GEN 1.7Frávik frá stöðlum, tilmælum og starfsháttum ICAO Differences from ICAO Standards, Recommended Practices and Procedures

GEN 1.7.1 Viðauki 1 - Flugstarfaskírteini Annex 1 - Personnel Licensing

10. útgáfa, júlí 200610th edition, July 2006
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
* Difference Category A - National regulation is more demanding B - Different in character or other means of compliance C - Less protective or partially implemented/not implemented
2.1.9.2CThe aircraft shall be certified for 2 pilots. This is not a requirement for full credit of co-pilot time for higher license.JAR-FCL
2.3.2.2ANight rating. 5 additional night hours’ incl. 3 dual hours incl. 5 solo take-offs and landings required and 1 hour cross country.Part-FCL
2.3.3.1APPL(A) experience 45 hours (not 40) requiredPart-FCL
2.3.4.1.1APPL (H) experience 45 hours (not 35) and supervised solo x-country flight 185 km (not 180).Part-FCL
2.3.4.2A25 hrs dual instruction required (not 20) and 5 hrs IR. Training on same type as skill test requiredPart-FCL
2.4.4.1.1ACPL (H) experience req. 185 hrs on modular course (ICAO 150) or 135 on integrated course. (ICAO 100).Part-FCL
2.4.4.1.1.1Aa) 50 hrs PIC in helicopter (not 35). 5 hrs night flight incl. 3 dual. b) x-country 185 km. (ICAO not specified).Part-FCL
2.6.3.1.1AATPL(A) 500 hrs exp. in multi-pilot aero planes required.Part-FCL
2.6.4.1.1AATPL (H) Experience in STD is specified and 350 hrs in multi-pilot (H) is required. Applicant shall hold CPLPart-FCL
2.7.3 AExperience: 50 hrs (not 40) instrument time req. for single engine and 55 for multi engine IR.Part-FCL
2.8AFI (A) 7 different categories: FI, TRI, CRI, IRI, SFI, MCCI and STI. FI (H) 5 different categories: FI, TRI, IRI,SFI and STI and different requirements for issue, revalidation and renewal.Part-FCL
2.9A
3.3AFlight Engineer: 1st class Medical required (Not 2nd class). Additional req. concerning citizenship, language and for revalidation and renewal.Special Icelandic requirements
4.3AApplicants for student ATC licenses are req. to be at least 18 years old and have passed matriculation examination or similar and they must demonstrate language proficiency.
Ratings shall be endorsed in the license
EUROCONTOL and Directive 2006/23/EC
4.4B New definitions: Unit endorsement, ICAO location indicator, training provider, unit competence scheme.EUROCONTOL and Directive 2006/23/EC
4.4.1AATC must hold a licenseEUROCONTOL and Directive 2006/23/EC
4.4.1.1Aa) Possible to get exemption from 21 years minimum age limit. Not allowed to exercise privileges after age 60, but possible to extend to 63 yearsEUROCONTOL and Directive 2006/23/EC
4.4.1.2BKnowledge requirements are applied to the ratingsEUROCONTROL and Directive 2006/23/EC
4.4.1.4C 3rd class Medical Certificate valid for 24 months and 12 when 40 years old (not 12 and 6 months).EUROCONTOL and Directive 2006/23/EC
4.5BRating categories are different: Aerodrome Control Visual (ADV), Aerodrome Control Instrument (ADI), Approach Control Procedural (APP), Approach Control Surveillance (APS), Area control Procedural (APC), Area Control Surveillance (ACS) , Different endorsements shall be added to the ratings. There are also language endorsements, OJT (instructor) endorsements and unit endorsements.EUROCONTOL and Directive 2006/23/EC
4.5.2.2BExperience is subject to the successful completion of an approved unit training plan.EUROCONTOL and Directive 2006/23/EC
4.5.3.4CRatings are valid for 12 months (not 6) There are additional requirements for approval of examiners and training providers. The licenses shall be mutually accepted in member states.EUROCONTOL and Directive 2006/23/EC
4.6.1.2.1AMore req. for general education.Special Icelandic requirements
4.6.1.3.1AAdditional req. for criminal record, citizenship, home addressSpecial Icelandic requirements
6.2.5.5CTest by pure tone- audiometer for 2nd class Medical is only for IR holdersPart-MED
6.3.2.6.2AECG req. annually from age 40, not age 50. Notes not included.Part-MED
6.3.2.9.1AChest radiography is required (shall not should) at initial examination.Part-MED
6.3.2.14.1AUnfit for a minimum of 3 monthsPart-MED
6.3.4.1AHearing req. more stringent in FCL 3 than in Annex 1.
6.4.1.2AFlight Engineers must have Class 1 Medical, (not class 2) but no restrictions re. age.Special Icelandic requirement
6.4.2.6AECG more requirements and also req. every examination after age 40.Part-MED
6.4.2.6.1AECG more requirementsPart-MED
6.4.2.9.1CChest radiography, less req. in FCL 3 only req. on clinical or epidemiological grounds.
(ICAO initial and periodic.)
Part-MED
6.4.2.11CAstma. Fit assessment possiblePart-MED
6.4.2.14.1AUnfit for 3 months in FCL 3.Part-MED
6.4.3.2BICAO Binocular vision 6/9. a) Correction defined but not mentioned that it has to be worn.Part-MED 3 6/6
6.4.3.6.1CNo stereoscopic req. in.Part-MED
6.4.4.2CPure tone-audiometer only for IR. Part-MED
6.5.1.2CIntervals not according to 1.2.5.2. Certificate valid for 24 months until age 40 and then for 12 months. (ICAO 12 months and 6 after age 40)EUROCONTROL and Directive 2006/23/EC
6.5.1.3 – 6.5.4.1.2AIn accordance with Annex 1 except requirements of more examination frequency concerning vision and electrocardiography. EUROCONTROL and Directive 2006/23/EC

