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Old 1st Jul 2023, 13:26
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Originally Posted by compressor stall
Nothing will happen from the minister until itís front page news.

Hopefully itís from an interested journo not a mid air.
Newsflash in the ashes.

Virgin pax chaos due ATCÖ..

Maybe itís startingÖ
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Old 1st Jul 2023, 13:33
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Originally Posted by fower
Ö​​the beauty of it all for Airservices management is that the financial penalties and reputational damage are all worn by the airlines.​​
Öand thereís no safety problem!

Whatís everyone complaining about?
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Old 1st Jul 2023, 13:41
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So they send a few people on leave and the whole place canít cope. So I assume this will be the norm every school hols.
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Old 1st Jul 2023, 13:45
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Originally Posted by sunnySA
How many of the ATC Sector Groups / Towers / Approach are routinely using VOCS (Voluntary On-Call System)?
None afaik.

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Old 2nd Jul 2023, 00:23
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Required Expertise - not at Airservices

There is an old joke along the lines that God and the Devil have a telephone hook up each week; this week it's God's turn to ring Nick...
G: "Hey Nick, how is it going down there?
D: "Actually God, its going great - we have an engineer down here - he's installed air conditioning and flush toilets..."
G: "Nick, you know the rules, you are not allowed engineers, send him up here."
D: "No God, we rather like what he is doing for us."
G: "Send him up here or I'll sue.
D: "And tell me God, where would you get a lawyer?"

Now with apologies to an old mate who is a lawyer and regularly posts on here - this is exactly what applies to Airservices.

Air (no) Services have the power to issue those huge and complex NOTAMS in this post but they simply do not have the expertise to understand, evaluate and quantify the risks and effects of their decisions.
Airservices is simply a service provider; its responsibilities are in the AirServices Act.
It no longer has highly experienced, current IFR heavy aircraft pilots on staff. It has no performance engineers.
And nor should it. They do not belong with a service provider.

In short, AsA promulgates these changes without having the in house expertise to understand the safety consequences for aircraft operating in all manner of weather conditions in IMC and without ATC separation services.
By what imaginary expertise do they carry out a safety case covering their actions?

I suggest Australia return to the integrated FAA model where both regulation and service provision are in the one organisation with one CEO and one responsible Minister.
The currrent system is broken.
CASA apparently knows this but what can it do?
Take AsA to court as it would a pilot? That would help!!
Suspend or Cancel AsA's operating licences? I am not sure that would get much political or public support!

In short: we have a wholly imaginary safety system. It is broke and it needs fixing.... NOW would be good.
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Old 2nd Jul 2023, 01:21
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The Board and Executive of AsA should be summarily sacked for doing it…

The Board and Executive of CASA should be summarily sacked for allowing it…
​​​​​​​Noble suggestion, but they would no doubt walk away with a substantial severance package and the problem would continue. If they were imprisoned (or threatened with it) things might change.
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Old 2nd Jul 2023, 02:44
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Originally Posted by PoppaJo
So they send a few people on leave and the whole place canít cope. So I assume this will be the norm every school hols.
Yep, and those few people actually go on holiday, travel interstate, overseas or go on a cruise to spent time with their family and friends.
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Old 2nd Jul 2023, 06:44
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Originally Posted by le Pingouin
Which is rather beside the point for fixing the current situation.
How so? Itís precisely the point
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Old 2nd Jul 2023, 06:53
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Reading about all the crapshoot, looks like flying in from the north it’s just about at the level where it is -

All stations Australia XYZ crossing the FIR into Straya, ETA Melbourne on the hour………………..

Yes tongue in cheek but if you aren’t flying into Straya often this is starting to get confusing!
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Old 2nd Jul 2023, 06:54
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It might fix it in future but doesn't address the problem in the short term as it will take a little more than the stroke of a pen to make the required changes.
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Old 2nd Jul 2023, 08:40
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RK APP

C1053/23
TEMPO RESTRICTED AREA ACT
IN CTA CLASS D AIRSPACE INCLUDING CTR D. DESIGNATED AIRSPACE HANDBOOK
(DAH) SECTOR VOLUME NAMES AFFECTED ARE: 'ROCKHAMPTON CONTROL ZONE D',
'ROCKHAMPTON CTA D1-3'.

