the sender.
19. The quality system shall provide procedures of check and confirmation and control facility of observance of the ordered schedules of transfer of the separate messages and/or bulletins which are subject to exchange and also terms of their representation for transfer. The quality system shall be capable to find excessive time of passing of the received messages and bulletins.
20. The meteorological authority performs confirmation of conformity of the applied quality system by the organization of internal and external audit.
21. The meteorological authority determines and takes necessary measures for elimination of the reason of the found discrepancy to ISO 9000:2000 quality standards.
22. The operator needing meteorological ensuring or change of nature of meteorological providing notifies on it meteorological authority or the relevant airfield meteorological organs. The minimum time for notification is established under the agreement between meteorological authority and the operator.
23. The meteorological authority is notified by the operator in cases if:
1) opening of new routes or accomplishment of new types of flights are planned;
2) the schedule of regular flights changes of long nature are made;
3) other changes influencing nature of meteorological providing are planned.
The notification contains all data necessary for meteorological body for planning of corresponding changes.
24. Operators or members of flight crew notify airfield meteorological body in the following cases:
1) about the schedule of flights;
2) when planning accomplishment of irregular flights;
3) in case of delay of flights, their accomplishment before the fixed time or cancellation.
25. The notification on separate flights sent to airfield meteorological body contains the following information (in case of regular flights, under the agreement between airfield meteorological body and the operator, all this information or its part are not specified):
1) airport of departure and estimated time of departure;
2) destination and estimated arrival time;
3) the set route of flight and estimated arrival time on intermediate airfield(s) and departure from it (them);
4) the necessary reserve airfields taken from the corresponding list containing in the regional aeronautical plan;
5) cruiser echelon;
6) flight type (according to the visual flight rules or flights on devices);
7) type of the meteorological information which is required for representation to the member of flight crew (flight documentation or consultation);
8) time of carrying out consultation and (or) submission of flight documentation.
26. VSZP provides meteorological authority and other consumers with global aviation forecasts of weather conditions on route in digital form by means of the comprehensive interconnected, world and uniform system in profitable form with use of the benefits provided with the implemented technologies.
27. The meteorological authority provides to airfield meteorological bodies access to products distributed within VSZP: from VTsZP and (or) the regional centers of zone forecasts (further - RTsZP).
28. VTsZP within system of zone forecasts:
1) prepares in nodes of regular grid for all required levels global forecasts:
cumulus cumulonimbus clouds;
winds at heights;
temperature and humidity at heights;
geopotential absolute altitude of echelons of flight;
tropopauza heights in terms of echelon of flight and temperature of tropopauza;
the directions and speeds of the maximum wind and its height in terms of flight echelon;
2) prepares global forecasts of the special phenomena of weather (SIGWX) in digital form;
3) distributes the forecasts specified in subitems 1) and 2) of this Item in digital form to meteorological authority and other users;
4) accepts information on emergency emission of radioactive materials in the atmosphere from the VMO corresponding regional specialized meteorological center, for the purpose of inclusion of this information in forecasts of SIGWX (the special phenomena of weather (the reduced abbreviation in English of SIGWX (further - SIGWX);
Comes into 5) and supports contacts with VAAC for exchange of information about volcanic activities for the purpose of coordination of inclusion of information on volcanic eruptions in forecasts of SIGWX.
29. Global forecasts of VTsZP of weather conditions represent forecasts for all required levels:
1) winds at heights;
2) temperature and air humidity at heights;
3) geopotential absolute altitude of echelons of flight;
4) tropopauza heights in terms of echelon of flight and temperature of tropopauza;
5) the directions and speeds of the maximum wind and its height in terms of flight echelon;
6) forecasts of the special phenomena of weather (SIGWX) in digital form.
30. Airfield meteorological bodies, using data VSZP in the code BUFR form, immediately notify the relevant VTsZP on those cases when in relation to the forecasts of SIGWX prepared by VTsZP the considerable discrepancies concerning come to light or are reported:
1) ice accretions, turbulence, cumulus cumulonimbus clouds which are hidden frequent, masked or happen along the line of squall, and sandy storms / dust storms;
2) volcanic eruptions or emission of the radioactive materials in the atmosphere important for production of flights of aircrafts.
VTsZP accepting the message directs to the originator confirmation about its acceptance together with the short note concerning the report and any activity undertakens, using the means of communication similar the applied originator.
Bodies of meteorological tracking
31. Treat airfield meteorological bodies:
1) the aviation meteorological center (further - AMTs);
2) aviation meteorological stations (further - AMSG) with synoptic part;
3) aviation meteorological stations (AMSG) without synoptic part.
32. The airfield meteorological body carries out as required for requirements satisfaction, the flights connected with production around airfield, the following functions:
Constitutes 1) and (or) receives forecasts and other corresponding to information for flights which it provides;
Constitutes 2) and (or) receives forecasts of local weather conditions;
3) is made by permanent observation of weather conditions around airfields for which forecasts are constituted;
4) instructs, consultations and submits flight documentation to members of flight crew and (or) other personnel connected with production of flights;
5) supplies aviation consumers with other meteorological information;
6) is made by display of the available meteorological information;
7) exchanges meteorological information with other meteorological bodies.
33. AMTs and AMSG with synoptic part perform the following functions:
1) make permanent observations of weather conditions in airfield;
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