The Airspace Of The Republic Of Latvia For The Use Of The Order In Respect Of Certain Activities

Original Language Title: Latvijas Republikas gaisa telpas izmantošanas kārtība attiecībā uz atsevišķām darbībām

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/160369

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 481 in Riga in 2007 (10 July. No 40 11) Latvian airspace use arrangements relating to individual transactions Issued in accordance with the law "on the air" in article 40, second subparagraph, and article 117 of i. General questions 1. determines the order in which the natural and legal persons authorized to use and uses the air space of the Republic of Latvia (hereinafter air space): 1.1 aircraft flights, except for passengers, baggage, freight and mail by air;
1.2. the activities related to light, radio and all kinds of electro magnetic emissions that may endanger an aircraft or other flight safety of material objects;
1.3. the activities related to the material object lifting, or lowering the air space;
1.4. the shooting and blasting work that may endanger an aircraft or other flight safety of material objects;
1.5. military aircraft flights.
2. the National Agency for Civil Aviation Agency "(hereinafter referred to as the Civil aviāc nary Agency) issue permits: 2.1. aircraft flights referred to in point 1.1 of these rules;
2.2. the activities related to the light emission, which can pose a threat to the aircraft and other tangible objects in flight safety;
2.3. the activities related to the tangible object lifting, or lowering the air space;
2.4. the shooting and blasting work that may endanger an aircraft or other flight safety of material objects.
3. public joint stock company "electronic communications Directorate" (hereinafter referred to as the communications Directorate), consistent with the laws governing the use of radio authorizations, the authorise the activities related to radio and all types of electromagnetic emission, which can pose a threat to the aircraft and the safety of material objects. Electronic communications Directorate shall issue the authorisation only if it has received the opinion of the Civil Aviation Agency that the transaction will not result in threats to aviation security and safety.
4. If, in accordance with national or international legislation on aircraft flights flight concerned does not require the permission of the captain of the aircraft flight plan shall be submitted to the national joint stock company "Latvian air traffic" (hereinafter referred to as the Latvian air traffic) not later than 30 minutes before the start of the flight, if not for the frontier, and hours before the start of the flight, if provided for by national border crossings, without prejudice to the relevant national and international laws and regulations. If, in accordance with national or international legislation on this provision 1.2., 1.3 and 1.4. activities referred to in them do not need permission, before whom the action planned activities submitted to the Civil Aviation Agency synoptic information on the planned activities, in so far as this does not conflict with the relevant national and international laws and regulations. Cabinet of Ministers instruction establishes the cooperation arrangements (including authorisation, without prejudice to national or international laws and regulations on the use of airspace) between the Civil Aviation Agency and the national armed forces for national armed forces rules referred to in paragraph 1, the use of airspace.
II. Aircraft flights, except for passengers, luggage, freight and mail by air 5. using air space civil aviation commercial aircraft travel, entertainment, corporate or sports flights, the aircraft captain submitted to Civil Aviation Agency and the Latvian air traffic flight plan: 5.1. not later than 30 minutes before the start of the flight, if the flight is for controlled air space or 15 kilometres wide band along the Republic of Latvia and the Russian Federation State border , The Republic of Latvia and the Republic of Belarus the State border of the Republic of Latvia or the territorial sea outer edge and the flight time is not for the frontier;
5.2. no later than an hour before the start of the flight, if the State border crossing.
6. Civil Aviation Agency to immediately review the corresponding flight plan and the flight if it endangers the prohibited civil aviation security or safety.
7. in order to receive permission to work in the special aviation flights of aircraft, aircraft operator no later than 10 working days before commencement of the work submitted to the Civil Aviation Agency. The application shall show the following: 7.1 aircraft operator name, legal address, registration number and a uniform document, the right to pursue the activity applied for;
7.2. Special types of aviation work, planned area, work out the necessary height (in feet), work, and the end date and time, in universal coordinated time (UTC);
7.3. the work carried out for the aircraft type, the country and the aircraft registration mark, as well as the owner's name (name).
8. If, during a special aviation jobs, are unduly affected the rights of third parties or the interests of the applicant to the application shall be accompanied by documents certifying that the work is aligned with these people.
9. If the application contains the information is incomplete or inaccurate, the Civil Aviation Agency within two working days after receipt of the application, the applicant requests in writing to submit specified information.
10. If the applicant within five working days after the rules referred to in paragraph 9 of the receipt of the submitted information, clarify the Civil Aviation Agency takes a decision to refuse an authorisation and shall inform the applicant in writing.
11. If the proposed action does not jeopardise the security of civil aviation or security, the Civil Aviation Agency, within three working days following that rule 7, 8 and 9 of the information referred to in paragraph received authorisation to take appropriate actions.
12. by paragraph 11 of these rules the authorization referred to in the Civil Aviation Agency Announces a Latvian air traffic this rule 7.2 and 7.3. information referred to in point.
13. before work special aviation aircraft flight launch aircraft captain no later than 30 minutes before the start of the flight shall be submitted to the Latvian air traffic flight plan indicating the Civil Aviation Agency issued the permit number.
III. Activities related to the emission of light 14. Authorisation of activities related to the light emission, which can pose a threat to the aircraft and other tangible objects in flight safety, the cold had no later than five working days before the commencement of the Civil Aviation Agency submitted an application. The application shall state the following particulars: 14.1. name of the applicant (name), a personal code (single registration number), home address (legal address);
14.2. type of activity and taking place (district), start-up and the end date and time, in universal coordinated time (UTC);
14.3. the power of the light, the angle of the horizontal and vertical plane;
14.4. the light radiating equipment technical description and manufacturer name.
15. If, during a specific activity is unjustly affected third party rights or interests of the applicant to the application shall be accompanied by documents certifying that the operation is consistent with these people.
16. If the proposed action does not jeopardise the security of civil aviation or security, the Civil Aviation Agency, within three working days following that rule 14 and 15 the receipt referred to in paragraph 1 shall be issued a permit to carry out the activities in question.
17. at paragraph 16 of these rules the authorization referred to in the Civil Aviation Agency Announces a Latvian air traffic this rule 14.2 and 14.3. the information referred to in point.
IV. Material object lifting, relocation or placement under 18 To receive permission for activities related to the material object lifting, or lowering the air space within a period of less than 90 days, the applicant not less than 10 working days before the commencement of the activities submitted to the Civil Aviation Agency. The application shall state the following particulars: 18.1. the applicant's first name, last name (name), a personal code (single registration number), home address (legal address);
18.2. mode of action and place (district), height (in feet), start and end date and time, in universal coordinated time (UTC);
18.3., move, lifting or lowering air space for a technical description of the object.
19. If the operations in question are not unreasonably prejudiced the rights of third parties or the interests of the applicant to the application shall be accompanied by documents showing that the said activities are coordinated with those persons.
20. If the proposed action does not endanger civil aviation safety or security, the Civil Aviation Agency within five working days after the 18 and 19 of the rules referred to in paragraph 1, the document shall be issued for receipt of permission to perform these steps.

