Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers Of 27 December 2005, The Regulation No 1033 "reporting Arrangements For Incidents In Civil Aviation"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2005.gada 27.decembra noteikumos Nr.1033 "Ziņošanas kārtība par atgadījumiem civilajā aviācijā"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 175 in Riga, March 17, 2008 (pr. No 17 20) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 27 December 2005, the Regulation No 1033 "reporting arrangements for incidents in civil aviation" Issued in accordance with the law "on the air" article 64 the fourth draw Cabinet of 27 December 2005, the Regulation No 1033 "reporting arrangements for incidents in civil aviation" (Latvian journal, 2006, no. 2; 2007, 103 no) the following amendments: 1. Replace paragraph 4, the words "information on accidents" with the words "information on aviation accidents". 2. Replace paragraph 6 the number and the word "7." with a number and the word "the" in paragraph 5. 3. Delete paragraph 7. 4. Make the following point 14: "14. Civil Aviation Agency's database does not specify individual names and addresses (regardless of the incident, aviation accident or serious incident types or categories)." 5. Make annex 1 as follows: "annex 1 Cabinet of 27 December 2005, the Regulation No 1033 With aircraft operations, maintenance, repair and manufacture-related occurrences to be reported I. Aircraft operations 1. Associated with the operation of an aircraft, on which incident reported: avoidance manoeuvre: 1.1 1.1.1. the possibility of colliding with another aircraft, the ground or some object or a dangerous situation when you would have had to make evasive manoeuvres; 1.1.2. avoidance manoeuvre required to avoid a collision with another aircraft, the ground or some object; 1.1.3. the avoidance of other dangerous situations; 1.2. with a take-off or landing incidents related, including landing safety or forced landing beyond the runway, or landing attempt on a closed, occupied or incorrect runway, or leaving on the runway or runway dangerous crossing; 1.3. the failure to achieve the intended technical characteristics taking off or initial climb. 1.4. too small amount of fuel, could not move fuel, could not use the entire quantity of fuel used; 1.5. the loss of the ability to manage the aircraft (including partial or temporary) regardless of the reason; 1.6. the events that have occurred or have created dangerous situations, aircraft approaching the speed V1 (maximum speed when possible to take a decision on the termination of the flight and the minimum speed when possible to take a decision on the continuation of the flights) or reaches this speed (for example, take-off, tail suspended contact with the ground, the engine power loss); 1.7. departure to the second floor, as the resulting in a hazardous or potentially hazardous situation; 1.8. the significant unplanned deviation from air speed, the intended route or altitude (more than 300 ft) regardless of the reason; 1.9. the descent below the relative or absolute height, when the can yet decide whether the minimum descent below the relative or absolute height without requiring Visual attraction; 1.10. the loss of awareness of the actual position or the position relative to the other aircraft; 1.11. the loss of communication between flight crew (CRM) or the flight crew and cabin crew, air traffic control, mechanics; 1.12. a heavy landing to take heavy landing check; 1.13. the fuel imbalance limits being exceeded; 1.14. incorrect secondary surveillance radar altimeter of the code or installation of the apakšskal; 1.15. the wrong data into or the technical characteristics of the erroneous calculation of navigation data entry equipment, as well as the incorrect use of the data; 1.16. flawed by radio telephone broadcast message receipt or interpretation; 1.17. the fuel system malfunction that affected fuel supply or distribution; 1.18. inadvertent aircraft moving from the place to the artificial surface of cover; 1.19 aircraft collision with another aircraft, vehicle, or other object on the Earth; 1.20. careless or incorrect behaviour with control devices; 1.21. the failure of any of the flight phases to achieve the intended aircraft configuration (e.g. chassis, chassis doors, flaps, stabilisers, priekšplākšņ position); 1.22. the dangerous or potentially dangerous situation arising from training or system failure simulation carried out checks; 1.23. too strong vibration; 1.24. any aircraft manoeuvring associated main warning system activation (for example, warning of the configuration, the warning of stall, speeding), except if: 1.24.1. crew then found that the alert was unfounded, and if the warning is not undue because of difficulties or hazardous situation associated with the crew response to the warning; 1.24.2. it is used in training or testing; 1.25. the activation of the warning system to signal the