Turkmenistan Overflight Permit Regulations

Turkmenistan Overflight Permits Procedures

Turkmenistan country has its own set of rules, regulations and procedures for permits to aircraft wishing for landing or even entering their air space, whether you’re operating a private, charter flight, scheduled or non-scheduled operation, passengers or cargo trip, a technical or traffic landing, Prior Permission is mandatory required the application procedures requiring complete flight information and Aircraft documents.

According to Turkmenistan CAA AIP any aircraft owner/operator intent to fly in Turkmenistan airspace request has to submit for Turkmenistan overflight clearance to air transport department at least 48 working hours prior from flight departure schedule. Always include AFTN on your flight plan, but you’ll only need an overfly permit from Turkmenistan.

Planning to make a passenger flight landing or technical stop, Turkmenistan Airports Authority have their own regulations regarding the issuance of flight Turkmenistan Overflight permit as there is generally a payment involved. The charges normally payable would be the Route Navigation Facility Charges for overflight and also landing and parking charges in case of aircraft making halts.

Turkmenistan is a signatory to the Chicago Convention therefore the conditions of flights and crews should strictly be compliant with ICAO general rules of international air traffic and in accordance with their regulation for transport of troops, equipment, materials and dangerous goods, please write us for more detail information.

Required Details for Obtaining Turkmenistan Overflight Permit


1 - Flight Schedule
2 - Entry / Exit Points with ATC Route
3 - Lead Passenger Details
4 - Consignee & Consigner Details for Cargo Flights
5 - Aircraft Documents [ AOC, COA, COI, CON, COR]

Overflight Permits Category’s for Adhoc and Private


1 - Overflight Permits (Charter Passenger Flights)
2 - Overflight Permits (Private Passenger Flights)
3 - Overflight Permits (Non-Schedule Cargo Flights)

Overflight Permits Category’s for Block :


1 - Monthly Block Overflight Permits (For Scheduled and Non-schedule Airlines Flights)
2 - Seasonal Block Overflight Permits (Scheduled Commercial Airlines Flights)

Permit Validity


- Turkmenistan Overflight Permit is normally valid for 72 hours.

Overflight Permit Charge's


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Turkmenistan Flight Information Region :


Turkmenistan Airspace is divided into 04 Flight Information Regions (FIRs)

1 - Turkmenbashi (UTAK) FIR

2 - Turkmenbat (UTAV) FIR

3 - Dashoguz (UTAT) FIR

4 - Asghabat (UTAA) FIR


Turkmenistan FIRs ( Entry / Exit Points ) :



West Bound Entry PointWest Bound Exit PointEast Bound Entry PointEast Bound Exit Point
NAZARNAZARGIRATGIRAT
ORPABORPABNESIRNESIR
RIKOPRIKOPTASHATASHA
DEBERDEBERADOBIADOBI
GIRUNGIRUNSOVODSOVOD
KENIPKENIPOTBOROTBOR
BUKEKBUKEKDARVADARVA
ARBATARBATSAIDASAIDA
SAHETSAHETAGNANAGNAN
KESEKKESEKPOGON POGON
SAPARSAPARMANAT MANAT
ABEKOABEKODERKI DERKI
NONIKNONIKAGART AGART
ATASHATASHGONAK GONAK
TUMBATUMBARAPTA RAPTA
DLONADLONADAVET DAVET
BALATBALATRANAH RANAH
NEBITNEBIT  
TABUNTABUN  

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About Turkmenistan | History - Geography


Turkmenistan, Turkmen Turkmenistan, country of Central Asia. It is the second largest state in Central Asia, after Kazakhstan, and is the southernmost of the region’s five republics.

Turkmenistan is the least densely populated of the Central Asian states. Much of its waterless expanse is inhospitable to plant and animal life. Except for oases in narrow strips dotted along the foothills of the Kopet-Dag Range and along the Amu Darya, Morghab, and Tejen rivers, deserts characterize its sunbaked sandy terrain. From 1925 to 1991 Turkmenistan was the Turkmen Soviet Socialist Republic, a constituent (union) republic of the Soviet Union; it declared independence on October 27, 1991. The capital is Ashgabat (Ashkhabad), which lies near the southern border with Iran.

Turkmenistan Overflight Permits Procedures

The Given Below Information Is Extracted from the Turkmenistan AIP


Flight Planning

Flights in the airspace of the Turkmenistan shall be operated in the presence of permission for a flight operation obtained as in accordance with the procedure described in GEN 1.2 section of the present AIP and in accordance with the flight plans accepted by MATMC as set forth in present ENR 1.10 section.