GEN 1.7.2 Viðauki 2 - Flugreglur Annex 2 - Rules of the Air

10. útgáfa, júlí 200510th edition, July 2005
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
* Difference Category A - National regulation is more demanding B - Different in character or other means of compliance C - Less protective or partially implemented/not implemented
2.1.1AMore detailed in Icelandic regulation on Flight Rules (no. 770/2010). Over high-seas, ICAO Annex 2 and NAT Regional supplementary procedures (ICAO Doc 7030) apply without exception.
3.2.2.3AAdditional requirements concerning microlights in the Icelandic flight rules (no. 770/2010).
3.3.1.2AAll flights that want to be provided with alerting service shall file a flight plan with the ANSP.
3.6.2.2BThe provision concerning deviation from Mach/airspeed is more detailed in the Annex 2 than the Icelandic regulation on Flight Rules, the Icelandic flight rules state:
b) Variation in true airspeed: if the average true airspeed at cruising level between reporting points varies or is expected to vary by plus or minus 5 per cent of the true airspeed, from that given in the flight plan, the appropriate air traffic services unit shall be so informed.
3.6.2.3CThe Icelandic regulation does not include provisions concerning the change of Mach number/true airspeed.The annex is more detailed than the Icelandic regulation on Flight Rules.
Appendix 4CRules for RPAS and UAS have not been established in Iceland.Rules are in force concerning flight models, see AIP ENR 1.1.10 and AIC 001 / 2014

GEN 1.7.3 Viðauki 3 - Veðurfræðileg þjónusta fyrir alþjóðaflug Annex 3 - Meteorological Service for International Air Navigation

