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Procedures for air navigation services - air traffic management (DOC 4444-ATM/501)

DIFFERENCES:

Whole Procedures for Air Navigation Services - Air Traffic Management (Doc 4444)

Regulations related to advisory service are not applicable within Polish airspace.

Regulations related to Automatic Dependent Surveillance (ADS) are not applicable within Polish airspace.

Regulations related to Controller-Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC) are not applicable within Polish airspace.

Chapter 7

7.13.3 Special VFR flights

An aerodrome control unit may authorize a special VFR flight to operate within aerodrome control zone during the day time when meteorological conditions are not worse than:

a) visibility in flight is not less than 1.5 km for helicopters and 2 km for other aircraft,

b) cloud base of the lowest clouds covering more than half of the sky is not lower than 100 m for helicopters and 150 m for other aircraft,

a) flight will be conducted clear of clouds and in constant sight of terrain.

7.13.4 Additional rule:

An aerodrome control unit may authorize a special VFR flight to operate within aerodrome control zone during the night time when meteorological conditions are not worse than:

a) visibility in flight is not less than 3 km for helicopters and 5 km aeroplanes,

b) cloud base of the lowest clouds covering more than half of the sky is not lower than 300 m for helicopters and 500 m for aeroplanes,

c) flight will be conducted clear of clouds and in constant sight of terrain.

7.13.5 Additional rule:

Authorization for special VFR flights within aerodrome control zone may be granted if:

a) an aircraft is equipped with communication facilities to maintain two-way radio-communication with ATC unit,

b) a pilot-in-command confirms his readiness to monitor an appropriate radio frequency.