Order Of 23 March 2015 On The Organisation Of Aeronautical Information

Original Language Title: Arrêté du 23 mars 2015 portant organisation de l'information aéronautique

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JORF n ° 0076 March 31, 2015 page 5833 text no. 18 Decree of March 23, 2015 on organisation of aeronautical information NOR: DEVA1505956A ELI: https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/arrete/2015/3/23/DEVA1505956A/jo/texte the Minister of ecology, sustainable development and energy, the Minister of defence and the Minister for overseas territories, having regard to the convention on international civil aviation of 7 December 1944 together protocols amending it, including the Protocol of 30 September 1977 concerning the text authentic quadrilingual of the said convention;
Having regard to Regulation (EU) No 73/2010 of 26 January 2010 Commission defining the requirements for the quality of the data and aeronautical information for the single European sky;
Mindful of Decree No. 2005 - 200, 28 February 2005 establishing the direction of the air navigation services;
Having regard to Decree No. 2008 - 680 of 9 July 2008 on the organisation of the central administration of the Ministry of ecology, energy, sustainable development and spatial planning;
Considering Decree No. 2013 - 366, 29 April 2013 establishing the direction of State aviation security, stop: Article 1 more on this article...

This order establishes requirements for the process leading to the provision of data and aeronautical information. The provision of information specific to the needs of the defence is outside the scope of this order and is defined by a statement by the Director of military air traffic.


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'Annex 15' means the fourteenth edition of annex 15 to the convention on international civil aviation, including all amendments up to no. 38 has become applicable on November 13, 2014.
'Annex 14, volume I' means the sixth edition of volume I of annex 14 to the convention on international civil aviation, including all amendments up to the No. 11 - B has become applicable on November 13, 2014.
"Annex 14, volume II" means the fourth edition of volume II of annex 14 to the convention on international civil aviation, including all amendments up to no. 6 became applicable on November 13, 2014.
Technical terms relating to information and aeronautical data used in this order shall include within the meaning of annex 15 and Regulation (EU) No 73/2010 referred to above.


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1. the Directorate of air navigation services is the provider of aeronautical information services in respect of this order and Regulation (EU) No 73/2010.
2. with regard to the overseas departments, overseas collectivities and New Caledonia, written agreements may be concluded in order to entrust the publication of NOTAM to international NOTAM offices of other States.
3. any entity that transmits aeronautical data to the provider of aeronautical information services is a provider of aeronautical data.


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1. the provider of aeronautical information services receives, compiles or assembles, edits, formats, publishes, keeps on, and broadcasts of aeronautical data and aeronautical information on the whole of the territory of the France as well as the regions over the high seas for which the France provides air traffic services.
2. the provider of aeronautical information services shall establish a written agreement with any provider of aeronautical data. This document defines the minimum the elements mentioned in Schedule 1 to this order.
3. the provider of aeronautical information services provides or makes the training of providers of aeronautical data with regard to the arrangements for the transmission of aeronautical data and compliance of these data with the Regulation (EU) No 73/2010.


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1. a provider of aeronautical data creates or requests the creation of aeronautical data and then collect.
2. a provider of aeronautical data establishes a written agreement with the provider of aeronautical information services. This document defines the minimum the elements mentioned in Schedule 1 to this order.
The written agreement shall formal arrangement to the title of article 6.3 of Regulation (EU) No 73/2010 for the data providers within the scope of application of that regulation insofar as the agreement is in conformity with annex IV, part C. 3. A provider of aeronautical data checks and validates aeronautical data, and then transmits it to the provider of aeronautical information services in accordance with the written agreement established with. It performs monitoring and update these aeronautical data.
4. where it collects aviation data from third parties, a provider of aeronautical data that falls within the scope of application of the Regulation (EU) No 73/2010 establishes with these third parties written agreements necessary for this collection. These written agreements include complying with established as appropriate by the provider of aeronautical information services, to ensure compliance with the provisions of Regulation (EU) No 73/2010. They define at least the elements listed in annex 1 to this order.
Written agreements with creators of data within the scope of application of the Regulation (EU) No 73/2010 lieu of formal arrangement in respect of article 6(3) of that regulation to the extent where the agreements are in accordance with annex IV, part C.


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The written agreements drawn up in implementation of paragraph 2 of article 4 and paragraphs 2 and 4 of article 5 that involve public or private creating entities:-survey data;
-Digital field data;
- or digital barriers, resumed their regulation (EU) No 73/2010 requirements for the creation of data, including part D of annex IV.