approach of dangerous ground if: 1.25.1. the aircraft come closer to the ground than had been planned or expected; 1.25.2. warning broadcast by the instrumental equipment, meteorological conditions or at night and found that it was caused by too rapid descent; 1.25.3. alarm reason had been unable to approach the phase skip chassis supports or flaps; 1.25.4. difficult or dangerous situations that have arisen or may arise in connection with the crew response to the warning (such as decreasing the likely distance from other aircraft). This applies to any type of alerts-true, irrelevant or unfounded; 1.26. warning systems alert on dangerous ground if the coming difficulties or danger or could arise in relation to crew reactions to anxiety; 1.27. the aircraft collision warning systems for reporting incidents (AC race); 1.28. the events related to the engine or propeller induced air jet caused by incidents (air jet because of serious damage or injuries). 2. emergency situations: 2.1. fires, explosion, smoke, toxic or harmful fumes (even when the flames clear); 2.2. any non-standard procedure by the flight crew or cabin crew used to prevent an emergency, if: 2.2.1. procedure has been developed, but is not used; 2.2.2. the procedure is developed; 2.2.3. the procedure has been developed, but is incomplete or inappropriate; 2.2.4. the procedure is incorrect; 2.2.5. using the wrong procedure; 2.3. any procedures developed for use in non-compliance with emergency situations (including technical maintenance, training or test); 2.4. in the event that week launched emergency evacuation; 2.5. decompression; 2.6. any emergency equipment or emergency procedures developed to resolve the situation; 2.7. the event, which declared an emergency situation; 2.8. any emergency system or equipment (including the emergency exit doors and emergency lighting) failure (even if they are used for maintenance, training or test); 2.9. when one of the crew members had to use emergency for oxygen. 3. The aircraft crew could not: 3.1 any flight crew member, sick, even if prior to departure there is reason to believe that the work could not be manifested after take-off; 3.2. any cabin crew member, sick, which he is essential in an emergency can not perform the relevant obligations. 4. the Incident which led to the aircraft's passengers or crew members emerged or could cause serious injury, but not to be reported as aviation accidents. 5. Meteorology: 5.1 the Thunderbolt, which damaged the aircraft, not working any dimensions of aircraft parts or interfere with its operation; 5.2. the hail which damaged the aircraft, not working any dimensions of aircraft parts or interfere with its operation; 5.3. the strong turbulence that caused the injury to aircraft occupants or persons or that are considered to take the aircraft inspection; 5.4. the wind shift; 5.5. the ice storm that caused difficulties operating the aircraft, the aircraft is damaged, not working any dimensions of aircraft parts or interfere with its operation. 6. Aviation Security: 6.1. unlawful interference in the operation of the aircraft, including the explosions or aircraft hijacking threat; 6.2. trouble controlling passengers located intoxicated, violent passengers, as well as passengers who disobey crew requirements; 6.3. the open passenger without tickets. 7. other incidents: 7.1 a particular type of event recurrence, which, if it were to happen only once, not be treated as such, which must be reported, but the recurring frequency which poses a potential threat; 7.2 bird strike; 7.3. the pēcstrūkl turbulence; 7.4. any incident that endangered, or likely to endanger the aircraft or people who were there, or on the ground. II. Air condition 8. Structural failure, to be reported in accordance with the engineering assessment: damage in the 8.1 main constructive element in (PES), which is not designed to withstand the damage (determined limited time of use). The main constructive elements greatly helps to pick up the flight, ground, and the pressure generated by the load, and their failure can cause catastrophic failure of the aircraft; 8.2. defects or damage which exceeds the allowable damage bojājumizturīg in a constructive element in main; 8.3. damage or defect that is greater than the allowable constructive element of damage and can reduce the stiffness of the structure to the extent that it is no longer possible to air ship; 8.4. the constructive element of damage or defect, which can lead to the separation of heavy items that can cause injury to the existing aircraft; 8.5. the constructive element of damage or defect that could compromise the proper functioning of the system (paragraph 9 of this annex); 8.6. any part of the design of the aircraft's loss of flight. 