17. útgáfa, júlí 201017th edition, July 2010
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
* Difference Category A - National regulation is more demanding B - Different in character or other means of compliance C - Less protective or partially implemented/not implemented
1.1 CNot used in IcelandThe forecast used deviates from GAMET to some extent
1.2CAll terms not explained in reg. No. 771/2010The term “service” is discussed in art. 3
2.1.1AThe Annex refers to “international air navigation” but the Icelandic regulation “air navigation”National regulation
3.3.2CThe IMO is not required to supply flight documentationIMO has thus far not supplied flight documentation; no requests to that effect have been put forward.
4.6.7CQFE values are only reported if specifically requestedThe need to compute and report QFE values has not been identified
6.2.5CTAF for international aerodromes that cannot be kept under continuous review shall be cancelled; no cancellation requirement is set for TAF for domestic aerodromesLow traffic numbers at domestic aerodromes; need for cancellation procedure has not been identified
6.2.6CPartially implemented. The period of validity of a routine TAF shall not be less than 6 hours nor more than 30 hours.
Routine TAF valid for 9 hours are issued every 3 hours between 0730 and 1630 UTC. Routine TAF valid for 24 hours are issued every 3 hours.
6.4.1CNot implementedNeed for specific take-off forecasts has not been identified for Icelandic aerodromes
6.5.1AMore exact. The IMO shall publish a forecast for flight conditions over Iceland. The forecast shall be prepared as an area forecast, employing approved ICAO abbreviations and numerical values; when chart form is used, the forecast shall be prepared as a combination of forecasts of upper wind and upper-air temperature, and of SIGWX phenomenaDue to Iceland being mountainous it is considered necessary to provide such MET info
6.5.2BThe area forecast shall cover the area between the surface of the earth and F180 and shall contain information on weather as well as en-route weather phenomena hazardous to low-level flightsSee above
6.5.3BThe area forecast shall be published every day of the year, and as often as is stated in an agreement between METP and the appropriate ATSP/operator. The area forecast shall at least contain the following information......[see MET No. 771/2010 reg. art 5.4.3 of for listing info]See above
7.1.4CReg. No. 771/2010 art 6.1.4 only applies to volcanic ash clouds and the VAAC as tropical cyclones do not occur in IcelandTropical cyclones are not experienced in Iceland
7.1.6CReg. No. 771/2010 art 6.1.5 does not cover tropical cyclonesSee remark abv.
7.3.1CAerodrome warnings are not a requirement.
If areodrome warnings are issued they shall be in accordance with Art. 7.3.1
9.3.1CReg. No. 771/2010 art 8.1.3 does not require MET information to include: forecasts for take-off; aerodrome warnings for the local aerodrome and GAMET area forecast (note that RANA does not req. GAMET area forecast)

GEN 1.7.4 Viðauki 4 - Flugkort Annex 4 - Aeronautical Charts

11. útgáfa, júlí 200911th edition, July 2009
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
* Difference Category A - National regulation is more demanding B - Different in character or other means of compliance C - Less protective or partially implemented/not implemented
1.1 AIcelandic regulation includes air taxiing of helicoptersThe definition is in concordance with the reg. No. 694/2010
2.3.3C1.3.3 A legend shall be published in the GEN chapter of AIPHas hereto been considered to be more practical, not least for reasons of space
2.8.2AANC reg 1.8.2 Icelandic letters can be used but warning shall be taken when using Icelandic letters on charts intended for international aviation
2.11CLess protective. Colour consistency shall be kept between chartsRecommendation; full implementations has not been determined
16CNot been implementedIceland does not publish the World Aeronautical Chart - ICAO 1:1 000 000.
17.1CLess protective. The chart shall provide information for VFR flights, for low speed and low altitudesFull implementation has not been determined
17.2BVFR chart shall be made available for territorial airspace
18CNot implementedIceland does not publish the AERONAUTICAL NAVIGATION CHART — ICAO SMALL SCALE
19CNot implementedIceland does not publish the PLOTTING CHART
21CNot implementedIceland does not publish the ATC SURVEILLANCE MINIMUM ALTITUDE CHART

GEN 1.7.5 Viðauki 5 - Mælieiningar sem nota skal í starfsemi á lofti og láði Annex 5 - Units of Measurement to be Used in Air and Ground Operations

