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AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION SERVICES
CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY OF MALAYSIA
NO. 27, PERSIARAN PERDANA
LEVEL 1-4, PODIUM BLOCK, PRECINCT 4,
62618 PUTRAJAYA
MALAYSIA

Tel: 6-03-8871 4000

Fax: 6-03-8881 0530

AFS: WMKKYAYS

Email: ais@caam.gov.my

URL: aip.caam.gov.my

AIP Supplement for Malaysia

AIRAC AIP SUP

01/2020

Effective from 26 MAR 2020

to PERM

Published on 16 JAN 2020

  KUALA LUMPUR FLIGHT INFORMATION REGION
IMPLEMENTATION OF AUTOMATIC DEPENDANT
SURVEILLANCE – BROADCAST (ADS-B) OUT SERVICE TRIALS

1  INTRODUCTION

1.1  This AIP Supplement is to notify the aviation industry of the implementation of Phase 1 (AIC 3/2017) ADS-B OUT Surveillance Air Traffic Service Trials of en-route ATS routes in Kuala Lumpur FIR, within portion of airspace bounded by coordinates from 071500N 0983000E to 100000N
0963000E to 100000N 0942500E to 060000N 0942500E to 060000N 0973000E and thence along a straight line to point 071500N 0983000E (See APPENDIX A - hatched area). It encompasses the ATS routes of N571, P628, L510, P627, L645 and P574, from FL 290 and above, with effect from 26 March 2020 0000UTC.

1.2  On 7 September 2017, Malaysia published AIC 03/2017 notifying aircraft operators of the State’s plan to introduce ADS-B services in four (4) stages within portions of the Kuala Lumpur FIR and Kota Kinabalu FIR for the purpose of aircraft operators’ planning in meeting the ADS-B equipage requirements.

1.3  Flights operating in the delineated airspace are to contact Lumpur Radar on 133.7MHz (primary frequency) or 133.55MHz (secondary frequency) or to log on to WMFC via CPDLC (if aircraft so equipped).

2  AIRCRAFT EQUIPAGE APPROVAL

2.1  In preparation of Phase 2 implementation, aircraft plan to operate within delineated airspace as above must carry serviceable ADS-B transmitting equipment by 25 March 2021.

2.2  All aircrafts that operates in Kuala Lumpur FIR and Kota Kinabalu FIR must carry serviceable ADS-B transmitting equipment by 25 March 2022, for Phase 3 implementation.

2.3  ADS-B transmitting equipment is defined as that has been certified as meeting:

  1. European Aviation Safety Agency - Certification Considerations for the Enhanced ATS in Non-Radar Areas using ADS-B Surveillance (ADS-B-NRA) Application via 1090MHz Extended Squitter (AMC 20-24); or

  2. European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) CS-ACNS (Subpart D - Surveillance - SUR); or

  3. Federal Aviation Administration - Advisory Circular No: 20-165A (or later versions) Airworthiness Approval of Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast (ADS-B) Out Systems; or

  4. The equipment configuration standards in Appendix XI of Civil Aviation Order 20.18 of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority of Australia.

2.4  Aircraft that does not comply with the requirements stipulated in paragraph 2.3 will not be accorded priority in the delineated airspace and flight level assignments will be on opportunity basis subjected to prevailing air traffic conditions.

2.5  If an aircraft carries ADS-B transmitting equipment but does not comply with the requirements stipulated in paragraph 2.3, the aircraft must not fly in the delineated airspace unless the equipment is deactivated or set to transmit only a value of zero for the Navigation Uncertainty Category (NUCp) or Navigation Integrity Category (NIC).

3  FLIGHT PLANNING REQUIREMENTS

3.1  An appropriate ADS-B designator shall be entered in item 10 of the ICAO flight plan:

  1. B1 ADS-B with dedicated 1090 MHz ADS-B “out “capability

  2. B2 ADS-B with dedicated 1090 MHz ADS-B “out “and “in” capability

3.2  The aircraft address (24 Bit Code) in hexadecimal format must be entered in item18 of ICAO flight plan as per the following example:

CODE/751234

3.3  The Aircraft Identification (ACID), not exceeding 7 characters must be accurately indicated in item 7 of ICAO flight plan and replicated exactly when set in the aircraft avionics for transmission as Flight ID as follows:

either

  1. The three–letter ICAO designator of the aircraft operator followed by flight identification number (e.g. MAS123, BAW123) when in radiotelephony the callsign used consists of the associated ICAO telephony designator for the aircraft operator followed by the flight number (e.g. MALAYSIAN ONE TWO THREE, SPEEDBIRD ONE TWO THREE)

    or

  2. The aircraft registration (e.g. 9MDCA, VHSBM) when the radiotelephony callsign consists of the aircraft registration.

Note: ACID entered should not have any leading zeros unless it is part of the flight number as indicated in Item 7 of the ICAO flight plan. Hyphens, dashes or spaces are NOT to be used.

4  IN FLIGHT CONTINGENCIES

4.1  If the pilot in command detects failure of on-board ADS-B equipment, he shall immediately inform ATC for appropriate clearances/instructions to ensure essential separation with other flights operating in the delineated airspace.

5  PHRASEOLOGIES

5.1  Aircraft operators and pilots are to note the following phraseologies when operating in the delineated airspace:

No.CircumstancesPhraseologies
1.To request the capability of the ADS-B equipment

a) ADVISE ADS-B CAPABILITY

b) ADS-B TRANSMITTER (data link)

c) ADS-B RECEIVER (data link)

d) NEGATIVE ADS-B

*Denotes pilot transmission

2.To request reselection of aircraft identificationRE-ENTER ADS-B AIRSPACE IDENTIFICATION
3.To request the operation of the IDENT featureTRANSMIT ADS-B IDENT
4.To request transmission of pressure-altitudeTRANSMIT ADS-B ALTITUDE
5.To request termination of transponder and / or ADS-B transmitter operation

a) STOP SQUAWK
[TRANSMIT ADS-B ONLY]

b) STOP ADS-B TRANSMISSION [SQUAWK (code) ONLY]

6.To request termination of pressure-altitude transmission because of faulty operationSTOP ADS-B ALTITUDE TRANSMISSION [WRONG INDICATION, or reason]
7.Confirmation of ADS-B operationsADS-B TRANSMISSION NOT RECEIVED, CONFIRM ADS-B OPERATIONAL
8.To inform an aircraft that its ADS-B transmitter appears to be inoperative or malfunctioningADS-B TRANSMITTER APPEARS TO BE INOPERATIVE / MALFUNCTION
9.ATS ADS-B surveillance system ground equipment unserviceabilityADS-B OUT OF SERVICE
(appropriate information as necessary)

6  CANCELLATION

6.1  This AIP Supplement will remain current until the information is published in AIP Malaysia.

6  - END -

Figure 1. ADS-B IMPLEMENTATION AIRSPACE
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