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Air Route Traffic Control Center (ARTCC)
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Air Route Surveillance Radar
Tags: ATC, Navigation
Air route traffic control center (ARTCC) radar used primarily to detect and display an aircraft's position while en route between terminal areas.

Air Route Traffic Control Center (ARTCC or Center) - A Federal Aviation Administration facility established to provide air traffic control service to aircraft operating on Instrument Flight Rules flight plans within controlled airspace ...

Air Route Traffic Control Center (Center): The United States airspace, and that of other nations is broken up into various "Centers.

Air Route Surveillance Radar (ARSR)
Air route surveillance radar (ARSR) is a system of remotely located, ...

Air Route Traffic Control Center (ARTCC or Center) - A FAA facility established to provide air traffic control service to aircraft operating on Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) flight plans within controlled airspace during the en route portion of ...

AIR ROUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL CENTER (ARTCC) or "CENTER" - A facility established to provide air traffic control service to aircraft operating on IFR flight plans within controlled airspace and principally during the en route phase of flight.

Air Route. A definite route between two or more aerodromes, towns or countries.
Air Scoop. A scoop through which air is taken into the ballonnets of a balloon or an airship by wind pressure.

Air route traffic control center (ARTCC). Provides ATC service to aircraft operating on IFR flight plans within controlled airspace and principally during the en route phase of flight.
Airspeed. Rate of the aircraft's progress through the air.

Air Route Surveillance Radar. Air Route Traffic Control Center (ARTCC) radar used primarily to detect and display an aircraft's position while en route between terminal areas.

Air Route Traffic Control Centers
ASDA
Association for Scientific Development of Air Traffic Management in Europe ...

air route traffic control center - An air traffic control facility, usually called an en route 'center.' Centers handle 'en route' traffic, generally flying on instrument flight plans, as they move across the United States.

(See AIR ROUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL CENTER.)
CENTER'S AREA- The specified airspace within which an air route traffic control center (ARTCC) provides air traffic control and advisory service.
(See AIR ROUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL CENTER.) ...

ARTCC or Air Route Traffic Control Centers cover hundreds of miles of radar communications facilities that extend above the much lower routes between urban areas. They also take over when the spaces between the urban areas become excessive.

Low Level Air Route
Within low level airspace, a route extending upwards from the surface of the earth and for which air traffic control is not provided.
Low Level Airspace
All airspace within the Canadian Domestic Airspace below 18 000 feet ASL.

CENTER
An Air Route Traffic Control Center (ARTCC). See Air Route Traffic Control Center.
CENTER LINE
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CENTER One of 24 FAA Air Route Traffic Control Centers providing radar surveillance and traffic separation to participating en route traffic above and outside airspace handled by Approach and Departure Control.

En Route Center
Formally known as an Air Route Traffic Control Center (ARTCC), it houses the air traffic controllers and equipment needed to identify and direct aircraft, primarily during the en route portion of their flights.

org/ ARTCC Air Route Traffic Control Center - a "long-distance" ATC facility, known more briefly as "Center" ASRS Aviation Safety Reporting System (voluntary NASA safety program) [write to: Aviation Safety Reporting System, NASA Ames Research Center, ...

INSTRUMENT OPERATION - An aircraft operation in accordance with an IFR flight plan or an operation where IFR separation between aircraft is provided by a terminal control facility or air route traffic control center (see also).

GPS - Global Positioning System. A global navigation satellite system used by persons or equipment with GPS receivers to determine accurate location and time. In aviation, GPS has enabled the use of more-efficient air routes, such as with RVSM.

navigation facility transmitting a 75 MHz vertical fan shaped radiated pattern
Mayday - International radiotelephony distress signal
MEDEVAC - Medical Evacuation Flight
MEL - Minimum Equipment List
MHz - Megahertz
MWARA - Major World Air Route Area ...

See also: See also: Aircraft, Route, Air, Flight, Airport

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