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Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority [OPEN/NEW]

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Welcome to the official website of the NCCAA (or NCAA). All on this site is copyright(c) to the Nanako Transport and Building Ministry




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Recent Regulations and Guidelines

  • 36-4D - Noise Standards: Aircraft Type and Airworthiness Certification (10/12/2017)
  • 65-34 - NCCAA-Approved Aircraft Dispatcher Certification Courses (10/11/2017)
  • 90-117 - Data Link Communications (10/3/2017)
  • 121-37A - Voluntary Disclosure Reporting Program - Hazardous Materials (9/29/2017)
    More on nccaa.gov.nk/regulations
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Welcome to the official website of the Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority. Find here all the information and current events on Nanako air traffic. If you are a civilian pilot, do not hesitate to log in to your personal space by logging in with your aircraft identification or phone number. If you are looking for information on procedures or flight legislation, we would ask you to visit: nccaa.gov.nk/regulations

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Enjoy your visit.
Fly safely!

Quick overview

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NCCAA logo

Formed :August 23, 1953
Jurisdiction : Nanako Government
Headquarters : 800 Hokkaido Avenue, Waterpoo
Annual budget : NP15.956 billion (FY2017)
Agency executives : Michael Petterson, Administrator
Iov Satlalinskov, Deputy Administrator
Parent agency : Minister of Transport and Building


The NCCAA was created in 1953 after the declaration of Nanako's independence to ensure air safety of Nanako's airspace in a 20th century of transportation changes. It showed its effectiveness in the early years by launching the construction of nearly a dozen airports across the country. This major project boosted the construction industry, employing hundreds of contractors. In 1970, Nanak airports were almost all built in the 1960s. A major modernization plan was undertaken by the government. Thanks to the help of French and Japanese engineers, the airports of Nanako can now accommodate the new masses of traveler's.

The geographical location of Nanako is such that air traffic is widely used. Each of the 24 islands in the archipelago has at least one airport used once a day (excluding overseas territories). Today, nearly 3,000 flights are taking place every day, linking the 341 airfields on the island. 63% of these flights are domestic flights and the remaining 37% are international flights. 40% of international flights come from neighboring countries such as South Korea, Japan, Russia or even China. Since 2000, nearly 51,000 flights have flown through Nanako airspace and since the creation of the NCCAA, there are about 73,365,000 aircraft that have been flown in the sky of Nanako. Even if the sky seems overcrowded and therefore with strong possibilities of accident, Nanako air safety is one of the most reliable in the world. The percentage of fatal accidents in the airspace of Nanako is 0.000013% whether 1 fatal accident all 73,300,000 flights. It is one of the most important security rates in the world. Since 2000, there have been 300 cases of incidents of 51,000 flights or 0.58% of non-fatal crashes

The NCCAA's roles include:

  • Regulating Nanako commercial airspace transportation
  • Regulating air navigation facilities' geometric and flight inspection standards
  • Encouraging and developing civil aeronautics, including new aviation technology
  • Issuing, suspending, or revoking pilot certificates
  • Regulating civil aviation to promote Transportation safety in the Nanako Islands, especially through local offices called Flight Standards District Offices
  • Developing and operating a system of air traffic control and navigation for both civil and military aircraft
  • Researching and developing the National Airspace System and civil aeronautics
  • Developing and carrying out programs to control aircraft noise and other environmental effects of civil aviation
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Legislations

Postby Nanako Island » Wed Oct 18, 2017 9:01 am

Legislations


Commercial Space Transportation Regulation :

If a Airline agrees with the NCCAA regulation terms, it accepts that the NCCAA Air Security Office (ASO) :
•Controls all its aircrafts every months
•Controls its pilots abilities every 5 years with a medical and skill exam
•Get access to all its passengers private informations if an investigation is made on the company
•Get access to all its flight plans informations if requested by the ASO or any ATC


Enabling Statute

The Commercial Space Launch Act of 1999, as amended and re-codified at 51 N.S.C. 50901 - 50923 (the Act), authorizes the Ministry of Transportation (MOT) and, through delegations, the Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Athority's (NCCAA) Office of Commercial Space Transportation (AST), to oversee, authorize, and regulate both launches and reentries of launch and reentry vehicles, and the operation of launch and reentry sites when carried out by Nanakian citizens or within the Nanakian airspace. The Act directs the NCCAA to exercise this responsibility consistent with public health and safety, safety of property, and the national security and foreign policy interests of the Nanako Island. The Act also directs the NCCAA to encourage, facilitate, and promote commercial space launches and reentries by the private sector, including those involving space flight participants.