5. útgáfa, júlí 20105th edition, July 2010
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
* Difference Category A - National regulation is more demanding B - Different in character or other means of compliance C - Less protective or partially implemented/not implemented
1CSiemens (S). Insufficient definition In Icelandic regulationsAlthough insufficient however a part of the SI-Units, published by the Icelandic Standards (IST) 2007
1 Tesla (T)CTesla. Insufficient definition in Icelandic regulationsAlthough insufficient however a part of the SI-Units, published by the Icelandic Standards (IST) 2007
3.3.1CLess demanding in regulationsHowever in SI- Units Guide published by the Icelandic Standards (IST) 2007
4.1CNot in regulation

GEN 1.7.6 Viðauki 6 - Starfsemi loftfara Annex 6 - Operation of Aircraft

GEN 1.7.6.1 I. hluti Alþjóða flutningaflug - Flugvélar Part I International Commercial Air Transport - Aeroplanes.
9. útgáfa, Júlí 20109th edition, July 2010
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
* Difference Category A - National regulation is more demanding B - Different in character or other means of compliance C - Less protective or partially implemented/not implemented
Chapter 1 definitionsAFor CAT IIIA operations, a runway visual range of not less than 200 m requiredEU-OPS: Appendix 1 to OPS 1.430(e)
Chapter 1 definitionsAFor CAT IIIB operations, runway visual range less than 200 m but not less than 75 m required (ICAO 175m/50m)EU-OPS: Appendix 1 to OPS 1.430(e)
Chapter 1 definitionsCCAT IIIC not defined
3.3.3COperators are not required to establish full SMS programme, only required to establish accident prevention and flight safety programme
4.3.4.3AAlternate airports must be specified in Operational Flight Plan and ATC flight plan for all IFR flights within Icelandic territory and from Iceland. Same applies for flights within or to Greenland.
4.5.1APilot in command is responsible of all crew members, passengers and cargo on board, as soon as he/she arrives on board, until he/she leaves the aeroplane at the end of the flight
6.3.3CNot implemented
6.5.2.1ALife jackets are required on board all Icelandic registered a/c
6.15.6CNo requirements for GPWS for piston aircraft more than 5700 kg or authorised to carry more than 9 passengers.Awaiting European regulations
6.19.2 / 6.19.3CNot implementedAwaiting European regulations
7.1.3CNot implementedAwaiting European regulations
8.3.2BNot regulated but done in practice and put in the contract between AOC holders and maintenance organisationsPart-M
8.7.2.1BNot regulated but common practice due to requirement for a quality systemPart-145
8.7.2.3BNot regulated but common practice due to requirement for a quality systemPart-145
8.7.3.3CMaintenance organisations are not required to establish full SMS programmeAwaiting European regulation
9.4.1BThe 90 day period can be extended to 120 days max by line flying under the supervision of a TRI or TRE
13.2.3BFlight compartment door must be closed prior to engine start until engine shut down after landing
13.2.3BCameras not required / procedures considered satisfactory
GEN 1.7.6.2 II. hluti Almennt alþjóðaflug - Flugvélar Part II International General Aviation - Aeroplanes.
7. útgáfa, júlí 20087th edition, July 2008
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
* Difference Category A - National regulation is more demanding B - Different in character or other means of compliance C - Less protective or partially implemented/not implemented
Chapter 1, DefinitionsCAirworthy not defined in regulation for general aviation, No 694/2010
Chapter 1, Definitions ACAT II RVR not less than 300m, CATIIIB RVR less than 200 m but not less than 75 m.
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCContinuing airworthiness not defined in regulation for general aviation, No 694/2010
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCEngine not defined in regulation for general aviation, No. 694/2010
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCEnhanced vision system (EVS) not defined in Regulation for general aviation, No 694/2010
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCHead up display (HUD) not defined In regulation for general aviation, No 694/2010
2.1.1.2CNot specified in regulation on General Aviation, No 694/2010
2.1.1.3CResponsibility for operational control is not specified
2.2.3.4.1BNot applicable for local flights
2.2.3.4.2ADestination alternate is required at all times for flight within Icelandic territory and to Iceland. The same applies for flights to or within Greenland (Icelandic registered aircraft)
2.2.3.5BFor a flight to be conducted in accordance with the instrument flight rules, at least one destination alternate aerodrome shall be selected and specified in the flight plan, unless: the aerodrome of intended landing is isolated and there is no suitable destination alternate aerodrome.
2.4.4.3.2BAlways required when operating more than 50 NM from suitable emergency landing site.
2.4.11.7CNot implemented
2.4.13.2CVFR flights not required to be equipped with pressure altitude reporting transponders
2.6.2.2ARegulation demands longer period of file keeping
2.8.1CNot specified in regulation for general aviation, No 694/2010
2.8.3CNot specified in regulation for general aviation, No 694/2010
Section 3CNo specific regulation for large and turbojet aeroplanes. Current legislation covers all categories of aeroplanes.Awaiting European regulations