9. system: 9.1. whatever system, subsystem or set of equipment failure, malfunction or defect, which makes it impossible to properly perform standard operating procedures, training and other activities; 9.2. flight crew could not control the system, for example: 9.2.1. uncontrollable actions; 9.2.2. incorrect or incomplete response (including limited or slow performance); 9.2.3. the loss of control; 9.2.4. mechanical disconnection or failure; 9.3. the exclusive features of the system (one system can combine several functions) failure or malfunction; 9.4. disorders in one system or between multiple systems; 9.5. a system of the protection device or emergency system failure or malfunction; 9.6. system duplication loss; 9.7. any incident relating to the action of the unexpected; 9.8. the aircraft's main systems, subsystems or sets of equipment failure, malfunction or defect: 9.8.1. aircraft types with single main systems, subsystems or sets of equipment; 9.8.2. aircraft types with multiple main systems, subsystems or sets of equipment; 9.9. any with aircraft systems or equipment-related main warning system activation, unless the flight crew has found that the warning was false, and false if the warning is not experiencing difficulties or hazardous situation associated with the crew response to the warning; 9.10. hydraulic fluid, fuel, oil or other fluid leaks, fire or possible airframe, systems or equipment, pollution or persons on board; 9.11. indicator system malfunctions or defects, which may be possible that the crew received the misleading indications; 9.12. any failure, malfunction or defect if it occurs at an important phase of flight and is associated with the operation of the system; 9.13. the realized transactions serious non-compliance with the approved action figures (taking into account the operational methods of calculation accuracy) that resulted in dangerous situations (such as the braking action, fuel consumption); 9.14. flight controls (such as flaps, priekšplākšņ, feeds brake) asymmetry. 10. Engine equipment (including engines, propellers and rotor systems) and auxiliary power (AP): 10.1 the flames off the engine stoppage or malfunction; 10.2. any rotating component rapidly speeding or not able to control its speed (for example, Air launch, air cycle machine, air regulatory turbine engine, propeller or rotor); 10.3. any engine or parts of the power unit failure or malfunction which may occur in one or more of the following problems: 10.3.1. component or debris removal; 10.3.2. uncontrolled internal or external fire, or hot gas breakout; 10.3.3. traction pilot unsolicited direction; 10.3.4. the thrust reverse failure or arbitrary; 10.3.5. inability to control power, traction, or number of revolutions per minute; 10.3.6. engine mount structural failure; 10.3.7. partial or complete major action the power unit parts failure; 10.3.8. dense visible fumes or concentrations of toxic substances in the air crew or passengers makes to act incapable; 10.3.9. failure to turn off the engine using the normal procedure; 10.3.10. failure restarting functional engine; 10.4. the arbitrary loss of traction or power or thrust or power changes or fluctuations, which can be considered as a thrust or power control (LOTC): loss of 10.4.1. viendzinēj aircraft; 10.4.2. if deemed too strong for the activity; 10.4.3. where this could affect one or more of the vairākdzinēj aircraft engines (especially the divdzinēj aircraft); 10.4.4. vairākdzinēj aircraft, if used in the same or similar type of engine and if the incident is considered dangerous or serious; 10.5. any defect in detail that certain limited lifetime and defect changed before a specified time; 10.6. common faults of origin which the engine off in flight is happening so often that there is a possibility that the flight would stop more engines; 10.7. engine containment or control equipment failure or arbitrary; 10.8. the engine parameters being exceeded; 10.9. the damage caused by foreign objects; 10.10. propellers and transmission. Any propeller or powerplant parts failure or malfunction which may occur in one or more of the following problems: 10.10.1. too large propeller rotation speed; 10.10.2. too large frontal resistance; 10.10.3. traction is not required in the direction of the pilot; 10.10.4. propeller or a substantial part of the detachment; 10.10.5. failure, which greatly decreases the balance; 10.10.6. unexpected propeller blade movement that is less than a certain minimum propeller step in flight; 10.10.7. inability to feather the propeller; 10.10.8. was unable to change the propeller's step; 10.10.9. arbitrary changes of propeller pitch; 10.10.10. uncontrollable torque or speed fluctuation; 10.10.11. low-energy part of the detachment; 10.11. the rotor and transmission: 10.11.1. rotor gearbox or connection failure or defect, which can lead to separation of the rotor assembly flight and (or) the rotor control activities; 10.11.2. tail rotor, transmission and similar system damage; 10.12. engine equipment and auxiliary units of force: 10.12.1. engine equipment or power auxiliary units off or failure, if in accordance with operational requirements (such as extended range operations (ETOPS) or required equipment list (MEL)) engine and power equipment ancillary equipment must be available; 10.12.2. failure to turn off the engine and the auxiliary force of the equipment; 10.12.3. engine equipment or power auxiliary units speeding; 10.12.4. failure to start the engine and auxiliary units of force when it is required. 