CONTINGENCY MAP (LISTED UNDER ROCKHAMPTON IN THE BRISBANE FIR) AVBL
HTTP://WWW.AIRSERVICESAUSTRALIA.COM/NOTAMMAPS/INDEX.ASP

ATS IN THIS AIRSPACE ARE SUBJECT TO CONTINGENCY DUE OPR RESTRICTIONS.

RELEVANT APPROVAL FROM CONTROLLING AUTHORITY REQUIRED.

APPROACH CTL SER NOT AVBL. AERODROME CTL SER AVBL ON MANOEUVRING
AREA.

PRIOR TO OPERATING IN THE TEMPO RESTRICTED AREA, PILOTS/OPERATORS
MUST:
1. OBTAIN A BRIEFING ON CONTINGENCY PROCEDURES FROM AIRSERVICES
AUSTRALIA ON +61 7 3866 3798
2. OBTAIN A LANDING, DEPARTURE OR TRANSIT TIME.

PILOTS-IN-COMMAND ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR TERRAIN AND COLLISION
AVOIDANCE WITHIN THE AFFECTED AIRSPACE.

AUTHORISATION TO ENTER THIS TEMPO RESTRICTED AREA DOES NOT CONSTITUTE
CLEARANCE TO ENTER ANY ADJ OR EMBEDDED RESTRICTED AREAS.

SARWATCH FOR INBOUND IFR ACFT LANDING AT ROCKHAMPTON WILL BE HELD BY
ROCKHAMPTON TOWER ON FREQ 118.1 MHZ.

FIS PROVIDED BY ROCKHAMPTON TOWER ON FREQ 118.1 MHZ AND MAY BE
AVAILABLE FROM ADJ ATS UNITS.

TRAFFIC INFO BROADCAST BY AIRCRAFT (TIBA) ON FREQUENCY 123.75 MHZ.

CONTACT ROCKHAMPTON TOWER ON 118.1 MHZ PRIOR TO JOINING OR
APPROACHING THE CIRCUIT AREA.

THESE PROCEDURES DO NOT APPLY TO OPS IN ACTIVE MILITARY CTR AND
RESTRICTED AREAS.
SFC TO 4500FT AMSL
FROM 07 020630 TO 07 021035
2307020630 TO 2307020730
2307021000 TO 2307021035
Rocky Approach
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Old 2nd Jul 2023, 08:51
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Notam c1053/23 tra/tiba

THESE PROCEDURES DO NOT APPLY TO OPS IN ACTIVE MILITARY CTR AND
RESTRICTED AREAS.
Which Military CTR and Restricted Areas are these?
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Old 2nd Jul 2023, 09:01
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And make sure you pay attention to the NOTAM requirements if you're operating in the underlying Class G airspace - some NOTAMs require you contact BN/ML CTR if you're operating planning on operatingIFR in G. Others require you to contact CTR if you're planning to operate in G irrespective of flight category.


PILOTS/OPERATORS CONSIDERING OPR IN CLASS G SHALL CTC MELBOURNE CENTRE TEL: (PLUS) 61 3 9235 7455 FOR FURTHER INFO.
​​​​​​​PILOTS/OPERATORS CONSIDERING OPR IFR IN CLASS G SHALL CTC MELBOURNE CENTRE TEL: (PLUS) 61 3 92357455 FOR FURTHER INFO.
Note the subtle difference.....
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LOL....
I haven't had a look at pPrune for about 6 months...I just couldn't contain myself when I read a post about the distribution of 20 staff that might operate a roster.

Long Service Leave......bwhahahahahaha, surely you jest, absolutely no chance of LSL dont even utter the words.

Go to your Line Leader like Oliver Twist, please sir/maam....may I have some....Long over due Long Service Leave, I've only been here for 30+ years and would really appreciate being somewhere else while you sort this $&!+fight out.

Negative, Longtermatc with no career and no future... you need to be Airserviced with the rest of the staff no Long Service Leave for you!

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Old 2nd Jul 2023, 09:15
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But seriously, if the executive at ASA are not held responsible for this mess I hate to think where it ends.

