Offshore Fixed Installations will be assigned appropriate Aeronautical VHF and Non-Directional Radio Beacon (NDB) Frequency Assignments by the CAA which may take between 4 and 6 weeks to obtain depending on the international co-ordination necessary.
Offshore Mobile Installations and Vessels are required to use different VHF and NDB frequencies depending on their location.
Details of the frequency assignments can be found in the NATS Aeronautical Information Service (AIS), The
UK Integrated Aeronautical Information Package (IAIP), and include the following:
ENR 1.6 - ATS Surveillance Services and Procedures / ENR 1.6.7 - Off-Shore Operations
ENR 6 En-Route Charts ENR 6-1-15-8, ENR 6-1-15-9 and ENR 6-1-15-10
Please note that Aeronautical NDBs may need to be able to tune over the frequency range of 435kHz to 949kHz depending on the area of operation.
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