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ARINC 424 or ARINC 424 Navigation System Data Base Standard is an international standard file format for aircraft navigation data maintained by Airlines Electronic Engineering Committee and published by Aeronautical Radio, Inc.. The ARINC 424 specifications are not a database, but a "standard for the preparation and transmission of data for assembly of airborne navigation system data bases".[1][2]

ARINC 424 specifies a 132-byte fixed-length record format. Each record consists of one piece of navigation information such as an airport, heliport, runway, waypoints, navaids, airways, arrival routes, and departure routes.[3]

ARINC 424 contains several sub-specifications for different data formats. New formats have been introduced as capabilities of equipment have increased and new classes of equipment (such as GPS) have been introduced. The sub-specifications are indicated by a format number. The three sub-specifications currently in use by the FAA are ARINC 424-13, ARINC 424-15, and ARINC 424-18.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Introduction". ARINC Specification 424-18: Navigation Systems Data Base (18 ed.). Aeronautical Radio, Inc. 2005-11-23 [1980-09-08]. p. 2. 
  2. ^ "ARINC Standards Document List". Retrieved 2008-08-08. 
  3. ^ "Evolution of Airborne Navigation Databases" (PDF). Federal Aviation Administration. Retrieved 2008-08-08. 

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7 news items

AviationPros.com

AviationPros.com
Wed, 18 Feb 2015 09:57:40 -0800

The new FMS will support operations with all procedural leg types in accordance with ARINC 424. This sophisticated capability allows flying the most complex procedures such as a heading to altitude, precision arc, procedure turn, holding pattern and ...
 
Aviation Today (subscription)
Tue, 25 Nov 2014 11:52:30 -0800

The UNS-1Lw FMS and LP/LPV monitor provides capability for point-to-point navigation as well as all ARINC 424 leg types, including Radio Frequency (RF), Standard Instrument Departures (SIDs), Standard Terminal Arrival Routes (STARs), holding patterns ...
 
AviationPros.com
Tue, 25 Nov 2014 07:15:56 -0800

The UNS-1Lw FMS and LP/LPV Monitor provides capability for point-to-point navigation as well as All ARINC 424 Leg types including RF, SIDs, STARs, holding patterns and instrument approaches. And the UNS-1Lw allows a seamless operation from take-off ...

MarineLink

MarineLink
Tue, 26 Aug 2014 07:15:00 -0700

The new 5.18 version of the EC 2007 software development kit (SDK) from SevenCs is available for both Windows and Linux applications, updated to now include support of Digital Terrain Elevation Data (DTED), ARINC 424 Aviation Charts and new ...
 
Aero-News Network
Mon, 07 Apr 2008 21:07:30 -0700

All 23 ARINC-424 leg types, including RNP radius-to-fix (RF) legs, are used without modification to create the same flight plans commercial airlines use. The guidance algorithms use these leg types to determine roll-steering commands to the autopilot ...
 
Авиатранспортное обозрение
Tue, 29 Jul 2014 22:48:45 -0700

В соответствии с планом мероприятий по переходу от существующей к новой структуре воздушного пространства Московской зоны ЕС ОрВД (далее – НСВП), утвержденного Минтрансом России, 19.03.2012 ФГУП "ГосНИИ Аэронавигации" была ...
 
CIOAge
Sun, 19 Dec 2010 19:27:42 -0800

其中国内导航数据通过统一的ARINC-424标准与国际导航数据进行了合并,并成功地读入到系统当中,解决了最大的数据问题,大大降低了手工维护国内导航数据产生的巨大工作量;在业务方面,业务部门成立了专门的小组对航班 ...
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