Designators for Aircraft Operating Agencies, Aeronautical Authorities and Services (Doc /) – MULTILINGUAL. Published quarterly by ICAO under the authority of the Secretary General of the , July CAO Doc , Designators for Aircraft Operating Agencies. ICAO DOC Designators for Aircraft Operating Agencies Aeronautical Authorities and Services Ed The designators consist of: a) three-letter.
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Interestingly, British Airways seem to contradict the above rules with their seasonal “Santa” flights. The fact that they have an Australian division does not mean that it is a separate aircraft operator, and thus no separate ICAO code can be assigned.
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From what I know, they have different ownership i. Aircraft should maintain continuous listening and watch on the appropriate frequency of the ATC unit, and should not cease listening, except for reasons of safety, without informing the ATC unit.
Annex 10 – Aeronautical Telecommunications. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. During flight, Pilots shall continuously guard the emergency channel Are airline ICAO codes unique? I know about the callsign I listen to live ATC way too much often!
Air traffic control units maintain continuous watch on their stated frequencies during the published hours of service, unless otherwise noted.
An aircraft should normally communicate with the air traffic control unit which that exercises control in the area in which the aircraft is flying. I thought that the ICAO codes are meant to be unique from one airline to another, not the other way around. ICAO three-letter codes are always unique. All fire rescue services units at uncontrolled aerodromes monitor and transmit on frequency In cases where a facility is serving both the enroute traffic and the aerodromes, details are given in the relevant sections of Part 2 ENR and Part 3 AD.
Email Required, but never shown. Pilots are urgently requested to refrain from using it on the air. The published TIBA frequency is the designated air-to-air frequency to be used by aircraft when flying in uncontrolled airspace Class G and is also the designated ground-to-air frequency for use between authorized ground agencies and aircraft operating within aerodrome traffic zones as listed icaao the AIP.
There is no right or wrong, I was only asking. Non-emergency transmission on these frequencies is strictly prohibited. Beyond these ranges, ATIS broadcast may be received, but not necessarily satisfactorily.