13-1-5. THE AIRCRAFT LIST (ACL), DEPARTURE LIST (DL) AND FLIGHT DATA MANAGEMENT

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  • 13-1-5. THE AIRCRAFT LIST (ACL), DEPARTURE LIST (DL) AND FLIGHT DATA MANAGEMENT

    1. The ACL must be used as the sector team’s primary source of flight data.
    2. Actively scan EDST to identify automated notifications that require sector team action.
    3. When an ACL or DL entry has a Remarks indication, the Remarks field of the flight plan must be reviewed. Changes to the Remarks field must also be reviewed.
    4. Highlighting an entry on the ACL or DL must be used to indicate the flight requires an action or special attention.
    5. The Special Posting Area (SPA) should be used to group aircraft that have special significance (e.g., aircraft to be sequenced, air refueling missions, formations).
    6. Sector teams shall post flight progress strips for any non-radar flights.
    7. A flight progress strip shall be posted for any flight plan not contained in the EAS.
    8. Sector teams shall post any flight progress strip(s) that are deemed necessary for safe or efficient operations. The sector team shall comply with all applicable facility directives to maintain posted flight progress strips.
    9. The Drop Track Delete option shall be used in accordance with facility directives.
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