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    NAV
    PORTUGAL
    provides
    his services
    in the moment
    that:

  • 1

    Pilot or company 
    submits a flight plan

  • 2

    Flight plan sent to the Air Traffic Control bodies involved in guiding the flight

  • 3

    Aircraft receives authorization to Take-off

  • 4

    Aircraft takes off in radio contact with the aerodrome Control Tower

  • 5

    Climbing aircraft in radio and radar contact with Approach Control

  • 6

    While climbing to cruising altitude the aircraft is in radio and radar contact with the Regional Control Centre

  • 7

    After reaching its cruising altitude and while following its route the aircraft is in radio and radar contact with one or more Regional Control Centres

  • 8

    When starting its descent the aircraft is in radio and radar contact with a Regional Control Centre

  • 9

    The aircraft is transferred to the Approach Control and continues to descend and adopt approach procedures

  • 10

    The aircraft makes its final approach
    and lands in radio contact with the
    aerodrome Control Tower