11. The human factor-any incident in which an aircraft design or failures may cause a failure in use, which could lead to dangerous or catastrophic consequences. 12. other incidents: 12.1. any incident that is not normally considered to be reported (e.g. in connection with the cabin furnishing and equipment, water systems), but which under certain circumstances threaten the aircraft or the people in it; 12.2. a fire, explosion, smoke, toxic or harmful fumes; 12.3. any incident that could endanger the aircraft, or the safety of persons, as well as people or property which was in the vicinity of the aircraft or on the ground; 12.4 passenger mediating system failure or defect, which the system has not worked or passengers the information communicated was not audible; 12.5. the pilot seat control equipment failure during the flight. 13. examples of occurrences to be reported and resulting from the application of the general criteria in paragraph 9 of this annex, the following systems: 13.1. air conditioning and ventilation: 13.1.1 complete avioelektronisk systems refrigeration failure; 13.1.2. decompression; 13.2. autopilot system: 13.2.1. autopilot system failed during its use to perform the tasks conferred on it; 13.2.2. the crew's serious difficulties in controlling the aircraft autopilot system, with reported; 13.2.3. any disconnection of the autopilot system device failure; 13.2.4. arbitrary change the autopilot; 13.3 13.3.1. passenger communications: reaching a system failure or defect, which the passenger is not mediating system acted or passengers the information communicated was not audible; 13.3.2. total loss of communication in flight; 13.4. electrical system: 13.4.1. one of power distribution systems (AC (alternating current)/DC (direct current)) "; 13.4.2. the complete elektroģenerācij systems or multiple system failure; 13.4.3. elektroģenerācij backup emergency system failure; 13.5. the pilot's cockpit, cabin and cargo compartment: 13.5.1. pilot seat control loss during flight; 13.5.2. any emergency system or equipment (including emergency evacuation signal system, the exit doors, emergency lighting) failure; 13.5.3. loading of system loss of retention capability; 13.6. fire protection system: 13.6.1. fire alarm (except if it now accepted to be unfounded); 13.6.2. not open fire or smoke detector (defences) failure or defect, which could be lost or reduced due to fire or smoke detector (defences) efficiency; 13.6.3. failure to warn of actual fire or smoke; 8.5. flight controls: 13.7.1. flaps, priekšplākšņ, feeds and other devices asymmetry; 13.7.2. primary flight control system or the associated tab or the latch system limitations, slowness, poor or slow reaction; 13.7.3. flight control surface sharing; 13.7.4. flight control surface vibration felt by the crew; 13.7.5. flight controls mechanical disconnection or failure; 13.7.6. serious aircraft normal flight control problems or quality deterioration; 13.8. fuel system: 13.8.1. fuel quantity indicating system malfunction resulting in aircraft fuel or to end control displays information about an incorrect amount of fuel; 13.8.2. fuel leaks, which lost a significant amount of fuel or existed serious fire or the threat of contamination; 13.8.3. drain fuel system malfunctions or defects, which unexpectedly lost a great quantity of fuel or fire or air pollution or the threat of equipment could not discard the fuel; 13.8.4. fuel system malfunctions or defects, which had a serious impact on fuel supply and (or) distribution; 13.8.5. could not distribute or use the entire quantity of fuel used; 13.9. hydraulics: 13.9.1. one hydraulic system (ETOPS only) failure; 13.9.2. insulation system failure; 13.9.3. more than one hydraulic system failure; 13.9.4. backup hydraulic system failure; 13.9.5. unexpected dynamic flow air turbine operation; 13.10. icing detektoraizsargsistēm: 13.10.1. undetected incapacitation/de-icing system failure or malfunction; 13.10.2. more than one pitot tube heating system failure; 13.10.3. failure to achieve a symmetrical wing de-icing; 13.10.4. excessive ice accumulation, which seriously affected the flight or the aircraft management quality; 13.10.5. significantly lowered the visibility to the crew; 13.11. indicating, warning, or recording system: 13.11.1. any indicating system malfunction or defect if possible misleading indications because the crew could not correctly using one of the vital important systems; 13.11.2. the Red alarm function failure; 13.11.3. with respect to the flight deck to