Notes to aid completion of forms F1, F2 and F3

  1. It is important that the Australian Airspace Monitoring Agency (AAMA) has an accurate record of a point of contact for any queries that might arise. Recipients are therefore requested to include a completed AAMA F1 with their first reply to the AAMA. Thereafter, there is no further requirement unless there has been a change to the information requested on the form.
  2. AAMA F2 must be forwarded to the AAMA by the State Authority (Regulator). The information may not be accepted if it is received from an operator, air navigation service provider (ANSP), or any other entity.
  3. The numbers below refer to the question numbers on the AAMA F2 and F3 forms.
    1. Enter your own name or the name of your agency.
    2. Enter your email so that the AAMA is able to contact you if further information is required.
    3. Choose the 1 or 2 letter ICAO identifier as contained in ICAO Doc 7910, Index to Nationality Letters for Location Indicators. In the case of their being more than one identifier designated for the State, use the identifier that appears first.
    4. Enter the full name of the operator.
    5. Enter the operator’s 3 letter ICAO identifier as contained in ICAO Doc 8585. For International General Aviation, enter “IGA”. For military aircraft, enter “MIL”. If none, place an X in this field.
    6. Choose the 1 or 2 letter ICAO identifier as contained in ICAO Doc 7910, Index to Nationality Letters for Location Indicators. In the case of their being more than one identifier designated for the State, use the identifier that appears first.
    7. Enter the ICAO designator as contained in ICAO Doc 8643, e.g., for Airbus A320-211, enter A320; for Boeing B747-438 enter B744.
    8. Enter series of aircraft type or manufacturer’s customer designation, e.g., for Airbus A320-211, enter 211; for Boeing B747-438, enter 400 or 438.
    9. Enter the manufacturer’s serial number for the airframe.
    10. Enter the registration without special characters such as "-".
    11. Enter ICAO allocated Aircraft Mode S address code.
    12. Enter yes or no.
  4. Enter dates in YYYY-mm-dd format. For example, for 31 December 2021, enter "2021-12-31".
  5. AAMA F2 has been updated to include additional fields for RSP 180 and RCP 240 capability. For Australian aircraft, these should be checked yes or no depending on whether or not the aircraft has met the requirements of CASA Instrument 30/21, or may be left blank.

CASA Instrument 30/21