Commercial Space Regulations

NCCAA commercial space transportation regulations are located in Chapter III, Parts 400 to 460, of Title 14 Code of Aviation Regulations (CAR). The regulations implement statutory requirements.
Amateur Rocket Activities are not regulated under 14 CAR Chapter III; they are regulated under 14 CAR Chapter I, by the NCCAA Air Traffic Organization.

Recently Published and Historical Rulemakings

The published rulemakings listed below include commercial space transportation proposed rules and final rules that have been published in the National Aviation Register. These rulemaking documents include preamble language that provides background information and justification relevant to current regulations.

Notice of Proposed Rulemakings

Reciprocal Waivers of Claims for Licensed or Permitted Launch and Reentry Activities NPRM (PDF)
Updates to Rulemaking and Waiver Procedures and Expansion of the Equivalent Level of Safety Option NPRM (PDF)
Changing the Collective Risk Limits for Launches and Reentries and Clarifying the Risk Limit Used to Establish Hazard Areas for Ships and Aircraft NPRM (PDF)
Search More NPRMs (NCCAA NPRM Database)

Final Rules

Exclusion of Tethered Launches From Licensing Requirements Final Rule (PDF)
Changing the Collective Risk Limits for Launches and Reentries and Clarifying the Risk Limit Used to Establish Hazard Areas for Ships and Aircraft Final Rule (PDF)
Reciprocal Waivers of Claims for Licensed or Permitted Launch and Reentry Activities Final Rule (PDF)
Search More Final Rules (NCCAA Final Rule Database)

Guidance Documents

Guidance documents provide information to aid understanding and compliance with specific NCCAA regulations. They include Advisory Circulars, guidelines, handbooks, and sample applications about commercial space transportation safety and other regulatory matters. Although not guidance per se, legal interpretations from the NCCAA's Office of the Chief Counsel address specific legal issues that have precedential effect.

Nanako Human Space Flight Safety Record Data (PDF)
Legal Interpretations (PDF)
Advisory Circular: Anomaly reporting and corrective action for a reusable suborbital rocket operating under an experimental permit (PDF)
Advisory Circular: Reusable launch and reentry vehicle system safety process (PDF)
Advisory Circular: Hazard analyses for the launch or reentry of a reusable suborbital rocket under an experimental permit (PDF)
License and Permit Application Guide for Applicants (PDF)
Safety Approval Guide for Applicants (PDF)
Calculation of Safety Clear Zones for Experimental Permits (PDF)
Guide to Probability of Failure Analysis for New Expendable Launch Vehicles (PDF)
Guide to the Identification of Safety-Critical Hardware Items for Reusable Launch Vehicle Developers (PDF)
Guide to Reusable Launch and Reentry Vehicle Software and computing system Safety (PDF)
Guidance on Informing Crew and Space Flight Participants of Risk (PDF)

Checklists

To help in the pre-application process, AST provides simple application checklists organizations may use when applying for a launch or reentry license, experimental permit, launch site operator license, or safety approval. These checklists are available to assist applicants in developing a comprehensive, compliant, and complete application for AST review and approval.

Part 413 License Application Procedures Checklist (MS Excel)
Part 414 Safety Approvals Checklist (MS Excel)
Part 415 Launch License (other than RLV) Checklist (MS Excel)
Part 417 Launch Safety (ELV) Checklist (MS Excel)
Part 420 License to Operate Launch Site Checklist (MS Excel)
Part 431 Launch and Reentry of RLV Checklist (MS Excel)
Part 433 License to Operate Reentry Site Checklist (MS Excel)
Part 435 Reentry of a Reentry Vehicle Other than RLV Checklist (MS Excel)
Part 437 Experimental Permits Checklist (MS Excel)
Part 440 Financial Responsibility Checklist (MS Excel)
Part 460 Human Space Flight Checklist (MS Excel)

Launch Site Safety Assessment updates

A Launch site safety assessment (LSSA) means an NCCAA assessment of a National launch range to determine if the range meets NCCAA safety regulations since they were first published in 2009. A difference between range practice and NCCAA regulations is documented in the LSSA. As some National launch range practices change over time, a record of these changes is tabulated and maintained in the "Launch Site Safety re-Assessment Matrix." The bundled package here is comprised of three documents: the introductory LSSA Overview and Update, the LSSA re-Assessment Matrix itself, with its identified changes in federal range practices, requirements and the NCCAA's summarized determinations, and lastly the NCCAA's Review of some of those identified changes for determinations of equivalent levels of safety.

