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Published on March 30, 2008

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Worldwide Operations Review:  Worldwide Operations Review Presented by Laura Everington Universal Weather & Aviation, Inc. Worldwide Operations Review Europe Europe:  General Private flights Permits not required most countries Charter flights Permits required most countries Airport Restrictions Slots Curfews Parking Noise Europe Europe:  Airway slots Issued by Eurocontrol Central Flow Management Unit (CFMU) Located in Brussels Flight plans can be filed 24 hrs in advance Slots are issued 2 hrs prior to assigned ETD Valid for 15 minutes 5 minutes prior assigned slot time 10 minutes after assigned slot time Europe Europe:  Airway slots Availability Airport pairs Traffic flow Time of day Season Noise constraints ICAO Annex 16 Stage III Few exceptions Europe Europe:  Regulatory issues Cabotage Rule interpretation varies RAF bases Special notice 14 days prior MOD Application PPR could be rescinded due to military traffic Europe Europe:  Permits / Regulatory issues Visas Not required for U.S. citizens Handling / Parking Generally good through FBO / agent Problem spots Florence / LIRQ Pisa / LIRP Genoa / LIMJ Bologna / LIPE Rome / LIRA Turin / LIMF Venice / LIPZ Naples / LIRN Europe Europe:  Security Generally very good Check with service provider Europe Slide8:  Worldwide Operations Review Russia & C.I.S. Russia & C.I.S.:  Crew visas Required required for multiple stops Not required for tech stop Exception is Moscow visas required Recommended prior to arrival Airway slots No ATC slots required Airport slots Kiev / UKBB Required prior to landing permit approval Russia & C.I.S. Russia & C.I.S.:  Permits Landing permits required for Private and Charter operations Exceptions Latvia Lithuania Overflight permits required Exceptions Estonia Latvia Lithuania Ukraine Russia & C.I.S. Russia & C.I.S.:  Handling / Parking Handling generally good within region when overseen by FERAS or Rusaero agent Fuel Government controlled Good quality Reasonably priced Generally available Russia & C.I.S. Russia & C.I.S.:  Security Extra security recommended Belarus Georgia Kazakhstan Kyrgyz Republic Moldova Tajikistan Ukraine Russia & C.I.S. Russia & C.I.S.:  General notes Different ATC/approach procedures Altimetry standards Weather reporting standards Minimum speed restrictions Airways between Europe – Far East Navigators still used for ops to non-AOE Tech stops Almaty / UAAA Novosibirsk / UNNT Russia & C.I.S. Slide14:  Worldwide Operations Review Middle East Middle East:  Permits / Regulatory issues Following countries require landing and/or Overflight permits for private flights Middle East Afghanistan Bahrain Cyprus Iran Iraq Israel Lebanon Jordan Kuwait Pakistan Saudi Arabia Oman Qatar U.A.E. Syria Yemen Middle East:  Health requirements Modern medical facilities available Cash payment usually required General notes Islamic rules Prohibited items Alcohol Pork Pornography Narcotics Female personnel Bring appropriate clothing Do not travel alone Middle East Middle East:  General notes ATC Operations to Cyprus/Turkey Tel Aviv NOTAM Tech stops Bahrain / OBBI Dubai / OMDB Muscat / OOMS Crew / Pax nationalities should be considered in case of diversion Middle East Slide18:  Worldwide Operations Review Asia Asia:  General notes Region is permit intensive for both landing and overflights Potential hostility towards U.S. citizens Civil unrest Nepal Sri Lanka Indonesia Philippines Asia Slide20:  Worldwide Operations Review Australia / South Pacific Australia / South Pacific:  Australia Permits Landing N/R – flight plan on file Overflights N/R – flight plan on file Visas Required prior to entry Crew visa not required if staying 90 days or less. (listed on gen dec) exception is Perth Pax – required (ETA-Electronic Travel Authority or E-Visa) Operational considerations Agricultural regulations enforced stringently Aircraft cabin will be sprayed with insecticide on arrival Stage II prohibited Australia / South Pacific Australia / South Pacific:  New Zealand Permits Landing N/R – flight plan on file Overflights N/R – flight plan on file Visas Not required for stay < 90 days Vaccinations None required Operational considerations Agricultural regulations enforced stringently Aircraft cabin will be sprayed with insecticide on arrival Australia / South Pacific Slide23:  Worldwide Operations Review Far East Asia / Australia / Far East:  Slots Airway Not required Airport All airports in Japan Narita / RJAA Total 370 slots / day 2 hour window Request 15 days in advance Hong Kong / VHHH Slots required prior to permit being issued 30 minute window Asia / Australia / Far East Asia / Australia / Far East:  Noise constraints Hong Kong Stage II aircraft banned Japan Stage II aircraft banned > 25 years old MGTOW > 75,000 lbs Asia / Australia / Far East Asia / Australia / Far East:  Permits / Regulatory issues Chinese cabotage rules Flexible Insurance requirements for Hong Kong / VHHH Increased coverage limits New, required wording – third party coverage on pax, cargo, for any one single event Health requirements Quality of care varies widely Check with the CDC Asia / Australia / Far East Asia / Australia / Far East:  Fuel Quality Very good Availability Very good Security Airport Generally good at major airports Recommended at remote locations Civil unrest widespread Asia / Australia / Far East Asia / Australia / Far East:  General notes Pacific islands Wake island / PWAK Closed to all but military / medical flights Tech stops Nadi/NFFN Civil unrest Apia/NSFA Pago Pago/NSTU Midway Island/PMDY PPR required Asia / Australia / Far East Slide29:  Worldwide Operations Review Caribbean, Latin/South America Caribbean, Latin/South America:  Slots Airway/Airport None required Caribbean, Latin/South America Caribbean, Latin/South America:  Noise constraints None throughout Latin/South America Night curfews throughout Caribbean Permits / Regulatory issues Permits required Ecuador Peru Bolivia Chile Cuba Nicaragua Panama Guatemala Mexico Caribbean, Latin/South America Caribbean, Latin/South America:  Visas Brazil only Conflicting answers throughout the country Caribbean, Latin/South America Caribbean, Latin/South America:  Health requirements Malaria prophylaxis recommended in Amazon basin Yellow fever vaccination Brazil Quality of care varies greatly throughout region Check with CDC Caribbean, Latin/South America Caribbean, Latin/South America:  Handling / Parking South America Generally good handling at major airports Lack of English in remote locations Brazil Portuguese spoken in remote locations Argentina Spanish spoken at domestic airports Latin America Quality of services varies greatly Caribbean Quality of services varies greatly Caribbean, Latin/South America Caribbean, Latin/South America:  Fuel Quality Generally good Latin America South America Availability Generally good Latin America South America Always check availability in Caribbean during tourist season Caribbean, Latin/South America Caribbean, Latin/South America:  Security Brazil Personal security is a major concern Sao Paulo Rio de Janeiro Columbia “Kidnapping capital of the world” Highly recommended El Salvador Aircraft security highly recommended Caribbean, Latin/South America Caribbean, Latin/South America:  General notes Cuba overflight permit can be rescinded at last minute Caribbean Islands Watch runway conditions closely Caribbean, Latin/South America Slide38:  Department of Homeland Security - U.S. Customs and Immigration Within the Continental United States Customs Notification:  Customs Notification Part 91 – Private / Non-Revenue Inbound Notification Pre-Notification Update Required Documents Private Aircraft Enforcement System Arrival Report (CF 178) Customs Declaration Cards (CF 6059B) Customs Decal Customs Notification:  Customs Notification Part 135 – Charter / Cargo Outbound Notification Fax General Declaration Follow up with phone call to obtain outbound clearance approval / Hard Copy or Verbal Transmit Outbound APIS (Advanced Passenger Information System) Inbound Notification Pre Notification Update Transmit Inbound APIS Required Documents General Declaration Customs Bond (CF 301) AOE Information:  AOE Information Airports of Entry International Usually 24/7 Hours of Operation 1 Hour Notification Required Designated Southern Border Airports / First Port of Entry entering the U.S. from the South Landing Rights Prior Permission Required to Land Usually 24 Hour Notice Required User Fee Costs Associated with User Fee Airports Border Overflight Exemption Program:  Border Overflight Exemption Program What is it? Permission to overfly first point of entry into U.S. Required if: Arriving into the U.S. from a Foreign Origin South of 30o North Latitude on the Atlantic side and 33o North Latitude on the Pacific side within the Western Hemisphere Border Overflight Exemption Program:  Border Overflight Exemption Program Requirements Complete all application forms required by U.S. Customs Service (CF 442) Application Process Completed application submitted to U.S. Customs Overflight Coordinator Single – 15 day processing time Term – 30 day processing time Border Overflight Exemption Program:  Border Overflight Exemption Program Term Border Overflight Exemptions Conditions Length of term Validation of Exemption On-board requirements Overflight schedule requirements Managing the Exemption