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NOTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH OR DIFFERENCES FROM ANNEX 3 (including all amendments up to and including Amendment 74) To: The

Secretary General International Civil Aviation Organisation 999 University Street Montreal, Quebec Canada H3C 5H7

The following differences will exist on 5 November 2008 between the regulations and/or practices of NEW ZEALAND and the provisions of Annex 3, including Amendment 74:
PART I. Core SARPS a) Annex Ref. Chapter 2 2.2.2 c) Details of Difference Meteorological suppliers are required to establish quality assurance procedures compliant with the requirements of New Zealand Civil Aviation Rule, Part 174. Operators requiring meteorological service for international air navigation shall notify the meteorological service providers listed in the AIP New Zealand. AIRMET information is not provided. Information on the accidental release of radioactive materials into the atmosphere is not currently provided. Ground weather radar is available but not currently provided to the ATS provider. Forms for special air reports of volcanic activity are not available. However, a Volcanic Activity Report form is available for use by pilots. d) Remarks Current difference. Current difference.

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Chapter 3 3.4.2 (e) 3.4.2 (g) Chapter 4 4.2 (f) Chapter 5 5.9

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Chapter 6 6.2.7

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TAF validity for international dissemination is 24 hours, and for New difference. HF VOLMET it is 9 hours, although this may be extended to 12 hours on some occasions. AIRMET information and area forecasts in the GAMET format Current are not provided. However, area forecasts (ARFORs) are issued difference. in abbreviated plain language that cover all of New Zealand. AIRMET information is not provided. Aerodrome warnings are not provided. Information about wind shear observed on the approach or takeoff paths is included, when appropriate, in METAR and Current difference. Current difference. Current difference.

Chapter 7 7.2 7.3 7.4

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SPECI reports. Information on the expected existence of wind shear and wind shear alerts are not provided. Chapter 9 9. General The type, format, means and point of supply of meteorological information to operators and flight crew members is as agreed between the meteorological service provider and the operator or flight crew member. AIRMET information and area forecasts in the GAMET format are not provided. However, area forecasts (ARFORs) are issued in abbreviated plain language that cover all of New Zealand. Aerodrome warnings are not provided. Charts are not provided for the fixed areas of coverage depicted in Appendix 8. The areas covered are as agreed between the meteorological service provider and the operator or flight crew member. SIGWX and upper wind and temperature charts are provided for fixed times but have a useable period of +/- 3 hours of the stated fixed times on the charts. Meteorological information is not currently provided through D-VOLMET. D-VOLMET is not currently available. Current difference.

9.1.3 (f)

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9.1.3 (g) 9.1.6

9.1.7

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9.5 Chapter 11 11.5

PART II. APPENDICES AND ATTACHMENTS a) Annex Ref. Appendix 2 1.3.3 (j) 2.1.2 c) Details of Difference Information on the accidental release of radioactive materials into the atmosphere is not currently provided. Flight documentation charts are not provided for the fixed areas of coverage depicted in Appendix 8. The areas covered are as agreed between the meteorological service provider and the operator or flight crew member. Volcanic Ash Advisories are not issued in graphical format or in the BUFR code form. METAR and SPECI are not issued in the BUFR code form. d) Remarks New difference. Current difference.

3.1.2 Appendix 3 2.1.3 2.3.2 (e) 2.3.2 (i)

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4.1.5.2 (b)

The following criteria are used for horizontal visibility: 800, 1500, 3000, 5000 and 8000m The following criteria are used for the height of the base of the lowest cloud layer or mass of BKN or OVC extent: 100*, 200* , 500, 1000 and 1500ft (* Selected aerodromes only) At all wind speeds and with any amount of variation in Current direction, wind direction will only be reported as VRB when it difference.

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4.1.5.2 (e) 4.8.1.5 (a) Appendix 4 4.2

