HANKE-Aviation GmbH - Flight Crew Training
malfunction or deviation in relation with the altitude keeping capability and
any failure of the required equipment for RVSM as soon as possible to the
operator or your maintenance facility. Provide sufficient details to enable
maintenance to troubleshoot and repair the system.
operator should report within 72 hours to the LBA height keeping
occurrence when it exceeds:
errors, caused by equipment failures or operational errors, may lead the
responsible authority to suspend or revoke the Airline RVSM approval. It is
therefore important for the airline to report any poor height keeping
performance and to indicate the corrective actions that are taken.
FL 290 is expected to become a standard feature in many regions beyond the end
of the year 2000. Its introduction follows many years of extensive international
collaboration and research which resulted in the conclusion that such a
reduction in vertical separation could occur without imposing over-demanding
technical and operational requirements. However, it cannot be introduced to any
airspace unless all concerned with such introduction are content that it can be
applied safely and all those engaged in aeroplane operation are competent to
operate in accordance with the appropriate procedures.
(c) M.Hanke 2014