Aircraft Meteorological Flights Necessary Arrangements For The Provision Of Information

Original Language Title: Gaisa kuģu lidojumiem nepieciešamās meteoroloģiskās informācijas sniegšanas kārtība

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 657 in Riga august 15, 2006 (pr. No 42 15) aircraft flights necessary meteorological information procedure issued in accordance with the law "on the air" of article 55 1. determines the order in which the Meteorological Service provides interested parties with aircraft flights meteorological information required for payment or free of charge.
2. Aviation meteorological information (weather report, analysis, forecast and any other message that is associated with the actual or expected meteorological conditions and required aircraft flights) aviation meteorological information of the user (the person associated with the management of the aircraft in flight, landing, and take-off time, including airlines and airports), which uses the air space of the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Latvia: 2.1 the use of airspace and air traffic organization national company-about actual conditions;
2.2. the national agency "Latvian environment, geology and Meteorology Agency" under the Cabinet of Ministers of 22 November 2005, regulations no 896 "rules for State agencies" Latvian environment, geology and Meteorology Agency "public provided paid services price list".
3. Aviation meteorological information provider aviation meteorological information prepares and distributes aviation meteorological information to users, following the 7 December 1944 Convention on international civil aviation annex 3 and 11. mandatory requirements.
4. Aviation meteorological information meteorological information to aviation users for a fee on the basis of mutual agreement.
5. From paying aviation meteorological information is released in the aviation meteorological information for the user that: 5.1. search and rescue work after the aviation search and rescue coordination centre or marine search and rescue coordination centre of the order;
5.2. the participating aviation accident or incident investigation;
5.3. participate in humanitarian or emergency medical care;
5.4. participates in natural disasters or disaster relief;
5.5. performing a public function in the interests of the Latvian State.
Prime Minister, the Defense Minister a. traffic Minister Slakter k. Peters Editorial Note: regulations shall enter into force with 23 august 2006.