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I.O.'S ORDER OF THE MINISTER OF INVESTMENTS AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN

of February 24, 2015 No. 169

About approval of Rules of providing air vehicles with aeronautical information of operators

(as amended on 28-11-2016)

According to subitem 41-18) of Item 1 of article 14 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 providing air vehicles with aeronautical information of operators.

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 printed publicity materials and information system of law of Ad_let of 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";

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.

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

The acting minister on investments and development of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Zh. Kasymbek

 

Approved by the Order of the acting minister on investments and development of the Republic of Kazakhstan of February 24, 2015 No. 169

Rules of providing air vehicles with aeronautical information of operators

1. General provisions

1. These rules of providing air vehicles with aeronautical information of operators (further - Rules) determine procedure for providing air vehicles with aeronautical information of operators which is provided in zones of responsibility of bodies of air traffic maintenance of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

2. Requirements of these rules are fulfilled by all service employees and aeronautical personnel of the companies, organizations and civil aviation organizations participating in the organization and providing air vehicles with aeronautical information of operators.

3. The main determinations and terms used in these rules:

1) absolute altitude - distance down from mean level of the sea to the level, point or the object accepted for point;

2) aspects of human factor - the principles applicable to design processes, certification, trainings, maintenance and operational activities 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;

3) aeronautical information - information obtained as a result of collection, the analysis and data processing for the purposes of flight servicing of air vehicles, air traffic maintenance and air traffic control;

4) service of management of aeronautical information - the service created in specifically established action area which bears responsibility for provision of the aeronautical information (data) necessary for safety control, regularity and efficiency of aerial navigation;

5) aeronautical data - statement of aeronautical actual data, concepts or instructions in the formalized procedure suitable for communication, interpretations or processings;

6) the aeronautical chart - the conditional image of the site of the land surface, its relief and artificial features which is specially intended for air navigation;

7) the collection of aeronautical information - the publication issued or authorized by the Republic of Kazakhstan which contains the long-term aeronautical information which is important for air navigation;

8) amendment to the collection of aeronautical information - the temporary changes made to information containing in the collection of aeronautical information, and published on separate pages;

9) the correction to the collection of aeronautical information - the permanent changes made to information, containing in the collection of aeronautical information;

10) the circular letter of aeronautical information - the notification containing information which does not require release of NOTAM or its inclusion in the collection of aeronautical information, but which concerns safety issues of flights or aeronautical, technical, administrative and legal issues;

11) resolution capacity (permission) - the number of units or digits determining procedure for the value used measured or calculated;

12) authorized body in the field of civil aviation - the central actuator performing management in the field of use of airspace of the Republic of Kazakhstan and activities of civil and experimental aviation;

13) area navigation - the navigation method allowing air vehicles to carry out flight on any desirable trajectory within the action area of radio lighthouse navaids or in the limits determined by opportunities of autonomous means or their combination;

14) the minimum absolute altitude of flight in zone - the minimum absolute altitude which is subject to use in instrument meteorological conditions and providing the minimum inventory of height over obstacles within the established zone which is usually determined by parallels and meridians;

15) information product - data array or set of data arrays which answers the specification of information product;

16) instrument approach chart - series of in advance planned maneuvers which are carried out on flight control instruments, in case of observance of the established requirements providing prevention of collision with obstacles from checkpoint of initial approach or, in appropriate cases, from the beginning of the established arrival route to point from where landing can be executed and if landing is not executed, then to point from which criteria of flight of obstacles in the waiting area or on route are applied;

17) exceeding - distance down from mean level of the sea to point or the level of earth's surface or the related object;

18) the absolute altitude of arrival in the terminal area - the smallest absolute altitude which will provide the minimum inventory of height in 300 meters (1000 foot) over all objects located in alignment of arch of circle with a radius of 46 kilometers (25 nautical miles) with the center in checkpoint of initial approach or if the point of initial approach is absent, checkpoint of intermediate approach, limited to the straight lines connecting the ends of this arch to point of intermediate approach;

19) airfield - certain site terrestrial or surface of the water (including any buildings, constructions and the equipment), intended fully or partially for arrival, departure and movement on this surface of air vehicles;

20) airway - Controlled airspace or its part in the form of corridor;

21) checkpoint of airfield - the point determining the geographic location of airfield;

22) route of air traffic maintenance - the established route which is intended for movement direction of flow for the purpose of ensuring air traffic maintenance;

23) air traffic maintenance - the general term meaning in appropriate cases flight and information servicing, the emergency notification, advisory service of air traffic, dispatching air traffic maintenance (district dispatching servicing, dispatching servicing of approach or airdrome dispatching service);

