Skratky a kódy, potrebné na dekódovanie a kódovanie dokumentov, ktoré sú plne v súlade s ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) – Dokument 8400 „Skratky a kódy“.

Skratka / značkaVýznam skratky / značky
TTemperature
TATransition altitude
TAATerminal arrival altitude
TACANUHF tactical air navigation aid
TAFAerodrome forecast (in meteorological code)
TAILTail wind
TARTerminal area surveillance radar
TASTrue airspeed
TAXTaxiing or taxi
TCTropical cyclone
TCACTropical cyclone advisory centre
TCUTowering cumulus
TDOTornado
TDZTouchdown zone
TECRTechnical reason
TELTelephone
TEMPOTemporary or temporarily
TFCTraffic
TGLTouch-and-go landing
TGSTaxiing guidance system
THRThreshold
THRUThrough
THUThursday
TIBATraffic information broadcast by aircraft
TILUntil
TIPUntil past… (place)
TKOFTake-off
TL . . .Till (followed by time by which weather change is forecast to end)
TLOFTouchdown and lift-off area
TMATerminal control area
TN . . .Minimum temperature (followed by figures in TAP)
TNATurn altitude
TNHTurn height
TO …To … (place)
TOCTop of climb
TODATake-off distance available
TODAHTake-off distance available, helicopter
TOPCloud top
TORATake-off run available
TPTurning point
TRTrack
TRATemporary reserved airspace
TRANSTransmits or transmitter
TRENDTrend forecast
TRLTransition level
TROPTropopause
TSThunderstorm (in aerodrome reports and forecasts, TS used alone means thunder heard but no precipitation at the aerodrome)
TS …Thunderstorm (followed by RA= rain, SN = snow, PL = ice pellets, GR = hail, GS = small hail and/or snow pellets or combinations thereof, e.g. TSRASN = thunderstorm with rain and

snow)

TUETuesday
TURBTurbulence
T-VASIST visual approach slope indicator system
TVORTerminal VOR
TWRAerodrome control tower or aerodrome control
TWYTaxiway
TWYLTaxiway-link
TX…Maximum temperature (followed by figures in TAP)
TXTText
TYPType of aircraft
TYPHTyphoon
UUpward (tendency in RVR during previous 10 minutes)
UAB…Until advised by . .
UACUpper area control centre
UARUpper air route
UDFUltra high frequency direction-finding station
UFNUntil further notice
UHDTUnable higher due traffic
UHFUltra high frequency [300 to 3 000 MHz]
UICUpper information centre
UIRUpper flight information region
ULRUltra long range
UNAUnable
UNAPUnable to approve
UNLUnlimited
UNRELUnreliable
UPUnidentified precipitation (used in automated METAR/SPECI)
U/SUnserviceable
UTAUpper control area
UTCCoordinated Universal Time
…V…Variations from the mean wind direction (preceded and followed by figures in METAR/SPECI, e.g. 350V070)
VAVolcanic ash
VAACVolcanic ash advisory centre
VAC…Visual approach chart (followed by name/title)
VALIn valleys
VANRunway control van
VARMagnetic variation
VARVisual-aural radio range
VASISVisual approach slope indicator systems
VC…Vicinity of the aerodrome (followed by FG =fog, FC = funnel cloud, SH = shower, PO = dust/sand whirls, BLDU = blowing dust, BLSA = blowing sand, BLSN = blowing snow, DS = duststorm, SS

= sandstorm, TS = thunderstorm or VA = volcanic ash, e.g. VCFG = vicinity fog)

VCYVicinity
VDFVery high frequency direction-finding station
VERVertical
VFRVisual flight rules
VHFVery high frequency [30 to 300 MHz]
VIPVery important person
VISVisibility
VLFVery low frequency [3 to 30 kHz]
VLRVery long range
VMCVisual meteorological conditions
VOLMETMeteorological information for aircraft in flight
VORVHF omnidirectional radio range
VORTACVOR and TACAN combination
VPAVertical path angle
VRBVariable
VSABy visual reference to the ground
VSPVertical speed
VTOLVertical take-off and landing
VV…Vertical visibility (followed by figures in METAR/SPECI and TAP)