At my unit, there were 2 of us when there would normally be 5 managing the busy morning peak a little while ago...its disgraceful.
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Pretty sure a company cannot deny you LSL. They can negotiate with you to take a portion of your LSL, but if you want to take the lot, they cannot deny your request. AL, certainly, but not LSL. At least, that's the case for us in WA.
Granting and taking of long service leave
An employer cannot direct an employee who is covered by the Long Service Leave Act to take long service leave at a particular time.
Long service leave must be granted and taken as soon as reasonably practicable after it becomes due.
The employee and the employer may agree when the employee will take long service leave.
Where an employer and employee have not agreed on when the employee is to take leave, the employer cannot refuse the employee taking any period of leave to which they became entitled more than 12 months before. This leave can be taken at any time that is suitable to the employee. The employee must, however, give the employer at least 2 weeks’ notice of the period during which they intend taking leave.
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Old 2nd Jul 2023, 09:38
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Originally Posted by sunnySA
Need more ATCs in the crisper!!
Sorry to quote myself, ha! On the night shift, is 'HUON A, B and C', 'MALLEE A, B, C', 'BATHURST A, B, C, D AND E', 'DUBBO A, B AND C' and 'TEMORA A AND B' sector volumes controlled by a single ATC?
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ats opr at reduced capacity

B450/23 ATS OPR AT REDUCED CAPACITY
DUE TO OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS IN THE FLW AIRSPACE:
MELBOURNE CENTRE 119.8, 121.85 (ALICE SPRINGS AND CENTRAL AUSTRALIA)
DESIGNATED AIRSPACE HANDBOOK (DAH) SECTOR VOLUME NAMES AFFECTED ARE:
'TODD EAST', 'TODD WEST', 'ALICE SPRINGS CTA C2' (ABOVE 8500FT),
'ALICE SPRINGS CTA C3', 'ALICE SPRINGS CTA C4', 'ALICE SPRINGS CTA
C5'. MAP OF AFFECTED AIRSPACE (LISTED UNDER TODD IN THE MELBOURNE
FIR) AVBL AT HTTP://WWW.AIRSERVICESAUSTRALIA.COM/NOTAMMAPS/INDEX.ASP
APRX AREA: 200NM SOUTH YAYE, 170NM WEST YAYE, 240NM NORTHWEST YAYE,
250NM NORTH-NORTHEAST YAYE, 190NM NORTHEAST YBAS, 220NM SOUTHEAST
YBAS, 130NM SOUTHWEST YBAS
MAJOR ATS ROUTES:
T21 BTN 50NM NORTHWEST WENER AND PUGUT
T20 BTN 70NM NORTHWEST WENER AND ISMOR
T44 BTN CELIA AND YAYE
T29 BTN SCHEE AND ARENI
G222 BTN GULUM AND GORKA
T11 BTN LEESA AND MITTS
A576 BTN TIMMI AND KALUG
A587 BTN DEENO AND YBAS
J251 BTN SCOTI AND 80NM NORTH SARAH
A461 BTN DIGLA AND 50NM NORTH NORTHWEST IDANU
T25 BTN YUSEF AND 20NM SOUTH NOLES
J64 BTN YAYE AND GAFER
Y69 BTN MARIT AND YBAS
Q41 BTN AYE NDB AND KATAR
V112 BTN YBAS AND YAYE
W274 BTN YAYE AND 30NM SOUTHEAST CAULI
W584 BTN YBAS AND 45NM NORTHWEST FLORA
W408 BTN 90NM WEST ROOKS AND YAYE
W177 BTN DERAK AND YBAS
MAJOR AERODROMES: ALICE SPRINGS (YBAS), AYERS ROCK/CONNELLAN (YAYE)
FOR FURTHER INFO CTC DUTY TAM DIRECTOR TEL: (PLUS) 61 3 9235 7420
SFC TO FL285
FROM 07 020530 TO 07 021000