Launch Site Safety Assessment Matrix (PDF)


Recent Advisory Circulars : (More on nccaa.gov.nk/regulations)





NumberOfficeTitleDate
36-4DAEE-100Noise Standards: Aircraft Type and Airworthiness Certification This advisory circular (AC) is intended to promote uniformity of implementation of part 36 of the noise certification requirements of the Nanako Code of Aviation Regulations (CAR) Title 14. It provides (1) guidance to certificating authorities and applicants regarding the intended meaning and stringency of the Standards in part 36 as amended through October 4, 2017 (Amendment 36-31), and (2) the specific procedures that are deemed acceptable in demonstrating compliance with those Standards.10-12-2017
65-34AFS-200NCCAA-Approved Aircraft Dispatcher Certification Courses This advisory circular (AC) provides standards and guidelines for obtaining approval and for operating Aircraft Dispatcher Certification Courses, which are approved by the NCCAA, in accordance with Title 14 of the Code of Aviation Regulations (14 CAR) part 65 subpart C. This AC also provides information that could be useful for individuals seeking NCCAD certification as an Aircraft Dispatcher. This AC provides an acceptable means of complying with the regulations; however, it is not the only means of compliance.10-11-2017
145-9AAFS-300Guide for Developing and Evaluating Repair Station and Quality Control Manuals This advisory circular (AC) provides informational material for all repair station certificate holders and/or applicants under Title 14 of the Code of Aviation Regulations (14 CAR) part 145 to develop and evaluate a Repair Station Manual (RSM) and Quality Control Manual (QCM). This AC describes an acceptable, but not the only means, to develop a manual and comply with the referenced regulations.10-06-2017
90-117AFS-400Data Link Communications :

This advisory circular (AC) applies to all pilots, certificate holders, operators, and/or program managers conducting data link communication operations and to those providing data communication services on behalf of operators to meet NCCAA and International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) requirements. The AC provides guidance for data link communications eligibility and compliance using Future Air Navigation Systems (FANS) 1/A(+) and Aeronautical Telecommunications Network (ATN). It defines performance concepts, data link systems, and data link services available within the National Airspace System (NAS) and international operations. This AC addresses Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Contract (ADS-C) and Controller-Pilot Data Link Communication (CPDLC). ADS-C provides a direct connection between the aircraft automation and ground automation, to exchange status information concerning the flight including automated pilot position reports. CPDLC provides efficient digital communication without frequency congestion or misunderstandings and misinterpretations common to voice communication. CPDLC – Departure Clearance (CPDLC-DCL) service provides automated DCLs with the capability to amend clearances prior to departure. Pre-Departure Clearances (PDC) and Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) are discussed as part of the overall data link services. Guidance is also provided for performance monitoring and problem reporting.
10-03-2017
121-37AAXH-1Voluntary Disclosure Reporting Program - Hazardous Materials :

This advisory circular (AC) provides guidance to holders ofcertificates under Ti tie 14 of the Code of Aviation Regulations (CAR) parts 119 and 125 and foreign air carriers issued operations specifications under 14 CAR part 129 (operators) who voluntarily disclose to the NCCAA their violation(s) of certain hazardous materials regulations (HMR) under this voluntary disclosure reporting program (VDRP). This also provides guidance on the new process used to submit hazmat-related voluntary disclosures, which is now closely aligned with the process used by the NCCAA's Flight Standards Service (AFS).
09-29-2017
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Airspace

Postby Nanako Island » Wed Oct 18, 2017 10:05 am

Airspace


Airspace map :

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Nanako National Commercial Airspace


International Commercial Airports List :







Airport NameAirport IATA codeAirport closest cityAirport AirspaceGround Freq.ATC freq.Approach Freq.Departure Freq.
Goodman International AirportGAXWaterpooGAXASCON120.12126.41125.81123.67
Hokuto International AirportHIAInabaHIAASCON133.78130.01139.81138.12
International Schoubikujiwa AirportISWSchoubikujiwa (a.k.a. Schoubi)ISWASCON140.21142.56144.71146.31
Tortimer Island InternationalTIIHerinasTIIASCON150.89156.71154.22159.88
R. Poole International AirportRPAMauleRPAASCON167.77166.61162.34163.45
Malbouzon Regional AirportMRAMalbouzonMRAXASCON112.12113.12114.78117.90
Saint Martin En Leu Regional AirportSMRSaint Martin en LeuSMRAASCON178.99186.21181.11187.19
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Airlines admitted to airspace

Postby Nanako Island » Wed Oct 18, 2017 10:16 am

Airlines admitted to airspace


General Aviation :


  • Pedro Latoupie : Cessna 172, AZFS12, Prima Municipal Airport (PMA)
  • Jean Edouard : Dassault Falcon 900, BP671T, Aéroport de Palerme (PAL)

Airlines banned of the airspace



None

Civil aircraft prohibited from flights



None
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Apply to the airspace

Postby Nanako Island » Wed Oct 18, 2017 10:36 am

Apply to the airspace



Application for an airline

Here you can apply to addmit one airline into the Nanako airspace. A flight route to an airport is needed.

