Presentation on theme: "ANS & Airport, how to have a collaborate approach to expansion and safety? Jan Blyckert General Manager Global Aerospace Logistics GAL – Air Navigation."— Presentation transcript:
1 ANS & Airport, how to have a collaborate approach to expansion and safety? Jan Blyckert General Manager Global Aerospace Logistics GAL – Air Navigation ServicesGood morning, my name is Jan Blyckert General Manager of GAL Air Navigation Services and responsible for Abu Dhabi Airports ANS Operation. My background is Air Traffic Controller and Manager of Air Side Operations at Stockohlm Airport.
2 Short introduction of GAL Air Navigation SERVICE provider Expansion – Airport unique solutionCollaborate approach – what do we mean ?I will take the opportunity to give a short presentations of GAL. Talk a bit of the framework that regulates the provision of services for ANS, then move into the discussion of expansion and how we can have a collaborate approach for the service delivery to our end costuners – the Airlines.
3 What I am going to talk about is not rocket siense and I know that most of you have a knowlednge of what I am going to talk about. What I will do is just take the available knowledge and pack it in a different way like….
4 GAL EXPANSION IN CIVIL MARKET GAL has teamed with:LFV – Sweden’s Air Navigation ProviderAbu Dhabi Polytechnic – Emirati Graduates in Air Traffic Management DegreeGAL awarded major contracts to provide Civil Air Navigation Services for :RAK AirportADAC – Abu Dhabi International, Al Bateen, Al Ain & Delma Airports – 5+2 Year Contract
5 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL OPERATIONS & MANAGEMENT Operating all military airfields and 6 civilian AirportCurrently employs over 200 Air Traffic Controllers, 66 Air Traffic Controllers Assistants,12 Air Traffic Services Instructors, Admin staff, ManagementTrained over 500 students in a variety of different ATC courses to date, The ATS Training Center is approved by the UAE regulator (GCAA) to provide all ATS Courses, and English language training & testing in accordance with ICAO requirements.ATS Services include operations, training, engineering, simulation, ATC tower and radar approach management, UAE National ATS Program Management training & execution
6 AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT & SUPPORT Airport & Air Base ServicesAirfield Equip SupportAir Traffic MgmtATSAirfield Equipment MaintenanceAir Base Upgrades & ModernizationTroubleshooting & Repair of all NAVAIDs & Communications EquipmentArresting Gear & Airfield Lighting Maint.Air Traffic Services (ATS)Air Traffic ControllersEngineering SpecialistsATC InstructorsGCAA (General Civil Aviation Authority approvals and ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) complianceSMS (Safety Management System)ATS, CNS, Met at Ras Al KhaimahGAL ATS Training CentreOperational approval for ADACAir Traffic ManagementLeadership, Safety, and RegulationAirspace ManagementCommunications, Navigation & Surveillance Equip Management
7 SERVICE PROVIDER Government Department: Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Armenia, Bahamas, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados,Belarus, Belize, Bolivia, Botswana, Brunei, Chad, Chile, Cook Island, Costa Rica, ElSalvador, Ethiopia, Gambia, Ghana, Guatemala, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jamaica,Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Laos, Liberia, China, Brazil, Mexico, Indonesia, Malaysia,South Korea, Syria, France, Greece, Japan, Luxembourg, KSA (GACA) , UAEGovernment AgencyNigeria (NAMA), USA (FAA)State EnterpriseAustralia (Airservice Aus.), Belgium (Belgocontrol), Bulgaria (ATSA), CzechRepublic (ANS CR), Denmark (Naviair), Egypt (NANSC), Finland (Finnish CAA),Hungary (Hungarocontrol), Malta (MATS), Netherlands (LVNL), Portugal (NAV EP),Poland (PL), Romania (ROMANTSA), Russia, Slovakia (LPS), Spain (AENA),Sweden (LFV), Thailand (AEROTHAI)Corporatized EntityAustria (Austro Control), Croatia (Croatia Control), Estonia (EANS), Germany(DFS), Ireland (IAA), Italy (ENAV), New Zealand (Airways Corp), Norway (Avinor), GALPartly Private EntityATC at selected airports in UK, Canada (Nav Canada), United Kingdom (NATS),Switzerland (Skyguide),The structure of ANS Providers in different all over the world from
8 SERVICE PROVIDER Service delivery Company/ Government requirements Civil Aviation RegulationsUNITED ARAB EMIRATESServicedeliveryCompany/ GovernmentrequirementsRegulatoryrequirementsSo, the framework for the ans Provision is Regulatory requirements, company or govrement requirements – here is where the model and terms change. When you operate a Company wheather it is a private or govreemnt own you have to have a substantial buisiness model that can cope with the quick changes in the aviation industry and meet the expacations of the Airspec Users. If you operate under a Govrent entety you will allways be limited on your provision of services dependenp on the allocated govrement budget. This will limit the possibility to meet the end users and airport requirements as it have to be adressed through a govrement body.Airportrequirements
9 Streamlined ANS & Airport Operations WHAT IS DRIVING THE EXPANSION –The collaborationCost efficient and environment friendly Airline operationAirport & ANS collaborationService ProvisionDefine Service levelsDefine bottle necksInvestment plansCapacity enhancement – Increased Safety performanceReduced emissionEfficient manpower planning – Provide requested serviceCross use of manpower – Safety Management/Airside OperationsStreamlined ANS & Airport Operations
11 EXPANSION – AIRPORT UNIQE RAZ AL KHAIMA ATC services are provided H24 from the airport. At present, Radar services are provided from Sunday - Thursday local. An Approach Procedural service is provided outside of the radar hours of availability.– Cost efficient solution– provision of required service to passenger & cargo flight
13 SAFETY – The collaboration Integrated Safety management System Local Runway Safety TeamWildlife ManagementAirside Safety CampaignsAirside Driving Training – English Language ProficiencyAirside Safety and ANS Safety – define Accountability and responsibility