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  • Southeast Asia & Pacific (Leg 4)

    PRESENTED BY:

    Rich Nath

    Tuesday, March 24, 2015| 1030 - 1200

    International Operators Conference | San Antonio, TX | March 23 27, 2015

  • South East Asia

    Know before you go

    Jakarta and Indonesia

    Singapore

    Vietnam

    Hong Kong

    Other countries of the region

    Myanmar

    Taiwan/China

    Japan

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    WIHH (Jakarta, Indonesia) ZSPD (Shanghai, China)

  • 3

    WIHH-ZSPD

  • South East Asia

    Big issue recently with over-flight permit enforcement.

    During a six (6) week period at end of 2014, three (3) aircraft

    intercepted.

    Permits were missing in each event.

    One aircraft barely entered the airspace, where they had operated

    for years without a permit.

    Entire airspace now requires permission.

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    Know Before You Go - Indonesia

  • South East Asia

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    Question 1: True/False? Indonesia currently requires

    ADS-B equipage to fly at or above FL290 in their

    airspace?

    False. ADS-B will be required FL290 and above

    across entire airspace starting 25 JUN 2015.

  • South East Asia - Jakarta

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    Arrival Hall Old Tjililitan Airfield (WIHH) circa 1915-1925

  • South East Asia

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    Jakarta Today

  • South East Asia

    US Flight Crews do NOT require Visas and may enter via

    GENDEC with Passport (w/ 6 Mo validity), Crew ID and valid

    Licenses (Pilot/A&D).

    Also applies to crews arriving via commercial carriers for crew swap

    US Passport holders can get visa on arrival valid for 30 days

    Landing Permit Required

    CAA Closed on weekends, no exceptions

    Local receiving party required for all landings except tech stop

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    Know Before You Go - Jakarta

  • South East Asia

    Arrival Handling Local handler must submit formal request to

    Indonesian Directorate General of Civil Aviation & Airport Authority.

    Indonesia is a Muslim country

    For travel in-country outside of Jakarta, women (including Non-Muslims)

    are encouraged to bring a scarf or other means to cover the head.

    Indonesia is located in the Ring of Fire

    Frequent earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and tsunamis.

    Seasonal flooding from monsoons.

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    Know Before You Go Jakarta (cont.)

  • South East Asia

    UHC classifies Indonesia as a Level 4 (High) Security Risk.

    No Vaccination Requirements* This does NOT mean health risks

    arent present

    Tropical climate increases risk of mosquito borne, diarrheal illnesses

    such as Dengue Fever and Malaria.

    Tuberculosis is an increasing concern

    *Passengers arriving from countries with Yellow Fever cases are required

    to show documentation of YF vaccination

    Avian Flu more prevalent due to high pollution levels

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    Know Before You Go Jakarta (cont.)

  • South East Asia

    Allow minimum of 1 HR for drive around airport perimeter for

    ramp access.

    CIQ requires 2 HR notice of departure.

    Pax/Crew list must match advance information provided by local

    authorities.

    Local Agent to file ATC Flight Plan in ATS office with stamped

    clearance documents.

    ATS does NOT accept electronic filing.

    Taxi times may be up to 30+ minutes.

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    On-Time Departures - Jakarta

  • 12

    Singapore FIR

  • South East Asia

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    Question 2: Singapore ADS-BIs it required to fly at

    and above FL290 throughout the entire airspace?

    Yes

    No

    No. Lets looks at where it is required.

  • South East Asia

    Singapore implemented ADS-B requirements in December 2013.

    According to the AIP (5 MAR 2015) the following airways require

    ADS-B equipage at and above FL290:

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    Know Before You Go - Singapore

    L642 ENREP-ESPOB M753 ENREP-IPRIX

    M771 DOLOX-DUDIS L644 MABLI-DUDIS

    M904 MREP-TIDAR N892 MABLI-MELAS

    N891 ENREP-FIR exit (IGARI just south)

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    Map courtesy CAAS AIP Supplement 254/13

  • South East Asia

    Equipment = 1090Mhz ES - No exemptions are available.

