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PBN transitional provisions table
The table below shows how legacy authorisations transitioned into CAO 20.91 PBN authorisations. The legacy authorisations ceased to be valid on 12 July 2014.
|Legacy authorisation||Comments||PBN authorisation|
|Australian RNAV (AUSEP)||En-route navigation will transition to RNAV 5 or RNP 2 over time.||RNAV 5|
|B-RNAV||European operations only.||RNAV 5|
|P-RNAV||Aircraft approved for US-RNAV-only will require additional changes to operate on P-RNAV routes. If the aircraft is approved for both P-RNAV and US-RNAV, no further changes needed.||RNAV 1|
|US-RNAV types A and B||Aircraft approved for P-RNAV-only will require additional changes to operate on US-RNAV routes. Aircraft approved for both P-RNAV and US-RNAV require no further changes.||RNAV 1 or RNAV 2|
|GPS RNAV||En-route navigation will transition to RNP 2 over time||RNP 2|
|GPS Oceanic see note 3||RNP 4 oceanic/remote continental operations navigation element only.
Additionally, CPDLC and ADS-C are required for an RNP 4 authorisation.
|RNP 4 or RNP 10|
- This table addressed the navigation element only. Aircraft also had to meet communications and surveillance system requirements.
- Aircraft operating in oceanic flight information regions but not within RNP 10 or RNP 4 airspace require a GPS Oceanic authorisation in accordance with CASA 80/14 Instructions - use of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS).