#AfkortingBetekenis
A– AAltitude in hundreds of feet.
– AAApproved Agency.
– A/AAir-to-Air.
– AADAssigned Altitude Deviation
– AAIMAicraft Autonomous Integrity Monitoring.
– AALAbove Aerodrome Level.
– ABMAbeam.
– ABNAerodrome Beacon.
– ACARSAircraft Communication Addressing and Reporting System.
– ACASAirborne Collision Aviodance system.
– ACCArea Control Centre of Area Control.
– ACCIDNotification of an aircraft accident.
– ACFTAirfract.
– ACKAcknowledge.
– ACLAltimeter Check Location.
– ACNAircraft Classification number.
– ACTActive.
– ADAerodrome.
– ADAAdvisory Area.
– ADCAerodrome chart.
– ADNNAdditional
– ADFAutomatic Direction Finder.
– ADIZAir Defense Identification Number.
– ADOAerodrome Office.
– ADRAdvisory route.
– ADS-BAutomatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast.
– ADS-CAutomatic Dependent Surveillance – Contract.
– ADSUAutomatic Dependent Surveillance Unit.
– ADVSAdvisory Area.
– AESAircraft Earth Station
– AFILFlightplan Filed in the Air
– AFISAerodrome Flight Information Service.
– AFISOAFIS Operator
– AFIZAerodrome Flight Information Zone.
– AFMAffirm
– AFSAeronautical Fixed Service.
– AFTNAeronautical Fixed Telecommunication Network.
– A/G Air-to-Ground
– AGLAbove Ground Level
– AGNAgain.
– AICAeronautical Information Circular.
– AIDCAir Traffic Services Inter facility Data Communication.
– AIPAeronautical Information Publication.
– AiracAeronautical Information Regulation and Control.
– AIREPAir Report.
– AISAeronautical Information Services.
– ALAAlighting Area.
– ALERFAAlert Phase.
– ALPHA ScrambleImmediate departure with high priority (only used during QRA).
– ALRAlerting.
– ALRSAlerting Service.
– ALSApproach Light System.
– ALTAltitude.
– ALTNAlternate airport.
– AMAArea Minimum Altitude.
– AMCAirspace Management Cell.
– AMDAmend.
– AMDTAmendment.
– AMHSATS Message Handling System.
– AMSAeronautical Mobile Service.
– AMSLAbove Mean Sea Level.
– AMSSAeronautical Mobile Satellite Service.
– ANCAeronautical Chart.
– ANCSAeronautical Navigation Chart.
– ANMATFM Notification Message.
– AOAircraft Operator.
– AOCAerodrome Obstacle Chart.
– AOCSAir Operations Control Station.
– AOMAirside Operations Manager.
– APAutopilot.
– APAirport.
– APAPIAbbreviated Precision Approach Path Indicator.
– APCHApproach.
– APDCAircraft Parking or Docking Chart.
– APNApron.
– APPApproach Control
– APRXApproximate.
– APSGAfter Passing.
– APUAuxiliary Power Unit.
– APVApprove.
– ARCArea Chart.
– ARNArrange.
– AROAir Traffic Service Reporting Office.
– ARPAerodrome Reference Point.
– ARQAutomatic Error Correction.
– ARRArrival.
– ARSSpecial Air Report.
– ASCAscent.
– ASDAAccelerate Stop Distance Availeble.
– ASEAltimetry Stop Distance Availeble.
– ASIAirspeed Indicator.
– ASMAirspace Management.
– ASRApproach Surveillance Radar.
– ATAActual Time of Arrival.
– ATASAutomatic Telephone Answering System.
– ATCAir Traffic Control.
– ATCSAir Traffic Control Service.
– ATDActual Time of Departure.
– ATFMAir Traffic Flow Management.
– ATISAutomatic Terminal Information Service.
– ATMAir Traffic Management.
– ATNAeronautical Telecom Network.
– ATSAir Traffic Services.
– ATZAerodrome Traffic Zone.
– AUPAirspace Use Plan.
– AUXAuxiliary.
– AVGAverage.
– AVGASAviation Gasoline.
– AWTAAdvice at What Time Able.
– AWYAirway.
– AZMAzimuth.
