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SINGLE EUROPEAN SKY A COMMON APPROACH FOR COMMON BENEFITS FOR ATM, COCKPIT AND AIRPORT TUESDAY 10th November 2009 CLARION CONGRESS HOTEL PRAGUE Jan Klas.

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1 SINGLE EUROPEAN SKY A COMMON APPROACH FOR COMMON BENEFITS FOR ATM, COCKPIT AND AIRPORT TUESDAY 10th November 2009 CLARION CONGRESS HOTEL PRAGUE Jan Klas Director General

2 A COMMON APPROACH FOR COMMON BENEFITS FOR ATM, COCKPIT AND AIRPORT AIRLINES (COCKPIT) AIRLINES (COCKPIT) AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURERS AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURERS AIRPORT HANDLING SERVICES AIRPORT HANDLING SERVICES AIRCRAFT LEASING COMPANIES AIRCRAFT LEASING COMPANIES CATERING COMPUTER RESERVATION SYSTEM COMPUTER RESERVATION SYSTEM ATM AIRPORTS THE AIR TRANSPORT VALUE CHAIN OPPORTUNITIES Improve relations between airspace users, service providers and airports Improve safety, performance and efficiency levels Traininig principles

3 ANS CR as a reliable and predictable part of the Czech civil aviation, actively supporting its further dynamic development and at the same time proactive member of the European integration and liberalization processes in the ATM area, with the aim to increase the overall value and competitive strenght. ANS CR VISION MISSION Provision of air navigation services in the airspace of the Czech Republic and at Prague – Ruzyně, Brno – Tuřany, Ostrava Mošnov and Karlovy Vary airports Air Traffic Flow Management Airspace Management Search and Rescue Service Aeronautical Information Service Czech Air Navigation Institute (CANI) A COMMON APPROACH FOR COMMON BENEFITS FOR ATM, COCKPIT AND AIRPORT

4 COMPANY´S STRATEGY Stabile development of the core activities and their scope for acceptable price Support development activities in the European region Diversification of commericial activities in Europe and in other world regions I. II. III. to ensure permanently safe, high-quality, transparent and sustaianable air navigation services to all users of the airspace in the area of ANS CR responsibility to ensure cost-effective air navigation sevices to all users of the airspace in compliance with the long-term Europan-wide trends of cost reduction to be a leader in the development and operation of the functional airspace block in the Central European region (FAB CE) to promote the implementation Single European Sky project to broaden the portfolio and scope of commercial services, primarily in the area of ANS CR key competence A COMMON APPROACH FOR COMMON BENEFITS FOR ATM, COCKPIT AND AIRPORT

5 WHY SINGLE EUROPEAN SKY? The European aviation market – key figures A 140bn business Carrying over 750 million passengers (of which 460 million within EU) 37% of world air passenger traffic 138 airlines (scheduled passenger carriers) 5,250 aircrafts in service The European aviation market – key figures A 140bn business Carrying over 750 million passengers (of which 460 million within EU) 37% of world air passenger traffic 138 airlines (scheduled passenger carriers) 5,250 aircrafts in service A COMMON APPROACH FOR COMMON BENEFITS FOR ATM, COCKPIT AND AIRPORT

6 A COMMON APPROACH FOR COMMON BENEFITS FOR ATM, COCKPIT AND AIRPORT

7 COSTS OF FRAGMENTATION A COMMON APPROACH FOR COMMON BENEFITS FOR ATM, COCKPIT AND AIRPORT

8 To restructure European airspace as a function of air traffic flows, rather than according to national borders FUNCTIONAL AIRSPACE BLOCKS To create additional capacity - Flexible Use of Airspace Common requirements for ANSP, certification & designation To increase the overall efficiency of the ATM system To enhance safety standards Common Air Traffic Controller License Separation of regulatory activities from service provision Uniform system of charging SES OBJECTIVES A COMMON APPROACH FOR COMMON BENEFITS FOR ATM, COCKPIT AND AIRPORT

9 SINGLE EUROPEAN SKY II FOUR PILLARS SINGLE EUROPEAN SKY II FOUR PILLARS ERFORMANCEERFORMANCE APACITYAPACITY AFETYAFETY ECHNOLOGYECHNOLOGY C C P P S S T T FABs AIRPORTS EASA SESAR A COMMON APPROACH FOR COMMON BENEFITS FOR ATM, COCKPIT AND AIRPORT

10 OBJECTIVES - Achieve maximum capacity, efficiency and safety of the SES ATM network - Reduce fragmentation - Take into account real traffic flows and not national borders - Harmonisation of procedures and infrastructures - Consolidation of service provision - Homogenous charging policy WHY FUNCTIONAL AIRSPACE BLOCKS ? A COMMON APPROACH FOR COMMON BENEFITS FOR ATM, COCKPIT AND AIRPORT

11 A COMMON APPROACH FOR COMMON BENEFITS FOR ATM, COCKPIT AND AIRPORT

12 : EUR 120 billion planned investment 50% PAX and cargo terminal facilities 30% aircraft movement areas 20% equipments, property, parking, … : 41% PLANNED CAPACITY INCREASE 5 new airports new runways Air/ground side increase at 79 airports EUROPEAN AIRPORTS CAPACITY PROGNOSIS A COMMON APPROACH FOR COMMON BENEFITS FOR ATM, COCKPIT AND AIRPORT

13 AIRPORT´S CAPACITY CHALLENGE Towards a gate-to-gate approach Airports are integral part of the ATM network Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) Effective use of capacity Proposed actions Integrate airport dimension in other pillars and strengthen interfaces Safety-capacity-environment Vision: Change operational paradigm Increase predictability Promote operations in function of required time of arrival A COMMON APPROACH FOR COMMON BENEFITS FOR ATM, COCKPIT AND AIRPORT

14 Memorandum on Co-operation in the field of operation efficiency optimisation and environment protection Operational and technical issues - application of the best examples and state-of-the-art knowledge in the sector resulting in the reduction of fuel consumption in all flight stages, - introduction of continuous aircraft ascent and descent and minimisation of non-productive flight time at Prague Airport for both departures and arrivals, Processes – Collaborative Decision Making - systematic improvement of the decision-making processes implementation on a common basis (sharing operational information), - application of the concept of flexible use of Czech airspace in order to optimise air routes, Marketing and development - support in implementing incentive programmes for airline companies at Prague Airport and in increasing its attraction for existing and new airline companies, - consultations and co-ordinated selection of technologies increasing efficiency of operation and subsequently mitigating adverse impact on the environment. A COMMON APPROACH FOR COMMON BENEFITS FOR ATM, COCKPIT AND AIRPORT

15 STREAMLINING OPERATIONS New challenges – new solutions = inovative approaches to training and education Next generation of training and professional development – linking the needs of all stakeholders in the aviation community Czech Air Navigation Institute – the first step towards profession interoperability in civil aviation A COMMON APPROACH FOR COMMON BENEFITS FOR ATM, COCKPIT AND AIRPORT

16 INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION – ONE WORLD, ONE GOAL The essence of interoperability – intensive growth through inovation United training programs – taking advantage of and building synergies between professions Economies of scale = the other side of the equasion Aviation Academy – building a strong foundation for the aviation community A COMMON APPROACH FOR COMMON BENEFITS FOR ATM, COCKPIT AND AIRPORT

17 THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION A COMMON APPROACH FOR COMMON BENEFITS FOR ATM, COCKPIT AND AIRPORT


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