B449/23
ATS OPR AT REDUCED CAPACITY
DUE OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS IN THE FLW AIRSPACE:
MELBOURNE CENTRE 121.2, 119.5, 122.0, 120.7 (LEIGH CREEK, MOOMBA,
PROMINENT HILL, WOOMERA AND COOBER PEDY AND OODNADATTA AREAS)
DESIGNATED AIRSPACE HANDBOOK (DAH) SECTOR VOLUME NAMES AFFECTED ARE:
'OPAL'
MAP OF AFFECTED AIRSPACE (LISTED UNDER OPAL IN THE MELBOURNE FIR)
AVBL AT HTTP://WWW.AIRSERVICESAUSTRALIA.COM/NOTAMMAPS/INDEX.ASP
APRX AREA: 70NM SOUTHWEST YPWR, 170NM NORTHEAST YCBP, 20NM NORTHEAST
GORKA, KALUG, 100NM NORTHWEST YBDV, 50NM SOUTHWEST YBDV, 70NM EAST
YOOM, GOKEN, 15NM EAST CAPET
MAJOR ATS ROUTES:
W428 BTN YLEC AND MANNA
W584 BTN PILTA AND 50NM NORTH FLORA
J141 BTN 50NM EAST RUSAD AND 60NM WEST SAPED
Y94 BTN YLEC AND GOKEN
T33 BTN YLEC AND EVIEC
A461 BTN 30NM NORTH IDANU AND YLEC
H119 BTN YLEC AND 240NM NORTHWEST NATYA
H164 BTN 25NM SOUTHEAST CAPET AND YLEC
G222 BTN GORKA AND GOKEN
A576 BTN KALUG AND 100NM NORTHWEST APOMA
T25 BTN 20NM SOUTH NOLES AND 15NM SOUTHEAST BOOEY
J37 BTN YOOM AND YPAG
H135 BTN YLEC AND NIMEK
H630 BTN ATLIB AND NIMEK
H246 BTN ISROV AND YOOM
Z91 BTN YCBP AND 20NM NORTH OLLEE
Z90 BTN BANAM AND 20NM SOUTH BANAM
W274 BTN YCBP AND 10NM SOUTH WIRMA
T29 BTN YPWR AND ARENI
J251 BTN 25NM SOUTH YPWR AND 50NM NORTH SARAH
W566 BTN YOLD AND NATTY
W238 BTN YOLD AND 60NM NORTH YPAG
W617 BTN YCBP AND OMKEK
W764 BTN BILLY AND 90NM NORTH YWHA
Z92 BTN CALAR AND 90NM NORTH YWHA
T21 BTN PUGUT AND 20NM NORTHWEST YLEC
MAJOR AERODROMES: LEIGH CREEK (YLEC), BEVERLEY (YBEE), MOOMBA (YOOM),
PROMINENT HILL (YPMH), OLYMPIC DAM (YOLD), WOOMERA (YPWR), CHALLENGER
(YCGR), COOBER PEDY (YCBP), OODNADATTA (YOOD)
FOR FURTHER INFO CTC DUTY OPS MANAGER TEL: (PLUS) 61 3 9235 7420
SFC TO FL285
FROM 07 020530 TO 07 021000


B448/23
ATS OPR AT REDUCED CAPACITY
DUE OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS IN THE FLW AIRSPACE:
MELBOURNE CENTRE 128.2, 132.8 (CENTRAL WEST NEW SOUTH WALES)
DESIGNATED AIRSPACE HANDBOOK (DAH) SECTOR VOLUME NAMES AFFECTED ARE:
'BOURKE'
MAP OF AFFECTED AIRSPACE (LISTED UNDER BOURKE/BOGAN IN THE MELBOURNE
FIR) AVBL AT HTTP://WWW.AIRSERVICESAUSTRALIA.COM/NOTAMMAPS/INDEX.ASP
APRX AREA: 15NM NORTHEAST YSDU, AROLI, 270NM WEST-NORTHWEST AROLI,
80NM NORTH CAPET, CAPET, KONDO, ALASU, 50NM NORTHWEST YGTH, YCDO,
YFBS
MAJOR ATS ROUTES:
A576 BTN PKS AND 100 NORTHWEST APOMA
G222 BTN PKS AND EVIEC
J141 BTN PKS AND 50NM EAST ANUXU
Y425 BTN ALASU AND GUMAP
Q53 BTN DOXIE AND VENEL
T74 BTN ENPAG AND KARAG
Y23 BTN VENEL AND OKAPI
H319 BTN ENPAG AND PKS
UH226 BTN 80NM SOUTHEAST ENPAG AND ENPAG
Y94 BTN GOKEN AND AROLI
T33 BTN BALLS AND 20NM WEST EVIEC
Q76 BTN TOBOB AND PORIV
Y33 BTN SAPNO AND BORLI
J19 BTN BHI AND UVUPU
Y105 BTN KARAG AND VELGI
Y52 BTN APOMA AND VELGI
Y71 BTN TAROR AND VELGI
H39 BTN NEWMO AND VELGI
FOR FURTHER INFO CTC DUTY ATM DIRECTOR TEL: 61 3 9235 7420
FL285 TO FL600
FROM 07 020530 TO 07 021000