GEN 1.7.6.3 III hluti. Alþjóðleg starfsemi - Þyrlur Part III International Operations -Helicopters.
7. útgáfa, júlí 20107th edition, July 2010
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
* Difference Category A - National regulation is more demanding B - Different in character or other means of compliance C - Less protective or partially implemented/not implemented
Chapter 1 DefinitionsACAT IIIB RVR not less than 75mJAR-OPS 3 definition
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCCAT IIIC not defined
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCCongested hostile environment not defined in regulation No 695/2010
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCEn-route phase not defined
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCFlight operations officer/flight dispatcher not defined in regulation No 695/2010 and not required in JAR-OPS 3
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCFlight safety document system not defined in regulation No 695/2010
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCGround handling not defined in regulation No 695/2010
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCHostile environment not defined in regulation No 695/2010
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCIntegrated survival suit not defined in regulation No 695/2010
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCNon-congested hostile environment not defined in regulation No 695/2010
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCNon-hostile environment not defined in regulation No 695/2010
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCOffshore operations not defined in regulation No 695/2010
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCOperation not defined in regulation No 695/2010
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCOperation specification not defined in regulation No 695/2010
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCOperator’s maintenance control manual not defined in regulation No 695/2010
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCRequired communication performance (RCP)not defined in regulation No 695/2010
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCRequired communication performance type (RCP type not defined in regulation No 695/2010
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCSafe forced landing not defined in regulation No 695/2010
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCSafety programme not defined in regulation No 695/2010
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCSeries of flight not defined in regulation No 695/2010
Chapter 1 DefinitionsCTake-off and initial climb phase not defined in regulation No 695/2010
1.1.5BJAR-OPS 3 requires operational control, there is no specific statement regarding delegation of ops control.
1.3.3COperators are not required to establish full SMS programme, only required to establish accident prevention and flight safety programmeAwaiting European regulation
2.3.6.2BJAR-OPS 3 states that taxi, trip, contingency (non-hostile 5% of planned trip fuel/ 10% for hostile and VFR) and final reserve fuel (20 minutes best range speed) is requiredJAR-OPS 3 requirement
2.3.6.3.2BJAR-OPS 3 states that 30 minutes is always required over destinationJAR-OPS 3 requirement
2.4.4.4ADuring take-off and landing, and whenever deemed necessary by the commander in the interest of safety, each crew member shall be properly secured by all safety belts and harnesses provided.Using harness is a requirement during take-off and landing in all cases
2.5.1 BPilot-in-commend is responsible when rotors are turningJAR-OPS 3 requirement
3.2.7.1CNot implemented
3.2.7.3.1BThree or more power units not stated in JAR-OPS 3. JAR-OPS 3
3.4.1AOperation in IMC for class 3 helicopters is not authorized
4.2.2CSpare electrical fuses not required in JAR-OPS 3JAR-OPS 3
4.3.1.5CNot implemented
4.3.2CFDR must record at least the last 8 and 5 hours of operation depending of issue of airworthiness certificationJAR-OPS 3
4.3.3.1BDifferent classification, but complied with.JAR-OPS 3
4.3.4BThe FDR records last 8 hours of operationJAR-OPS 3
5.1.3CNot implemented
5.2.2CNot implementedAwaiting European regulation
6.2.1BDue to Regulation 612/2005 (EC 1592/2002 now 216/2008), compliance with EU rules is mandatory in case of state of Operator is different from State of registry.Due to Regulation 612/2005 (EC 1592/2002 now 216/2008), compliance with EU rules is mandatory in case of state of Operator is different from State of registry
6.2.3 BCommon practice as the ICAA have a requirement for quality systemPART-M
6.3.2BNot regulated but done in practice and put in the contract between AOC Holders and maintenance organisationsPART-M
6.4.2AMore requirementsPART-M
6.8.2AMore strictPART-M
7.1.2 AAll flight crew member have radio licence
7.4.1.1BThe 90 day period can be extended to 120 days max. by line flying under the supervision of a nominated commanderJAR-OPS 3
7.4.3.1BTwice a year. The period between proficiency checks can be from 3 to 9 months.JAR-OPS 3
Section III
4.8.1-4.8.4AAlways required for Icelandic helicopters, not only when operating over water
4.9.1, 4.9.2BRequired for IFR operations, and specifically designated airspaces by Authority
6.2.2AKept for 120 daysPART M

