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航行情报手册 Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM) 1(146)

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NOTE.
The web interface/telephone numbers to obtain a reservation for unscheduled operations at a slot controlled airport are:
1.
 http://www.fly.faa.gov/ecvrs.

2.
Touch.tone: 1.800.875.9694 or 703.707.0568. (e.CVRS interface).

3.
Trouble number:  703.904.4452.


3. For more detailed information on operations and reservation procedures at a Slot Controlled Airport, please see Advisory Circular 93.1A, Reservations for Unscheduled Operations at slot controlled airports. A copy of the Advisory Circular may be obtained via the Internet at: http://www.faa.gov.
b. Special Traffic Management Programs (STMP).
1.
Special procedures may be established when a location requires special traffic handling to accommodate above normal traffic demand (e.g., the Indianapolis 500, Super Bowl) or reduced airport capacity (e.g., airport runway/taxiway closures for airport construction). The special procedures may remain in effect until the problem has been resolved or until local traffic management procedures can handle the situation and a need for special handling no longer exists.

2.
There will be two methods available for obtaining slot reservations through the ATCSCC: the web interface and the touch.tone interface. If these methods are used, a NOTAM will be issued relaying the web site address and toll free telephone number. Be sure to check current NOTAMs to determine: what airports are included in the STMP; the dates and times reservations are required; the time limits for reservation requests; the point of contact for reservations; and any other instructions.


c. Users may contact the ARO at 703.904.4452 if they have a problem making a reservation or have a question concerning the slot controlled airport/ STMP regulations or procedures.
Services Available to Pilots
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d. Making Reservations.
1.
Internet Users. Detailed information and User Instruction Guides for using the Web interface to the reservation systems are available on the websites for the slot controlled airports (e.CVRS), http://www.fly.faa.gov/ecvrs; and STMPs (e.STMP), http://www.fly.faa.gov/estmp.

2.
Telephone users. When using the telephone to make a reservation, you are prompted for input of information about what you wish to do. All input is accomplished using the keypad on the telephone. The only problem with a telephone is that most keys have a letter and number associated with them. When the system asks for a date or time, it is expecting an input of numbers. A problem arises when entering an aircraft call sign or tail number. The system does not detect if you are entering a letter (alpha character) or


a number. Therefore, when entering an aircraft call sign or tail number two keys are used to represent each letter or number. When entering a number, precede the number you wish by the number 0 (zero) i.e., 01, 02, 03, 04, . . .. If you wish to enter a letter, first press the key on which the letter appears and then press 1, 2, or 3, depending upon whether the letter you desire is the first, second, or third letter on that key. For example to enter the letter “N” first press the “6” key because “N” is on that key, then press the “2” key because the letter “N” is the second letter on the “6” key. Since there are no keys for the letters “Q” and “Z” e.CVRS pretends they are on the number “1” key. Therefore, to enter the letter “Q”, press 11, and to enter the letter “Z” press 12.

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