APPENDIX 2 TO ANNEX 9 TO MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT NAT-I-845 BETWEEN THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE IN TAIWAN AND THE TAIPEI ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE IN THE UNITED STATES QUALITY CONTROL/QUALITY ASSURANCE QC/QA REVIEW SERVICES OF INSTRUMENT FLIGHT PROCEDURES-1

APPENDIX 2 TO ANNEX 9 TO MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT NAT-I-845 BETW-EEN THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE IN TAIWAN AND THE TAIPEI ECONOMIC ANDCULTURAL REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE IN THE UNITED STATES QUALITY CON-TROL/QUALITY ASSURANCE QC/QA REVIEW SERVICES OF INSTRUMENT FLIG-HT PROCEDURESARTICLE I-PURPOSEThe American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), through its designatedrepresentative, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), mayprovide specialists to the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA), the designated representative of the Taipei Economic and Cul-tural Representative Office in the United States (TECRO), to pe-rform Quality Control/Quality Assurance (QC/QA) review services.ARTICLE II-DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES A.AIT’s designated representative, the FAA, may perform QC/QA review services for the following instrument flight procedures at Chiang Kai Shek (CKS) Airport, Taiwan, in order to perform flight inspection of the same: 4 Arrivals Billy 1 RNAV arrival Bravo 1 RNAV arrival Lavos 1 RNAV arrival Sepia 1 RNAV arrival 2 Departures Ajent 2 RNAV Departure Nepas 2 RNAV DepartureB.The QC/QA review services shall be performed by AIT’s designa- ted representative, the FAA, at the National Flight Procedures Offices (AVN-100) located at the Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA and is estimated to require approximately 72 hours. 1.Upon the satisfactory completion of the QC/QA review, AIT’s designated representative, the FAA, shall conduct a flight inspection pursuant to Annex 8 to the Agreement, No written report of the QC/QA review shall be provided. 2.In the event of an unsatisfactory QC/QA review of an instru- ment flight procedure, AIT’s designated representative, the FAA, shall notify the CAA, the designated representative of TECRO, with an explanation of the discrepancies that must be corrected to meet flight inspection requirements. AIT’s des- ignated representative, the FAA, shall not conduct a flight inspection of the instrument flight procedure until the dis- crepancies are corrected by the CAA, the designated represe- ntative of TECRO.C.Should additional services be required, the date, duration, and estimated cost of such services shall be agreed to by the parties in a written amendment to this Appendix or in a separ- ate Appendix.ARTICLE III – TERMS AND CONDITIONSAIT’s designated representative, the FAA, requires QC/QA reviewservices provided under this Appendix shall be subject to thefollowing terms and conditions:A.TECRO’s designated representative, the CAA, shall provide the information and data described in Attachment 1 and all other information and data AIT’s designated representative, the FAA , may request in support of the services provided under this Appendix or future Appendices. All information and data shall be provided in the English language, with TECRO’s designated representative, the CAA, bearing the cost of any translation of the materials into English.B.The instrument flight procedures submitted for the QC/QA revi- ew services by AIT’s designated representative, the FAA, shall conform to the U.S. Standard For Terminal Instrument Procedur- es (TERPs) and associated orders.C.TECRO’s designated representative, the CAA, shall be solely responsible for complying with any environmental requirements under the laws and regulations of Taiwan that are applicable to the instrument flight procedure services provided by AIT’s designated representative, the FAA, under this Annex and its appendices.D.TECRO’s designated representative, the CAA, shall, at its own expense, be responsible for: 1.Taking all actions necessary to adopt the instrument flight procedures reviewed by AIT’s designated representative, the FAA, under this Appendix and its appendices, including acti- ons regulating the airspace affected by an instrument flight procedures; 2.Flight checking the instrument flight procedure before appr- oving its operational use; 3.Providing notice through appropriate publications and other means to aircraft operators, airmen, the public, and, if re- quired, to ICAO of the adoption of any instrument flight pr- ocedure reviewed by AIT’s designated representative, the FAA , under this Appendix and future Appendices; 4.Providing any engineering, survey, or other assistance requ- ired to support the instrument flight procedures services by AIT’s designated representative, the FAA; and 5.Publishing air navigation charts and other appropriate mate- rials showing the instrument flight procedures adopted by the CAA. 6.The CAA, designated representative of TECRO, shall provide AIT’s designated representative, the FAA, with a point of contact (POC) with authority to verify data or answer proce- dural questions.ARTICLE IV – FINANCIAL PROVISIONS A.The estimated cost for 72 hours of QC/QA review services is seven thousand five hundred U.S. dollars (US $7,500.00).B.AIT will require that TECRO, on behalf of its designated repr- esentative, the CAA, reimburse the FAA for all the costs incu- rred in providing the QC/QA review services under this append- ix and an administrative overhead charge.C.All bills shall contain a reference to the Appendix number NAT -I-845-9-2 and billing number NB4529TW8 (which are the numbers assigned by AIT’s designated representative, the FAA, to iden- tify this Appendix and which shall be referred to in all rela- ted correspondence), and shall be supported with a summary of charges. All bills shall be forwarded by AIT to TECRO at the following address: Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office 4201 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20016-2137D.Reimbursements shall be forwarded to AIT at the following add- ress: American Institute in Taiwan ATTN: Deputy Managing Director 1700 N. Moore Street, Suite 1700 Arlington, VA 22209ARTICLE V-ENTRY INTO FORCE AND TERMINATIONThis Appendix shall enter into force on the date of the last si-gnature and shall remain in force until the services