Navigation for communication, navigation systems and air traffic management
The following information is about navigation for communication, navigation systems and air traffic management (CNS-ATM).
Air navigation systems operating in Australian airspace are transitioning from conventional ground-based radio navigation aids to performance-based navigation (PBN). The implementation of PBN is based on global navigation satellite system (GNSS). GNSS is also being used in oceanic regions to give a performance-based navigation solution.
From 4 February 2016 all aircraft operating in Australia under the instrument flight rules are required to be equipped with GNSS.
What is performance-based navigation?
Applying for a navigation authorisation (PBN and RVSM)
- How to apply for a navigation authorisation
- Transferring or changing ownership of an aircraft
- Replacing a lost or damaged certificate
- General guidance on the GNSS mandate, decommissioning of NAVAIDs and implementation of RNP 1 and RNP 2
- CASA EX06/16 - Exemption - GNSS-based RNAV 1 and RNAV 2 instead of RNP 1 and RNP 2 - foreign registered aircraft
- Form 667 - Notification to operate aircraft on RNP 2 routes and/or RNP 1 procedures
- Key changes
- Transitional provisions
- PBN booklet
- GNSS booklet
- North Atlantic high level airspace operations
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