GEN 1.7.7 Viðauki 7 - Þjóðerni loftfara og skrásetningarmerki Annex 7 - Aircraft Nationality and Registration Marks

5. útgáfa, júlí 20035th edition, July 2003
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
* Difference Category A - National regulation is more demanding B - Different in character or other means of compliance C - Less protective or partially implemented/not implemented
2.5AIceland doesn‘t permit mixing of letters and numbers in registration marks unless the aircraft has no type certificate.None.
7.1A„Holder“ is also included in the CoR.None
7.2CMissing.CoR‘s in Iceland are both in Icelandic and English, even though it is not mentioned in the Icelandic regulation.
General comment: In articles 2.1, 2.2, 2.5, 3.1, 6 and 8 both “Registration Mark“ and “Common Mark“ are mentioned. In Iceland only “Registration Mark” is being used.

GEN 1.7.8 Viðauki 8 - Lofthæfi loftfara Annex 8 - Airworthiness of Aircraft

10. útgáfa, apríl 200510.th edition, April 2005
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
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General remark:The responsibility of Annex 8 is with EASA. Please refer to EASA for list of differences

GEN 1.7.9 Viðauki 9 - Flugvallarvirkt Annex 9 - Facilitation

12. útgáfa, júlí 200512th edition, July 2005
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
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GEN 1.7.10 Viðauki 10 - Flugfjarskipti Annex 10 - Aeronautical Telecommunications

GEN 1.7.10.1 I. bindi ((Leiðsöguvirki) Volume I (Radio Navigation Aids).
5. útgáfa, júlí 19965th edition, July 1996
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
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GEN 1.7.10.2 II. bindi Verklagsreglur um fjarskipti
Volume II Aeronautical Telecommunications
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
5.2.2.1.3BReykjavik Control Centre maintains a continuous watch on VHF emergency channel.NIL

GEN 1.7.11 Viðauki 11 - Flugstjórnarþjónusta, flugupplýsingaþjónusta, viðbúnaðarþjónusta Annex 11 - Air Traffic Control Service, Flight Information Service, Alerting Service

