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1 FLIGHT SCHEDULE MONITOR (FSM) LESSON 9 ISSUING A GROUND STOP Spring 2005 FSM Version 8.0

2 LESSON OBJECTIVES IAW the ETMS Reference Manual and without references, you will demonstrate: Setting the parameters of a GS. Sending the Coversheet/Advisory. Expanding the Scope of a GS. Reducing the Scope of a standalone GS. Reducing the Scope of a GS within a GDP Moving from a GS into a GDP.

3 1. Ensure the appropriate airport is active. 2. Go to GDT mode.

4 Select either GS Immediate or GS Future

5 Set the Start time by using the textbox or the pointer. Set the end time by using the textbox, pointer or by filling in the duration.

6 2. Enter the program rate. 1. Adjust the rate on the AAR tab. 4. Click Fill. 3. Click Auto. 5. Review the rate adjustments.

7 2. Select the center grouping from the dropdown list or select the appropriate checkboxes. 1. Select the facilities to be stopped on the Tier/Dist tab.

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9 Click Model for FSM to model the ground stop. Click Run to open the GS Coversheet

10 4. Click Preview Advisory to review your advisory. 1. Review the GS parameters 3. Fill in the Advisory information and select the Advisory checkbox. 2. Select the General, Tier/Dist and Program Results checkboxes.

11 Preview Advisory information.

12 6. Click Send.

13 7. The Program Manager appears. When the Program Manager is active, the Coversheet becomes inactive (notice gray overlay).

14 Monitoring Ground Stop Flights Get a flight list of ground stopped flights from the Bar Graph. –Add the control type to the flight list. Get a complete flight list of ground stopped flights from the Query Manager.

15 Pulling a Ground Stopped Flight list 2. Select the Ground Stopped checkbox. Then double-click on the yellow flights in the bar graph to open the flight list. 1. Open the color legend. Select and deselect the ALL checkbox.

16 Notice the number of GS flights is 5 … one flight departed at the time this list was pulled.

17 Ground Stopped flight list using the Query Manager. Select the Query Manager button from the FSM Control Panel.

18 The Set Data Set window appears. Select the appropriate airport and click OK. Select the Built_IN filter AND Ground_Stopped, then click on the Flight List button.

19 The Ground Stopped flight list window appears.

20 Expanding the Scope of a GS To include more facilities in a Ground Stop, a revision is needed.

21 3. Click Send. 2. Enter the airport. 1. Suspend substitutions.

22 Can Flights sub during a GS? Yes, flights can sub in a Ground Stop. Users can sub flights during a ground stop to reorder their flights based on their operational priority. The same number of flights are still stopped. Subbed flights are colored brown in FSM, even for flights that were subbed during a Ground Stop Some Users sub flights in a Ground Stop when there is likely to be a transition from a GS into a GDP.

23 1. Select Ground Stop Immediate.

24 2. Select File > Load Actual Parameters > Ground Stop to load the current parameters.

25 3. Select center grouping from the drop down menu or select the appropriate checkboxes to increase the facilities stopped.

26 Reducing the Scope of a standalone GS To release some facilities from a Ground Stop, a few steps need to be taken: –Purge the current GS using ETMS Tools (using this method will not send an advisory) –Issue a new GS without the released facilities included. –Include an explanation of the released facilities in the new GS advisory.

27 1. Select ETMS Tools > ETMS Commands > EDCT Purge 2. Enter airport ID and Click Send to purge the Ground Stop Note: Only do this when there is a standalone Ground Stop. If there is a GDP in place, no NOT purge the Ground Stop, it will purge the all EDCTs, including GDP flights.

28 1. Select GS Immediate to issue a new Ground Stop. 2. Select the new reduced scope of the Ground Stop. Issuing the Ground Stop with the reduced scope:

29 3. Select Run to generate the GS Coversheet.

30 5. Select Actual and Reason. Include an explanation about the facilities that have been released. 4. Select the General, Tier/Dist and Program Results checkboxes. 6. Click Send

31 Reducing the Scope of a GS within a GDP Do not purge the GS – this will purge all EDCTs; both GS and GDP flights. Send a GDP revision – by STATUS. Wait for the GDP revision to reflect. Model an Immediate GS. Send out the GS

32 Reducing the Scope of a GS within a GDP: MCO All Ground Stop within the GDP

33 3. Click Send. 2. Enter the airport. 1. Suspend substitutions.

34 To reduce the GS Scope, you must first issue a GDP revision to effectively cancel the larger scope Ground Stop 2. Select File > Load Actual Parameters > Ground Delay Program to load the current GDP parameters 3. Select STATUS from Exempt by Departure dropdown 4. Model and Send a GDP revision using STATUS.

35 5. Wait for the GDP Revision to reflect in FSM. Notice that the Ground Stopped flights have been reassigned new EDCTs with the GDP revision.

36 Go back into GDT to issue a reduced Ground Stop 7. Select the reduced Scope of the Ground Stop. 6. Select GS Immediate from the Program Type dropdown 8. Model and Run

37 9. In the Comments section of the Advisory, inform Users of who was released from the Ground Stop.

38 Ground Stop within the GDP is now reduced from a ALL to a No West Ground Stop

39 Moving from a GS into a GDP When a Ground Stop is no longer appropriate, a GDP may be implemented to recover from the stop and manage traffic for the next several hours. The current GS does not need to be purged. Issuing the GDP overwrites GS flights. Two key modifications need to be made when issuing the GDP.

40 3. Click Send. 2. Enter the airport. 1. Suspend substitutions.

41 Two modifications need to made when going from a GS into a GDP: 1. Select Status

42 2. Select Actual and Reason. Include an explanation that flights are released on new EDCTs. Select the General, Tier/Dist and Program Results checkboxes. Click Send

43 LESSON 7.2 EXERCISES Monitor an airport with no TMI event running. Go to GDT mode. Model a GS –Select to run an immediate or future GS. –Set the time range. –Set the new AAR. –Identify the facilities to be stopped. –Model the GS. Send the GS –Run the GS. –Send out the GS from the coversheet/advisory. Monitor an airport with a ground stop running. Get a flight list of ground stopped flights from the Bar Graph.

44 LESSON 7.2 EXERCISES, continued Add the control type to the flight list. Get a complete flight list of ground stopped flights from the Query Manager. Extend and Expand the GS –Monitor an airport with a GS in place –Turn Subs Off –Model a GS revision The end time should be later than the current GS end time Select to stop more facilities than those currently stopped –Issue the GS Include a statement about the GS being extended and expanded in the advisory Reduce the scope of a Stand Alone GS –Monitor an airport with a GS in place –Cancel the current GS –Issue a new GS with less facilities stopped –Include a comment about the released facilities in the GS advisory.

45 LESSON 7.2 EXERCISES, continued Reduce the scope of a GS within a GDP –Monitor an airport with a GS and GDP in place –Turn Subs Off –Revise the GDP –Issue a new Immediate GS with less facilities stopped –Include a comment about the released facilities in the GS advisory. Go from a GS into a GDP –Monitor an airport with a GS in place –Turn Subs Off –Model a GDP to come out of the GS Exempt flights by Status –Issue the GDP Include a statement about the GS being cancelled in the advisory

46 LESSON OBJECTIVES IAW the ETMS Reference Manual and without references, you will demonstrate: Setting the parameters of a GS. Sending the Coversheet/Advisory. Expanding the Scope of a GS. Reducing the Scope of a standalone GS. Reducing the Scope of a GS within a GDP Moving from a GS into a GDP.

47 THANK YOU! NATIONAL TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT TRAINING ATO-R, ATCSCC


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