24) exceeding of airfield - exceeding of the highest point of the landing area;

25) operational minima of airfield - restriction of use of airfield for:

take-off, expressed in the sizes RVR and/or visibility and, if necessary, by overcast parameters;

the landings in case of accomplishment of precision approaches and landings expressed in the sizes of visibility and/or RVR and absolute/relative altitude of decision making corresponding to operational category;

the landings in case of accomplishment of landing approaches and landings with guidance in elevation expressed in sizes of visibility and/or RVR and absolute/relative altitude of decision making;

the landings in case of accomplishment of inexact landing approaches and landings expressed in sizes of visibility and/or RVR, MDA/H and, if necessary, by overcast parameters;

26) base - any size or number of sizes which can serve as the beginning or basis of counting of other sizes;

27) relief - the roughnesses of earth's surface transferred on aeronautical charts by horizontals, tone hypsometry, washing or elevation marks;

28) the integrated packet of aeronautical information - the packet consisting of the following elements:

the collection of aeronautical information, including corrections;

amendments to the collection of aeronautical information;

NOTAM and bulletin of preflight information;

circular letter of aeronautical information;

checklists and lists of the operating NOTAM;

29) vektoreniye - ensuring navigation guidance of air vehicles by means of specifying of certain rates on the basis of use of watch system of air traffic maintenance;

30) geoid wave (geoid height) - distance (positive value or negative value) between surface of geoid and surface mathematically certain reference ellipsoid;

31) geoid - the equipotential surface of gravitational field of Earth matching with nonperturbed mean level of the sea and its continuation under continents. The geoid has irregular shape owing to local gravitational perturbations and the direction of gravitational force represents perpendicular to geoid surface in any point;

32) glide path - the decrease profile established for vertical targeting on final approach;

33) Gregorian calendar - the commonly accepted calendar; it is introduced in 1582 for the first time for determination of year which more precisely in comparison with Julian calendar corresponds to solar year;

34) accuracy - degree of compliance of the settlement or measured value to true value. Measuring accuracy of location is expressed by distance from the declared location within which as it is established with certain degree of probability, there is true location;

35) quality of data - degree or probability level of the fact that provided data meet user requirements of data from the point of view of accuracy, permission and integrity;

36) set of data arrays - set of the data arrays meeting the identical specification of product;

37) data array - certain data set;

38) communication "the dispatcher - the pilot" on air-ground data link - communicating device between the dispatcher and the pilot for the purpose of air traffic maintenance with use of air-ground data link;

39) the scheme of go-around - procedure to which it is necessary to adhere in case of impossibility of continuation of landing approach;

40) missed approach point - point in instrument approach chart in which or to which for providing the minimum inventory of height over obstacles flight according to the ordered scheme of go-around shall begin;

41) cover - naked Earth taking into account the relative height of vegetation;

42) the touchdown zone - the site of landing strip behind its threshold intended for the first contact of landing strip with the landing airplanes;

43) the touchdown zone and separation - the site bearing loading on which the helicopter can carry out landing or separation;

44) the area - the Earth's surface with such natural elements as mountains, hills, ridges, valleys, accumulations of water, eternal ice and snow, excepting artificial obstacles;

45) the surface of accounting of data on area obstacles - the certain surface used for the purpose of creation of data on obstacles (area);

46) point of way - the specific geographical Item used for determination of route of area navigation or flight path of the air vehicle applying area navigation. Points of way are designated or:

point of way Fly-bay - point of way which provides turn lead for the purpose of providing exit to the following route segment or the scheme on tangent; or point of way "flayover" - point of way in which the turn for the purpose of exit to the following route segment or schemes begins;

47) track line - projection of flight path of the air vehicle to the Earth's surface which direction in any its point is usually expressed in degrees of the corner counted from the northern direction (true, magnetic or conditional meridians);

48) working area - the part of airfield intended for take-off, landing and taxing of air vehicles, consisting of the maneuvering area and the platform (platforms);

49) the displaced landing strip threshold - the threshold located not at landing strip end face;

50) the absolute altitude of flight of obstacles - the minimum absolute altitude over exceeding of the corresponding threshold of landing strip or in appropriate cases over exceeding of airfield, used for ensuring compliance with the corresponding criteria of flight of obstacles;

51) relative obstacle clearance altitude - the minimum relative height over exceeding of the corresponding threshold of landing strip or in appropriate cases over exceeding of airfield, used for ensuring compliance with the corresponding criteria of flight of obstacles;