The aircraft may be denied the service by ATS units if the provisions of the present AIP of the Turkmenistan were broken. A flight plan is the information about the intended flight submitted to ATM units of the Turkmenistann as in accordance with ENR 1.11 section of the present AIP.

A Filed Flight Plan (FPL)

A filed flight plan FPL is a flight plan in that form in which it is submitted to MATMC and en-route ATFM units by an aircraft operator or by his authorized representative without any subsequent changes. An FPL shall be submitted for each separate flight. A flight, in which several aircraft (a group of aircraft) take part, is considered as one flight.

A message about the repetitive flight plan of the aircraft RPL can be applied by an operator of a foreign state in cases when such procedure is established by a bilateral international agreement between the aviation administrations of the states concerned.

The Contents And Form Of The Filed

The form of the flight plan FPL and the order of filling in the items of the flight plan adopted by ICAO and described in Appendix 2 “Flight Plan” of ICAO Doc 4444 ATM/501 “The Air Traffic Management” shall be used. Only peculiarities of filling in the items of the filed flight plan FPL are given below.

Item 7- Aircraft Identification

The groups of letters and (or) figures not exceeding 7 alphanumerical characters and without hyphens or symbols shall be used as the aircraft identification. At that the leading zero in the figures of the aircraft identification shall not be used.

A Filed Flight Plan (FPL)

The groups of letters and (or) figures not exceeding 7 alphanumerical characters and without hyphens or symbols shall be used as the aircraft identification. At that the leading zero in the figures of the aircraft identification shall not be used.

The groups of letters and (or) figures not exceeding 7 alphanumerical characters and without hyphens or symbols shall be used as the aircraft identification. At that the leading zero in the figures of the aircraft identification shall not be used.

Item 9. Number And Type Of Aircraft And Wake Turbulence Category

One or two characters shall be used for indication of the number of aircraft, in case of formation flights comprising more than one type, the type of the leading aircraft or the aircraft taking off the first shall be indicated.

At that, only the designation of the aircraft type shall be inserted for the aircraft flight carried out as single. If the flight is carried out by several aircraft of the same type simultaneously, then their number and designation of their type shall be indicated.

At that, only the designation of the aircraft type shall be inserted for the aircraft flight carried out as single. If the flight is carried out by several aircraft of the same type simultaneously, then their number and designation of their type shall be indicated.

The aircraft type designators shall be indicated as specified in ICAO Doc 8643 “Aircraft Type Designators”.

Item 10 a/b. Equipment And Capabilities

The necessary information based on the rules set forth in Appendix 2 “Flight Plan” to ICAO Doc 4444 ATM/501 “Air Traffic Management” shall be indicated on a mandatory basis in Item 10a (and for the state aircraft without permission for RVSM flights - also in Item 18) of the flight plan for flights within CTA (CTAs/FIRs) of the Turkmenistan where RVSM is applied.

During flight operations in the airspace of the Turkmenistan the information on true speed shall be indicated in the metric system, the requested cruising level (flight altitude) shall be indicated in accordance with the Table of cruising levels given in ENR 1.7 section of the present AIP according to the procedure indicated in para.

The flight route description shall comprise all points (significant points) at which a change of speed (by 5% or 0.01 Mach or more) and/or flight level (flight altitude) is planned to commence.

For formation flights of two and more aircraft the lower and upper cruising levels (altitudes) for the first or the whole portion of the route to be flown shall be indicated in succession without a space after the speed value.

The route planned for a scheduled flight must pass through the entry/exit points into/from the airspace of the Turkmenistan presented in the confirmed/approved Form “R” according to para 2 of GEN 1.2 section of the present AIP. For a non-scheduled (single) flight it is required to indicate the route passing through the entry/exit points into/from the airspace of the Turkmenistan and also from/to the aerodromes of the Turkmenistan mentioned in the permission obtained according to para 3 of GEN 1.2 section of the present AIP.

The published abbreviated indexes for appropriate SID/STAR routes shall be used for IFR arrival and departure.

For flights along ATS routes the abbreviated indexes (conventional signs), adopted for such routes and indicated in ENR 3 section of the present AIP, shall be used.

For search and rescue flights carried out outside the ATS routes published in ENR 3 section of the present AIP, the points of the route shall be indicated for the planned changes of the direction or if the flight time exceeds 30 minutes or the route length is more than 200 nautical miles. For all flights it is necessary to indicate the points on the route, where the changes of speed and/or altitude is planned.