13. útgáfa, júlí 200113th edition, July 2001
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
* Difference Category A - National regulation is more demanding B - Different in character or other means of compliance C - Less protective or partially implemented/not implemented
2.4.2CNot stated in ATS regulation No. 787/2010The state determines if ATS shall be provided in any given airspace, the state is bound by Annex 11.
2.10.3.3CNo upper limit is established for the oceanic control area
2.18.4CNot implementedICAA and Iceland Defence Agency have an agreement concerning adequate coordination; IDA and Isavia (ANSP) have established common procedures (MATAP) ensuring efficient and adequate coordination and cooperation
2.24.1.1.1CLess detailed requirement, stating that strayed a/c shall be given priority and all necessary assistance
2.14.1.1.2CNot implemented
2.27.2CThe acceptable level of safety has not been definedThe target level of safety has been set for the NAT region and is applied
2.29.2BThe primary language used in A/G communications is English for International flights. For Domestic flights either Icelandic or English is used. When English is not available at an A/G facility it will be indicated in AD BIXX 2.18 remarks column by "IC only".
3.7.2.1AReq. concerning clearances make no exceptions for supersonic flights
3.7.2.2CNot implemented regulationNo specific requirements set for supersonic flights
3.10CNot implemented
4.2.3CThe procedures only state that air-reports shall be forwarded to the MET office, not to other aircraft concerned
4.3.1.4CNot implementedRegional air navigation agreement does not require OFIS
4.3.4.8CNot implementedIsavia‘s procedures state that messages shall be kept brief and concise but do not set a 30 second time limit
4.4.1CHF and/or VHF VOLMET broadcasts and/or D-VOLMET service is not providedRANA does not require such service
4.4.2CNot applicable
5.1.1AAlerting service is provided to all known aircraft
5.2.2.1CNot implemented in regulation
5 4CNot implemented in regulation Has been practiced
5.6.2CThe requirement is not stated explicitly
6.1.1.2CNot applicableRCP types have not been prescribed
6.2.1.2CNot applicableRCP types have not been prescribed by the state.
6.2.2.3.4CNot implemented
7.1.3.5CNot implemented
7.1.3.6CNot implementedEquipment to detect wind shear is not used in Iceland; wind shear information is available only from PIREPs and weather forecasts
7.1.4.5CNot implemented
7.1.4.6CNot implementedEquipment to detect wind shear is not used in Iceland; wind shear information is available only from PIREPs and weather forecasts
7.1.4.7CNot implemented

GEN 1.7.12 Viðauki 12 - Leit og björgun Annex 12 - Search and Rescue

8. útgáfa, júlí 20048th edition, July 2004
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
* Difference Category A - National regulation is more demanding B - Different in character or other means of compliance C - Less protective or partially implemented/not implemented
1 definitionsCNot all definitions are in Icelandic regulation on SAR. No. 71/2011All items/concepts used in Icelandic regulation on SAR are defined or are defined in other Icelandic regulations
2.1.4CNot applicable, one combined coordination centreIn Iceland one coordinated rescue centre is operated and there are no subcenters
2.3.1CNot applicable, one combined coordination centreIn Iceland one coordinated rescue centre is operated which is responsible for the whole region and there are no sub-centres
3.3.1BDifferent in charactedContact The Icelandic Coast Guard on this item www.lhg.is
5.3CNot applicableNot considered applicable for Iceland because of position

GEN 1.7.13 Viðauki 13 - Flugslys og atvikarannsókn Annex 13 - Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation

13. útgáfa, júlí 201013th edition, July 2010
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
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GEN 1.7.14 Viðauki 14 - Flugvellir Annex 14 - Aerodromes

GEN 1.7.14.1 I. bindi Hönnun og rekstur flugvalla. Volume I Aerodrome Design and Operations.
5. útgáfa, júlí 20095th edition, July 2009
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
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GEN 1.7.14.2 II. bindi Þyrluvellir. Volume II Heliports.
3. útgáfa, júlí 20093nd edition, July 2009
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
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GEN 1.7.15 Viðauki 15 - Upplýsingaþjónusta flugmála Annex 15 - Aeronautical Information Services

