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1 Pilot Procedures Photographic Survey Flights Summary of changes 1 A periodic review found some errors, redundancies and out-of-date information in the Pilot Procedures Photographic Survey Flights manual 2 The changes to the Pilot Procedures Photographic Survey Flights manual are: A Foreword is updated; B Table of Contents is updated to delete Appendix A; the implementation of reduced vertical separation minimum in southern domestic airspace means that the table of cruising altitudes found in the CARs has been superseded; C Abbreviations AIP is deleted; SCURF is corrected to CVFR ; and NTSC is corrected to NTS ; D 114 is amended to refer pilots to CAR and relevant Aeronautical Information Circulars; E 133 is amended to replace AIP Canada with Transport Canada Aeronautical Information Manual ; F 167 is edited for correctness; G 191 is amended for correctness; Vancouver ACC moved in 2005; and H Appendix A is deleted; pilots should check with the current Canadian Aviation Regulations and relevant AIC to determine the rules that apply

2 PILOT PROCEDURES PHOTOGRAPHIC SURVEY FLIGHTS FOREWORD The aim of this publication is to provide direction to users in order that Air Traffic Services may better accommodate the special demands and unique operational requirements of aircraft conducting photographic survey flights The procedures detailed in this document were developed in consultation with the Geomatics Industry Association of Canada whose assistance is gratefully acknowledged RR Speiran Manager ATS Standards and Procedures JANUARY 27, 2000 PHOTO - 1

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4 RECORD OF AMENDMENTS NUMBER DATE DATE ENTERED ENTERED BY Included in this electronic edition PHOTO - 3

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6 TABLE OF CONTENTS ABBREVIATIONS 7 PILOT PROCEDURES PHOTOGRAPHIC SURVEY FLIGHTS 9 11 INTRODUCTION 9 12 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS FLIGHT PLANNING PHOTO BLOCKS FLIGHT PLANNING BY PHOTOGRAPHIC FLIGHT LINES IN-FLIGHT OPERATING PROCEDURES APPLICATION OF SEPARATION COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE PROCEDURE CHART PROCUREMENT 22 PHOTO - 5

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8 ABBREVIATIONS ACC ATC ATS CARs CVFR FIR FSS IFR NTS Area Control Center Air Traffic Control Air Traffic Services Canadian Aviation Regulations Controlled Visual Flight Rules Flight Information Region Flight Service Station Instrument Flight Rules National Topographic System PHOTO - 7

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10 PILOT PROCEDURES PHOTOGRAPHIC SURVEY FLIGHTS 11 INTRODUCTION 111 Pilot Procedures Photographic Survey Flights was originally distributed on June 1, 1984 and subsequently revised March 1, 1987 and January 1, 1993 The Pilot Procedures manual was introduced for the purpose of simplifying the flight planning process for photographic survey flights while providing better coordination and therefore more efficient control 112 This edition replaces the January 1, 1993 revision in its entirety and is effective January 27, The major change which precipitated this revision was the introduction of the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) and the commercialization of Air Traffic Services 114 Pilots intending to conduct aerial survey or mapping operations should refer to CARs and relevant Aeronautical Information Circulars PHOTO - 9

11 12 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 121 Photographic grid maps are based on a mapping system that is a slightly modified version of the National Topographic System (NTS) This mapping system divides Canada into numbered primary quadrangles, each four degrees in latitude by eight degrees in longitude (three degrees of latitude by 16 degrees of longitude north of 80 degrees latitude) Identification of each photo survey block is based on the sub-division of each primary quadrangle as follows: 93 - a primary quadrangle 93 SW - the Southwest quarter of the primary quadrangle 93 G - a lettered quadrangle which is one sixteenth (1/16) of a primary quadrangle and lettered A to P North of 68 degrees latitude a lettered quadrangle is one eighth (1/8) of a primary quadrangle and lettered A to H 93 G 4 - a quarter of a lettered quadrangle South of 68 degrees latitude the size of the quarters are half a degree in latitude by one degree in longitude (at 50 degrees latitude each quarter block is approximately 40 NM by 30 NM) These quarter blocks are numbered 1 to 4 clockwise from the southeast corner of the lettered quadrangle and are hereafter referred to as Photo Blocks (Example of Plotted Photo Area - See Figure 121) PHOTO - 10

12 Figure Grid Map with Plotted Photo Area SHADED AREAS ARE PHOTO BLOCKS TO BE PROTECTED AND SHOWN ON FLIGHT PLAN AS 93 F3-4, G AND K1-2 NOTE: PHOTO SURVEY AREA INCLUDES MANOEUVRING AREAS PHOTO - 11

13 122 These grid maps are to be used as a common aeronautical reference chart by Flight Service Specialists, Air Traffic Controllers and survey pilots or operators Area Control Centers (ACCs) distribute the charts as required to Flight Service Stations (FSSs) where they are made available to the operators The charts are identified as grid plotting charts and numbered as follows: A Vancouver and Edmonton (South) B Winnipeg and Ontario (North) C Montreal and Ontario (South) D Gander, Moncton and Goose E Edmonton (Northwest) F Edmonton (Northeast) (Depiction of Plotting Charts - See Figure 122) 123 If a flight line, or the area to be photo surveyed, crosses a common Flight Information Region (FIR) boundary between two adjacent ACCs, prior coordination by the survey pilot or operator is required with only one ACC The subsequent flight plan may be filed with either that ACC or the nearest FSS PHOTO - 12