Item 16. Destination Aerodrome And Total

Estimated elapsed time, destination alternate aerodrome». The destination aerodromes for a scheduled flight indicated in Item 16 of FPL shall be chosen from the number of the aerodromes of the Turkmenistann presented in the confirmed/approved Form “R” according to para 2 of GEN 1.2 section of the present AIP, and for a non-scheduled (single) flight it is required to indicate the destination aerodromes of the Turkmenistann mentioned in the permission for flight operation obtained according to para 3 of GEN 1.2 section of the present AIP.

Item 18. Other Information

Other additional information about the flight, flight crew and aircraft shall be indicated and recorded after the appropriate indicators followed by an oblique stroke as set forth in Appendix 2 “Flight Plan” to ICAO Doc 4444 ATM/501 “Air Traffic Management”.

The following additional indicators and information can be used under the designator RMK/ when deemed necessary:

PERM - the information about the number of the appropriate permission for operation of the international flight if such permission is required; Other additional information concerning the flight operation.

The payer’s requisites and contact telephone numbers (fax number or AFTN address) for making clearing settlements for the en-route air navigation services shall be indicated on a mandatory basis for single flights in Item 18 under the designator RMK/ in case the operator has no registered ICAO code.

Item 18. Other Information

A flight plan FPL must be submitted by the user of the airspace of the Turkmenistan not earlier than 120 hours before the estimated time of departure and not later than 3 hours before the time of departure indicated:

1) for a scheduled flight - in position 6 of Form “R” confirmed/approved according to para 2 of GEN 1.2 section of the present AIP.

2) for non-scheduled (single) flights - in the permission of the Turkmenistan for conducting a nonscheduled (single) flight obtained according to para 3 of GEN 1.2 section of the present AIP.

A flight plan (FPL) must be submitted to the addresses of MATMC (UUUWZDZX) and en-route ATFM units in the airspace controlled by ATS units of the Turkmenistan (indicated in ENR 1.11 section of the present AIP).

Messages on departure (DEP) and other standard FPL associated messages must be submitted according to the procedure established by ICAO Doc 4444- ATM/501 to the addresses of FPL submission indicated in para 3.1 of the present section.

i. the entry of full and correct data into the flight plan.

ii. obtaining pre-flight information and, if required, ATS unit clearance.

iii. the confirmation of the possibility to carry out a flight based on the obtained pre-flight information.

iv. the submission of a flight plan FPL, standard FPL associated messages and their complete addressing in accordance with the procedures and to the addresses indicated in ENR 1.10 - ENR 1.11 sections of the present AIP.

Early Submission Of Flight Plans (FPL)

A flight plan (FPL) shall be submitted to MATMC (UUUWZDZX), ATFM and ATS units along the flight route within the airspace controlled by ATS units of the Turkmenistan Federation, indicated in ENR 1.11 section of the present AIP and also to the aerodromes of landing located on the territory of the Turkmenistan and indicated in AD 1.3 section of the present AIP, 24 hours maximum and 3 hours minimum before the time of departure.

A Change Of A Flight Plan (FPL)

If departure of aircraft is delayed for more than 30 minutes with regard to departure time indicated in the flight plan, but the delay does not extend beyond 2359 UTC on the intended date of flight operation, a message about delay of departure DLA must be submitted to the addresses of FPL submission - MATMC (UUUWZDZX) and en-route ATFM units in the airspace controlled by ATS units of the Turkmenistan indicated in ENR 1.11 section of the present AIP.

CHG message shall be transmitted in case it is necessary to update the main data of the submitted flight plan that is AVBL in the FPL message filed earlier:

• in Field type 8 - Flight rules and type of flight

• in Field type 9 - Number and type of ACFT and wake turbulence category

• in Field type 10 - Equipment and capabilities

• in Field type 13 - Departure aerodrome and time

• in Field type 15 - Route

• in Field type 18 - Other information

At the same time number of the Item of the flight plan to be updated as well as the new data should be indicated in Field type 22. To update information on departure time with regard to the estimated time of departure of the ACFT for the date following the departure date indicated after designator DOF/in the FPL message, new date of departure apart from the updated departure time should be indicated after designator DOF in Field type 22.

4.3 The submission of a new flight plan. In case of subsequent changes of the flight plan leading to the necessity of the submission of a new flight plan, the flight plan shall be cancelled by CNL message and a new flight plan shall be submitted.

The Cancellation Of A Flight Plan

CNL message about the cancellation of a flight plan shall be submitted to the addresses of MATMC (UUUWZDZX) and en-route ATFM units in the airspace controlled by ATS units of the Turkmenistan indicated in ENR 1.11 section of the present AIP.