required navigation performance

required navigation performance; RNP
A statement of the navigation performance necessary for operation within a defined airspace.
Note.— Navigation performance and requirements are defined for a particular RNP type and/or application.
(AN 4; AN 6/I; AN 6/II; AN 6/III; AN 10/III; AN 11; PANS-ATM; PANS-OPS/I; PANS-OPS/II)
Official definition added to: AN 6/I by Amdt 20 (10/11/1994), AN 6/II by Amdt 15
(10/11/1994), AN 6/III by Amdt 2 (10/11/1994), AN 10/III by Amdt 77 (28/11/2002), AN 11
by Amdt 35 (10/11/1994), PANS-OPS/I by Amdt 10 (5/11/1998), PANS-RAC by Amdt 5 (10/11/1994) and modified by: Amdt 51 to AN 4 (5/11/1998), Amdt 23 to AN 6/I (5/11/1998),
Amdt 18 to AN 6/II (5/11/1998), Amdt 5 to AN 6/III (5/11/1998) and Amdt 38 to AN 11
(5/11/1998).
The note to the above official definition does not appear in AN 10/III.
требуемые навигационные характеристики; RNP
Перечень навигационных характеристик, необходимых для выполнения полётов в пределах установленного воздушного пространства.
Примечание. Навигационные характеристики и требования определяются для конкретного типа RNP и/или применения. .

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

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