PTO / STO time

05:59 Sep 19, 2019
English to French translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Aerospace / Aviation / Space
English term or phrase: PTO / STO time
Bonjour,

Dans une liste de vols dans un aéroport donné, nous avons deux colonnes: PTO time et STO time. Il y a une différence de quelques minutes entre ces deux horaires.

Qui connait ces abréviations en anglais et leurs équivalents en français?

Merci d'avance et bonne journée,
Grace
Grace Shalhoub
France
Local time: 23:00


Summary of answers provided
4 -1horaire de décollage prévu / horaire de décollage estimé
Nicolas Gambardella
Summary of reference entries provided
Take Off Time? ... Which one?
Daryo

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pto / sto time
horaire de décollage prévu / horaire de décollage estimé


Explanation:
Ce sont deux horaires de décollage, l'un d'après le plan de vol, l'autre d'après l'horaire de départ du terminal.

STOT Scheduled Take Off Time The estimated take off time derived from an aircraft operators schedule, typically based on a standard taxi-out time

PTOT Planned Take Off Time The time the aircraft is expected to take off derived from the flight plan.

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Would "programmée" suits better for scheduled? Actually, I should have used "heure" instead of "horaire" since it what is generally used.

STO -> Heure de départ programmée
PTO -> Heure de départ prévue

(ETO would then be "estimée" and CTO would be "calculée")


    Reference: http://mediawiki.ivao.aero/index.php?title=Air_Traffic_Flow_...
Nicolas Gambardella
United Kingdom
Local time: 22:00
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench

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disagree  Daryo: very good refs. but the translation makes no sense - NONE OF THEM could be seen as "estimé" / any refs in French? // in fact there is separate category ETOT Estimated Take Off Time!
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16 hrs
Reference: Take Off Time? ... Which one?

Reference information:
STOT = Scheduled Take Off Time =The estimated take off time derived from an aircraft operators schedule, typically based on a standard taxi-out time

PTOT = Planned Take Off Time = Time aircraft is expected to take off derived from the flight
plan.

TTOT = Target Take Off Time = The Target Take off Time taking into account the
TOBT/TSAT plus Estimated Taxi-Out Time

CTOT = Calculated Take off Time = A time calculated and issued by ATFM Unit, as a result of
tactical slot allocation, at which a flight is expected become airborne

ETOT = Estimated Take Off Time = The Estimated take off time taking into account EOBT plus
Estimated Taxi-Out Time

ATOT = Actual Take Off time =The time that an aircraft takes off from the runway
(Equivalent to ATC ATD–Actual Time of Departure, ACARS = OFF)

C-ATFM-OPERATIONS HANDBOOK VERSION 1.0
CCC-ATFM AAI/ATFM/2017/V2.0 Hand Book pg. 42, 43

https://aim-india.aai.aero/sites/default/files/ais_docs/ATFM...

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also

from the International Civil Aviation Organization (flying real airplanes)

https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meetings/2015 ATFM_SG5/WP21 ATFM T...


from the IVAO - International Virtual Aviation Organisation (flying airplanes on computer screens)

http://mediawiki.ivao.aero/index.php?title=Air_Traffic_Flow_...



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https://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/documents/downloa...

Daryo
United Kingdom
Native speaker of: Native in SerbianSerbian, Native in FrenchFrench
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