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1. the provider of aeronautical information services ensures the availability of the digital datasets of terrain and obstacles required by article 4 of the Decree of 23 March 2015 relative to aeronautical information.
2 the aerodrome operator collects data on the terrain and obstacles located in the right-of-way of the aerodrome, where the provision of digital datasets of terrain and obstacles is required by article 4 of the Decree of 23 March 2015 relative to aeronautical information. It transmits it to the provider of aeronautical information services.
3. the direction of the air navigation services collects in metropolitan France, in the overseas departments and Saint Pierre and Miquelon data field and barriers for zone 1 as well as for zone 2 outside the right-of-way of the airfields where the provision of the associated digital data sets is required by article 4 of the Decree of 23 March 2015 relative to aeronautical information.
4. the State of French Polynesia civil aviation service and the Directorate of civil aviation of New Caledonia collect respectively in French Polynesia and New Caledonia data field and barriers for zone 1 as well as for zone 2 outside the right-of-way of the airfields where the provision of the associated digital data sets is required by article 4 of the Decree of 23 March 2015 relative to aeronautical information.


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1. the provisions of this article shall apply:-the operators of aerodromes to which is assigned a location indicator starting with the letters 'LF', 'SO', 'TF', 'NT', 'NW', 'NL' or 'FM' welcoming of civil aircraft;
-to operators of heliports within the meaning of the Decree of 6 May 1995 on the airfields and other locations used by helicopters which is not awarded one indicator location and friendly civil aircraft.
2. the aerodrome operator is supplier of aeronautical data for data relating to the airfield, including those referred to in Chapter 2 of annex 14, volume I and Chapter 2 of annex 14, volume II.
3. the operator of an aerodrome are published procedures approach or departure to instruments for which collects relevant aeronautical data allowing to establish the parties "AD 2 aerodrome" or "AD 3 helipads" described in Appendix 1 to annex 15, with the exception of data relating to the Organization of the airspace, meteorological assistance to air navigation, air traffic services and radio AIDS to navigation.
4. the operator of an aerodrome for which are published procedures approach or departure to instruments collects data relating to the obstacles situated:-in the right-of-way of the aerodrome; and - where appropriate, in the vicinity of the aerodrome.
5. the operator of an aerodrome for which no process approach or departure to instruments is published at least collects aviation data referred to in annexes 2 and 3 to this order when they are relevant.
6. the aerodrome operator transmits data to the provider of aeronautical information services, in accordance with the provisions of the written agreement established with the latter.


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An air navigation service provider is supplier of aeronautical data with regard to data relating to air navigation services that it provides.


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An aerodrome operator or a provider of air navigation services may, for all or part of the data provider, entrust all the tasks and obligations related to the provision of data to a third party. In this case, a written agreement is established between one-third and the aerodrome operator or the provider of air navigation services.
The third party becomes data provider from the title of this order and shall comply with the requirements and, where appropriate, those of Regulation (EU) No 73/2010. He established such a written agreement with the provider of aeronautical information services specifying the aeronautical data provided on behalf of the operator of aerodrome and air navigation services provider.


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The provisions of this order are applicable in New Caledonia, French Polynesia and Wallis and Futuna.


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The Decree of June 3, 2008 as amended relating to the aeronautical information services, the Decree of 28 November 1994 relating to the aeronautical information service and the instruction of 2 December 1994 on the aeronautical information service are repealed.


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The provisions of this order come into force as of the first day of the fourth month following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the French Republic.
However, the protocols established under the Decree of June 3, 2008 as amended relating to the aeronautical information services between the provider of aeronautical information services and aeronautical data providers that are not referred to in article 2, paragraph 2, of Regulation (EU) No 73/2010 are brought into conformity with the provisions of Schedule 1 to this order no later than five years after the date of entry into force.


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The Director general of civil aviation, the Director of military air traffic, and Executive Director of overseas are responsible, each in relation to the execution of this order, which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.

Annex ANNEXES annex 1 the written agreements referred to in articles 4 and 5 define:-the respective responsibilities of the entities that establish the agreement;
-the elements of data exchanged and the metadata associated with them;
-any restrictions on use of data;
-the specifications applicable to data sets exchanged;
-the format in which the data are exchanged;
-the accuracy, resolution and integrity requirements applicable to the elements of data exchanged;
-practical arrangements for the transmission of aeronautical data;
-the time limits and notifications required in advance of any modification or creation of elements of data;
-actions to be taken in the event of discovery of an error or inconsistency in the aeronautical data.

