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Piloten-Ecke Wie fliegt man richtig? (Verfahren, Phraseologie und mehr)

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Alt 2018-07-05, 10:45   #1 (permalink)
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Standard Pilot's duties nach VATEUD-Policy, valid 01.03.2018

Hallo Kollegen der fliegenden Zunft,

am 06.04.2018 hatte ich hier im Forum die neue VATEUD-Policy vorgestellt. Nach dreimonatigem beobachten ist für mich festzustellen, daß noch nicht alle die (geänderten) Regeln kennen.

Ich zitiere deshalb noch einmal hier die entsprechende Stelle der VATEUD-Policy:

5.2 Pilot duties in VATEUD
Due to the complexity and the high amount of traffic, the requests to pilots flying in VATEUDairspace differ to those in other areas:

1. Pilots are encouraged to read the charts for the airports they are connecting prior to the flight. They surely will need them in the briefing or if configurations are changing due to weather or traffic. Many VACC offer the charts for the main airports directly on their websites or as reference to the real-world chart providers. For Enroute charts, the pilot can refer to services like

2. All pilots flying NON-VFR need to file an appropriate flight plan. This flight plan needs to inform about the route of the flight, the requested flight level and possible limitations by the chosen aircrafts. Due to situations like traffic and weather conditions, the flight plan might be amended, changed or the flight may be delayed.

3. All flight plans need a clearance. If no local ATC is online, the pilots need to coordinate flightoperations via the Unicom frequency (122.80) by text. This communication needs to be brief, including the area of the pilot and the intentions. If the pilot becomes aware of any conflicting traffic, both pilots then shall seek for a solution for the situation.

4. Priorities are equal to real-world priorities in aviation:
○ IFR flight movements
○ Non-IFR flight movements

The basic principle is:
○ First flying traffic, then
○ Rolling traffic and then
○ Parking traffic

5. Before starting a flight, a pilot needs to check if an ATC station is covering his/her departure airport. Many ATC station callsigns might differ from the ICAO airport codes.
The VACC websites and charts inform about the ATC stations responsible for the area of the flight.

6. Due to the complexity and traffic density in VATEUD, a pilot needs to be able to react swiftly on contact calls by local ATC. The reaction time shall not exceed five minutes. VATEUD considers its airspace as one.

7. All pilots have to react on all contact calls by ATC by e.g. tuning in the frequency of the ATC station and inform ATC about the callsign, the Flight Level and the position.

8. Although text communication is an option to work with the local ATC, voice communication is the preferred and the more realistic method.

9. Main aviation coordination language in VATEUD airspace is English. VFR traffic may choose native languages if both, pilot and ATC, are able to communicate in that language and the ATC accepts that.

10. In case of an event, a pilot has to accept holdings, delays or diverts (as in reality). Therefore, especially the fuel calculation needs to reflect that.

5.2.1 Pilot Emergencies
From time to time Pilots may experience an inflight problem causing the need for the Pilot to declare a “Pan Pan” or “Mayday” call. It is important that both Pilots and ATC understand that inaccordance with B8 of the VATSIM Code of Conduct, ATC’s have the right to deny the emergency and the pilot is then obliged to resume under normal conditions or to disconnect from the network. ATC’s may deny an emergency, particularly to prevent delays to other pilots, or during periods with heavy traffic loads. Emergencies are usually not welcomed during fly-ins.
In cases of loss of voice communication, the pilot is obliged to monitor TEXT communication in case of general network related messages are being broadcasted."

Bitte schaut euch noch mal an, was das für eure Flüge bedeutet.

"Heutzugage bestimmen die Analphabeten darüber, was im Duden steht" (Ingo Appelt)
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