The Order In Which Military Aviation Aircraft Flying The Airspace Of The Republic Of Latvia In The

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā militārās aviācijas gaisa kuģi veic lidojumus Latvijas Republikas gaisa telpā

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 966 in Riga, 21 November 2006 (pr. No 61 55) order in which military aviation aircraft flying the airspace of the Republic of Latvia of Issued in accordance with the law "on the air" 117. Article i. General questions 1. determines the order in which military aviation aircraft flying the airspace of the Republic of Latvia (hereinafter air space). 2. Subject to the provisions of the Republic of Latvia military aviation aircraft, civil aircraft, used by the national armed forces and foreign military aircraft, which carry out flights in the air space. 3. Military Aviation aircraft flights in the air space shall be carried out in accordance with the 7 December 1944 Convention on international civil aviation and the national civil aviation regulatory regulations (hereinafter referred to as general air traffic) or different from civil aviation requirements (hereinafter referred to as operational air traffic), respecting the concept of the flexible use of airspace and this provision limits referred to in chapter IV. 4. General air traffic and operational air traffic at the same time does not occur in the same airspace structure element, except when military aircraft flights coordinated by this provision in paragraph 7.3 below. 5. the priority in the use of the air space in relation to other airspace users (except for aircraft emergency situations) the instructions of the Cabinet in the order of their areas of responsibility to public joint stock company "Latvian air traffic" or-individual air traffic control zones-air traffic control service controller, which does not include public joint stock company "Latvian air traffic", the following military aircraft flights: 5.1 airspace patrol flights to visually identify the use of airspace and of the State border violators, redirect it to the original route or outside the territory of the Republic of Latvia's borders or make it a forced settlement;
5.2. flight of the public order and security, which made the aircraft forced settlement or combat operation against aircraft on the territory of the Republic of Latvia, to prevent harm to the interests of national security, where there is reason to believe that the aircraft is used as a weapon of human destruction;
5.3. the crash, fire and rescue and emergency-relief, as well as people and other objects, search and rescue or to carry out that work;
5.4. in these rules referred to in point 5.1. flight readiness test. II. Use of airspace coordination of military aviation aircraft during flights 6. Use of airspace is coordinated in accordance with the concept of the flexible use of airspace for all airspace users. Using the airspace for air traffic operational compliance with all the safety of airspace users. 7. in order to ensure flexible use of airspace in accordance with the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 March 2004, Regulation (EC) No 549/2004 laying down the framework for the creation of the single European sky (the framework regulation), airspace management is implemented: 7.1.-strategic level of the Ministry of transport and the Ministry of defence, developing guidelines for the flexible use of airspace;
7.2. at the operational level-the Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of transport, through the civil and military use of airspace coordination centre;
7.3. the tactical level-public joint stock company "Latvian air traffic" and the national armed forces of the air force, the permanent coordination of the use of airspace. The cooperation in the coordination of the use of airspace determines the Cabinet's instruction. III. Operational air traffic arrangements 8. Operational air traffic going Visual or instrumental meteorological conditions. 9. Operational air traffic is not civil air traffic control and flow control. 10. Operational air traffic is run by dedicated military aviation flight management trained and authorized air traffic control personnel. IV. Operational air traffic restrictions 11. Military aircraft flight speed restrictions: 11.1. military aviation aircraft flying below flight level 95. out with the speed of up to Mach 0.9 or number 575 nodes;
11.2. military aircraft flights above flight level 95. flight level 300 out with a speed of up to Mach number 0.95;
11.3. supersonic flights shall be carried out not less than 300 flight level;
11.4. this rule 5.1, 5.2, and 5.4. the flights referred to in military aircraft to supersonic speed over the height of more than 3000 metres (10000 feet), and the aircraft is in flight mode of climb. 12. Military aircraft flight height restrictions for flights the Visual meteorological conditions: 12.1. flights on the route: 12.1.1. airplanes-not less than 150 metres (500 feet) above the surface of the pārlidojam or the barriers to closer than 600 meters from the route of the flight;
12.1.2. helicopters: not less than 30 metres (100 feet) above the surface of the pārlidojam or the barriers to closer than 150 metres from the route of the flight;
12.2. the low flights carried out specifically for this purpose created zones of airspace, subject to the following restrictions: 12.2.1. airplanes-not less than 45 metres (150 feet) above the surface of the pārlidojam or the barriers to closer than 150 metres from the route of the flight;
12.2.2. helicopters: not less than 15 metres (45 feet) above the surface of the pārlidojam or the barriers to closer than 50 meters from the flight route. 13. Military Aviation airplanes during flights make fuel specially set up for this purpose zones and routes no less than 1500 metres (5000 feet), helicopter-not less than 150 metres (500 feet). 14. Military Aviation aircraft Visual meteorological conditions: 14.1 above urban areas with populations over 10000, not less than 300 meters (1000 feet) above the highest obstacle;

14.2. above the residential areas with populations not exceeding 10000, not less than 150 metres (500 ft) above the highest obstacle. 15. Military Aviation aircraft flights instrumental meteorological conditions do not lower than 300 meters (1000 feet) above the highest obstacle within eight kilometers (4.3 nautical miles) radius of the estimated location of the aircraft. Prime Minister a. Halloween Defense Minister a. Slakter States