B447/23
ATS OPR AT REDUCED CAPACITY
DUE OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS IN THE FLW AIRSPACE:
MELBOURNE CENTRE 124.9, 125.35, 122.6, 126.5 (CENTRAL WEST NEW SOUTH
WALES). DESIGNATED AIRSPACE HANDBOOK (DAH) SECTOR VOLUME NAMES
AFFECTED ARE: 'BOGAN A, BOGAN B'
MAP OF AFFECTED AIRSPACE (LISTED UNDER BOURKE/BOGAN IN THE MELBOURNE
FIR) AVBL AT HTTP://WWW.AIRSERVICESAUSTRALIA.COM/NOTAMMAPS/INDEX.ASP
APRX AREA: 20NM WEST YCDO, YHLS, KONDO, 15NM EAST CAPET, GOKEN,
DUCEK, KARAG, SAPNO, 45NM WEST YGDA, 15NM SOUTHEAST DOXIE, 20NM SOUTH
ENPAG
MAJOR ATS ROUTES:
W540 BTN BKE AND HUMOK
A576 BTN PKS AND 100NM NORTHWEST APOMA
G222 BTN PKS AND EVIEC
J141 BTN PKS AND 50NM EAST ANUXU
Y425 BTN ALASU AND GUMAP
Q53 BTN DOXIE AND VENEL
T74 BTN ENPAG AND KARAG
Y23 BTN VENEL AND OKAPI
Y94 BTN GOKEN AND AROLI
T33 BTN BALLS AND 20NM WEST EVIEC
W325 BTN ALTRO AND IDKEG
Q76 BTN TOBOB AND PORIV
Y33 BTN SAPNO AND BORLI
V180 BTN BHI AND LYSMO
W516 BTN BHI AND 60NM EAST AREST
Y105 BTN KARAG AND VELGI
Y52 BTN APOMA AND VELGI
Y71 BTN TAROR AND VELGI
H39 BTN NEWMO AND VELGI
MAJOR AERODROMES: COBAR (YCBA), BOURKE (YBKE), BREWARRINA (YBRW),
NYNGAN (YNYN), BROKEN HILL (YBHI), TIBOOBURRA (YTIB)
FOR FURTHER INFO CTC DUTY OPS MANAGER TEL: (PLUS) 61 3 9235 7420
SFC TO FL285
FROM 07 020530 TO 07 021000


B446/23
ATS OPR AT REDUCED CAPACITY
DUE OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS IN THE FLW AIRSPACE:
MELBOURNE CENTRE 135.4, 128.1, 132.9 (NORTHERN SOUTH AUSTRALIA)
DESIGNATED AIRSPACE HANDBOOK (DAH) SECTOR VOLUME NAMES AFFECTED ARE:
'WOOMERA'
MAP OF AFFECTED AIRSPACE (LISTED UNDER WOOMERA IN THE MELBOURNE FIR)
AVBL AT HTTP://WWW.AIRSERVICESAUSTRALIA.COM/NOTAMMAPS/INDEX.ASP
APRX AREA: 70NM SOUTHWEST YPWR, 170NM NORTHEAST YCBP, 20NM NORTHEAST
GORKA, KALUG, 100NM NORTHWEST YBDV, 50NM SOUTHWEST YBDV, 70NM EAST
YOOM, GOKEN, 15NM EAST CAPET
VERTICAL LIMITS: FL285 - FL600
MAJOR ATS ROUTES:
Q168 BTN 120NM SOUTHEAST YPWR AND YPWR
T29 BTN ARENI AND YPWR
T21 BTN PUGUT AND YLEC
J251 BTN OJJAY AND 50NM NORTH SARAH
J141 BTN 50NM EAST RUSAD AND 50NM WEST-NORTHWEST SAPED
Y94 BTN YLEC AND GOKEN
T33 BTN YLEC AND EVIEC
A461 BTN 50NM NORTH IDANU AND YLEC
H119 BTN YLEC AND 240NM NORTHWEST NATYA
H164 BTN CAPET AND YLEC
G222 BTN GORKA AND GOKEN
A576 BTN KALUG AND 100NM NORTHWEST APOMA
T25 BTN 20NM SOUTH NOLES AND 15NM SOUTHEAST BOOEY
J37 BTN YOOM AND YPAG
H630 BTN ATLIB AND NIMEK
H135 BTN YLEC AND NIMEK
H246 BTN ISROV AND YOOM
FOR FURTHER INFO CTC DUTY OPS MANAGER TEL: (PLUS) 61 3 9235 7420
FL285 TO FL600
FROM 07 020530 TO 07 021000