    Flight plan must contain the following items:

    Line 10 must show either B1 or B2.

    Line 18 must have aircraft address (24 Bit Code) in hexadecimal format

    CODE/7C432B

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    Know Before You Go Singapore (cont.)

  • 17

    Vietnam FIR

  • South East Asia

    Like Singapore, Vietnam implemented ADS-B requirements in

    2013.

    L625, M771, N892, L642, M765, M768, N500, L628

    However, only L642 and M771 are strict requirements.

    Other six (6) airways, FL290 and above available for non-ADS-B

    acft based on conditions and ATC considerations.

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    Know Before You Go - Vietnam

  • South East Asia

    Equipment = 1090Mhz ES - No exemptions are available.

    Flight plan must contain the following items:

    Line 10 must show either B1 or B2

    Line 18 must have aircraft address (24 Bit Code) in hexadecimal format

    CODE/7C432B

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    Know Before You Go Vietnam (cont.)

  • 20

  • 21

    Hong Kong FIR

  • South East Asia

    Like Singapore and Vietnam, Hong Kong began to implement

    ADS-B requirements in 2013.

    At that time, it was only in effect for two airways, L642 and M771.

    As of 11 DEC 2014, however, ALL of Hong Kong FIR requires

    ADS-B at FL290 and above.

    Also requires RNP4 capabilities.

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    Know Before You Go Hong Kong

  • South East Asia

    Equipment = 1090Mhz ES - No exemptions are available.

    Flight plan must contain the following items:

    Line 10 must show either B1 or B2

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    Know Before You Go Hong Kong (cont.)

  • 24

  • South East Asia

    Prior to mid 2012, significant and strict sanctions were in place

    by the U.S. government (OFAC).

    Ops to this country were extremely limited.

    Sanctions were eased in mid 2012 due to reforms made by

    Burmese government.

    While some sanctions remain in place, it is much easier to

    operate to the country.

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    Other Countries of the Region Myanmar (Burma)

  • South East Asia

    Began to implement ADS-B requirements in 2013, with full

    airspace requirement as of 31 DEC 2014 at FL290 and above.

    Equipment = 1090Mhz ES - No exemptions are available.

    Flight plan must contain the following items:

    Line 10 must show either B1 or B2

    Line 18 must have aircraft address (24 Bit Code) in hexadecimal format

    CODE/7C432B

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    Other Countries of the Region Taiwan

  • South East Asia

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    Question 3: N123RN is planned to fly from Taipei to

    Almaty, Kazakhstan via China. Is this possible?

    Yes, always

    No, never

    Yes, as long as the aircraft lands outside of China

    first.

    Yes, as long as the aircraft lands outside of China

    first.

  • South East Asia

    Chinese and Taiwanese planes can

    Over-fly Taiwan before landing in China and can over-fly

    Taiwan after leaving China.

    Leave Taiwan and over-fly or land in China directly.

    Leave China for Taiwan directly or over-fly China to directly

    arrive in Taiwan.

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    Other Countries of the Region Taiwan/China

  • South East Asia

    No difference between private and charter, except private has

    more choices for destinations.

    Aircraft registered anywhere else cannot arrive/depart/over-fly

    mainland China if departing/arriving Taiwan directly.

    VHHH-Taiwan and Taiwan-VHHH is permitted.

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    Other Countries of the Region Taiwan/China (cont.)

  • Pacific

    Four years ago at this time, Japan was struggling to deal with the

    effects of the 9.0 earthquake and subsequent tsunami on 11

    MAR.

    Sendai was one of the hardest hit areas, in terms of aviation

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    Other Countries of the Region Japan

  • 32 AP/Kyodo News

  • Pacific

    Japan has come a long way since that fateful day, but still has

    much work to do.

    Sendai became fully operational by late September 2011.

    While there are many long lasting effects, very few impact the

    aviation industry today.

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    Other Countries of the Region Japan

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