The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and National Air Traffic Services Ltd (NATS) are working collaboratively with all Stakeholders to support the implementation of aeronautical data quality requirements in the United Kingdom by providing regulatory oversight of
data chains from origination to publication by Aeronautical Information Services (AIS).
As advised in the
Information Notice IN-2017/019 (11 May 2017), the CAA has updated the oversight programme to include verification of the compliance of Aerodrome Operators with the data requirements contained in Commission Regulation EU 139/2014, applicable to EASA certificated aerodromes and
Commission Regulation EU 73/2010 (Aeronautical Data Quality), applicable to EASA certificated aerodromes and all aerodromes with Instrument Flight Procedures (IFP).
Aerodrome Operators are expected to demonstrate their compliance during audits of aeronautical data and information activities. When an Aerodrome Operator fails to provide evidence that aerodrome survey is compliant with
EU 139/2014 and
EU 73/2010, it will be required to deliver an ADQ compliant survey before the date of their next scheduled 5-year Instrument Flight Procedure review and that should be reflected in the corrective action and implementation plan.
The CAA provides CAP 1732
Aerodrome Survey Guidance for aerodrome operators and other data
originators (including contracted activities) to support compliance with the
Regulation EU 139/2014, EU 73/2010 and ICAO Annex 4, Annex 11 and Annex
This guidance also complements AMC and GM to the EU 139/2014, ICAO PANS-AIM and
EUROCONTROL - Terrain and Obstacle Data Manual and should be used in
conjunction with those documents.
The guidance is applicable to UK CAA EASA certificated aerodromes and all
aerodromes with Instrument Flight Procedures.
comments to CAP 1732 received before and immediately after publication have
been assessed and published in Consolidated Response Document to help
provide further guidance to those in scope of the document. If you cannot find
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One of the key requirements of the aeronautical data regulations is the establishment of formal arrangements between all parties involved in the exchange of aeronautical data and since May 2018 NATS has been sending formal arrangement templates to Accountable Managers and registered data sponsors.
Formal arrangements with NATS shall be signed on behalf of an organisation by the Accountable Manager or a competent person formally appointed by the Accountable Manager to be directly responsible for all aeronautical data activities and aeronautical information provision activities at
the aerodrome. This should be provided within 15 working days from the delivery date. In due course, the signatory will be required to provide a full list of authorised individuals, who are responsible for submitting changes to AIS products within a clearly defined scope of authorised changes (data items).
The signatory will also be responsible for updating and maintaining this list on a regular basis.
The UK CAA and Eurocontrol organised a workshop co-finances by the European Union to facilitate a common understanding of
Regulation (EU) 73/2010 by addressing implementation challenges identified by UK CAA and Data Originators and Outline main differences between current requirements and pcoming changes, based on future EASA Reg.2017/373 including consequential changes to Reg. 139/2014.
The UK CAA organised a workshop for data originators to help stakeholders meet ADQ requirements.
The agenda covered the following subjects and presentations from the workshop are available below:
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