is impossible to determine a single wind direction. When wind speeds are 100 kt or greater, the exact wind speed is reported. Information on sea surface temperature and the state of the sea is not provided. Forms for special air reports of volcanic activity are not available. However, a Volcanic Activity Report form is available for use by pilots. TAF are not issued in the BUFR code form. When wind speeds of 100 kt or greater are expected, the exact wind speed is indicated. Information on vertical visibility is not provided. The following criteria are used for horizontal visibility: 800, 1500, 3000, 5000 and 8000m The following criteria are used for the height of the base of the lowest cloud layer or mass of BKN or OVC extent: 100*, 200*, 500, 1000 and 1500ft * Selected aerodromes only Vertical visibility forecasts are not provided. The following criteria are used for horizontal visibility: 800, 1500, 3000, 5000 and 8000m The following criteria are used for the height of the base of the lowest cloud layer or mass of BKN or OVC extent: 100*, 200*, 500, 1000 and 1500ft. * Selected aerodromes only Vertical visibility forecasts are not provided. Area forecasts in GAMET format are not provided. However, area forecasts (ARFORs) are issued in abbreviated plain language that covers all of New Zealand. Area forecasts for low-level flights are not issued in chart form. Area forecasts for low-level flights are not exchanged with meteorological offices. Information on the accidental release of radioactive materials into the atmosphere is not currently provided. SIGMETs are not currently issued in the BUFR code form.

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Appendix 5 1.1.2 1.2.1 1.2.4 1.3.1 (e) 1.3.1 (h)

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1.3.1 (j) 2.2.3 2.2.5

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2.2.6 4.1 and 4.2

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4.3 4,4 Appendix 6 1.1.4 1.1.6

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1.1.7 2. 4. 5. 6.

SIGMETs are not currently issued in graphical format. AIRMET information is not provided. SIGMETs are not sent via uplink. AIRMET are not provided. Aerodrome warnings are not provided. Information about wind shear observed on the approach or takeoff paths is included, when appropriate, in METAR and SPECI reports. Information on the expected existence of wind shear and wind shear alerts are not provided. Levels provided in SIGMETs are indicated in altitudes up to 10000ft, and in flight levels (FLs) above 10000ft. The type, format, means and point of supply of meteorological information to operators and flight crew members is arranged as agreed between the meteorological service provider and the operator or flight crew member. Information for helicopter operations is provided by agreement between the meteorological service provider and the operator or flight crew-member. Major aerodromes are shown as a dot and identified by the appropriate four-letter ICAO location indicator. Temperatures are depicted within circles. SIGWX charts for low-level flights are not provided. Area forecasts in GAMET format are not provided. However, area forecasts (ARFORs) are issued in abbreviated plain language that covers all of New Zealand. AIRMET information is not provided. ASHTAMs are not provided.

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Table A6-1 Level (C) Appendix 8 1.1

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4.2.1.1 (d) 4.2.1.2 (b) 4.3.1 (c) 4.3.2

Appendix 9 1 3.1 (b) Appendix 10 4.

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D-VOLMET is not currently available.

Signature

Office

Date

(Signed) Steve Douglas

Director of Civil Aviation New Zealand

3 October 2008

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Appendix - for Reference only DIFFERENCES TO BE REMOVED FROM ANNEX 3 (including all amendments up to and including Amendment 74) The following previously filed differences will NO LONGER EXIST on 5 November 2008 between the regulations and/or practices of NEW ZEALAND and the provisions of Annex 3, including Amendment 74:
PART I. Core SARPS a) Annex Ref. Chapter 2 3.4.3 4.1.5 Chapter 4 4.3.2 (b) 4.6.5.1 c) Details of Difference SIGMET information is issued for the New Zealand and Auckland Oceanic FIRs north of latitude 60S. Observation systems to measure runway visual range are installed only at Auckland International aerodrome. Routine observations are identified as SPECI reports when the observed conditions meet the criteria for special observations. Cloud information will not be restricted to cloud of operational significance, i.e., the height of the base of clouds reported will not be restricted to below1500m (5000 ft), or below the highest minimum sector altitude.

PART II. APPENDICES AND ATTACHMENTS Appendix 3 2.2 4.1.1 4.2.4.1 4.2.4.4

4.4.2.5 (Fifteenth Edition)

CAVOK is not used. Due to operational restrictions at Wellington International aerodrome, the surface wind is measured at 6m (20ft). CAVOK is not used. When the horizontal visibility is greater than 10km it is reported in whole kilometres immediately followed by the letters KM, e.g., 15KM When the visibility is not the same in different directions, the lowest visibility is reported; when the visibility in one or more directions is more than 50 per cent above the lowest visibility, the lowest visibility is reported with its general direction in relation to the site of the meteorological station. When the lowest visibility is less than 1500m and the visibility in another direction is more than 5000m, the higher visibility is also reported with its general direction. Intensity will be reported with SH to indicate the intensity of precipitation in showers. Intensity will be reported with TS to indicate the intensity of precipitation associated with thunderstorms. VC (vicinity) may be used with RA, DZ or SN when the observer has evidence that the observed precipitation is of the type described. CAVOK is not used.

Appendix 5 1.2.2