BBABraking Action
– BARO-VNAVBarometric Vertical Navigation
– BASECloud base
– BCFGFog patches
– BCNBeacon (aeronautical ground light)
– BCSTBroadcast
– BDRYBoundary
– BECMGBecoming
– BFRBefore
– BKNBroken
– BLBlowing (followed DU = dust, SA = sand or SN = snow)
– BLDGBuilding
– BLOBelow Clouds
– BOMBBombing
– BRMist
– BRGBearing
– BRKGBraking
– BSBroadcasting station
– BTLBetween Layers
– BUFRBinary Universal Form for the Representation of meteorological data
C– CDegrees Celsius.
– CACourse to an Altitude.
– CADFCentralized Airspace Data Function.
– CASCalibrated Air Speed.
– CATCategory.
– CATClear Air Turbulence.
– CAVOKCeiling and Visibility are Okay.
– CBCumulonimbus.
– CBACross border area.
– CCCirrocumulus.
– CDAContinuous Descent Approach.
– CDICourse Deviation Indicator.
– CDUControl Display Unit.
– CDMCollaborative Decision Making.
– CDOContinuous Descent Operations.
– CDRConditional Route.
– CFCourse to a Fix.
– CFMConfirm.
– CGLCircling Guidance Light(s).
– CHChannel.
– CHEMChemical.
– CHGModification.
– CICirrus.
– CICost Index.
– CIDINCommon ICAO Data Interchange Network.
– CITNear or over large towns.
– CIVCivil.
– CKCheck.
– CLCentre line.
– CLAClear type of ice formation.
– CLBRCalibration.
– CLDCloud.
– CLGCalling.
– CLIMB-OUTClimb-out Area.
– CLRClear(s), ‘cleared to’ or ‘clearance’.
– CLSDClose or Closed or Closing.
– cmCentimetre.
– CMBClimb to or Climbing to.
– CMPLCompletion or Completed or complete.
– CNLCancel or Cancelled.
– CNLFlight plan Cancellation.
– CNSCommunications, Navigation and Surveillance.
– COMCommunications.
– CONCConcrete.
– CONDCondition.
– CONSContinuous.
– CONSTConstruction or Constructed.
– CONTContinue(s) or Continued.
– COORCo-ordinate or Co-ordination.
– COORDco-ordinates.
– COPChange-over point.
– CORCorrect or Correction or Corrected.
– COTAt the Coast.
– COVCover or Covered or Covering.
– CPDLCController-pilot Data Link Communications.
– CPLCurrent Flight Plan.
– CRCCyclic Redundancy Check.
– CRMCollision Risk Model.
– CRZCruise.
– CSCallSign.
– CSCirrostratus.
– CTAControl Area.
– CTAMClimb To And Maintain.
– CTCContact.
– CTLControl
– CTNCaution.
– CTOTCalculated Take-Off Time.
– CTRControl Zone.
– CUCumulus.
– CUFCumuliform.
– CUSTCustoms.
– CVRCockpit Voice Recorder.
– CWContinuous Wave.
– CWYClearway.
D– DDownward.
– DADecision Altitude.
– D-ATISData Link Automatic Terminal Information Service.
– DCDDouble Channel Duplex.
– DCKGDocking.
– DCPDatum Crossing Point.
– DCPCDirect Controller-Pilot Communications.
– DCSDouble Channel Simplex.
– DCTDirect.
– DECDecember.
– DEGDegrees.
– DEPDepart or Departure.
– DEPODeposition.
– DER Departure End of the Runway.
– DELTA ScrambleFighter jets are starting and they'’re standing by for further instructions (only used during QRA).
– DESDescend to or Descending to.
– DESTDestination.
– DETRESFADistress phase.
– DEVDeviation or Deviating.
– DFDirection Finding.
– DFDRDigital Flight Data Recorder.
– DFTIDistance From Touchdown Indicator.
– DHDecision Height.
– DIFDiffuse.
– DISTDistance.
– DIVDivert or Diverting.
– DLADelay or Delayed.
– DLICData Link Initiation Capability.
– DLYDaily.
– DMEDistance Measuring Equipment.
– DNGDanger or Dangerous.
– DOGDate of Flight.
– DOMDomestic.
– DPDew Point (temperature).
– DPTDepth.
– DRDead Reckoning.
– DRLow Drifting.
– DRGDuring.
– DSDuststorm.
– DSBDouble Sideband.
– DTAMDescend To And Maintain.
– DTGDate-Time Group.
– DTHRDisplaced Runway Threshold.
– DTRTDeteriorate or Deteriorating.
– DTWDual Tandem Wheels.
– DUDust.
– DUCDense Upper Cloud.
– DUPEDuplicate message.
– DURDuration.
– D-VOLMETDatalink VOLMET.
