Introduction

1.1  The Air Navigation (Overseas Territories) Order requires that a Territory-registered aircraft must not fly in areas with specified performance navigation unless it is equipped with navigation equipment that complies with published requirements and the operator has been approved by the Governor.

1.2  OTAR Parts 91, 125, 135 & 121, (Part SPA Section II, Operations in areas with specified navigational performance), requires that the operator satisfies the following in order to gain such an approval:

a)  demonstrate that the navigation equipment meets the required performance in terms of navigation functionality, accuracy, integrity, availability and continuity; and

b)  establish and maintain a training programme for the flight crew involved in these operations; and

c)  establish operating procedures specifying:

  1. the equipment to be carried, including its operating limitations and appropriate entries in the Minimum Equipment List (MEL);
  2. flight crew composition and experience requirements;
  3. normal procedures;
  4. contingency procedures;
  5. incident reporting;
  6. navigation database integrity.

Explanation of Terms Associated with Performance Based Navigation


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