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Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority, Commercial Form
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[size=150][u]Company Admission To The Airspace[/u][/size][/align]

[b]Nation Full Name :[/b]
[b]Airline Name :[/b]
[u]CEO :[/u]
[u]Spoken Languages :[/u]

[u]Types of aircrafts :[/u]
[b]Company Callsign[/b]

[b]Departure Airport(s) :[/b]
[b]IATA Code :[/b]
[b]Arrival Airport(s) :[/b]
[b]IATA Code :[/b]
[b]Frequency (Filghts per day) :[/b]
M []
Tu []
W []
Th []
F []
Sa []
Su []

[b]Is your country targeted by terrorist attacks?[/b]
[b]Does your country support terrorist groups?[/b]
[b]Comment?[/b]
[b]Do you agree with the NCCAA air regulations? (Y/N)[/b]

[b]Signature :[/b][/td][/tr][/Table][/Blocktext][/list]



Application for civilian aircraft

Here you can apply to add one of your personal aircraft to the Nanako General Aviation Registry

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Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority, Civilian Form
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[size=150][u]Aircraft Registration[/u][/size][/align]

[b]Nationality :[/b]
[b]Frist name :[/b]
[u]Name :[/u]
[u]Date of pilotage certificate :[/u]
[b]Type of pilotage certificate (Aircraft size) :[/b]
[u]Type of aircraft (one aircraft only) :[/u]
[b]Callsign[/b]
[b]Spoken languages :[/b]

[b]Home Airport :[/b]
[b]IATA Code :[/b]

[b]Comment?[/b]
[b]Do you agree with the NCCAA air regulations? (Y/N)[/b]

[b]Signature :[/b][/td][/tr][/Table][/Blocktext][/list]
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Postby Nanako Island » Wed Oct 18, 2017 10:40 am

OPEN FOR BUISSNES :)
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Postby Arthropol » Wed Oct 18, 2017 12:47 pm

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    Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority, Commercial Form


    Company Admission To The Airspace


    Nation Full Name : Kingdom of Arthropol
    Airline Name : Arthropol Airlines, viewtopic.php?f=6&t=419746
    CEO : Alain Peltier
    Spoken Languages : French

    Types of aircrafts : We will be flying an A350-900ULR to your airport
    Company Callsign ARTHROPOL

    Departure Airport(s) : Arthropol City International
    IATA Code : ARM
    Arrival Airport(s) : Goodman International Airport
    IATA Code : GAX
    Frequency (Filghts per day) :
    M [1]
    Tu [1]
    W [1]
    Th [1]
    F [1]
    Sa [1]
    Su [1]

    Is your country targeted by terrorist attacks? Yes
    Does your country support terrorist groups? No
    Comment?
    Do you agree with the NCCAA air regulations? (Y/N) Yes

    Signature : Alain Peltier
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Postby Nanako Island » Wed Oct 18, 2017 11:28 pm

Arthropol wrote:
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    Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority, Commercial Form


    Company Admission To The Airspace


    Nation Full Name : Kingdom of Arthropol
    Airline Name : Arthropol Airlines, viewtopic.php?f=6&t=419746
    CEO : Alain Peltier
    Spoken Languages : French

    Types of aircrafts : We will be flying an A350-900ULR to your airport
    Company Callsign ARTHROPOL

    Departure Airport(s) : Arthropol City International
    IATA Code : ARM
    Arrival Airport(s) : Goodman International Airport
    IATA Code : GAX
    Frequency (Filghts per day) :
    M [1]
    Tu [1]
    W [1]
    Th [1]
    F [1]
    Sa [1]
    Su [1]

    Is your country targeted by terrorist attacks? Yes
    Does your country support terrorist groups? No
    Comment?
    Do you agree with the NCCAA air regulations? (Y/N) Yes

    Signature : Alain Peltier

To : Alain Peltier
From : NCCAA Commercial Airlines Regulation Bureau


The NCCAA CARB comitee looked at your request and your general economic, social and security situations. By agreeing with the NCCAA regulation terms, you accept that the NCCAA Air Security Office (ASO) :
  • Controls all your aircrafts every months
  • Controls your pilots abilities every 5 years with a medical and skill exam
  • Get access to all your passengers private informations if an investigation is made on your company
  • Get access to all your flight plans informations if requested by the ASO or any ATC
You have applied by agreeing with thoses terms.