– DVORDoppler VOR.
– DVORTACDoppler VOR and TACAN.
– DWDual wheels.
– DZDrizzle.
E– EEndurance.
– EASAEuropean Aviation Safety Agency.
– EASEquivalent Air Speed.
– EATExpected Approach Time.
– EAUPEuropean Airspace Use Plan.
– EBEastbound.
– ECACEuropean Civil Aviation Conference.
– EDAElevation Differential Area.
– EEEError.
– EETEstimated Elapsed Time.
– EFCExpect Further Clearance.
– EFCTExpected Further Clearance Time.
– EFISElectronic Flight Instrument System.
– EGNOSEuropean Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service.
– EHFExtremely High Frequency.
– ELBAEmergency Location Ceacon – Aircraft.
– ELEVElevation.
– ELRExtra Long Range.
– ELTEmergency Locator Transmitter.
– EMEmission.
– EMBDEmbedded in a layer.
– EMERGEmergency.
– EnEnglish.
– ENDStop-end.
– ENEEast-North-East.
– ENGEngine.
– ENREn-route.
– ENRCEn-route chart.
– EPUEmergency Power Unit.
– EOBTEstimated Off-Block Time.
– EQPTEquipment.
– ESEEast-South-East.
– ESTEstimate or Estimated or Estimate.
– ETAEstimated Time of Arrival or Estimating Arrival.
– ETDEstimated Time of Departure or Estimating Departure.
– ETOEstimated Time Over Significant Point.
– EUR RODEXEuropean Regional OPMET data exchange.
– EUUPEuropean Updated Airspace Use Plan.
– EVEvery.
– EVSEnhanced Vision System.
– EXCExcept.
– EXERExercises or Exercising or to Exercise.
– EXPExpect or Expected or expecting.
– EXTDExtend or Extending.
F– Fdegrees Fahrenheit.
– FFixed.
– FAFourse from a fix to an altitude.
– FACFacilities and Forward Air Controller
– FAFFinal Approach Fix.
– FALFacilitation of International air Transport.
– FANSFuture Air Navigation System.
– FAPFinal Approach Point.
– FASFinal Approach Segment.
– FATOFinal Approach and Take-Off area.
– FAXFacsimile Transmission.
– FCFunnel Cloud.
– FCSTForecast.
– FCTFriction Coefficient.
– FDPSFlight Data Processing System
– FEBFebruary.
– FEWFew.
– FGFog.
– FICFlight Information Centre.
– FIOFlight Information Office.
– FIRFlight Information Region.
– FISFlight Information Service.
– FISAAutomated Flight Information Service.
– FlFlashing.
– FLFlight level.
– FLDField.
– FLGFlashing.
– FLRFlares.
– FLTFlight.
– FLTCKFlight Check.
– FLUCFluctuating, Fluctuation or Fluctuated.
– FLWFollow(s) or Following.
– FLYFly or Flying.
– FMCourse from a fix to a termination.
– FMFrom.
– FMCFlight Management Computer.
– FMPFlow Management Position.
– FMSFlight Management System.
– FMUFlow Management Unit.
– FNAFinal Approach.
–  FOXTROT ScrambleCancellation (only used during QRA).
– FPAPFlight Path Alignment Point.
– FPLFiled Flight Plan.
– FPMFeet Per Minute.
– FPRFlight Plan Route.
– FRFuel Remaining.
– FrFrench.
– FREQFrequency.
– FRIFriday.
– FRNGFiring.
– FRONTFront.
– FROSTFrost.
– FRQFrequent.
– FSCFlight Service Centre.
– FSLFull Stop Landing.
– FSSFlight Service Station.
– FSTFirst.
– FSUFlight Service Unit.
– ftFeet.
– FTEFlight Technical Error.
– FTPFictitious Threshold Point.
– FTTFlight Technical Tolerance.
– FUSmoke.
– FUAFlexible Use Of Airspace.
– FZFreezing.
– FZDZFreezing Drizzle.
– FZFGFreezing Fog.
– FZRAFreezing Rain.
G–GGreen.
– GAGeneral Aviation.
– GAGo Ahead.
– G/AGround-To-Air.
– G/A/GGround-To-Air and Air-To-Ground.
– GAGANGPS And Geostationary Earth Orbit Augmented Navigation.
– GAINAirspeed or Headwind Gain.
– GAMETArea Forecast For Low Level Flights.
– GARPGBAS azimuth reference point.
– GATGeneral Air Traffic.
– GBASGround-Based Augmentation System.
– GCAGround Controlled Approach System or Ground Controlled Approach.
– GeGerman
– GENGeneral.
– GEOGeographic Or True.
– GESGround Earth Station.
– GHzGiga Hertz.
– GLDGlider.
– GLLFCGraphical Low Level Forecast.
– GLONASSGlobal Orbiting Navigation Satellite System.
– GLSGBAS Landing System
– GMCGround Movement Chart.
– GNDGround
– GNDCKGround Check.
– GNSSGlobal Navigation Satellite System.
– GPGlide Path.
– GPAGlide Path Angle.
– GPIPGlide Path Intercept Point.
– GPSGlobal Positioning System.
– GPUGround Power Unit.
– GPWSGround Proximity Warning System.
– GRHail.
– GRASGround-Based Regional Augmentation System .
– GRASSGrass Landing Area.
– GRVLGravel.
– GSGround Speed.
– GSSmall Hail and/or Snow Pellets.
– GUNDGeoid Undulation.
H– H24Continuous day and night.
– HAHolding/ to an Altitude.
– HAPHeli Aiming Point.
– HAPIHelicopter Approach Path Indicator.
– HBNHazard Beacon.
– HDFHigh Frequency Direction Finding Station.
– HDGHeading.
– HELHelicopter.
– HEMSHelicopter Emergency Medical Service.
– HFHigh Frequency.
– HFHolding to a Fix.
– HGTHeight.
– HJSunrise to Sunset.
– HLDGHolding.
– HMHolding to a manual Termination.
– HMRHelicopter Main Route.
– HOService available to meet operational requirements.
– HoDutch/Holland/Netherlands.
– HOLHoliday.
– HOSPHospital Aircraft.
– hPaHectopascal.
– HPZHelicopter Protection Zone.
– HRHours.
– HSService available during hours of scheduled operations.
– HSIHorizontal Situation Indicator
– HTZHelicopter Traffic Zone.
– HUDHead-Up Display.
– HURCNHurricane.
– HVDFHigh and Very High Frequency Direction Finding stations.
– HVYHeavy.
– HYRHigher.
– HZHaze.
– HzHertz.
I– IACInstrument Approach Chart.
– IAFInitial Approach Fix.
– IAOIn And Out of clouds.
– IAPInstrument Approach Procedure.
– IARIntersection of Air Routes.
– IASIndicated Airspeed.
– IBNIdentification Beacon.
– ICIce Crystals.
– ICAOInternational Civil Aviation Organization.
– ICEIcing.
– IDIdentifier / Identify.
– IDENTIdentification.
– IFIntermediate Approach Fix.
– IFFIdentification Friend/Foe.
– IFPSIntegrated Initial Flight Plan Processing System.
– IFRInstrument Flight Rules.
– IGAInternational General Aviation.
– ILSInstrument Landing System.
– IMInner Marker.
– IMCInstrument Meteorological Conditions.
– IMGImmigration.
– IMIInterrogation Sign.
– IMPRImprove or Improving.
– IMTImmediate / Immediately.
– INAInitial Approach.
– INBDInbound.
– INCIn Cloud.
– INCERFAIncertainty Phase.
– INFOInformation.
– INOPInoperative.
– INPIf Not Possible.
– INPRIn Progress.
– INSInertial Navigation System.
– INSTLInstall.
– INSTRInstrument.
– INTIntersection.
– INTLInternational.
– INTRGInterrogator.
– INTRPInterrupt / Interruption.
– INTSFIntensify / Intensifying.
– INTSTIntensity.
– IRIce on Runway.
– IRSInertial Reference System.
– ISAInternational Standard Atmosphere.
– ISBIndependent Sideband.
– ISOLIsolated.
J– JAAJoint Aviation Authorities.
– JANJanuary.
– JPALSJoint Precision Approach and Landing System
– JRCCJoint Rescue Co-ordination Centre.
– JTSTJet Stream.
– JULJuly.
– JUNJune.
K– kgKilograms.
– kHzKilohertz.
– KIASKnots Indicated Airspeed.
– kmKilometres.
– kmHKilometres per Hour.
– kPaKilopascal.
– KTKnots.
– kWKilowatts.
L– LAASLocal Area Augmentation System.
– LAMLogical Acknowledgement.
– LANInland
– LATLatitude
– lbpounds
– LCALocal
– LCNLoad Classification Number
– LDALocalizer-type Directional Aid.
– LDALanding Distance Available
– LDAHLanding Distance Available, Helicopter
– LDGLanding
– LDILanding Direction Indicator
– LENLength
– LFLow Frequency
– LGTLight / Lighting
– LGTDLighted
– LIHLight Intensity High
– LILlight Intensity Low
– LIMLight Intensity Medium
– LINELine
– LLFCLow Level Forecast
– LMLocator Middle
– LMTLocal Mean Time
– LNAVLateral Navigation
– LNGLong
– LOLocator Outer
– LOCLocalizer
– LONGLongitude
– LOSSAirspeed Or Headwind Loss
– LPVLocalizer Performance with Vertical guidance
– LRGLong Range
– LTDLimited
– LTPLanding Threshold Point
– LTTLandline Teletypewriter
– LVLight and Variable
– LVELeave / Leaving
– LVLLevel
– LVPLow visibility procedures
– LYRLayer or layered
M– MAAMaximum authorized altitude.
MAAMedical Air Assistance.
– MAAMaastricht Aachen Airport
– MAGMagnetic.
– MAHFMissed approach holding fix.
– MAINTMaintenance.
– MAPMissed Approach Point.
– MAPAeronautical maps and charts.
– MAPTMissed approach point.
– MARat sea.
– MARMarch.
– MASManual A1 Simplex.
– MATFMissed Approach Turning Fix.
– MAXMaximum.
– MAYMay.
– MBSTMicroburst.
– MCAMinimum Crossing Altitude.
– MCWModulated Continuous Wave.
– MDAMinimum Descent Altitude.
– MDCNMilitary Diplomatic Clearance Number.
– MDFMedium Frequency Direction Finding Station.
– MDHMinimum Descent Height.
– MEAMinimum En-Route Altitude.
– MEHTMinimum Eye Height over Threshold.
– METMeteorological.
– METARMeteorological Aerodrome Report.
– MFMedium Frequency.
– MFAMinimum Flight Altitude.
– MFDMultifunction Display.
– MHDFMedium and High Frequency Direction Finding Stations.
– MHVDFMedium, High and Very High Frequency Direction Finding Stations.
– MHzMegahertz.
– MIDMid-point.
– MIFGShallow Fog.
– MILMilitary.
– MINMinutes.
– MISMissing.
– MKRMarker Radio Beacon.
– MLAMicrolight Aeroplane.
– MLSMicrowave Landing System.
– MLWMaximum Certificated Landing Weight.
– MMMiddle marker.
– MNMMinimum.
– MNPSMinimum Navigation Performance Specifications.
– MNTMonitor.
– MNTNMaintain.
– MOAMilitary Operating Area.
– MOCMinimum Obstacle Clearance.
– MOCAMinimum Obstacle Clearance Altitude.
– MODModerate.
– MOGASMotor Gasoline.
– MONAbove Mountains.
– MONMonday.
– MOPSMinimum Operational Performance Standards.
– MOVMove.
– MpaMegapascal.
– mpsMetres per Second.
– MRAMinimum Reception Altitude.
– MRGMedium Range.
– MRPATS/MET Reporting Point.
– MRVAMinimum Radar Vector Altitude.
– MSMinus.
– MSAMinimum Sector Altitude.
– MSAWMinimum Safe Altitude Warning.
– MSGMessage.
– MSLMean Sea Level.
– MSRMessagel.
– MSSRMonopulse Secondary Surveillance Radar.
– MTMountain.
– MTIMarked Temperature Inversion.
– MTMAMilitary Terminal Control Area.
– MTOWMaximum Take-Off Weight.
– MTUMetric Units.
– MTWMountain Waves.
– MVAMinimum vectoring altitudes.
– MVDFMedium and Very High Frequency Direction Finding Stations.
– MWOMeteorological Watch Office.
– MXMixed type of Ice Formation.
N– NANot Applicable.
– NADPNoise Abatement Departure Procedure.
– NASCNational AIS System Centre.
– NATNorth Atlantic.
– NATONorth Atlantic Treaty Organization.
– NAVNavigation.
– NAVONoord Atlantische Verdrags Organisatie.
– NBNorthbound.
– NBFRNot Before.
– NCNo Change.
– NCDNo Cloud Detected.
– NDNavigation Display.
– NDBNon-Directional Radio Beacon.
– NDVNo Directional Variations Available.
– NENorth-East.
– NEBNorth-Eastbound.
– NEGNo / Negative.
– NGTNight.
– NILNone.
– NMNautical Miles.
– NMLNormal.
– NNNo Name.
