loss of separation

loss of separation

An occurrence in which less than the authorized minimum distance existed or in which the minimum distance was not assured.
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The incident, described as a "loss of separation" between the two planes with a combined 352 passengers and crew on board, took place on August 13 last year, an Air Accidents Investigation Branch report has revealed.
Boeing 737 (EI-FJW) and Airbus A320 (OE-IVC) loss of separation during commercial passenger flights at Edinburgh Airport.
The planes involved were a landing Boeing 737, which was less than 1km away from a departing Airbus A320 - a situation described by investigators as a "loss of separation" between the two.
The Federal Aviation Administration released a statement that said it is investigating "a possible loss of separation" between two aircraft departing from O'Hare after one plane didn't fly straight ahead as directed and turned.
"An outsider can never understand the terror and persecution, the loss of separation from parents and family that will never be seen again, and the suffering of those who, by good grace, are still alive, children and adults alike, who have survived the ultimate cruelty of the human race," he stated, at a Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremony in Masua.
The incident, called a 'loss of separation', occurred 75km southeast of the RF Base Tindal, near Katherine.
24 when an air-traffic controller cleared the Jetstar A320 to climb through the larger plane's cruise level, which resulted in a so-called "loss of separation".
Qantas said that a "loss of separation", the technical term when planes breach the distance they are required to maintain between each other, happened near Adelaide.
A spokeswoman for easyJet said: "We can confirm we are aware that Liverpool John Lennon Airport has filed a technical report to declare a slight loss of separation occurred between an easyJet aircraft and another plane.
The jet aircraft was issued a go-around to avoid the loss of separation.
Cathay Pacific Airways, a Hong Kong based carrier, and its subsidiary Dragonair on Tuesday confirmed a loss of separation incident occurred at around 13:13 on 18 September 2011 between Cathay Pacific Airways flight CX841 from New York and Dragonair flight KA433 from Kaoshiung.
Gartner has identified the six most common virtualisation security risks that include the information security isn't initially involved in the virtualisation projects; a compromise of the virtualization layer could result in the compromise of all hosted workloads; the lack of visibility and controls on internal virtual networks created for VM-to-VM communications blinds existing security policy enforcement mechanisms; workloads of different trust levels are consolidated onto a single physical server without sufficient separation; adequate controls on administrative access to the hypervisor/VMM layer and that the administrative tools are lacking while alongside there is a potential loss of separation of duties for network and security controls.