the electronic instrument display-more than one display unit or the display or function of alerting associated computer failure or malfunction; 13.12. the chassis, brakes and tires: 13.12.1. brake fire; 13.12.2. significant braking action; 13.12.3. asymmetrical braking action, which significantly changes the trajectory; 13.12.4. chassis free loss system failure (including regular inspections); 13.12.5. arbitrary or release the retractable undercarriage or chassis door opening or closing; 13.12.6. more tyre burst; 13.13. navigation systems (including precision approach systems) and flight information systems: 13.13.1. complete navigation equipment failure or multiple disorders; 13.13.2. complete flight information system failure or a number of its disorders; 13.13.3. significant misleading indications; 13.13.4. significant navigation errors caused by incorrect data or data encryption error. 13.13.5. unexpected diversion from the horizontal or vertical trajectory that has made the pilot; 13.13.6. failure in ground-based navigation equipment, which resulted in significant navigation errors not associated with transitions from inertial navigation mode to radio navigation mode. 13.14. oxygen for pressurised aircraft: 13.14.1. oxygen supply loss cockpit; 13.14.2. loss of essential oxygen number of passengers (more than 10%) (also, if it's open for maintenance, training or test); 1.15 p.m.. engine the compressor compressed air system: 13.15.1. failure hot air leak, which bleed a fire warning system or constructive defects; 13.15.2. all air leaks in system failure; 13.15.3. air leak detection system failures. III. Aircraft maintenance and repair 14. Unexpected inspection or testing found the wrong node and component connection. 15. Hot air leaks, which is based on the damage to the structure. 16. any defect in the part where a certain limited lifetime and defect changed before a specified time. 17. any damage or wear (e.g. fractures, cracks, corrosion, flaking, atlīmēšan) caused by any cause (such as vibration, reducing the stringency, constructive defect) the following parts: the main structure or 17.1. main constructive items (as defined in the manufacturer's repair manual) where such damage or repair manual depreciation is greater than the allowable limits set in and it is necessary for the repair or replacement of all or part to other parts; 17.2. the secondary system, for which the aircraft was compromised or might have been compromised; 17.3. the engine, propeller or rotorcraft rotor system. 18. any any system or equipment failure, malfunction, defect, damage or depreciation that has been found, run the airworthiness rules or other mandatory regulations issued by the responsible authority of the Act, if a report by the 18.1: an organization that provides compliance, it revealed for the first time; 18.2. in any of the following compliance checks that they exceed the limits referred to in the instructions in writing and (or) repair or defect rectification procedures are not available. 19. Any emergency system or equipment (also the exit door and lighting) disorders (including maintenance or inspection). 20. the total or partial non-compliance with the prescribed maintenance procedures. 21. unknown or questionable origin of the products, parts, appliances and materials. 22. the misleading, incorrect or insufficient information about maintenance or related procedures, which can occur due to a maintenance error. 23. any ground-based aircraft systems and equipment for testing and checking the equipment failure, malfunction, defect, damage or depreciation, if regular inspections and checks, this problem has been found and its because there is a dangerous situation. IV. Air navigation services, facilities and ground services To air navigation services 24 related the incident to be reported, the Cabinet of Ministers of 27 December 2005 rule no. 1033 "reporting arrangements for incidents in civil aviation" in annex 2. 25. The airfield and aerodrome services: 25.1. significant leak fuel during filling; 25.2. wrong fuel injection, which can seriously affect the flight duration, performance, balance or constructive resistance. 26. Transactions with passengers, baggage and cargo: 26.1. significant airframe, systems and equipment, pollution, which source is being carried in baggage or cargo; 26.2. the wrong carriage of persons, baggage or cargo location that can significantly affect the aircraft's weight and (or) require; 26.3. wrong baggage or cargo (including hand baggage) position, which can be compromised the aircraft, its equipment or the people or which may interfere with emergency evacuation; 26.4. the wrong cargo container or other large distribution units; 26.5. introduction of dangerous goods or attempt of introduction of breach of the relevant provisions (including incorrect labelling of dangerous goods or the packaging). 