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RVSM Approvals and AGHME Monitoring Status Results

RVSM Approvals and Monitoring

RVSM airspace is any airspace or route between flight level (FL) 290 and FL 410 inclusive where aircraft are separated vertically by 1,000 feet. Updated information material for operators, pilots, certificate holders, and/or program managers conducting RVSM operations under the provisions of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) part 91, can be found in Advisory Circular 91-85B: Authorization of Aircraft and Operators for Flight in Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM) Airspace.

RVSM Status Reports

The NAARMO maintains a database of the RVSM airworthiness, operational approval, and height monitoring status for commercial and general aviation operators in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Approval and Monitoring Reports:

  • US Commercial Operators with RVSM Approval under Part 121: (10/4/2021): PDF, MS Excel
  • US IGA Operators with RVSM Approval under Part 135 or Part 91 Section 3: (10/4/21): PDF, MS Excel
  • US IGA Operators with Domestic RVSM Authorization under Part 91 Section 9 (ADS-B): (10/4/2021): PDF, MS Excel
  • Operators with RVSM Approval reported by Canada (9/21/2021): PDF, MS Excel
  • Operators with RVSM Approval reported by Mexico: (9/21/2021): PDF, MS Excel

Report Notes: Approval Status: TRUE means that NAARMO has complete records that you have met the conditions of approval. FALSE indicates a problem with your approval documentation, or an outdated height monitoring. The Altimetry System Error (ASE) compliance of an airframe is determined by using multiple ASE samples and evaluation of composite performance.

Contact the NAARMO Coordinator to report errors and omissions.

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