describedherein are completed, unless this Appendix is terminated in acc-ordance with Article X of the Agreement.ARTICLE VI-AUTHORITYAIT and TECRO agree to the provisions of this Appendix as indic-ated by the signature of their duly authorized representatives.AMERICAN INSTITUTE IN TAIWAN TAIPEI ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE IN THE UNITED STATESBY: Barbara J. Schrage BY: Michael TsaiTITLE: Deputy Managing TITLE:Deputy Director Representative─────────────── ───────────────DATE: 1/6/2004 DATE:4/27/2004ATTACHMENT 1TO APPENDIX 2TO NAT-I-845-9The following information is required by the CAA, the designatedrepresentative for TECRO, for the QC/QA review services of theinstrument flight procedures identified in ARTICLE I.A. of Appe-ndix 2 to NAT-I-845-9.Obstacle and Terrain Data1.Technical data and charts in a condition and form suitable for accurately determining the location and elevation of natural and man-made obstacles and terrain features.2.The following detailed aeronautical charts of the areas to be covered by the instrument flight procedure: a.Charts to a scale of 1:24,000 to 1:25,000 if available, if not, charts to a scale of 1:50,000 or available charts of similar scale, shall be provided for the area within approx- imately ten (10) nautical mile radius of the airport, helip- ort, and all other air navigation facilities incorporated in the instrument flight procedure design, Additionally, when the FAA is performing QC/QA review services of a new Instru- ment Flight Procedure (IFP), not previously flight inspected by the FAA, a depiction of the new IFP must be drawn on this chart. b.Charts to a scale of approximately 1:250,000 and 1:500,000 for the area within approximately fifty (50) nautical mile radius of the airport, heliport, and all other air navigati- on facilities incorporated in the instrument flight procedu- re design, and c.Airport Diagram Charts to include obstacles. Aeronautical Information Publication Data Reproduced pages from the Comprehensive Aeronautical Inform- ation Publication, shall included the following information: 1.Location of the primary and secondary altimeter reference source (International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) identifier or latitude and longitude in WGS-84 or equival- ent datum) used in the instrument flight procedure. 2.Location of available terminal weather reporting stations, ICAO identifier of latitude and longitude in WGS-84 or eq- uivalent datum and the hours of operation. 3.The ICAO identifier for the controlling air traffic facil- ity for the instrument flight procedure and the point of contact for the facility.Navigational Aid Data1.Using the format set forth in Figure 1 to this Annex, for each instrument landing system (ILS), microwave landing system (MLS ), transponder landing system (TLS), global navigation satell- ite system (GNSS) precision/non-precision approach system, and any other terminal approach systems (i.e. very high frequency omni-directional range (VOR), non-directional beacons (NDB), etc), for which the FAA will perform instrument flight proced- ures services, the latitude and longitude coordinates to the nearest 1/100th of a second and in WGS-84 or equivalent datum of the following navigation aid components: a.The localizer/azimuth antenna; b.The glideslope/elevation antenna; c.The on airport DME antenna; d.The marker beacon antennas; and e.The compass locator antennas.2.Using the format set forth in Figure 1 to this Annex, for each ILS, MLS, TLS, VOR, NDB, or any other terminal approach system for which the FAA will perform instrument flight procedures services, the following navigational aid component data are required: a.The distance form all navigational aid component antennas to the runway centerline or extended runway centerline as meas- ured along a line extending from the centerline at a ninety degree (90 O) angle to the component. b.For all navigational aid component antennas located on the runway centerline or extended runway centerline, the distan- ces from these antennas to the approach and stop ends of the runway. c.For all navigational aid component antennas that are offset from the runway centerline or extended runway centerline, the distance, as measured along a line parallel to the cent- erline or extended centerline, from the antenna to a point located at a ninety degree (90O) angle from the runway thre- shold and stop end. d.The mean sea level to the nearest foot at: i.The base of each antenna of the ILS, MLS, or TLS; VOR, NDB , and ii.The point along the runway centerline at the aiming point . e.The distance from the aiming point to the localizer antenna as measured along the runway centerline and extended runway centerline. f.The magnetic compass heading from the front course runway threshold at the centerline to each navigational aid compon- ent antennas. g.The monitoring source, category, and hours of monitoring for each navigational aid.3.Latitude and longitude coordinates to the nearest 1/100th of a second and in WGS-84 or equivalent datum of all en route navi- gation facilities, including associated components, incorpora- ted in the instrument flight procedures design as appropriate. a.The magnetic variation of airport or Heliport/Vertiport and ground based facilities: b.Type of surveys (WGS-84 or equivalent data) c.Type of lighting (RWY, ALS, VGSI) d.Any restricted, warning, or no-fly areasAirport Data1.Airport layout plans;2.Using the format set forth in Figure 1 to this Annex, for each ILS, MLS, TLS, VOR, NDB, GNSS precision/non-precision ap- proach system, for which the FAA will perform QC/QA review se- rvices, the following runway data is required. a.Latitude and longitude coordinates to the nearest 1/100th of a second and in WGS-84 or equivalent datum of (a) the runway thresholds at the centerline, (b) runway stop ends at the centerline, (c) any displaced thresholds, and (d) the point at which a line from the glideslope/elevation antenna inter- sects the runway centerline at a ninety degree (90 O) angle (the aiming point); b.Runway length to the nearest foot and any displaced distanc- es to the nearest foot; c.Runway front and back course magnetic compass headings to the nearest 1/100th of a second. d.Mean sea level elevation to the nearest foot at the runway threshold, runway stop end, and any displaced thresholds; and e.Runway aircraft category and wheel height group.

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