– NNENorth-North-East.
– NNWNorth-North-West.
– NONo / Negative.
– NOFInternational NOTAM Office.
– NOSIGNo Significant Change .
– NOTAMNotice to Airmen.
– NOVNovember.
– NOZNormal Operating Zone.
– NPANon-Precision Approach.
– NRNumber.
– NRHNo Reply Heard.
– NSNimbostratus.
– NSCNil Significant Cloud.
– NSENavigation System Error.
– NSWNil Significant Weather.
– NTLNational.
– NTZNo Transgression Zone.
– NUNot Usable.
– NWNorth-West.
– NWBNorth-Westbound.
– NXTNext.
O– OACOceanic Area Control Centre.
– OASObstacle Assessment Surface.
– OATOperational Air Traffic.
– OBSObserve / Observed / Observation.
– OBSCObscure / Obscured / Obscuring.
– OBSTObstacle.
– OCAObstacle clearance Altitude.
– OCAOceanic Control Area.
– OCCOcculting.
– OCHObstacle Clearance Height.
– OCNLOccasional / Occasionally.
– OCSObstacle Clearance Surface.
– OCTOctober.
– OFZObstacle Free Zone.
– OGNOriginate.
– OHDOverhead.
– OISObstacle Identification Surface.
– OLDIOnline Data Interchange.
– OMOuter Marker.
– OPAOpaque.
– OPCControl Indicated is Operational Control.
– OPMETOperational Meteorological.
– OPNOpen.
– OPROperator.
– OPSOperations.
– O/ROn Request.
– ORDOrder.
– ORPOriginal Readiness Platform.
– OSVOcean Station Vessel.
– OTPOn Top.
– OTSOrganized Track System.
– OUBDOutbound.
– OVCOvercast.
P– PAPrecision Approach.
– PALSPrecision Approach Lighting System.
– PANSProcedures For Air Navigation Services.
– PAPIPrecision Approach Path Indicator.
– PARPrecision Approach Radar.
– PARLParallel.
– PATCPrecision Approach Terrain Chart.
– PAXPassenger(s).
– PBNPerformance-Based Navigation.
– PCDProceed Or Proceeding.
– PCLPilot-Controlled Lighting.
– PCNPavement Classification Number.
– PDCPre-Departure Clearance.
– PDGProcedure Design Gradient.
– PDTProcedure Design Tool.
– PERPerformance.
– PERMPermanent.
– PIBPre-flight Information Bulletin.
– PICPilot in Command.
– PJEParachute Jumping Exercise.
– PLPlain Language.
– PLIce Pellets.
– PLAPractice Low Approach.
– PLNflight Plan.
– PLVLPresent Level.
– PNPrior Notice Required.
– PNRPoint of No Return.
– PODust/Sand Whirls.
– POBPersons On Board.
– POSSPossible.
– PPIPlan Position Indicator.
– PPRPrior Permission Required.
– PPSNPresent Position.
– PRFGAerodrome Partially Covered by Fog.
– PRIPrimary.
– PRKGParking.
– PROBProbability.
– PROCProcedure.
– PROVProvisional.
– PRPPoint-in-space Reference Point.
– PSPlus.
– PSGPassing.
– PSNPosition.
– PSPPierced Steel Plank.
– PSRPrimary Surveillance Radar.
– PSYSPressure System(s).
– PTNProcedure Turn.
– PTSPolar Track Structure.
– PWRPower.
Q– QDMMagnetic heading with no wind.
– QDRMagnetic bearing.
– QFEAtmospheric pressure at aerodrome elevation.
– QFUMagnetic orientation of runway.
– QNHAtmospheric pressure.
– QRAQuick Reaction Alert.
– QTETrue bearing.
R– RARain.
– RAResolution Advisory.
– RACRules of the air and air traffic services.
– RAGRagged.
– RAGRunway Arresting Gear.
– RAIRunway Alignment Indicator.
– RAIMReceiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring.
– RAPCONRadar Approach Control.
– RASCRegional AIS System Centre.
– RASSRemote Altimeter Setting Source.
– RBRescue Boat.
– RCAReach Cruising Altitude.
– RCCRescue Co-ordination Centre.
– RCFRadio Communication Failure.
– RCHReach / Reaching.
– RCLRunway Centre Line.
– RCLLRunway Centre Line Light(s).
– RCLRRecleared.
– RCPRequired Communication Performance.
– RDHReference Datum Height.
– RDLRadial.
– RDORadio.
– RERecent.