14 Figure 122 No ARCTIC 160 OCEAN ALASKA 150 GREENLAND PACIIFIC OCEAN No 5 YUKON TERRITORY Whitehorse Great Bear Lake NORTHWESTTERRITORIES TERRITORIES Yellowknife No 6 BAFFIN ISLAND ATLANTIC OCEAN BRITISH COLUMBIA Vancouver ALBERTA Edmonton Calgary No 2 Great Slave Lake Regina Lake Athabasca UNITED STATES MANITOBA Lake Winnipeg Winnipeg Lake Superior Lake Michigan Hudson Bay ONTARIO QUÉBEC Lake Huron Lake Erie Toronto Kuujjuaq N- B Fredericton Montréal NOVA Ottawa SCOTIA Lake Ontario Big Trout Lake Québec No 4 NEWFOUNDLAND SASKATCHEWAN Halifax St John's PEI Charlottetown No PHOTO - 13

15 13 OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS 131 Photo survey pilots should inform Air Traffic Services (ATS) when they are commencing their flight line(s) This will ensure that, whenever possible, the flight line will be permitted to continue uninterrupted If it becomes necessary to discontinue an IFR or CVFR aircraft's flight line, the controller will vector or clear the aircraft back into position as soon as possible 132 Prior coordination with the appropriate Air Traffic Control (ATC) facility is a prerequisite to the smooth operation of photogrammetry missions which will operate IFR or CVFR Facility personnel should be aware that flight conditions or other factors may cause photogrammetry missions to be delayed for several days Facility personnel must be adequately briefed to ensure that they will be able to react to this or any other requirement The point of contact for approval of IFR or CVFR flight in controlled airspace is the appropriate ACC Shift Manager Pre-flight coordination should be initiated at least one week in advance and should ensure a complete understanding of the operations to be conducted It is also recommended that the pilot or crew member contact the ATC facility on the day of the mission to confirm previous arrangements 133 The airspace between FL 330 to FL 390 inclusive, within the Arctic Control Area, the Northern Control Area and portions of the Southern Control Area has been designated as Canadian Minimum Navigation Performance Specifications (CMNPS) airspace Aircraft certified as meeting CMNPS requirements are given priority in this airspace (see Transport Canada Aeronautical Information Manual RAC Canadian Minimum Performance Specifications Airspace) PHOTO - 14

16 14 FLIGHT PLANNING PHOTO BLOCKS 141 The following flight planning procedures will apply when flight planning by photo blocks: A A flight plan or flight itinerary is to be filed with the ATS facility closest to the point of departure at least one hour prior to proposed departure time B The photo block(s) specified in the flight plan must: 1 be determined by reference to the air photo block reference grid chart provided by ATS; 2 include the area to be photographed and all manoeuvring areas; 3 include all quarters which may be entered ATC will not protect additional airspace to guard against excursions of IFR or CVFR photo flight aircraft from the flight planned photo block area (Sample Photo Survey Flight Plan - Figure 141) C The flight plan information provided in the Flight Altitude/Level and Route section shall include: 1 Planned altitude en route to photo block 2 Route to photo block 3 (WORDS) ENTER PHOTO BLOCK 4 Point of entry 5 Requested altitude within photo block 6 (WORDS) EXIT PHOTO BLOCK 7 Point of exit 8 Planned altitude to destination: 9 Route to destination Note: The entry and exit points listed above can be described by: i) bearing/distance from a navigation aid; or ii) latitude/longitude PHOTO - 15

17 D The Other Information section shall contain: 1 (WORDS) PHOTO BLOCK - (followed by grid numbers and letters) 2 (WORDS) TIME TO PHOTO BLOCK - (followed by the estimated elapsed time from departure to point of entry of photo block expressed in hours and minutes 3 (WORDS) TIME IN PHOTO BLOCK - (followed by the length of time within photo block area) PHOTO - 16

18 Figure 141 PHOTO - 17

19 15 FLIGHT PLANNING BY PHOTOGRAPHIC FLIGHT LINES 151 In most areas, photo survey flights will be able to flight plan using the abbreviated NTS photo blocks However, due to traffic density, there may be occasions when it will not be possible to protect the required photo blocks In such cases, ATC will request that the flight plan be by individual flight lines ATC will protect four nautical miles each side of the flight line being flown 152 When it is necessary to flight plan by photographic flight lines, the ATC facility responsible may request that the photo survey pilot or operator file a flight plan, at least 72 hours in advance, with a topographical chart of adequate scale (1:500,000 or 1:1,000,000) on which the applicable flight lines, entry and exit point are clearly delineated 153 This special flight planning requirement will only be exercised where ATC considers that the flight line information would enable the controller to accommodate the affected air traffic more efficiently This requirement will be made known to the photo survey pilot or operator during the initial coordination contact PHOTO - 18