Information can be amended at any time throughout the year Requires 30 days to renew Border Overflight Exemption Program:  Border Overflight Exemption Program Overflight Coordinators Regions Specific Requirements Single Border Overflight Exemptions Specific to a one-time operation All passengers and crew must be listed on exemption Border Overflight Exemption Program:  Border Overflight Exemption Program Centralization What is it? All exemptions will go through Newark instead of being submitted and processed through the different regional offices What happens when program is implemented? UNEdifact:  UNEdifact UNEdifact What is it? UNEdifact is a standard Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) message set approved for use by the United Nations/Electronic Data Interchange for Administration, Commerce and Trade (UN/EDIFACT) under the auspices of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UN/ECE). The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the Word Customs Organization (WCO) adopted the Passenger List (PAXLIST) message set for use by all scheduled air carriers for the transmission of passenger and crew data to border control authorities in the United States. APIS (UNEdifact format):  APIS (UNEdifact format) Advanced Passenger Information System What is it? APIS is an automated system capable of performing database queries on passengers and crewmembers prior to their arrival into or departure from the United States. How Does it work? The APIS data is checked against the combined federal law enforcement database, known as the Interagency Border Inspection System (IBIS). IBIS includes data from the databases of CBP and twenty-one other federal agencies. Names are also checked against the FBI's National Crime Information Center wanted persons database. MCL (Master Crew List) (UNEdifact format):  MCL (Master Crew List) (UNEdifact format) MCL (Master Crew List) What is it? Master Crew List, or MCL, is an Operators list of crew members and associated crew data on file with the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Operators conducting a Part 135 or Part 125 flight into or out of the United States are required to have all crew members on the flight listed on their MCL in advance. Visa Waiver Program:  Visa Waiver Program VWPP What is it? The Visa Waiver Pilot Program (VWPP) enables citizens of certain countries to travel to the United States for tourism or business for 90 days or less without obtaining a visa Only 27 countries participating at this time Andorra (MRP), Iceland, Norway, Australia, Ireland, Portugal, Austria, Italy, San Marino, Belgium (MRP), Japan, Singapore, Brunei (MRP), Liechtenstein (MRP), Slovenia (MRP), Denmark, Luxembourg, Spain, Finland, Monaco, Sweden, France, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Germany, New Zealand, United Kingdom Visa Waiver Program:  Visa Waiver Program Who Qualifies? Must be a citizen of one of the 27 participating countries Valid Passport Seeking entry for 90 days or less Corporation must have proof of Financial Solvency Must be in possession of completed I-94W form Must show proof of a Return Ticket Must Transmit APIS (New Rule under the US-Visit Program) Visa Waiver Program:  Visa Waiver Program Pros & Cons Without Agreement $195 fee charged on arrival, per passenger, by Immigrations $3,300 fine, per passenger, issued by National Fines Office to carrier With Agreement No fees or fines are charged I-94W cards are issued specific to your company and are completed prior to arrival No expiration – blanket agreement US-Visit Program:  US-Visit Program United States Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology What is it? US-VISIT requires that most foreign visitors traveling to the U.S. on a visa have their two index fingers scanned and a digital photograph taken to verify their identity at the port of Entry The US-VISIT program will enhance the security of U.S. citizens and visitors by verifying the identity of visitors with visas US-Visit Program:  US-Visit Program United States Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology Objective Collect, maintain, and share information, including biometric identifiers, through a dynamic system, on foreign nationals to determine whether the individual should be prohibited from entering the U.S.; can receive, extend, change, or adjust immigration status; has overstayed their visa; and/or needs special protection/attention Agriculture:  Agriculture Notification Process Information required by agents Availability of Facilities Airports with Facilities Airports without Facilities Decatering Notification and process Questions & Answers:  Questions & Answers

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