Skratky a kódy ICAO – T,U,V

Skratky a kódy, potrebné na dekódovanie a kódovanie dokumentov, ktoré sú plne v súlade s ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) – Dokument 8400 „Skratky a kódy“.

Skratka / značka Význam skratky / značky
T Temperature
TA Transition altitude
TAA Terminal arrival altitude
TACAN UHF tactical air navigation aid
TAF Aerodrome forecast (in meteorological code)
TAIL Tail wind
TAR Terminal area surveillance radar
TAS True airspeed
TAX Taxiing or taxi
TC Tropical cyclone
TCAC Tropical cyclone advisory centre
TCU Towering cumulus
TDO Tornado
TDZ Touchdown zone
TECR Technical reason
TEL Telephone
TEMPO Temporary or temporarily
TFC Traffic
TGL Touch-and-go landing
TGS Taxiing guidance system
THR Threshold
THRU Through
THU Thursday
TIBA Traffic information broadcast by aircraft
TIL Until
TIP Until past… (place)
TKOF Take-off
TL . . . Till (followed by time by which weather change is forecast to end)
TLOF Touchdown and lift-off area
TMA Terminal control area
TN . . . Minimum temperature (followed by figures in TAP)
TNA Turn altitude
TNH Turn height
TO … To … (place)
TOC Top of climb
TODA Take-off distance available
TODAH Take-off distance available, helicopter
TOP Cloud top
TORA Take-off run available
TP Turning point
TR Track
TRA Temporary reserved airspace
TRANS Transmits or transmitter
TREND Trend forecast
TRL Transition level
TROP Tropopause
TS Thunderstorm (in aerodrome reports and forecasts, TS used alone means thunder heard but no precipitation at the aerodrome)
TS … Thunderstorm (followed by RA= rain, SN = snow, PL = ice pellets, GR = hail, GS = small hail and/or snow pellets or combinations thereof, e.g. TSRASN = thunderstorm with rain and
TUE Tuesday
TURB Turbulence
T-VASIS T visual approach slope indicator system
TVOR Terminal VOR
TWR Aerodrome control tower or aerodrome control
TWY Taxiway
TWYL Taxiway-link
TX… Maximum temperature (followed by figures in TAP)
TXT Text
TYP Type of aircraft
TYPH Typhoon
U Upward (tendency in RVR during previous 10 minutes)
UAB… Until advised by . .
UAC Upper area control centre
UAR Upper air route
UDF Ultra high frequency direction-finding station
UFN Until further notice
UHDT Unable higher due traffic
UHF Ultra high frequency [300 to 3 000 MHz]
UIC Upper information centre
UIR Upper flight information region
ULR Ultra long range
UNA Unable
UNAP Unable to approve
UNL Unlimited
UNREL Unreliable
UP Unidentified precipitation (used in automated METAR/SPECI)
U/S Unserviceable
UTA Upper control area
UTC Coordinated Universal Time
…V… Variations from the mean wind direction (preceded and followed by figures in METAR/SPECI, e.g. 350V070)
VA Volcanic ash
VAAC Volcanic ash advisory centre
VAC… Visual approach chart (followed by name/title)
VAL In valleys
VAN Runway control van
VAR Magnetic variation
VAR Visual-aural radio range
VASIS Visual approach slope indicator systems
VC… Vicinity of the aerodrome (followed by FG =fog, FC = funnel cloud, SH = shower, PO = dust/sand whirls, BLDU = blowing dust, BLSA = blowing sand, BLSN = blowing snow, DS = duststorm, SS
= sandstorm, TS = thunderstorm or VA = volcanic ash, e.g. VCFG = vicinity fog)
VCY Vicinity
VDF Very high frequency direction-finding station
VER Vertical
VFR Visual flight rules
VHF Very high frequency [30 to 300 MHz]
VIP Very important person
VIS Visibility
VLF Very low frequency [3 to 30 kHz]
VLR Very long range
VMC Visual meteorological conditions
VOLMET Meteorological information for aircraft in flight
VOR VHF omnidirectional radio range
VORTAC VOR and TACAN combination
VPA Vertical path angle
VRB Variable
VSA By visual reference to the ground
VSP Vertical speed
VTOL Vertical take-off and landing
VV… Vertical visibility (followed by figures in METAR/SPECI and TAP)

Vylepšite túto stránku

Chcete doplniť alebo upraviť túto stránku? Vyplňte textové pole nižšie. Ďakujeme ♥