Annex 2 list of data collected by operators of aerodromes for which no process approach or departure to instruments is published:-the aerodrome operator: name, address, telephone and fax numbers, e-mail address, address of the aeronautical fixed service and, if applicable, website address;
-the aerodrome reference point: coordinates, distance from the center of the city or the community served by the aerodrome;
-aerodrome elevation (the highest point of the landing area);
-characteristics of the slopes: a. altitudes runway thresholds;
b. true orientation.
identification number;
d. length;
e. width;
f. location of the tripping thresholds and their altitudes;
g. type of surface;
h. distance of usable takeoff tread;
i. distance usable at take-off;
j. distance can be used for the accelerate-stop;
k. distance usable landing;
-released extensions: length, width;
-stop extensions: length, width and type of surface.
-runway Strip: width and length;
-runway end safety areas: length, width and type of surface.
-traffic lanes: identification, width, type of surface and breakpoints.
-ramp: type of surface and aircraft parking positions.
-Visual AIDS: a. information relating to Visual approach slope indicators: location, type, nominal approach slope angle, minimum height of the eyes of the driver above the threshold, angle and direction of the offset when the axis of the device is not parallel to the axis of the track;
b. marking and lighting of the runway and taxiways;
c. information relating to all other visual aids available at the aerodrome;
-obstacles: a. coordinates, altitude, height, type, lighting and marking of obstacles within the right-of-way of the aerodrome;
b. If necessary, coordinates, altitude, height and type of obstacles in the vicinity of the aerodrome;
-resistance of pavement (carrying capacity), when the latter are coated;
-at least a location for verification of the altimeters pre-flight located on the ramp, with the reference altitude;
-detailed description of the hours of operation of the services offered at the aerodrome (part AD 2.3 of Appendix 1 to annex 15);
-detailed description of the services and facilities of groundhandling available airfield (part AD 2.4 of Appendix 1 to annex 15);
-information on the services provided to passengers at the aerodrome (part 2.5 of Appendix 1 to annex 15 AD);
-information on the level of protection provided for the purposes of rescue and fire (part AD 2.6 of Appendix 1 of annex 15);
-detailed description of areas of final approach and take-off (FATO) and the areas of outreach and take-off (TLOF) available at the aerodrome (part AD 2.16 of Appendix 1 to annex 15);
-grip of the aerodrome;
-buildings located in the right-of-way of the aerodrome.

Annex 3 list of data collected by operators of heliports for which no process approach or departure to instruments is published:-type of heliport: on the surface or on the terrace.
-operator of the heliport: name, address, telephone and fax numbers, e-mail address, address SFA and, if applicable, website address;
-point of reference of the heliport, if the heliport is not located on the same site as an aerodrome: coordinates, distance from the center of the city or the community served by the helipad.
-altitude of the heliport;
-characteristics of the areas of final approach and take-off (FATO) and areas of outreach and take-off (TLOF): a. TLOF: coordinates of the geometric centre of the TLOF dimensions rounded per metre or at the nearest foot, slope and surface type;
b. FATO: type of FATO, true orientation to one hundredth of a degree close, identification number (if applicable), length, width, rounded to the meter or to the nearest foot, slope and surface type;
c. distance usable at take-off;
d. distance can be used for the rejected;
e. distance usable landing;
-safety area: length, width and type of surface.
-ClearWay: length, width, profile ground;
-traffic lane to the ground for helicopters and taxiway in translation in ground effect: designation, width, type of surface;
-ramp: type of surface, positions of helicopter parking;
-resistance (load-bearing capacity) the FATO, TLOF and helicopter parking positions;
-Visual AIDS: a. information relating to Visual approach slope indicators: location, type, nominal approach slope angle, minimum height of the eyes of the driver above the threshold, angle and direction of the offset when the axis of the device is not parallel to the axis of the FATO;
b. marking and lighting of the FATO, TLOF, helicopter ground taxiways and lanes in translation in ground effect;
-obstacles: a. coordinates, altitude, height, type, lighting and marking of obstacles in the right-of-way of the heliport;
b. If necessary, coordinates, altitude, height and type of obstacles in the vicinity of the heliport;
-detailed description of the hours of operation of the services offered at the heliport (part 3.3 of Appendix 1 to annex 15 AD);
-detailed description of the services and ground handling facilities available at the heliport (part 3.4 of Appendix 1 to annex 15 AD);
-information on the services provided to passengers at the heliport (part 3.5 of Appendix 1 of annex 15 AD);
-information on the level of protection provided for the purposes of rescue and fire (part AD 3.6 of Appendix 1 to annex 15);
-grip of the heliport;
-buildings located in the right-of-way of the heliport.

Made on March 23, 2015.
The Minister of ecology, sustainable development and energy, for the Minister and by delegation: the Director of air transport, P. Schwach the Minister of defence, to the Minister and by delegation: the Director of military air traffic, E. Labourdette Minister of overseas, for the Minister and by delegation: Executive Director of overseas, T. Degos

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