Akortingen & Termen

#AfkortingBetekenis
AAAltitude 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.
UUHFUltra High Frequency.
UMUnaccompanied Minor
UIRUpper Information Region.
VVFRVisual 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.
YYCZYellow Caution Zone.
YESYes / Affirmative
YPYoung Passanger
YRyour
ZZULUUniversal time
ZULUInterne eenheidsnaam Politie helikopters.
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