The Airspace Use Plan (AUP) is an ASM message of NOTAM status notifying the daily decision of an Airspace Management Cell (AMC) on the temporary allocation of the airspace within its jurisdiction for a specific time period, by means of a standard message format.
The updated Airspace Use Plan (UUP) is an ASM message of NOTAM status issued by an AMC to update and supersede previous AUP/UUP information.
The Estonian Airspace Use Plan, composed by AMC Estonia contains the following information about Tallinn FIR:
- CDR category 2 route segments available for IFR flight planning
- CDR category 1 route segments not available for IFR flight planning
- Activated AMC manageable areas
- Activated FUA/EU restrictions affecting IFR flight planning
- Additional information
The Estonian AUP provided by aim.eans.ee webpage is auto-generated from the airspace use database and is not intended to be used as a basis for safety critical decisions.
The official (pan-European) Airspace Use Plan is made public by Eurocontrol via the Network Operations Portal: