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Any airspace change proposed will comply with the CAA Airspace Change Process described in CAP 1616 and airline operators should expect a requirement for them to be equipped and certificated to operate to defined navigation performance standards.
Equipage by airline operators is covered through notification of required navigation performance in defined airspace volumes and is supported by Articles 84 and 85 of the Air Navigation Order 2015 and in EASA Part–AUS and Part-OPS as described below:
This information should be considered alongside the 'Policy for the Application of Performance-based Navigation in UK/Irish Airspace', where further policy information and background material has been described.
The ICAO PBN Manual (ICAO Doc 9613 Edition 4) consists of two volumes:
ICAO Manual on the use of Performance-based Navigation (PBN) in Airspace Design (ICAO Doc 9992 Edition 1)
Performance-based Navigation (PBN) Operational Approval Manual (ICAO Doc 9997 Edition 2).
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