Section 2. Sector Information Binders
6-2-1. EN ROUTE
CONTROLLER TEAM CONCEPT
are no absolute divisions of responsibilities regarding position
operations. The tasks to be completed remain the same whether one,
two, or three people are working positions within a facility/sector.
The team, as a whole, has the responsibility for the safe and
efficient operation of that facility/sector.
intent of the team concept is not to hold the team accountable for the
action of individual members in the event of an operational
6-2-2. EN ROUTE
SECTOR INFORMATION BINDER
The en route
sector information outline is to be used for guidance in developing
facility sector binders for each sector of operation. The pertinent
items in subpara a thru subpara e below must be incorporated into each
sector binder. The format of the binder must be determined by the air
traffic manager and must contain all information necessary for the
safe and efficient operation of each sector. A sector specific binder
is required for each operational sector and is to be in a location
easily accessible by each position/sector.
Narrative: General description of normal traffic flows and adjacent
sector/facility coordination and potential trouble spots.
of Approach Control airspace.
Which sector assumes responsibility when combined or which sector
assumes responsibility for approach control airspace.
and back-up frequency remote communications air-ground facility (RCAG).
emergency communication (BUEC) operation priorities.
of emergency frequencies and RCAG.
Use frequencies and RCAG.
access (IA) dial codes.
Description (map, video map, and/or narrative).
unique sector equipment configurations.
or LOA procedures applicable to that sector.
of limited radio/radar coverage.
handoff/point out procedures if different from requirements of FAAO JO
7110.65, Air Traffic Control, Chapter 5, Section 4, Transfer of Radar
of control points other than airspace boundaries.
arrival routes and restrictions for airports within facility/sector
used sector holding fixes to include published/unpublished hold,
allowable altitudes, maximum speed, maximum length, direction of turn,
direction from fix, and if applicable, published procedures involved.
strip or flight data requirements of sector.
jump areas in Class A airspace within area of jurisdiction.
13. Special routes for dangerous cargo or
inert devices flights in area of jurisdiction.
activities to be avoided by special interest flights.
Military Training Routes (IR) in area of jurisdiction.
refueling routes, including air refueling initial point (ARIP), air
refueling control point (ARCP), and egress fix(es).
use and ATC assigned airspace within area of jurisdiction.
and back-up printers.
methods for relaying/requesting information.
that requires expeditious handling including, flight plan data,
weather information, traffic management messages, and miscellaneous
flight progress strips to be posted and the location to place them.
to obtain weather information.
and data required for display in SIAs.