ATC clearance

air traffic control clearance; ATC clearance; clearance
Authorization for an aircraft to proceed under conditions specified by an air traffic control unit.
Note 1.— For convenience, the term ‘air traffic control clearance’ is frequently abbreviated to ‘clearance’ when used in appropriate contexts.
Note 2.— The abbreviated term ‘clearance’ may be prefixed by the words ‘taxi’, ‘take-off’, ‘departure’, ‘en route’, ‘approach’ or ‘landing’ to indicate the particular portion of flight to which the air traffic control clearance relates.
(AN 2; AN 11; PANS-ATM)
диспетчерское разрешение; разрешение УВД; разрешение
Разрешение воздушному судну действовать в соответствии с условиями, установленными диспетчерским органом.
Примечание 1. Для удобства термин «диспетчерское разрешение» часто заменяется сокращённым термином «разрешение», который употребляется в соответствующих контекстах.
Примечание 2. Сокращённый термин «разрешение» может употребляться с пояснительными словами «на выруливание», «на взлёт», «на вылет», «на полёт по маршруту», «на заход на посадку» или «на посадку» для обозначения этапа полёта, к которому относится диспетчерское разрешение.

International Civil Aviation Vocabulary (English-Russian). 2014.

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  • “clearance cancelled...” — An expression used in radio communications to indicate a time specified by an ATC (air traffic control) unit at which a clearance ceases to be valid unless the aircraft concerned has already taken action to comply with it. This expression is used …   Aviation dictionary

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  • amended clearance — A clearance issued by air traffic control amending a previous ATC (air traffic control) clearance in response to a request from the pilot or initiated by air traffic control to avoid conflict with other aircraft or severe weather …   Aviation dictionary

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