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LocaliserAlive
25th Mar 2008, 08:30
Hello everybody,

Could somebody be kind enough to direct me to the ICAO annexes or Docs (references) that concern ETOPS flights.

Thanks for help,

Loc
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cribble
25th Mar 2008, 08:57
This Danish Govt site is the only free access I know about for the ICAO Docs. Better for you to search them than me, since you know what you are looking for.

http://dcaa.slv.dk:8000/icaodocs/

edited to disable the smily that was screwing up the url

After having a look around in the other docs, go to:

http://dcaa.slv.dk:8000/icaodocs/Annex%20VI%20-%20Operation%20of%20Aircraft/Part%20I%20-%20International%20Commercial%20Air%20Transport%20-%20Aeroplanes,%208th%20ed/Part%20I%20-%20International%20Commercial%20Air%20Transport%20-%20Aeroplanes,%208th%20ed.pdf

Chapter 4.7. This gives further refs to more detail on ETOPS

LocaliserAlive
25th Mar 2008, 09:31
Many thanks Cribble,

Rgds,

Loc
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OzExpat
25th Mar 2008, 12:51
One really should use that online reference with caution due to the unknown update status. If you're REALLY interested, buy the latest version direct from ICAO, like the rest of us have to do. :ugh:

alatnariver
25th Mar 2008, 14:31
... or look up the revision status, e.g. amendments incorporated, in the up to date Catalogue of ICAO Publications (http://www.icao.int/icao/en/sales/cat_2008_en.pdf), compare those with the online found ICAO Doc. and decide if you can trust this document or not.

Well that's how I do it:}

As it's for my private pleasure and not official. ICAO Documents are more on the expensive side and just to look something up the Danish site is a good source and most of the time up to date.

LocaliserAlive
25th Mar 2008, 16:01
Good Tip!!

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hvogt
25th Mar 2008, 18:34
And if you live in a bigger city it's always worth checking if there's a UN depository library that has the ICAO docs in their catalogue.