27. the services and servicing aircraft on the ground: 27.1. ground-based aircraft systems and equipment for testing and checking the equipment failure, malfunction or defect if regular inspections and inspection procedures, this problem has not been disclosed and it is a dangerous situation occurred; 27.2. the total or partial non-compliance with the requirements of the service provided; 27.3. contaminated or incorrect fuel or other essential fluids (including oxygen and potable water) injection. 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6. To express the annex by the following: "2. in the annex to Cabinet of 27 December 2005, the Regulation No 1033 With air navigation services related occurrences to be reported 1. Serious near collision incidents (including situations when the aircraft was too close to another aircraft, land, vehicle, person or object): 1.1. separation minima infringement; 1.2. the incorrect distance; 1.3. almost been controlled collision with Earth terrain (near CFIT); 1.4. the obstacle on the runway, which caused the need to take evasive action. 2. the potential for collision or near collision (including situations having aviation accident or a near collision, if another aircraft is in the vicinity): 2.1 the obstacle on the runway, which is not created by the need to take evasive action; 2.2. the aircraft leaving the runway; 2.3. deviations from air traffic control to the requirements of the authorization; 2.4. derogations from the applicable air traffic management (ATM) rules: 2.4.1. derogations from the applicable published air traffic control procedures; 2.4.2. unauthorised penetration of airspace; 2.4.3. the applicable air traffic control regulations for aircraft equipment in inappropriate deployment and use. 3. With the air traffic control-related events (including situations when decreased ability to provide air traffic control services or just by chance, not been compromised aircraft safety): 3.1 failure to provide air traffic control services; 3.2. the inability to provide airspace management services; 3.3. inability to provide air traffic flow management services; 3.4. failure to use the communications function; 3.5. without the ability to use the monitoring function; 3.6. failure to use data processing and communication functions; 3.7. failure to use the navigation function; 3.8. inability to provide air traffic control system. 4. With the air traffic control-related incident, for which to report and resulting from the application of the general criteria in paragraph 3 of this annex, the following areas: 4.1 received the incorrect, inadequate or misleading information from sources that are located on the ground (for example, from air traffic control, airport auto discovery, meteorological services, navigation databases, maps, navigational charts, manuals); 4.2. allowed the intended height of less actual height above the ground; 4.3. received incorrect pressure reference data (incorrect altimeter); 4.4. not properly transmitted, received or interpreted important notice, and therefore results in a hazardous situation; 4.5. the minimum distance has not been complied with; 4.6. unauthorised penetration of airspace; 4.7. the unauthorized radio; 4.8. ground-based air navigation facility or operation of the satellite failure; 4.9 found significant air traffic control and air traffic control or failure or significant deterioration of aerodrome infrastructure; 4.10. the aerodrome manoeuvring area borrowed aircraft, vehicles, animals or unauthorised items, and therefore there was a dangerous or potentially dangerous situation; 4.11 or sufficiently marked obstacles or dangerous sites aerodrome manoeuvring areas, and therefore results in a hazardous situation; 4.12. found in the aerodrome lighting defects or serious malfunction or not at all. "
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Make annex 3 as follows: "3. the Cabinet of Ministers of 27 December 2005, the Regulation No 1033 report of incident information to be included in the 1st flight safety report: 1.1. indication of the privacy of the message; 1.2. the rapporteur assigned incident number; 1.3. flight number (if any); 1.4. the incident date and time (with an indication of whether local or coordinated universal time (UTC)); 1.5. place of departure (airport name); 1.6. the planned landing site (airport name); 1.7. the phase of flight; 1.8. aircraft type, national mark and registration mark; 1.9. the aircraft owner (name, surname) or operator (name, surname); 1.10. the incident classification (aircraft, emergency, the aircraft crew could not, injury, meteorology, aviation security, other); 1.11. incident description title *; 1.12. the description of the incident; 1.13. the consequences (for example, take-off, stopped landing); 1.14 flight conducted in accordance with visual flight rules or instrument flight rules; 1.15. the absolute height; 1.16. air speed; 1.17. the weather (wind speed (kt), clouds, temperature); 1.18. the 24-hour time (vision); 1.19. the height gauge pressure setting on Earth apakšskal the aerodrome elevation (QNH (HPA)); 1.20. the runway identification; 1.21. the runway contamination; 1.22. the visibility on the runway (RVR); 1.23. braking action; 1.24. the aircraft configuration; 1.25. the warning signals; 1.26. person post that during the incident at the air control devices; 1.27. information about the documents (attachments), attached to the message; 1.28. message composition date, rapporteur for the first name, last name, phone number, email address and signature. 