B445/23
ATS OPR AT REDUCED CAPACITY
DUE OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS IN THE FLW AIRSPACE:
MELBOURNE CENTRE 128.85, 131.8 (ALICE SPRINGS AND CENTRAL AUSTRALIA)
DESIGNATED AIRSPACE HANDBOOK (DAH) SECTOR VOLUME NAMES AFFECTED ARE:
'ALICE SPRINGS EAST' AND 'ALICE SPRINGS WEST'
MAP OF AFFECTED AIRSPACE (LISTED UNDER ALICE SPRINGS IN THE MELBOURNE
FIR) AVBL AT HTTP://WWW.AIRSERVICESAUSTRALIA.COM/NOTAMMAPS/INDEX.ASP
APRX AREA: 200NM SOUTH YAYE, 170NM WEST YAYE, 240NM NORTHWEST YAYE,
250NM NORTH-NORTHEAST YAYE, 190NM NORTHEAST YBAS, 220NM SOUTHEAST
YBAS, 130NM SOUTHWEST YBAS
MAJOR ATS ROUTES:
T21 BTN 50NM NORTHWEST WENER AND PUGUT
T20 BTN 70NM NORTHWEST WENER AND ISMOR
T44 BTN CELIA AND YAYE
T29 BTN SCHEE AND ARENI
G222 BTN GULUM AND GORKA
T11 BTN LEESA AND MITTS
A576 BTN TIMMI AND KALUG
A587 BTN DEENO AND YBAS
J251 BTN SCOTI AND 50NM NORTH SARAH
A461 BTN DIGLA AND 50NM NORTH IDANU
T25 BTN YUSEF AND 50NM SOUTHEAST NOLES
J64 BTN YAYE AND GAFER
Y69 BTN MARIT AND YBAS
Q41 BTN YAYE AND KATAR
V112 BTN YBAS AND YAYE
FOR FURTHER INFO CTC DUTY OPS MANAGER TEL: (PLUS) 613 9235 7420
FL285 TO FL600
FROM 07 020530 TO 07 021000


B444/23
ATS OPR AT REDUCED CAPACITY
DUE OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS IN THE FLW AIRSPACE:
MELBOURNE CENTRE 124.9, 130.9 (WARBURTON AREA, W AUSTRALIA)
DESIGNATED AIRSPACE HANDBOOK (DAH) SECTOR VOLUME NAMES AFFECTED ARE:
'WARBURTON HIGH', 'WARBURTON LOW'
MAP OF AFFECTED AIRSPACE (LISTED UNDER ESPERANCE/FORREST/WARBURTON IN
THE MELBOURNE FIR) AVBL AT
HTTP://WWW.AIRSERVICESAUSTRALIA.COM/NOTAMMAPS/INDEX.ASP
APRX AREA: 140NM SOUTHEAST BIDAP, 25NM WEST ENPIT, 35NM EAST ENPIT,
170NM WEST YAYE, 200NM SOUTH-SOUTHWEST YAYE, 150NM EAST YLEO, 170NM
WEST IDNUK
MAJOR ATS ROUTES:
T20 BTN ENPIT AND 70NM NORTH WENER
T21 BTN 100NM SOUTHEAST NONAX AND 50NM WEST WENER
T44 BTN 110NM EAST NONAX AND 50NM EAST CELIA
A585 BTN 100NM SOUTHEAST BIDAP AND PINAV
N640 BTN 50NM NORTHWEST BOBET AND 50NM SOUTHEAST BOBET
Y69 BTN 130NM WEST SKIPA AND MARIT
Q41 BTN KATAR AND BOBET
W408 BTN LINDO AND 90NM EAST ROOKS
MAJOR AERODROMES: WARBURTON (YWBR)
FOR FURTHER INFO CTC DUTY OPS MANAGER TEL: (PLUS) 613 9235 7420
SFC TO FL600
FROM 07 020530 TO 07 021000


