SARG Policy: Policy for ATS Provision Within Controlled Airspace by Units not Notified as the Controlling Authority

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Reference:SARG Policy
Title:Policy for ATS Provision Within Controlled Airspace by Units not Notified as the Controlling Authority
Description:The purpose of this policy statement is to provide guidance regarding the approval of Air Traffic Services (ATS) Units (ATSUs) seeking to provide ATS within controlled airspace (CAS), where such units are not notified as the controlling authority for such airspace. This policy statement supersedes guidance issued on 12 September 2012 by the then Directorate of Airspace Policy in relation to Autonomous and Authorised Radar Units.
Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:2
Date:27 April 2016
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