So, the NCCAA CARB Application Comitee is happy to announce you that your application is :

Approved

Your airline is admitted to the airspace, with the knowed flight plan :
GAX <> ARM
Be aware that as your home county is targeted by terrorist attacks, the aircraft, crew and border controls will be stronger and made more frequently.
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Postby Atys Island » Sun Oct 22, 2017 3:01 am

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    Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority, Civilian Form


    Aircraft Registration


    Nationality : Atysian
    Frist name : Pedro
    Name : Latoupie
    Date of pilotage certificate : 1997
    Type of pilotage certificate (Aircraft size) : CAT1 & CAT2
    Type of aircraft (one aircraft only) : Cessna 172
    Callsign AZFS12 (Alpha Zulu Foxtrot Sierra 1 2)
    Spoken languages : English

    Home Airport : Prima Municipal Airport
    IATA Code : PMA

    Comment? NONE
    Do you agree with the NCCAA air regulations? (Y/N) Yes

    Signature :

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Postby Atys Island » Sun Oct 22, 2017 3:09 am

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    Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority, Commercial Form


    Company Admission To The Airspace


    Nation Full Name : The Republic of Atys Island
    Airline Name : ArcticAir
    CEO : Handersen Wanserhaan
    Spoken Languages : English, French

    Types of aircrafts : B737, B747, A360
    Company Callsign Arctic (ARR)

    Departure Airport(s) : Alenda International Airport
    IATA Code : AIX
    Arrival Airport(s) : Goodman International Airp., Hokuto International Airport
    IATA Code : GAX, HIA
    Frequency (Filghts per day) : HIA and GAX
    M [2]
    Tu [2]
    W [2]
    Th [1]
    F [1]
    Sa [3]
    Su [2]

    Is your country targeted by terrorist attacks? No
    Does your country support terrorist groups? No
    Comment? No
    Do you agree with the NCCAA air regulations? (Y/N) Yes

    Signature :Handersen Wanserhaan

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Postby The Dreamliners » Sun Oct 22, 2017 4:19 pm

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Northern Airways
4955 Tempest Ave, St. Joseph, The Dreamliners
www.NorthernAir.com



To: Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority
From: Joseph Bugaj, President and CEO, Northern Airways

Good evening, to whomever it may concern,

I am sending this on the grounds of starting service from The Dreamliners to Nanako Island. Since we already fly services into Goodman International Airport and Hokuto International Airport, we would like to extend services to the other three international airports in your nation. We have filled out an application for the routes from our two hubs and we look forward to establishing service. Any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact me via telegram.

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    Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority, Commercial Form


    Company Admission To The Airspace


    Nation Full Name : The Democratic States of The Dreamliners
    Airline Name : Northern Airways
    CEO : Joseph Bugaj
    Spoken Languages : Various (Commonly used: English, Polish, and Russian)

    Types of aircrafts : Boeing 777-200LR, Boeing 747-400, Boeing 787-8
    Company Callsign Northern

    Departure Airport(s) : Paradise Gate International Airport, Dreamliner International Airport
    IATA Code : PGI, DLI,
    Arrival Airport(s) : International Schoubikujiwa Airport, Tortimer Island International, R. Poole International Airport
    IATA Code : ISW, TII, RPA
    Frequency (Filghts per day) : (flights are per destination)
    M [2]
    Tu [2]
    W [4]
    Th [2]
    F [2]
    Sa [4]
    Su [4]

    Is your country targeted by terrorist attacks? No
    Does your country support terrorist groups? No
    Comment? N/A
    Do you agree with the NCCAA air regulations? (Y/N) Yes

    Signature : Joseph Bugaj


We look forward to providing the best service to our passengers.

Sincerely,
Joseph Bugaj, President and CEO of Northern Airways

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Postby Nanako Island » Mon Oct 23, 2017 2:29 am

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Northern Airways
4955 Tempest Ave, St. Joseph, The Dreamliners
www.NorthernAir.com



To: Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority
From: Joseph Bugaj, President and CEO, Northern Airways

Good evening, to whomever it may concern,

I am sending this on the grounds of starting service from The Dreamliners to Nanako Island. Since we already fly services into Goodman International Airport and Hokuto International Airport, we would like to extend services to the other three international airports in your nation. We have filled out an application for the routes from our two hubs and we look forward to establishing service. Any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact me via telegram.

    (Image)
    Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority, Commercial Form


    Company Admission To The Airspace


    Nation Full Name : The Democratic States of The Dreamliners
    Airline Name : Northern Airways
    CEO : Joseph Bugaj
    Spoken Languages : Various (Commonly used: English, Polish, and Russian)

    Types of aircrafts : Boeing 777-200LR, Boeing 747-400, Boeing 787-8
    Company Callsign Northern

    Departure Airport(s) : Paradise Gate International Airport, Dreamliner International Airport
    IATA Code : PGI, DLI,
    Arrival Airport(s) : International Schoubikujiwa Airport, Tortimer Island International, R. Poole International Airport
    IATA Code : ISW, TII, RPA
    Frequency (Filghts per day) : (flights are per destination)
    M [2]
    Tu [2]
    W [4]
    Th [2]
    F [2]
    Sa [4]
    Su [4]

    Is your country targeted by terrorist attacks? No
    Does your country support terrorist groups? No
    Comment? N/A
    Do you agree with the NCCAA air regulations? (Y/N) Yes

    Signature : Joseph Bugaj


We look forward to providing the best service to our passengers.

