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​What is the uncertainty assessment?

Uncertainty assessment is an integral part of the monitoring and reporting guidelines.

Airlines are required to monitor tonne-kilometer data and fuel consumption over an annual reporting period to a maximum level of uncertainty of 2.5% for Tier 2 or 5% for Tier 1 operators.

Airlines must understand and identify possible causes of uncertainty of monitoring.

Airlines must take all necessary action to prevent missing data from occurring by implementing suitable quality control activities.
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