– RECReceive / Receiver.
– REDLRunway edge light(s).
– REFReference.
– REGRegistration.
– RENLRunway End Light(s).
– REPReport / Reporting point.
– REQRequest / Requested.
– RERTERe-Route.
– RESARunway End Safety Area.
– RETDRevised Estimated Time of Departure.
– RFConstant Radius arc to a Fix.
– RFPReplacement Flight Plan.
– RGRange.
– RHCRight-Hand Circuit.
– RIFReclearance In Flight.
– RIMERime.
– RITERight.
– RLReport Leaving.
– RLARelay.
– RLCERequest Level Change En-route.
– RLLSRunway Lead-in Lighting System.
– RLNARequest Level Not Available.
– RMKRemark.
– RMZRadio Mandatory Zone.
– RNAVArea Navigation.
– RNGRadio Range.
– RNLAFRoyal Netherlands Air Force.
– RNNRoyal Netherlands Navy.
– RNPRequired Navigation Performance.
– ROBEXRegional OPMET Bulletin Exchange.
– ROCRate Of Climb.
– RODRate Of Descent.
– RONReceiving Only.
– RPASRemotely Piloted Aircraft Systems.
– RPDSReference Path Data Selector.
– RPIRadar Position Indicator.
– RPLRepetitive Flight Plan.
– RPLCReplace / Replaced.
– RPSRadar Position Symbol.
– RPTRepeat.
– RQRequest.
– RQMNTSRequirements.
– RQPRequest Flight Plan.
– RQSRequest Supplementary Flight Plan.
– RRReport Reaching.
– RSCRescue Sub-Centre.
– RSCDRunway Surface Condition.
– RSPResponder Beacon.
– RSREn-route Surveillance Radar.
– RSSRoot Sum Square.
– R/TRadiotelephony.
– RTDDelayed.
– RTERoute.
– RTFRadiotelephone.
– RTGRadiotelegraph.
– RTHLRunway Threshold Light(s).
– RTNReturn / returned.
– RTODAHRejected Take-Off Distance Available – Helicopter.
– RTSReturn To Service.
– RTTRadioteletypewriter.
– RTZLRunway Touchdown Zone Light(s).
– RVRescue Vessel.
– RVRRunway Visual Range
– RVSMReduced Vertical Separation Minimum.
– RWYRunway.
S– SASand.
– SALSSimple Approach Lighting System.
– SANSanitary.
– SAP.As Soon as Possible
– SARSearch And Rescue.
– SARPSStandards And Recommended Practices.
– SATSaturday.
– SATCOMSatellite Communication.
– SBSouthbound.
– SBASSatellite-based augmentation system.
– SCStratocumulus.
– SCTScattered.
– SDStandard Deviation.
– SDBYStandby.
– SDFStep Down Fix.
– SDFSimplified Direction Facility.
– SESouth-east.
– SEASea.
– SEBSouth-eastbound.
– SECSeconds.
– SECNSection.
– SECTSector.
– SELSELCAL (see one below).
– SELCALSelective Calling System.
– SEPSeptember.
– SERService / served.
– SERAStandardised European Rules of the Air.
– SEVSevere.
– SFCSurface.
– SGSnow Grains.
– SGLSignal.
– SHShowers.
– SHFSuper High Frequency.
– SIInternational system of units.
– SIDStandard Instrument Departure.
– SIFSelective Identification Feature.
– SIGSignificant.
– SIGMETInformation concerning en route weather.
– SIMULSimultaneous / Simultaneously.
– SIWLSingle Isolated Wheel Load.
– SKEDSchedule / Scheduled.
– SLPSpeed Limiting Point.
– SLWSlow.
– SMCSurface Movement Control.
– SMRSurface Movement Radar.
– SNSnow.
– SNOCLOAerodrome Closed due to Snow.
– SNOWTAMNotifications of runway/taxiway/apron status with respect to snow, ice, and standing water
– SOCStart Of Climb.
– SPECIAerodrome special meteorological report.
– SPECIALSpecial local meteorological report
– SPISpecial position indicator.
– SPLSupplementary Flight Plan.
– SPOCSAR Point of Contact.
– SPOTSpot Wind.
– SQSquall.
– SQLSquall Line.
– SRSunrise.
– SR-3030 minutes BEFORE sunrise.
– SRASurveillance Radar Approach.
– SCRAMBLEUrgent flight. Combat control uses multiple statuses: Alpha scramble = Immediate departure, high priority; Delta scramble = Fighter jets are starting and they’re standing by for further instructions; Tango scramble = Exercise; Foxtrot scramble = Cancell
– SRESurveillance Radar Element of PAR.