2. technical safety report: 2.1. indication of the privacy of the message; 2.2. the rapporteur assigned incident number; 2.3. non-compliance; 2.4. the incident classification (construction, systems, engines, human factors, the aircraft maintenance and repair, other); 2.5. possible fault cause; 2.6. system monitoring (if an event included in the system or component that monitored or protected by warning or protection system, specify whether this system worked properly); 2.7. aircraft type, serial number, national mark and registration mark; 2.8. the incident date and time (with an indication of whether local or coordinated universal time (UTC)); 2.9. the organization that carried out the maintenance (name); 2.10. a mark, or the manufacturer has been informed of the incident; 2.11. a mark or the aircraft operator has been informed of the incident; 2.12. aircraft history (total time and total cycles-since manufacture, since overhaul, since the last inspection); 2.13. defective component; 2.14. the supplemental type-certificate; 2.15. incident description title *; 2.16. the description of the incident; 2.17. information about the documents (attachments), attached to the message; 2.18. first name, last name, phone number, email, date, and signature. 3. Air traffic management (ATM) security report: 3.1. indication of the privacy of the message; 3.2. the rapporteur assigned incident number; 3.3. date and time of the incident (with an indication of whether local or coordinated universal time (UTC)); 3.4. the place of departure (airport name); 3.5. the planned landing site (airport name); 3.6. aircraft type, national mark and registration mark; 3.7. the 24-hour time (vision); 3.8. the weather (wind speed (kt), clouds, temperature); 3.9. height gauge pressure setting on Earth apakšskal the aerodrome elevation (QNH (HPA)); 3.10. incident classification (near collision, potentially in the near collision, with air traffic management related events, other); 3.11. incident description title *; 3.12. the description of the incident; 3.13. information about the documents (attachments), attached to the message; 3.14. message composition date, rapporteur for the first name, last name, phone number, email address and signature. 4. Airport services and ground safety report: 4.1. indication of the privacy of the message; 4.2. the rapporteur assigned incident number; 4.3. date and time of the incident (with an indication of whether local or coordinated universal time (UTC)); 4.4. incident description title *; 4.5. Description of incident; 4.6. the place of departure (airport name); 4.7. the planned landing point (airport name); 4.8. aircraft type, national mark and registration mark; 4.9 incident classification (aerodrome and its equipment, handling luggage and freight, with the aircraft on the ground and its service, other); 4.10. the international civil aviation Organization (ICAO) code assigned to the aerodromes; 4.11. information about the documents (attachments), attached to the message; 4.12. message composition date, rapporteur for the first name, last name, phone number, email address and signature. 5. Report on the collision with the birds: 5.1 the rapporteur assigned incident number; 5.2. the incident date and time (with an indication of whether local or coordinated universal time (UTC)); 5.3. aircraft type, engine type, national mark and registration mark; 5.4. the flight number; 5.5. the aircraft owner (name, surname) or operator (name, surname); 5.6. the place of the incident; 5.7. the nearest airport incident (name, distance (NM), bearing); 5.8. the height above the ground (ft); 5.9. the aircraft flight speed (kt); 5.10. runway identifier; 5.11. the phase of flight; 5.12. the weather (wind speed (kt), clouds, temperature, precipitation); 5.13 occurred on or near collision with birds; 5.14. the bird species, size, total number and number of birds with whom a collision has taken place; 5.15. the aircraft parts, which suffered a collision and damaged; 5.16. impact on flight; 5.17 or pilots were warned about birds; 5.18. the description of the incident; 5.19. information about the documents (attachments), attached to the message; 5.20. message composition date, rapporteur for the first name, last name, phone number, email address and signature. Note the. * Required information appearing. "
Prime Minister i. Godmanis traffic Minister a. shlesers