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AIP New Zealand

GEN 2.2 - 1

GEN 2.2

ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS USED IN AIS PUBLICATIONS

11.1

ABBREVIATIONSGeneral

1.1.1 The abbreviations used in the AIP New Zealand are generally in accordance with those listed in ICAO Abbreviations and Codes PANS-ABC (Doc 8400), and CAR Part 1. 1.1.2 Abbreviations are correct in the use of upper and/or lower case where there is an applicable international standard, such as for units of measurement (ICAO ANNEX 5). Upper case is always used in communications on the aeronautical fixed service, such as transmission on the international AFTN, or in the text of NOTAM. 1.1.3 A shortened list of abbreviations is also available on the Airways website. 1.1.4 In the following listing: * means a non-ICAO abbreviation for New Zealand domestic use only means abbreviations and terms are to be transmitted as spoken words when using radiotelephony means abbreviations and terms are to be transmitted as individual letters when using radiotelephony A A AAA A/A AAD AAL ABI ABM ABN ABT ABV AC Amber (or AAB, AAC ... etc in sequence) Amended meteorological message Air-to-air Assigned altitude deviation Above aerodrome level Advance boundary information Abeam Aerodrome beacon About Above Altocumulus

E Civil Aviation Authority

Effective: 23 NOV 06

GEN 2.2 - 2 ACARS ACAS ACC ACCID ACFT ACK ACL ACN ACNZ ACPT ACT AD AD ADA ADC ADDN ADEP ADES ADF ADIZ ADJ ADO ADR ADS-B ADS-C ADSU ADVS ADZ AES AFFF AFIL AFIS AFM AFRU AFS AFT AFTN A/G

AIP New Zealand Aircraft communication addressing and reporting system (pronounced AY-CARS) Airborne collision avoidance system (pronounced AY-CASS) Area control centre or area control Notification of an aircraft accident Aircraft Acknowledge Altimeter check location Aircraft classification number Airways Corporation of New Zealand Limited Accept or accepted Active or activated or activity Aerodrome Airworthiness Directive Advisory area Aerodrome chart Addition or additional Aerodrome of Departure Aerodrome of Destination Automatic direction-finding equipment or automatic direction-finder Air defence identification zone (pronounced AY-DIZ) Adjacent Aerodrome office (specify service) Advisory route Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast Automatic Dependent Surveillance Contract Automatic dependent surveillance unit Advisory service Advise Aircraft earth station Aqueous film forming foam Flight plan filed in the air Aerodrome flight information service Yes or affirm or affirmative or that is correct Aerodrome frequency response unit Aeronautical fixed service After ... (time or place) Aeronautical fixed telecommunications network Air to ground

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Effective: 12 FEB 09

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AIP New Zealand AGA AGL AGN AGNIS AIC AIDC AIP AIPNZ AIRAC AIREP AIRMET

GEN 2.2 - 3

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AIS ALA ALERFA ALRS ALS ALT ALTN ALTN AMA AMD AMDT AMS AMSL AMSS ANC ANS AOC AP APAPI APCH APDC APIS APN

Aerodromes, air routes and ground aids Above ground level Again Azimuth guidance for nose-in stands Aeronautical information circular Air traffic services inter-facility data communication Aeronautical information publication Aeronautical information publication of New Zealand Aeronautical information regulation and control Air report Information concerning enroute weather phenomena which may affect the safety of low-level aircraft operations Aeronautical information services Alighting area Alert phase Alerting service Approach lighting system Altitude Alternate or alternating (light alternates in colour) Alternate (aerodrome) Area minimum altitude Amend Amendment (AIP Amendment) Aeronautical mobile service Above mean sea level Aeronautical mobile satellite service Aeronautical chart 1:500 000 (followed by name/title) Answer Aerodrome obstacle chart (followed by type and name/title) Airport Abbreviated precision approach path indicator (pronounced AY-PAPI) Approach Aircraft parking/docking chart (followed by name/title) Aircraft parking information system Apron

E Civil Aviation Authority

Effective: 4 SEP 03

GEN 2.2 - 4 APP APR APRX APSG APV ARC ARC ARFL ARFOR ARNG ARO ARP ARQ ARR ARST AS ASC ASDA ASE ASPH AT * ATA ATC ATCC ATD ATFM ATIS ATM ATN ATP ATS ATSC ATTN AT-VASIS

AIP New Zealand Approach control office or Approach control or Approach control service April Approximate or approximately After passing Approve or approved or approval Area chart Aerodrome reference code Aerodrome reference field length Area forecast (in aeronautical meteorological code) Arrange Air traffic services reporting office Aerodrome reference point Automatic error correction Arrive or arrival Arresting [specify (part of) aircraft arresting equipment] Altostratus Ascend to or Ascending to Accelerate-stop distance available Altimetry system error Asphalt At (followed by time at which weather change is forecast to occur) Actual time of arrival Air traffic control (in general) Air Traffic Control Centre Actual time of departure or Along Track Distance Air traffic flow management Automatic terminal information service Air traffic management Aeronautical telecommunication network At ... (time or place) Air traffic services Air Traffic Services Centre Attention Abbreviated T visual approach slope indicator system (pronounced AY-TEE-VASIS)

