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Refer to figure.
In the ATS flight plan Item 10, "standard equipment" is considered to be: VHF RTF,...

  • A

    VOR, and ILS.

  • B

    VOR, ILS, and DME.

  • C

    VOR, INS, and transponder.

  • D

    ADF, VOR, and ILS.

ICAO Doc 4444
Appendix 2

ITEM 10: EQUIPMENT AND CAPABILITIES
Radiocommunication, navigation and approach aid equipment and capabilities
INSERT one letter as follows:

  • N if no COM/NAV/approach aid equipment for the route to be flown is carried, or the equipment is unserviceable,

  • OR S if standard COM/NAV/approach aid equipment for the route to be flown is carried and serviceable (see Note 1),

  • AND/OR INSERT one or more of the following letters to indicate the serviceable COM/NAV/approach aid equipment and capabilities available:

A - (Not allocated)

M - Omega

B - (Not allocated)

O - VOR

C - LORAN C

P - (Not allocated)

D - DME

Q - (Not allocated)

E - (Not allocated)

R - RNP type certification (see Note 5)

F - ADF

T - TACAN

G - GNSS

U - UHF RTF

H - HF RTF

V - VHF RTF

I - Inertial Navigation

W - RVSM approved

J - Data Link (see Note 3)

X - MPNS approved

K - MLS

Y - VHF (with 8.33 kHz channel spacing capability)

L - ILS

Z - Other equipment carried (see Note 2)


Note 1.— If the letter S is used, standard equipment is considered to be VHF RTF, VOR and ILS, unless another combination is prescribed by the appropriate ATS authority.

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