Obviously many operators are restricted from attending our live Scott International Procedures IPC classes. So, this means our Online IPC is pretty popular right now. The networks across the COVID-19 infected areas are causing some challenges.

Our content delivery network and streaming servers are located around the globe.  Scott IPC is monitoring and optimizing servers to ensure there are no connection or server impacts for our customers.

  • California is being stressed with the self quarantine order and people telecommuting. Tonight (17 Mar 2020) We will increase the available bandwidth for servers in California to compensate.
  • Hong Kong stabilized this afternoon, streaming has resumed from the Hong Kong servers.
  • Singapore is showing the occasional hiccup - but it remains mostly up.
  • Sydney is showing some stress as well, but remains mostly up.
  • Everywhere else seems to be running well.

We will continue to monitor the performance of our servers and we ask our customers to please report any issues you may encounter.

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Beginning 5 February 2020, a new data link requirement goes into effect in the Single European Sky airspace. This new mandate requires aircraft to be equipped with CPDLC ATN-VDL Mode 2 (Aeronautical Telecommunications Network Very High Frequency Data Link Mode 2).

 

Read more: New European CPDLC Mandate .. and the exemptions

We have told you in the past about the escalation of ramp inspections in Mexico over the past year. There have been several interesting developments over the past few months that have made this topic go from a nuisance to a full-blown operational concern going forward.

The following has been published by Manny Aviation, an established ground handler in Mexico.

“Civil Aviation Authority in Mexico (fka DGAC) has changed its name to AFAC (Civil Aviation Federal Agency) as of October 16th. As part of its change, part of broader overhaul authorities are undergoing, some departments within the agency have changed the way they operate and some procedures are being modified.

Unfortunately, it is yet too soon to brief you accurately on specific changes. Moreover, some changes might be overturned in the end due to its lack of practical application. What we can share with you so far is the following:

Read more: Mexico Inspections Go Nuclear on International Aircraft

In a continuous effort to mitigate the risk of traffic conflict caused by non-normal events (i.e. aircraft navigation errors, height deviation errors and turbulence induced altitude-keeping errors), arrives an amendment to SLOP within the release of NAT Doc 007 v.2019-3.  With the density of traffic only increasing in the NAT, provisions needed to be made that would further reduce the risk of conflict when leaving an assigned track.

Read more: Strategic Lateral Offset Procedure changes with Nat Doc 007 v.2019-3

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