A direct flight (DCT) between two significant points, outside the existing route network.
A type of traffic flow condition element which consist of crossing the common border between two adjacent airspace, when flying directly from one airspace into the other airspace.
A category of direct flights (DCT), having some particular characteristics, such as a minimum length.
A direct flight (DCT) between two specified significant points.
Circumstance related to the elementary condition (such as departing from an aerodrome), which is used to further refine the selection of flights being affected by the restriction.
A combination of conditions involving: 1) an operator such as \"AND\", \"OR\", \"AND NOT\", \"SEQUENCE\", \"NONE\" and 2) one or more operands, each of these being either a condition element or another combination of conditions.
An operand in a flight condition combination.
A single level or a level band associated with a flight restriction, either condition or routing element.
A sequence of routing elements (points, route portions or airspace) that must/must not appear in the specified order in the flight plan of an aircraft fulfilling the conditions of the related Flight Restriction (according to its type attribute).
A rule meant to regulate the use of the route network, by identifying a set of flights which fulfil a combination of elementary flow conditions and either forbidding them on a particular routing or obliging them to follow one routing out of a set of mandatory alternatives.
An airspace, route or point that is concerned by a specified flight restriction.
This package provides the classes that correspond to AIXM 5.1 flightrestriction types.