52) zone, free from obstacles - airspace over inner surface of landing approach, inner transitional surfaces and the surface of go-around in case of balked landing and part of the flying strip limited to these surfaces in which no motionless obstacle, except lung on weight and on the fragile basis, necessary for the air navigation purposes acts;

53) the minimum absolute altitude of flight of obstacles - the minimum absolute altitude of flight on certain site which provides necessary inventory of height over obstacles;

54) strip, free from obstacles - the certain rectangular site which is under control of the relevant authority terrestrial or surface of the water, the airplane chosen or prepared as the suitable site, over which can make part of initial climb up to the established height;

55) obstacle - all motionless (temporary or permanent) and mobile objects or part them, which:

are placed in the zone intended for movement of air vehicles on surface;

tower over the certain surface intended for safety control of air vehicles in flight;

are outside these certain surfaces and are regarded as constituting danger to aerial navigation;

56) reversal procedure - the scheme allowing the air vehicle to change the direction on the initial site of instrument approach chart. This maneuver can include procedure turns or base-leg turns;

57) horizontal - the line on the map or the scheme connecting points of equal exceeding;

58) the mission profile in the waiting area - in advance determined maneuver allowing the air vehicle to remain within certain airspace waiting for the subsequent permission;

59) the danger area - airspace of the established sizes within which during certain periods of time the activities constituting danger to flights of air vehicles can be performed;

60) zone of final approach and take-off - the established zone over which the final stage of maneuver of landing approach to the mode of hanging or landing is completed and with which the take-off maneuver begins. When the zone of final approach and take-off be used by helicopters with class flight technical characteristics 1, this established zone includes the located rejected take-off area;

61) terminal phase of landing approach - the site of instrument approach chart within which exit in alignment of landing strip and decrease is made for landing;

62) final approach - that part of instrument approach chart which begins in the established checkpoint (or point) final approach, or in the absence of such point:

at the end of the last procedure turn, base-leg turn or turn on inbound track in the "hippodrome" scheme if that is provided; or

in point of exit to the last track line in approach chart also comes to an end in terminal area point from which landing can be executed or go-around is begun;

63) checkpoint (or point) final approach - checkpoint (or point) instrument approach chart in which the final approach begins;

64) initial approach segment - the site of instrument approach chart between checkpoint of initial approach and checkpoint of intermediate approach or, in appropriate cases, checkpoint (or points) final approach;

65) the touchdown zone - the site of landing strip behind its threshold intended for the first contact of landing strip with the landing airplanes;

66) intermediate approach segment - the site of instrument approach chart respectively between checkpoint of intermediate approach and checkpoint (or point) final approach or between the end of the reversal procedure, the "hippodrome" scheme or track line laid by notation method, and checkpoint (or point) final approach;

67) the scheme of contact approach - series of in advance planned maneuvers which are carried out on visual cues from checkpoint of initial approach or, in appropriate cases, from the beginning of the established arrival route to point with which landing can be executed and after which if landing is not executed, the scheme of go-around can be executed;

68) precision approach procedure - instrument approach chart with use of information on azimuth and the glide path issued to ILS or RAR;

69) the connection address - the established code used for connection of air-ground data link to body of air traffic maintenance;

70) magnetic declination - corner between the northern direction of true and magnetic meridians;

71) the minimum absolute altitude of en route flight - the absolute altitude of flight on route segment which provides adequate acceptance of signals of the corresponding navaids and communicating device of air traffic maintenance corresponds to structure of airspace and provides necessary inventory of height over obstacles;

72) the maneuvering area - part of airfield, excepting platforms, intended for take-off, landing and taxing of air vehicles;

73) metadata - data on data;

74) location (geographical) - coordinates (width and longitude) with binding to mathematically certain reference ellipsoid which determine the location of point on the Earth's surface;

75) the absolute altitude of transition - the absolute altitude at which or below which the provision of the air vehicle in the vertical plane is given in sizes of absolute altitude;

76) the platform - the certain area of overland airfield intended for placement of air vehicles for the purpose of landing or disembarkation of passengers, loading or unloading of mail or loads, gas station, the parking or maintenance;

77) tone hypsometry - consecutive gradation of the flowers and their shades applied to display of extent of exceeding of the area;

78) taxing route - the established trajectory of movement of helicopters from one part of helidrome in another. The route of taxing includes air or land RD for taxing of helicopters which passes on center line of route of taxing;

79) taxiway - the certain way in overland airfield established for taxing of air vehicles and intended for connection of one part of airfield with another including:

strip of taxing of the air vehicle on the parking - the part of the platform designated as taxiway and intended for ensuring approach only to stalls of air vehicles;

apron taxiway. The part of system of taxiways located on the platform and intended for providing route of taxing through the platform;

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