What does Fans stand for in aviation?
Also, what aircraft equipment does fans use?
FANS (Future Air Navigation Systems) is a datalink system that lets pilots and ATC (Air Traffic Control) communicate directly, using digital text transmissions that appear on the CDU (Control Display Unit).
Beside above, what does IRS stand for in aviation? Inertial Reference System
Considering this, what is Atsu in aviation?
Air Traffic Service Unit - ATSU. The main function of the Air Traffic Service Unit (ATSU) is to. provide the flight crew and the aircraft systems with the means. of managing the data link information exchange between the. aircraft and the Air Traffic Service (ATS) centers.
Where is Cpdlc required?
Controller Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC) are currently required in Datalink Mandated (DLM) airspace within the North Atlantic Tracks (NATs). As of Dec 7, 2017, airspace impacted by CPDLC requirements will expand and this will affect general aviation (GA) transatlantic operations.