– SRGShort Range.
– SRRSearch And Rescue Region.
– SRYSecondary.
– SRZSpecial Rules Zone.
– SSSandstorm.
– SSSunset.
– SS+3030 minutes AFTER sunset.
– SSBSingle Sideband.
– SSESouth-south-east.
– SSRSecondary Surveillance Radar.
– SSTSupersonic Transport.
– SSWSouth-south-west.
– STStratus.
– STAstraight-in Approach.
– STAScheduled Time of Arrival
– STARStandard Instrument Arrival.
– STDStandard.
– STDScheduled Time of Departure.
– STFStratiform.
– STNStation.
– STNRStationary.
– STOLShort take-off and landing.
– STSStatus.
– STWLStopway light(s).
– SUBJSubject.
– SUNSunday.
– SUPSupplement.
– SUPPSRegional Supplementary Procedures.
– SVCService Message.
– SVCBLServiceable.
– SWSouth-west.
– SWBSouth-westbound.
– SWCSignificant Weather Chart.
– SWYStopway.
T– TATraffic Advisory.
– TATransition Altitude.
– TAATerminal Arrival Altitude.
– TACANTactical Air Navigation Aid.
– TAFAerodrome Forecast.
– TA/H Turn At an Altitude/Height.
– TAILTail Wind.
– TANGO ScrambleExercise, also known as MOCK scramble (only used during QRA).
– TARTerminal Area Surveillance Radar.
– TASTrue Airspeed.
– TAXTaxiing / Taxi.
– TCTropical Cyclone.
– TCACTropical Cyclone Advisory Centre.
– TCASTraffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System.
– TCHThreshold crossing height.
– TCUTowering Cumulus.
– TDOTornado.
– TDZTouchdown Zone.
– TECRTechnical Reason.
– TELTelephone.
– TEMPOTemporary / Temporarily.
– TFTrack to Fix.
– TFCTraffic.
– TGLTouch-And-Go Landing.
– TGLTemporary Guidance Leaflet.
– TGSTaxiing Quidance System.
– THRThreshold.
– THRUThrough.
– THUThursday.
– TIBATraffic Information Broadcast by Aircraft.
– TILUntil.
– TIPUntil past.
– TIZTraffic Information Zone.
– TKOFTake-Off.
– TLTill.
– TLOFTouchdown and Lift-Off Area.
– TMATerminal Control Area.
– TMZTransponder Mandatory Zone.
– TNMinimum Temperature.
– TNATurn Altitude.
– TNHTurn Height.
– TOBTTarget Off-Block Time.
– TOCTop Of Climb.
– TODATake-Off Distance Available.
– TODAHTake-Off Distance Available – Helicopter.
– TOPCloud Top.
– TORATake-Off Run Available.
– TOXToxic.
– TPTurning Point.
– TRTrack.
– TRATemporary Reserved Airspace.
– TRATransavia.
– TRANSTransmits / Transmitter.
– TRENDTrend forecast.
– TRLTransition Level.
– TROPTropopause.
– TSThunderstorm.
– TSATemporary Segregated Area.
– TSATTarget Start-up Approval Time.
– TSUNAMITsunami.
– TTTeletypewriter.
– TUETuesday.
– TURBTurbulence.
– TVORTerminal VOR.
– TWRAerodrome control Tower.
– TWYTaxiway.
– TWYLTaxiway Link.
– TXMaximum Temperature.
– TXTText.
– TYPType of Aircraft.
– TYPHTyphoon.
U– UHFUltra High Frequency.
UMUnaccompanied Minor
– UIRUpper Information Region.
V– VFRVisual Flight Rules.
– VHFVery High Frequency.
– VMCVisual Meteorological Conditions.
– VNAVVertical Navigation.
– VORVHF Omnidirectional Radio Range.
VSIVertical Speed Indicator.
W WCHCWheel Chair Carry on/off; (for pax who can't walk)
WCHRWheel Chair Ramp; (for pax who cannot walk long distances).
WCHSWheel Chair Steps; (pax who cannot walk on stairs).
XXCross.
XBARCrossbar.
XNGCrossing.
XSAtmospherics.
Y– YCZYellow Caution Zone.
– YESYes / Affirmative
YPYoung Passanger
– YRyour
Z– ZULUUniversal time
– ZULUInterne eenheidsnaam Politie helikopters.