Sincerely,
Joseph Bugaj, President and CEO of Northern Airways


To : Joseph Bugaj
From : NCCAA Commercial Airlines Regulation Bureau


The NCCAA CARB comitee looked at your request and your general economic, social and security situations. By agreeing with the NCCAA regulation terms, you accept that the NCCAA Air Security Office (ASO) :
  • Controls all your aircrafts every months
  • Controls your pilots abilities every 5 years with a medical and skill exam
  • Get access to all your passengers private informations if an investigation is made on your company
  • Get access to all your flight plans informations if requested by the ASO or any ATC
You have applied by agreeing with thoses terms.


So, the NCCAA CARB Application Comitee is happy to announce you that your application is :

Approved

Your airline is admitted to the airspace, with the knowed flight plan :
ISW, TII, RPA <> PGI, DLI
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Postby Nanako Island » Mon Oct 23, 2017 2:39 am

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    Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority, Civilian Form


    Aircraft Registration


    Nationality : Atysian
    Frist name : Pedro
    Name : Latoupie
    Date of pilotage certificate : 1997
    Type of pilotage certificate (Aircraft size) : CAT1 & CAT2
    Type of aircraft (one aircraft only) : Cessna 172
    Callsign AZFS12 (Alpha Zulu Foxtrot Sierra 1 2)
    Spoken languages : English

    Home Airport : Prima Municipal Airport
    IATA Code : PMA

    Comment? NONE
    Do you agree with the NCCAA air regulations? (Y/N) Yes

    Signature :


To : Pedro Latoupie
From : NCCAA General Aviation Regulation Bureau


The NCCAA GARB comitee looked at your request and your general economic, social and security situations. By agreeing with the NCCAA regulation terms, you accept that the NCCAA Air Security Office (ASO) :
  • Controls all your aircrafts every 2 years
  • Controls your piloting abilities every 5 years with a medical and skill exam
  • Get access to all your flight plans informations if requested by the ASO or any ATC
You have applied by agreeing with thoses terms.


So, the NCCAA GARB Application Comitee is happy to announce you that your application is :

Approved


Atys Island wrote:
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    Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority, Commercial Form


    Company Admission To The Airspace


    Nation Full Name : The Republic of Atys Island
    Airline Name : ArcticAir
    CEO : Handersen Wanserhaan
    Spoken Languages : English, French

    Types of aircrafts : B737, B747, A360
    Company Callsign Arctic (ARR)

    Departure Airport(s) : Alenda International Airport
    IATA Code : AIX
    Arrival Airport(s) : Goodman International Airp., Hokuto International Airport
    IATA Code : GAX, HIA
    Frequency (Filghts per day) : HIA and GAX
    M [2]
    Tu [2]
    W [2]
    Th [1]
    F [1]
    Sa [3]
    Su [2]

    Is your country targeted by terrorist attacks? No
    Does your country support terrorist groups? No
    Comment? No
    Do you agree with the NCCAA air regulations? (Y/N) Yes

    Signature :Handersen Wanserhaan


To : Handersen Wanserhaan
From : NCCAA Commercial Airlines Regulation Bureau


The NCCAA CARB comitee looked at your request and your general economic, social and security situations. By agreeing with the NCCAA regulation terms, you accept that the NCCAA Air Security Office (ASO) :
  • Controls all your aircrafts every months
  • Controls your pilots abilities every 5 years with a medical and skill exam
  • Get access to all your passengers private informations if an investigation is made on your company
  • Get access to all your flight plans informations if requested by the ASO or any ATC
You have applied by agreeing with thoses terms.


So, the NCCAA CARB Application Comitee is happy to announce you that your application is :

Approved

Your airline is admitted to the airspace, with the knowed flight plan :
GAX, HIA <> AIX
Republic of Nanako
Commonwealth of Nations

Proud UNoE member

Embassy Programme | Nanako Airlines | Airport Directory | NADS | MTA | Pacific Harbour

Visit Nanako, a diverse, multicultural, boreal island of Japanese tradition filled with impressive mountains, fjords and forests, cities, history, and good gastronomy
9.84/10 Democracy Score according to this index

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San Misa
Civil Servant
 
Posts: 7
Founded: Oct 25, 2017
Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby San Misa » Thu Oct 26, 2017 6:04 pm

    Image
    Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority, Civilian Form