B443/23
ATS OPR AT REDUCED CAPACITY
DUE OPRERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS IN THE FLW AIRSPACE:
MELBOURNE CENTRE 123.95, 133.2 (ESPERANCE AREA, W AUSTRALIA)
COLLECTIVELY KNOWN AS 'ESPERANCE'. DESIGNATED AIRSPACE HANDBOOK (DAH)
SECTOR VOLUME NAMES AFFECTED ARE 'ESPERANCE, NORSE'
MAP OF AFFECTED AIRSPACE (LISTED UNDER ESPERANCE/FORREST/WARBURTON IN
THE MELBOURNE FIR) AVBL AT
HTTP://WWW.AIRSERVICESAUSTRALIA.COM/NOTAMMAPS/INDEX.ASP
APRX AREA: 100NM SOUTHWEST YLEO, 200NM EAST YLEO, 290NM SOUTH OLRUX,
150NM SOUTHEAST YABA, 70NM WEST YPKG
MAJOR ATS ROUTES:
J21 BTN SORTU AND OLRUX
Q32 BTN FLAKE AND DUNDA
Q82 BTN DUNDA AND 100NM EAST GRABL
Y135 BTN HECTO AND HITCH
Q33 BTN LUCRE AND ESP VOR
Q158 BTN CRICK AND KATHI
Y53 BTN 30NM WEST MEMUP AND RERON
Q27 BTN TAPAX AND MOLGA
UY87 BTN MEMUP AND TAPAX
W486 BTN 40NM NORTHEAST HOODY AND OLRUX
MAJOR AERODROMES: ESPERANCE (YESP)
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B442/23
ATS OPR AT REDUCED CAPACITY
DUE OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS IN THE FLW AIRSPACE:
MELBOURNE CENTRE 134.2, 132.7, 135.0, 133.95, 123.5 (GREAT AUSTRALIAN
BIGHT INCLUDING SOUTH OF KANGAROO ISLAND AND CEDUNA AREAS)
COLLECTIVELY KNOWN AS FORREST, DESIGNATED AIRSPACE HANDBOOK (DAH)
SECTOR VOLUME NAMES AFFECTED ARE: 'FORREST, FORREST LOW
MAP OF AFFECTED AIRSPACE (LISTED UNDER ESPERANCE/FORREST/WARBURTON IN
THE MELBOURNE FIR) AVBL AT
HTTP://WWW.AIRSERVICESAUSTRALIA.COM/NOTAMMAPS/INDEX.ASP
APRX AREA: 200NM EAST YLEO, 200NM SOUTH YAYE, 90NM SOUTH SOUTHWEST
YPWR, 210NM NORTHWEST YPAD, KAMBI, 150NM SOUTHWEST YPAD, 80NM
NORTHWEST YMTG, 90NM SOUTHWEST YMTG, 60NM SOUTHWEST NOGIP, 300NM WEST
YMHB, 290NM SOUTH OLRUX
MAJOR ATS ROUTES:
J141 BTN 50NM EAST RUSAD AND SEVSI
J21 BTN ABTOD AND OLRUX
T97 BTN MALLY AND KAMBI
N640 BTN KAMBI AND BOBET
Q32 BTN KAMBI AND FLAKE
Y135 BTN HITCH AND HYDRA
Q33 BTN LONLY AND LUCRE
Q158 BTN CRENA AND CRICK
Y53 BTN RERON AND MTG VOR
T134 BTN NOGIP AND TAPAX
T65 BTN NOGIP AND TEKUP
T8 BTN CRENA AND TEKUP
T131 BTN KROWS AND VIBUX
L513 BTN TUNGO AND TAPAX
T20 BTN ISMOR AND AKDAV
A585 BTN PINAV AND ABTOD
W486 BTN OLRUX AND 55NM NORTHWEST KAMBI
J149 BTN ANITA AND YCDU
V621 BTN YCDU AND 110NM NORTHWEST SPENA
MAJOR AERODROMES: CAIGUNA (YCAG), FORREST (YFRT), OAK VALLEY (YOKV),
YALATA MISSION (YYTA), CEDUNA (YCDU), STREAK BAY (YKBY), JACINTH
AMBROSIA (YJAC)
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Thread drift as this is a TIBA thread, the above is ATS OPR AT REDUCED CAPACITY - YMMM FIR.
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Are Pilots/Crew refusing to entertain this? Or are they flying on into these areas?
Unfortunately, my mob hasn't given us a directive either way. But I know what I'll say when I see a relevant NOTAM.
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YBBB/YMMM FIR MAP with sector boundaries.
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