13. útgáfa, júlí 201013th edition, July 2010
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
* Difference Category A - National regulation is more demanding B - Different in character or other means of compliance C - Less protective or partially implemented/not implemented
2 PrecisionCNot implemented in regulation No. 772/2010
3.1.2CIf AIS provides pre-flight information service it shall…Pre-flight information service has not been provided by the AIS
3.6.1AAIP, AIP SUP and AIC shall be published in Icelandic and English.
3.7.1.2BIncluded in art. 3.7.1.1 is the requirement that aeronautical geographical coordinates shall be expressed in accordance with Annex 15 art. 3.7.1
3.7.1.3BIncluded in art. 3.7.1.1 is the requirement that aeronautical geographical coordinates shall be expressed in accordance with Annex 15 art. 3.7.1
3.7.1.4BIncluded in art. 3.7.1.1 is the requirement that aeronautical geographical coordinates shall be expressed in accordance with Annex 15 art. 3.7.1
3.7.2.2BIncluded in art. 3.7.2.1 is the requirement that the vertical reference system shall be in accordance with Annex 15, art. 3.7.2
3.7.2.3BIncluded in art. 3.7.2.1 is the requirement that the vertical reference system shall be in accordance with Annex 15, art. 3.7.2
3.7.2.4BIncluded in art. 3.7.2.1 is the requirement that the vertical reference system shall be in accordance with Annex 15, art. 3.7.2
3.7.2.5BIncluded in art. 3.7.2.1 is the requirement that the vertical reference system shall be in accordance with Annex 15, art. 3.7.2
3.7.3.2ARegulation No. 772/2010 does not allow for a different temporal reference system to be used in any applications
4.3.7CNot implemented
4.4.5CNot implemented
5.1.1.4CLess protective: 24 hrs. permitted when the restriction will have small effect on general air traffic
5.2.5ALetters A to Z, with the exception of S, T and V may be used to identify a NOTAM series
5.2.12BFor internationally distributed NOTAMs the checklist shall be sent via AFS; for domestically distributed NOTAMs (C-NOTAMs) it need only be sent via electronic means.
5.2.13.3CNot implemented
7.1.1.2CPartially implemented.Temporary supplements or diversions from AIP (AD 1.2.2), winter plan of aerodromes/ heliports shall be published.

GEN 1.7.16 Viðauki 16 - Umhverfisverndun Annex 16 - Environmental Protection

GEN 1.7.16.1 I. bindi Hávaði loftfara Volume I Aircraft Noise.
5. útgáfa, júlí 20085th edition, July 2008
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
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GEN 1.7.16.2 II. bindi Loftmengun hreyfla loftfara. Volume II Aircraft Engine Emissions.
3. útgáfa, júlí 20083nd edition, July 2008
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GEN 1.7.17 Viðauki 17 - Flugvernd í alþjóðlegu almenningsflugi gegn ólögmætum aðgerðum Annex 17 - Security Safeguarding International Civil Aviation against Acts of Unlawful Interference

8. útgáfa, júlí 20068 th edition, July 2006
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
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GEN 1.7.18 Viðauki 18 - Öruggur flutningur í lofti á hættulegum varningi Annex 18 - The Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air

3. útgáfa, júlí 2001, 4. útgáfa júlí 20113rd edition, July 2001, 4th edition, July 2011
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
* Difference Category A - National regulation is more demanding B - Different in character or other means of compliance C - Less protective or partially implemented/not implemented
1.2.3CNot in regulationRequirement has not been implemented in regulation
2.5.1CRegulation 322/1990 has reference to Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air.Iceland has not informed ICAO as of now.

GEN 1.7.19 Viðauki 19 - Viðauki 19 Öryggisstjórnun Annex 19 - Safety Management

1. útgáfa, júlí 20131st edition, July 2013
ReferenceDifference Category*Details of DifferencesRemarks
* Difference Category A - National regulation is more demanding B - Different in character or other means of compliance C - Less protective or partially implemented/not implemented
NILNILNILDevelopment in progress

GEN 1.7.20 Gögn sem fylgja ekki gæðakröfum Evrópureglugerð (EU) 73/2010 (ADQ). Data not compliant with data quality requirements of Commission Regulation (EU) 73/2010 (ADQ)

Efni Flugmálahandbókar Íslands (AIP) fylgir ekki gæðakröfum um gögn sem fram koma í Evrópureglugerð (EU) 73/2010 (ADQ).AIP Iceland is not compliant with data quality requirements of Commission Regulation (EU) 73/2010 (ADQ).