    Aircraft Registration


    Nationality :(San) Misan
    Frist name : Jean
    Name : Edouard
    Date of pilotage certificate : 2002
    Type of pilotage certificate (Aircraft size) : CAT 4
    Type of aircraft (one aircraft only) : Dassault Falcon 900
    Callsign BP671T
    Spoken languages : English, French, Italian, Corsican

    Home Airport : Aéroport de Palerme
    IATA Code : PAL

    Comment? Private jet of a rich San Misan businessman
    Do you agree with the NCCAA air regulations? (Y/N)
    Yes

    Signature : Jean Edouard

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Nanako Island
Envoy
 
Posts: 264
Founded: Aug 19, 2016
New York Times Democracy

Postby Nanako Island » Sun Oct 29, 2017 9:15 am

San Misa wrote:
    (Image)
    Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority, Civilian Form


    Aircraft Registration


    Nationality :(San) Misan
    Frist name : Jean
    Name : Edouard
    Date of pilotage certificate : 2002
    Type of pilotage certificate (Aircraft size) : CAT 4
    Type of aircraft (one aircraft only) : Dassault Falcon 900
    Callsign BP671T
    Spoken languages : English, French, Italian, Corsican

    Home Airport : Aéroport de Palerme
    IATA Code : PAL

    Comment? Private jet of a rich San Misan businessman
    Do you agree with the NCCAA air regulations? (Y/N)
    Yes

    Signature : Jean Edouard


To : Jean Edouard
From : NCCAA General Aviation Regulation Bureau


The NCCAA GARB comitee looked at your request and your general economic, social and security situations. By agreeing with the NCCAA regulation terms, you accept that the NCCAA Air Security Office (ASO) :
  • Controls all your aircrafts every 2 years
  • Controls your piloting abilities every 5 years with a medical and skill exam
  • Get access to all your flight plans informations if requested by the ASO or any ATC
You have applied by agreeing with thoses terms.


So, the NCCAA GARB Application Comitee is happy to announce you that your application is :

Approved
Republic of Nanako
Commonwealth of Nations

Proud UNoE member

Embassy Programme | Nanako Airlines | Airport Directory | NADS | MTA | Pacific Harbour

Visit Nanako, a diverse, multicultural, boreal island of Japanese tradition filled with impressive mountains, fjords and forests, cities, history, and good gastronomy
9.84/10 Democracy Score according to this index

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Ebengar
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Posts: 47
Founded: Mar 24, 2017
Liberal Democratic Socialists

Postby Ebengar » Sun Oct 29, 2017 9:27 am

    Image
    Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority, Commercial Form


    Company Admission To The Airspace


    Nation Full Name : The People's Union of Ebengar
    Airline Name : EbenAir
    Federal Air Organization Head : Ezaidia Goshodu
    Spoken Languages : English/Hindi/Indonesian

    Types of aircrafts : A77 ElectroJet, A84 ElectroJet
    Company Callsign EBPU3

    Departure Airport(s) : Kualanamu International Airport, Goa International Airport
    IATA Code : KNO, GOI
    Arrival Airport(s) : Goodman International Airport, Tortimer Island International Airport
    IATA Code : GAX, TII
    Frequency (Filghts per day) : 1, 1
    M []
    Tu []
    W [x] (Kualanamu)
    Th []
    F [x] (Goa)
    Sa []
    Su []

    Is your country targeted by terrorist attacks? Occasionally
    Does your country support terrorist groups? No
    Comment? Nah...
    Do you agree with the NCCAA air regulations? (Y)

    Signature : Ezaidia Goshodu
Support-Democratic Socialism, Kosovo, Cascadia, Israel, Green Energy, Abortion, LGBT rights, etc.

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Nanako Island
Envoy
 
Posts: 264
Founded: Aug 19, 2016
New York Times Democracy

Postby Nanako Island » Sun Oct 29, 2017 10:23 am

Ebengar wrote:
    (Image)
    Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority, Commercial Form


    Company Admission To The Airspace


    Nation Full Name : The People's Union of Ebengar
    Airline Name : EbenAir
    Federal Air Organization Head : Ezaidia Goshodu
    Spoken Languages : English/Hindi/Indonesian

    Types of aircrafts : A77 ElectroJet, A84 ElectroJet
    Company Callsign EBPU3

    Departure Airport(s) : Kualanamu International Airport, Goa International Airport
    IATA Code : KNO, GOI
    Arrival Airport(s) : Goodman International Airport, Tortimer Island International Airport
    IATA Code : GAX, TII
    Frequency (Filghts per day) : 1, 1
    M []
    Tu []
    W [x] (Kualanamu)
    Th []
    F [x] (Goa)
    Sa []
    Su []