21. by paragraph 20 of these rules the authorization referred to in the Civil Aviation Agency asked a Latvian air traffic within three working days to draw up the relevant procedure requires the use of temporary airspace restrictions, to approve Civil Aviation Agency and issue a notice of any aeronautical facility, service and implementation of rules, change or threat information (NOTES statement). NOTE a notice sent by electronic means of communication. The activities in the material object, move, lifting or lowering sky launch no earlier than seven days after the notification is sent to the NOTES.
22. If a tangible object, moving, lifting or lowering is expected to make a period exceeding 90 days, according to the regulations of the airspace structure and its change agenda proposes changing the structure according to the planned activities. In this case, the material object lifting, or lowering shall be carried out in accordance with the operating procedures of the structural elements.
V. shooting and blasting work that may endanger an aircraft or other tangible object safety 23. any shooting or blasting are prohibited in the area of an aerodrome the aircraft take-off and landing.
24. in order to obtain permission for shooting or blasting operations in a period of less than 90 days, the applicant not less than 20 working days prior to the commencement of the activities submitted to the Civil Aviation Agency. The application shall show the following: 24.1. the applicant's first name, last name (name), a personal code (single registration number), home address (legal address);
24.2. a document certifying the applicant's right to shoot or blow up;
24.3. the shooting or blasting the way place (district), and the end date and time, in universal coordinated time (UTC);
15.2. the explosion hazardous areas the maximum height in feet and RADIUS;
15.2. the maximum height and shot into the distance;
24.6. weapons used in the shooting.
25. If, through concrete actions, unduly affect a third party right or interest, the applicant the application shall be accompanied by a document showing that the said activities are coordinated with those persons.
26. Civil Aviation Agency within three working days after this provision in paragraph 24 and 25 that document receipt sent copies to the Ministry of Defence for an opinion.
27. the Ministry of defence within five working days of the appearance of the document copies and submitted to the Civil Aviation Agency opinion on the conformity of the activities planned in the interest of national defence.
28. If the proposed action does not jeopardise the security of civil aviation or security, the Civil Aviation Agency within five working days after the positive that the opinion referred to in paragraph 27 of the receipt of the authorization to carry out such activities.
29. by paragraph 28 of these rules the authorization referred to in the Civil Aviation Agency asked a Latvian air traffic within three working days to draw up the relevant procedure requires the use of temporary airspace restrictions, to approve Civil Aviation Agency and issue a NOTAM statement.
30. The applicant shooting jobs start not earlier than seven days after the notice of issue of the NOTES.
31. If shooting or blasting operations to be taken for a period exceeding 90 days, according to the regulations of the airspace structure and its change agenda proposes changing the structure according to the planned activities. In this case, shooting or blasting shall be carried out in accordance with the operating procedures of the structural elements.
Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic Minister a. shlesers Editorial Note: rules shall enter into force on 14 July 2007.