Emergency phases in time sequence 15 Nov12

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deltatango
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Emergency phases in time sequence 15 Nov12
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2012-11-13 06:54:38
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INCERFA ALERFA DETRESFA ATC
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These cards include 4-15-410/420/430. Applicable to ACS and ADC. They don't include 4-15-310/320/330, but the tables should cover this info.
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  1. DOUBT exists of aircraft’s safety
    • Commence communication checks At appropriate
    • time.
    • Declare Uncertainty phase At appropriatetime
  2. APPREHENSION exists of
    aircraft’s safety
    • Commence communication checks At appropriate
    • time
    • Declare Alert phase At appropriate time
  3. REASONABLE CERTAINTY
    that the aircraft is in danger
    • Commence communication checks At appropriate
    • time

    • Declare Distress phase At appropriate
    • time
  4. Departure after a call notifying
    readiness to taxi or take-off
    • Comms chx 10 minutes after
    • taxiing call

    • INCERFA 15 minutes after
    • taxiing call
  5. Departure after an airborne call
    • COMS 5 minutes after
    • airborne call
    • INCERFA 10 minutes after
    • airborne call
  6. Position or scheduled report,
    including NOCOM cancellation
    time or OPS NORMAL time
    • COMMS 3 minutes after
    • report due
    • INCERFA 15 minutes after
    • report due
  7. After a frequency change
    • COMMS 3 minutes after
    • call due
    • INCERFA 15 minutes after
    • call due
  8. In reply to a call by a ground
    station, when listening watch is
    required
    • COMMS 3 minutes after
    • call
    • INCERFA 15 minutes after
    • call
  9. Arrival at a non-controlled
    aerodrome
    • COMMS 10 minutes after
    • estimate
    • INCERFA 15 minutes after
    • estimate
  10. Arrival or departure having
    nominated SARTIME
    • COMMS At SARTIME
    • INCERFA 15 minutes after
    • SARTIME
  11. After subsequent
    communication checks and
    enquiries to other relevant
    sources fail to reveal news of the
    aircraft
    • ALERFA Immediately
    • condition is
    • recognised
  12. After widespread
    communication checks and
    unsuccessful enquiries indicate
    probability that the aircraft is in
    distress
    • DETRESFA Immediately
    • condition is
    • recognised
  13. The pilot of a radio-equipped aircraft at a controlled aerodrome after having been given approach or landing instructions or information by ATC at its landing place.
    • COMMS At estimated
    • landing time
    • ALERFA 5 minutes after
    • estimated
    • landing time
  14. Impaired operating efficiency
    having difficulty in maintaining
    height, or may have difficulty in
    making a normal approach and
    landing
    ALERFA Immediately condition is recognised
  15. Major impaired operating
    efficiency - forced landing likely
    DETRESFA Immediately condition is recognised
  16. VMC flights operating in IMC,
    or daylight flights operating at
    night
    • ALERFA Immediately
    • condition is
    • recognised
  17. Not on proper track or at proper level
    Unable to use appropriate navigation aids
    Experiencing navigational difficulties or is lost
    • INCERFA Immediately condition is recognised
    • ALERFA Immediately there is reason to believe the conduct of the flight is in jeopardy
  18. Fuel is exhausted (unless
    SARTIME notified)
    DETRESFA Immediately
  19. BOMB WARNING
    • ALERFA Pending evaluation by the operator or
    • pilot except on the ground at an aerodrome where ATS is on duty
    • DETRESFA Immediately on notification of 'genuine' evaluation except on the ground where ATS is on duty
  20. That an aircraft for which flight
    notification has not been
    lodged is missing
    • INCERFA Immediately
    • ALERFA When communications checks lead to apprehension
    • DETRESFA When continued absence of news
    • indicates possibility that the aircraft is in distress
  21. That a pilot is about to, or has,
    force landed, ditched or
    crashed
    DETRESFA Immediately
  22. That a pilot is about to, or has, made a landing other than a forced landing:
    a. where the position is in doubt
    b. on an unprepared surface
    c. at an aerodrome (in the case of helicopters, a landing area) which is considered by the pilot as being operationally unsuitable
    INCERFA Immediately condition is recognised
  23. That a radio survival beacon
    has been activated for a period
    greater than 10 seconds
    DETRESFA Immediately
  24. That an aircraft is known or believed to be the subject of unlawful interference (hijack)
    DETRESFA Immediately

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