    Is your country targeted by terrorist attacks? Occasionally
    Does your country support terrorist groups? No
    Comment? Nah...
    Do you agree with the NCCAA air regulations? (Y)

    Signature : Ezaidia Goshodu


To : Ezaidia Goshodu
From : NCCAA Commercial Airlines Regulation Bureau


The NCCAA CARB comitee looked at your request and your general economic, social and security situations. By agreeing with the NCCAA regulation terms, you accept that the NCCAA Air Security Office (ASO) :
  • Controls all your aircrafts every months
  • Controls your pilots abilities every 5 years with a medical and skill exam
  • Get access to all your passengers private informations if an investigation is made on your company
  • Get access to all your flight plans informations if requested by the ASO or any ATC
You have applied by agreeing with thoses terms.


So, the NCCAA CARB Application Comitee is happy to announce you that your application is :

Approved

Your airline is admitted to the airspace, with the knowed flight plan :
GAX, TII <> KNO, GOI
Be aware that as your home county is targeted by terrorist attacks, the aircraft, crew and border controls will be stronger and made more frequently
Republic of Nanako
Commonwealth of Nations

Proud UNoE member

Embassy Programme | Nanako Airlines | Airport Directory | NADS | MTA | Pacific Harbour

Visit Nanako, a diverse, multicultural, boreal island of Japanese tradition filled with impressive mountains, fjords and forests, cities, history, and good gastronomy
9.84/10 Democracy Score according to this index

User avatar
San Misa
Civil Servant
 
Posts: 7
Founded: Oct 25, 2017
Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby San Misa » Mon Jun 18, 2018 4:44 pm

    Image
    Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority, Commercial Form


    Company Admission To The Airspace


    Nation Full Name :The Principality of San Misa
    Airline Name :Air Palermo
    CEO :Pierre Santonin
    Spoken Languages :French

    Types of aircrafts :Airbus (all types execpt A380s)
    Company CallsignPALERMO

    Departure Airport(s) : Palermo International
    IATA Code : PAL
    Arrival Airport(s) : Hokuto International Airport
    IATA Code : HIA
    Frequency (Filghts per day) :
    M [X]
    Tu [X]
    W [X]
    Th [X]
    F [X]
    Sa [X]
    Su []

    Is your country targeted by terrorist attacks? No
    Does your country support terrorist groups? No
    Comment? No
    Do you agree with the NCCAA air regulations? (Y)

    Signature : Pierre Santonin

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Nanako Island
Envoy
 
Posts: 264
Founded: Aug 19, 2016
New York Times Democracy

Postby Nanako Island » Mon Jun 18, 2018 5:06 pm

San Misa wrote:
    (Image)
    Nanako Commercial & Civilian Aviation Authority, Commercial Form


    Company Admission To The Airspace


    Nation Full Name :The Principality of San Misa
    Airline Name :Air Palermo
    CEO :Pierre Santonin
    Spoken Languages :French

    Types of aircrafts :Airbus (all types execpt A380s)
    Company CallsignPALERMO

    Departure Airport(s) : Palermo International
    IATA Code : PAL
    Arrival Airport(s) : Hokuto International Airport
    IATA Code : HIA
    Frequency (Filghts per day) :
    M [X]
    Tu [X]
    W [X]
    Th [X]
    F [X]
    Sa [X]
    Su []

    Is your country targeted by terrorist attacks? No
    Does your country support terrorist groups? No
    Comment? No
    Do you agree with the NCCAA air regulations? (Y)

    Signature : Pierre Santonin

To : Pierre Santonin
From : NCCAA Commercial Airlines Regulation Bureau


The NCCAA CARB comitee looked at your request and your general economic, social and security situations. By agreeing with the NCCAA regulation terms, you accept that the NCCAA Air Security Office (ASO) :
  • Controls all your aircrafts every months
  • Controls your pilots abilities every 5 years with a medical and skill exam
  • Get access to all your passengers private informations if an investigation is made on your company
  • Get access to all your flight plans informations if requested by the ASO or any ATC
You have applied by agreeing with thoses terms.


So, the NCCAA CARB Application Comitee is happy to announce you that your application is :

Approved

Your airline is admitted to the airspace, with the knowed flight plan :
PAL <> HIA
Be aware that as your home county is targeted by terrorist attacks, the aircraft, crew and border controls will be stronger and made more frequently.
Republic of Nanako
Commonwealth of Nations

Proud UNoE member

Embassy Programme | Nanako Airlines | Airport Directory | NADS | MTA | Pacific Harbour

Visit Nanako, a diverse, multicultural, boreal island of Japanese tradition filled with impressive mountains, fjords and forests, cities, history, and good gastronomy
9.84/10 Democracy Score according to this index


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