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Effective: 4 SEP 03

E Civil Aviation Authority

AIP New Zealand AUG AUTH AUW AUX AVASIS AVBL AVG AVGAS AWIB AWS AWTA AWY AZM B * B B BA BASE BCFG BCN BCST BDRY BECMG BFR BI BKN BL ... BLDG BLO BLW BOMB BR BRF BRG BRKG BRNAV BS BTL BTN BWR

GEN 2.2 - 5

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August Authorised or Authorisation All up weight Auxiliary Abbreviated visual approach slope indicator system (pronounced AY-VASIS) Available or Availability Average Aviation gasoline Aerodrome and weather information broadcast Automatic weather station Advise at what time able Airway Azimuth

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Blue Bitumen Braking action Cloud base Fog patches Beacon (Aeronautical ground light) Broadcast Boundary Becoming Before Bi-directional Broken Blowing (followed by DU=dust, SA=sand or SN=snow) Building Below clouds Below ... Bombing Mist Short (used to indicate the type of approach desired or required) Bearing Braking Basic area navigation (pronounced BEE-AR-NAV) Commercial broadcasting station Between layers Between Basic Weather Report

E Civil Aviation Authority

Effective: 25 NOV 04

GEN 2.2 - 6 C C C CAA CAR CASO CAT CAT CB CC CCA CD CF CF CFM CFZ CGL CH CI CIDIN CIT CIV CK CL CLA CLBR CLD CLG CLIAS CLR CLSD CM CMB CMPL CMSD CNL CNS COL COM CONC

AIP New Zealand

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Centre (runway identification) Degrees Celsius (Centigrade) NZ Civil Aviation Authority NZ Civil Aviation Rules Civil Aviation Safety Order (pronounced KAYSO) Category Clear air turbulence Cumulonimbus (pronounced CEE BEE) Cirrocumulus (or CCB, CCC ... etc in sequence) Corrected meteorological message Candela(s) Change frequency to Course Fix (used with GPS approaches often equivalent to IF) Confirm or I confirm Common Frequency Zone Circling guidance light(s) Channel Cirrus Common ICAO interchange network Near or over large town(s) Civil Check Centre line Clear type of ice formation Calibration Cloud Calling Climbing indicated speed Cleared or Cleared to ... or Clearance Close or Closed or Closing Centimetre Climb to or Climbing to Completion or Completed or Complete Commissioned Cancel or Cancelled Communications, navigation and surveillance Column Communications Concrete

Effective: 15 FEB 07

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AIP New Zealand COND CONS CONST CONT COOR COORD COP COR COT COV CPDLC CRC CRZ CS CTA CTAM CTC CTL CTN CTR CU CUF CUST CVFR CVR CW CWY D * * d D ... D D DA D-ATIS DCA DCD DCKG Condition(s) Continuous Construction or Constructed Continue or Continued Coordinate or Coordination Coordinates Change-over point Correct or Corrected At the coast Cover or Covered or Covering Controller-pilot data link communications Cyclic redundancy check Cruise Cirrostratus Control area Climb to and maintain Contact Control Caution Control zone Cumulus Cumuliform Customs Controlled VFR Cockpit voice recorder Continuous wave Clearway

GEN 2.2 - 7

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Day Danger area (followed by identification) Downhill Downward (tendency in RVR during previous 10 minutes) Decision altitude Data link automatic terminal information service (pronounced DEE-ATIS) Director of Civil Aviation Double channel duplex Docking

E Civil Aviation Authority

Effective: 4 SEP 03

GEN 2.2 - 8 * DCMSD DCPC DCS DCT DEC DEG DEP DES DEST DETRESFA DEV DF DFDR DFTI DH DIF DISP DIST DIV DLA DLIC DLV DLY DME DNG DOM DP DPT DR DR DRG DS DSB DTAM DTG DTHR DTRT DTW DU

AIP New Zealand Decommissioned Direct controller-pilot communications Double channel simplex Direct (in relation to flight plan clearances and type of approach) December Degrees Depart or Departure Descend to or Descending to Destination Distress phase Deviation or Deviating Direction finding Digital flight data recorder Distance from touchdown indicator Decision height Diffuse Displaced Distance Divert or Diverting or Diversion Delay or Delayed Data link initiation capability Delivery Daily Distance measuring equipment Danger or Dangerous Domestic Dewpoint temperature Depth Low drifting (followed by DU=dust, SA=sand or SN=snow) Dead reckoning During Duststorm Double sideband Descend to and maintain Datetime group Displaced runway threshold Deteriorate or Deteriorating Dual tandem wheels Dust

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Effective: 4 SEP 03

E Civil Aviation Authority

AIP New Zealand DUC DUR D-VOLMET DVOR DW DZ E E EAT EB ECT