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Old 12-11-2020, 01:34   #1
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Default Når kom NAT - North Atlantic Tracks?

Er det noen som vet når rutesystemet over Atlanteren, de såkalte «North Atlantic Tracks» ble innført?
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Old 12-11-2020, 01:38   #2
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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Atlantic_Tracks

The first implementation of an organised track system across the North Atlantic was in fact for commercial shipping, dating back to 1898 when the North Atlantic Track Agreement was signed. After World War II, increasing commercial airline traffic across the North Atlantic led to difficulties for ATC in separating aircraft effectively, and so in 1961 the first occasional use of NAT Tracks was made. In 1965, the publication of NAT Tracks became a daily feature, allowing controllers to force traffic onto fixed track structures in order to effectively separate the aircraft by time, altitude, and latitude.[1] In 1966, the two agencies at Shannon and Prestwick merged to become Shanwick, with responsibility out to 30°W longitude; according to the official document "From 1st April, 1966, such a communications service between such aircraft and the said air traffic control centres as has before that date been provided by the radio stations at Ballygirreen in Ireland and Birdlip in the United Kingdom will be provided between such aircraft and the said air traffic control centre at Prestwick or such other air traffic control centre in the United Kingdom as may from time to time be nominated".
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Old 29-07-2021, 17:38   #3
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The first implementation of an organised track system across the North Atlantic was in fact for commercial shipping, dating back to 1898 when the North Atlantic Track Agreement was signed. After World War II, increasing commercial airline traffic across the North Atlantic led to difficulties for ATC in separating aircraft effectively, and so in 1961 the first occasional use of NAT Tracks was made. In 1965, the publication of NAT Tracks became a daily feature, allowing controllers to force traffic onto fixed track structures in order to effectively separate the aircraft by time, altitude, and latitude.[1] In 1966, the two agencies at Shannon and Prestwick merged to become Shanwick, with responsibility out to 30°W longitude; according to the official document "From 1st April, 1966, such a communications service between such aircraft and the said air traffic control centres as has before that date been provided by the radio stations at Ballygirreen in Ireland and Birdlip in the United Kingdom will be provided between such aircraft and the said air traffic control centre at Prestwick or such other air traffic control centre in the United Kingdom as may from time to time be nominated".
Thanks for sharing.
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The first implementation of an organised track system across the North Atlantic was in fact for commercial shipping, dating back to 1898 when the North Atlantic Track Agreement was signed. After World War II, increasing commercial airline traffic across the North Atlantic led to difficulties for ATC in separating aircraft effectively, and so in 1961 the first occasional use of NAT Tracks was made. In 1965, the publication of NAT Tracks became a daily feature, allowing controllers to force traffic onto fixed track structures in order to effectively separate the aircraft by time, altitude, and latitude.[1] In 1966, the two agencies at Shannon and Prestwick merged to become Shanwick, with responsibility out to 30°W longitude; according to the official document "From 1st April, 1966, such a communications service between such aircraft and the said air traffic control centres as has before that date been provided by the radiosender stations at Ballygirreen in Ireland and Birdlip in the United Kingdom will be provided between such aircraft and the said air traffic control centre at Prestwick or such other air traffic control centre in the United Kingdom as may from time to time be nominated".
Thanks for sharing. I read this on Ballygirreen radio.
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Old 02-08-2021, 18:03   #5
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