The RVSM Task Force (TF) was initially formed under the Informal Pacific Air Traffic Control Coordinating Group (IPACG), and the first meeting was held in Los Angeles on June 24-25, 1997, with representatives from Japan, the United States, airlines, and interested international organizations. The IPACG RVSM TF met again on January 14, 1998, in Honolulu. Subsequent to that meeting, the 12th meeting of the Informal South Pacific Air Traffic Services (ATS) Coordination Group (ISPACG/12) agreed that South Pacific ATS providers would join Japan and the United States to form a Pacific RVSM Task Force. The third meeting of the Pacific RVSM TF was held on July 15, 1998, in Tokyo.
At the ninth meeting of the Asia Pacific Air Navigation Planning and Implementation Regional Group, it was decided that an ICAO RVSM Implementation Task Force would be established to further the work that has been accomplished by the Pacific RVSM Task Force. The ICAO RVSM Implementation Task Force will have the following Terms of Reference:
The Task Force is made up of participants from Asia/Pacific States involved in RVSM implementation, or considering implementation of RVSM and international organizations.
|The Fourth Asia/Pacific Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM Seminar/4) was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, April 25-27, 2001. The agenda and presentations are in WinZip Format.|
FAA PARMO Web Site – The Asia/Pacific Air Navigation Planning and Implementation Regional Group (APANPIRG) has established a regional monitoring agency. This agency, the Pacific Approvals Registry and Monitoring Organization (PARMO), is located at the United States Federal Aviation Administration's William J. Hughes Technical Center.
RVSM Documentation – RVSM Aircraft and Operator Approval Documentation – Documents and guidance related to RVSM aircraft and operator approval.
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