About the program
What is AIM?
ICAO defines Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) as the dynamic, integrated management of aeronautical information services through the provision and exchange of quality-assured digital aeronautical data, in collaboration with all parties.
In November 2018, Doc 10066 – Procedures for Air Navigation Services (PANS) Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) had become applicable to the Aeronautical Information Services (AIS) which detailed the requirements for the collection, management and provision of aeronautical data and aeronautical information in support of the transition from product-based AIS to data-centric AIM.
With the focus towards data centric environment and to meet the requirements of ICAO Annex 4 Aeronautical Charts and Annex 15 Aeronautical Information Services, Airservices AIS is working collaboratively with industry to further improve the quality of the Products and Services.
Aeronautical Information Package
E-correction card and Document Amendment Calendar
Personal information collected on this form will be used for the purpose of verifying amendments to AIP products. Where appropriate, personal information may be disclosed to airports or other related parties, in the course of verifying these amendments. Airservices will not use your personal information for any other purpose, nor disclose it to any other unrelated party, without your consent or if we are required or authorised to disclose that information by law. We welcome your submission notifying us of corrections to the information presented on our charts and in our documents.
Purchasing electronic data
Airservices Australia (Airservices) offers a range of aeronautical data products in electronic format. To purchase data in an electronic format please refer to the information below. Alternatively, hard copy products can be purchased through Airservices Online Store.
CASR PART 175
Civil Aviation Safety Regulation Part 175 – Airservices and You
Civil Aviation Safety Regulation Part 175 (CASR Part 175) under the Civil Aviation Act 1988 came into effect on 5 March 2015. This regulation establishes standards and legislative requirements for the quality and integrity of data and information used in air navigation. Specifically, information published in the Integrated Aeronautical Information Package, on aeronautical charts and contained within aeronautical navigation databases.