20 16 IN-FLIGHT OPERATING PROCEDURES 161 The photo survey pilot should advise ATS on initial contact that, This is a photo survey mission 162 During the photo survey mission, the appropriate ATS facility should be advised when work has progressed to the point where the area, as defined in the flight plan can be reduced in size by blocks or quarter blocks 163 IFR flights requesting clearance from the photo area must include a position report, preferably as a bearing/distance from a navigation aid or, if not practical, by reference to the aircraft's position in the quarter block being flown 164 ATS should be advised when entering and exiting the photo block 165 ATS frequencies should, when possible, be monitored at all times 166 Pilots of photo survey aircraft operating within controlled airspace shall operate transponders as directed by ATC, except in an emergency or communications failure situation, at which time the standard emergency SSR codes shall be used 167 Pilots of photo survey aircraft, operating in accordance with IFR or CVFR, are responsible for the navigation necessary to confine their activity to the airspace allocated For information regarding airspace that will be protected by ATC see 17 Application of Separation PHOTO - 19

21 17 APPLICATION OF SEPARATION 171 While the photo survey aircraft is en route to, arriving or departing from, or established on a flight line ATC will apply lateral, longitudinal or vertical separation minima between the photo survey aircraft and other aircraft operating under an ATC clearance in accordance with the requirements of the airspace classification involved 172 If the photo survey aircraft is operating within a photo block, ATC will protect the whole block by ensuring the airspace to be protected for IFR and CVFR aircraft not engaged in the photo survey work does not overlap the assigned photo block 173 If more than one aircraft has been assigned to work in the same photo block(s), the operator is responsible for separation between the individual aircraft ATC will not provide separation between individual aircraft that are operating in the same block(s) 174 When operators flight plan to operate in photo blocks that abut, they are responsible for providing their own separation in respect to the common line that separates the two blocks ATC will not provide separation between the individual aircraft in such cases, but will advise each operator of the activity in the adjoining photo block 175 When the photo survey aircraft has been requested to flight plan and operate in reference to individual photographic flight lines instead of photo blocks, ATC will protect four nautical miles each side of the flight line In addition, ATC will provide additional airspace for the aircraft to complete a turn at the end of the flight line This additional airspace will be of the following dimensions: A 4 miles below FL 180; B 14 miles at FL 180 to FL 230; and C 17 miles above FL In areas of radar coverage, radar procedures may be applied in preference to a nonradar procedure at any time that the survey pilot or controller will gain an operational advantage In such cases, a photo survey aircraft while operating within the flight planned photo block(s) may be radar identified and provided with radar control service ATC is not to use a turn to radar identify an aircraft that is established on a flight line PHOTO - 20

22 18 COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE PROCEDURE 181 Except where appropriate instructions to cover an anticipated communications failure have been received from ATS, the pilot of a photo survey aircraft operating in, or cleared to enter controlled airspace in accordance with IFR, who experiences communications failure shall: A set the transponder on Code 7600; B if operating in VFR weather conditions or if such conditions are subsequently encountered, continue to fly in VFR weather conditions and land at the nearest suitable aerodrome 182 If the procedure in 81(b) cannot be followed and the communications failure occurs: A while an route to the photo area, the pilot shall proceed to the photo area via the cleared routing and altitude; B while in the photo area, the pilot shall operate according to the flight times and altitudes When the estimated time in the photo area has expired, the pilot will proceed to the destination airport as filed; C for which there is no laid down procedure, the pilot-in-command is expected to exercise good judgment in whatever action is taken In any event, ATC will protect the airspace in the immediate vicinity of the aerodrome of first intended landing for a period of 30 minutes from the time at which the aircraft is expected to commence approach 183 These procedures are in accordance with TWO WAY COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE contained in Canada Flight Supplement, Emergency Section PHOTO - 21

23 19 CHART PROCUREMENT 191 Modified NTS charts are available from the following ACCs: GANDER ACC Manager, ACC Operations Area Control Center Gander International Airport Memorial Drive PO Box 328 Gander, NF A1V 1W7 MONTREAL ACC Manager, ACC Operations Area Control Center Dorval International Airport 1750 Chemin St François Dorval, QB H4P 2P6 WINNIPEG ACC Manager, ACC Operations Area Control Center Winnipeg International Airport 777 Moray Street Winnipeg, MB R3J 3W8 MONCTON ACC Manager, ACC Operations Area Control Center Moncton International Airport 222 Old Coach Road Riverview, NB E1B 4G2 TORONTO ACC Manager, ACC Operations Area Control Center Lester B Pearson International Airport 2490 Britannia Road East Mississauga, ON L4W 2P7 EDMONTON ACC Manager, ACC Operations Area Control Center Edmonton International Airport PO Box 9867 Edmonton, AB T5J 2T2 VANCOUVER ACC Manager, ACC Operations Area Control Center th Street Surrey, BC V3W 0M8 PHOTO - 22

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