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Airway restrictions

RVSM airspace was introduced throughout Europe in January 2002. It has also been implemented in North America, South America, Australia, Middle East, Africa, Parts of Asia and the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
RVSM means Reduced Vertical Separation Minima – or in plain english the reduction of the vertical separation required between FL290 and FL410 from 2000ft to 1000ft. By doing this you double the amount of airspace available, therefore doubling the traffic capacity. With the skies getting busier and busier every day the need for more room has become more and more important.
In the real world aircraft must have the following equipment aboard to be RVSM certified and therefore take advantage of the reduced separation minimum:

– Two primary altitude reporting systems;
– One automatic altitude-keeping device;
– One altitude-alerting device.
– In addition, while changing altitudes, the altitude holding device must not overshoot an assigned level by more than 150 feet.
– Also, to gain certification for RVSM, each aircraft must overfly a stationary Height Monitoring Unit (HMU) or a portable Ground Monitoring Unit (GMU) unless flight test evidence can be supplied to the regulator that the airframe is compliant with Altimeter System Error (ASE) targets.

Aircraft who do not meet the standards are excluded from RVSM airspace except for the purpose of climbing or descending to/from the CVSM airspace above FL410. (Exceptions do exist though, see bottom of page for complete listing.)
In the real world this was a costly affair for operators who still had older aircraft in their fleet. On IVAO there isn’t much to it, as any aircraft can be considered RVSM, or non-RVSM. There are however a few important procedures for pilots and ATC to follow. They are detailed below.

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Altitudes :

In Egyptian FIR we use Odd-East / West-Even rule .
The cruising levels to be applied in all airspace within Cairo FIR will be as in the following table :

From 000 degrees to 179 degrees From 180 degrees to 359 degrees

IFR Flights VFR Flights IFR Flights VFR Flights
Altitude Altitude Altitude Altitude

FL050 FL055 FL060 FL065
FL070 FL075 FL080 FL085
FL090 FL095 FL100 FL105

FL110 FL115 FL120 FL125
FL130 FL135 FL140 FL145
FL150 FL160
FL170 FL180
FL190 FL200
FL210 FL220
FL230 FL240
FL250 FL260
FL270 FL280
FL290 FL300

FL310 FL320
FL330 FL340
FL350 FL360
FL370 FL380
FL390 FL400

FL410 FL430
FL450 FL470
FL490 FL510

Altitude Exceptions :

1) AWY A727 (LXR-SML)
– To conform with inbound traffic over SML on Airway
A727 portion BTN LXR/SML.
A- For northbound traffic EVEN flight levels
B- For southbound traffic ODD flight levels.

2) AWY W8 (AST-CVO)
– To conform with inbound traffic over AST on Airway
W8 portion AST/CVO.
A- For northbound traffic EVEN flight levels.
B- For southbound traffic ODD flight levels.

3) AWY W725 (NANVO-RASDA)
A- Southwest traffic RASDA/NANVO ODD flight
levels.
B- Northeast traffic NANVO-RASDA EVEN flight
levels.

4) AWY R650 (SHM/ASRAB)
A- Southwest traffic SHM/ASRAB ODD flight levels.
B- Northeast traffic ASRAB /SHM EVEN flight levels.

5) AWY V608 (HGD/OWT)
A- Traffic HGD / NABED / AST / DAMPO / DAKHLA /
OWT ODD flight levels .
B- Traffic OWT / DAKHLA / DAMPO / AST / NABED /
HGD EVEN flight levels.

6) AWY W605 (OWT-LXR)
A- Traffic LXR / ASN / SML ODD flight levels.
B- Traffic OWT / SML / ASN / LXR EVEN flight levels

7) AWY W601 (DAKHLA-OWT)
A- Northeast traffic OWT/KHG/DAKHLA EVEN flight
levels.
B- Southbound traffic DAKHLA/KHG/OWT ODD flight
levels.

8) AWY N307 (MELDO-LAKTO)
A- Northeast traffic MELDO-LAKTO EVEN flight
levels.
B- Southwest traffic LAKTO/MELDO ODD flight
levels.

9) AWY W850 (MELDO -PASOS)
Only westbound traffic ODD flight levels

10) AWY W739 (LOPID-ASN)
Only eastbound traffic EVEN flight levels .