The object of the aeronautical information service (AIS) is to ensure the flow of aeronautical data and aeronautical information necessary for global air traffic management (ATM) system safety, regularity, economy and efficiency in an environmentally sustainable manner. The role and importance of aeronautical data and aeronautical information changed significantly with the implementation of area navigation (RNAV), performance-based navigation (PBN), airborne computer-based navigation systems, performance-based communication (PBC), performance based surveillance (PBS), data link systems and satellite voice communications (SATVOICE). Corrupt, erroneous, late, or missing aeronautical data and aeronautical information can potentially affect the safety of air navigation.
AIM Directorate, which forms part of the Sudan Civil Aviation
Authority, provide the service within the area of its responsibility as indicated under subsection GEN 1.2 Sudan AIP. It consists of AIS/AIM Headquarters, International NOTAM Office (NOF) Publication unit, Aerodrome AIS units and Procedures Design and Cartography unit.
- AIP Sudan is published by the Aeronautical Information Service/Mangement.
- The AIP is prepared in accordance with SARPs of Annex 15 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation and (ICAO Doc 8126). Charts contained in the AIP are produced in accordance with Annex 4 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation and (ICAO Doc 8697). Differences from ICAO SARPs and Procedures are given in subsection GEN 1.7.
- The AIP forms part of the Integrated Aeronautical Information package, details of which are given in subsection GEN 3.1 The Principal AIP structure is shown in graphic form at the end of GEN 0.1. The AIP is made up of three parts, General (GEN), En-route (ENR) and Aerodromes (AD), each divided into sections as applicable, containing various types of information subjects.
- In the compilation of the AIP , Care has been taken to ensure that the information contained therein is accurate and complete. All enquiries regarding the distribution of the Integrated Aeronautical Information package, any errors, and omissions which may nevertheless be detected, as well as any correspondence concerning the Integrated Aeronautical Information package to be sent to email@example.com.