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1 Network Manager User Forum 2014 A-CDM Challenges & Perspectives Lessons learnt at Paris-CDG 29th January 2014

2 2 AGENDA 1.Paris-CDG Airport Overview 2.Airport Operation Challenges - Year 2013 De-Icing Manager Departure FLEXibility 3.Airport / Network Relations 4.Perspectives

3 3 Paris-CDG Airport Overview

4 4 PARIS-CDG AIRPORT OVERVIEW Peak day: 1567 operations Inbound/outbound schedule: 118 flt/hour Inbound: +71 flt/hour Outbound: +76 flt/hour Peak day: 1567 operations Inbound/outbound schedule: 118 flt/hour Inbound: +71 flt/hour Outbound: +76 flt/hour Infrastructures 9 passenger terminals and a cargoport ATC facilities 1 approach room, 3 ATC towers, 2 apron control units 2 independent pairs of parallel runways, 80 km of taxiways Traffic 154 airlines Air France-KLM and FedEX Hubs Infrastructures 9 passenger terminals and a cargoport ATC facilities 1 approach room, 3 ATC towers, 2 apron control units 2 independent pairs of parallel runways, 80 km of taxiways Traffic 154 airlines Air France-KLM and FedEX Hubs LFPG was granted the A-CDM label in November 2010 LFPG was granted the A-CDM label in November 2010

5 5 Airport Operation Challenges – Year 2013

6 6 De-icing Manager

7 7 DEICING MANAGER Principles Take into account all the constraints Local constraints Airlines / Handlers (TOBT and preferences) Runway capacity Aircraft deicing capacity (remote & on-stand deicing) Network Network capacity (CTOT) Manage separately Deicing and Runway capacities New position : the Deicing Dispatcher New tool : the Deicing Manager New local coordination procedures between the ATC and the airport operator.

8 8 « FROSTY » CONDITIONS W11 40 aircraft/H W13 50 aircraft/H W12 45 aircraft/H Winter 2010 Winter 2011 Winter 2012 Winter DEICING MANAGER – EVOLUTION OF THE CAPACITY W10 28 aircraft/H

9 9 Threshold 09 Threshold 27 Threshold 08Threshold 26 ROMEO STAND JULIETT FEDEX 20 deicing pads & 2 on-stand deicing units operated by ADP + 2 deicing pads operated by FEDEX DEICING MANAGER – CENTRALIZED DEICING FACILITIES W13/14

10 10 DEICING MANAGER – CPDS INTEGRATION

11 11 1.Follow the deicing activity 2.Setting of parameters for the PDS deicing module Monitoring of the deicing activityGround radar information focused on deicing pads Setting of the automatic pre-assignment functionSetting of the deicing estimated times DEICING MANAGER – CPDS INTEGRATION

12 12 CPDS & DE-ICING DEICING MANAGER – SMAN IMPROVEMENTS Status of the de-icing pads Green : De-icing pad opened Purple : Deicing pad is about to be closed Orange : De-icing pad is about to be opened

13 13 DEICING MANAGER – SMAN IMPROVEMENTS

14 14 DEICING MANAGER – RESULTS Aircraft / h (02/24/13) Taxi time improvement Need to use new functions of the SMAN In Snow/icing condition, airport capacity is not only given by the ATC, but it is shared between the ATC (Rwy capacity) and ADP (De-icing capacity) ! FIGURES AND LESSONS LEARNT Average Taxi Time = 30 minutes including Deicing

15 15 D eparture FLEX ibility

16 16 Objectives Airlines can choose the priority of their flights according to their business and A-CDM rules DFLEX

17 17 Concept Before With DFLEX Flight 2 was sequenced after Flight 1 according to the PDS algorithm (First Schedule /First Served). ft1 ft2 ft1 ft2 Schedule Actual Flight 2 is sequenced before Flight 1. The choice is made by the airlines. ft1 ft2 ft1 Schedule Actual DFLEX

18 18 NEW FUNCTIONALITIES PRIORITIZATION Prioritize a flight to depart DFLEX REORDERING Reorder the sequence CANCELLATION Use the priority of a cancelled flight

19 19 REORDERING DFLEX

20 20 PRIORITIZATION DFLEX

21 21 CANCELLATION DFLEX

22 22 HMI All main features can be used through differents HMI (Human-Machine Interface). Generic: the CDM website Stakeholders HMIs: OCC, Manufacturer Stakeholders HMIs: OCC, Manufacturer DFLEX

23 23 SESAR - SJU P7.6.4 User Driven Prioritisation Process AFR - KLM Agreement Ex: All flights AFR & KLM to JFK between 09/3/13 to 09/30/13 can be DFLEX Managed by Air France ATC cell DFLEX

24 24 Airport / Network Relations

25 25 ON TIME TSAT=TOBT EOBT TOBT TaxiTime TTOT AirportNetwork TimeStampValue SOBT09:00 TTOT09:10 EXOT00:10 TSAT09:00 ETFMS C-PDS De-ice DFLEX SMAN H-3 AIRPORT / NETWORK RELATIONS – EXAMPLE OF A FLIGHT DEPARTURE FROM LFPG

26 26 H-2 AirportNetwork Constraints Enroute/Dest CTOT DELAY+1h TimeStampValue SOBT09:00 CTOT10:00 TTOT10:00 EXOT00:10 TSAT09:50 TTOTsh0910 ETFMS C-PDS De-ice DFLEX SMAN AIRPORT / NETWORK RELATIONS – EXAMPLE OF A FLIGHT DEPARTURE FROM LFPG

27 27 H-1 Constraints Enroute/Dest ATFCM CTOT Improvement On TIME AirportNetwork TimeStampValue SOBT09:00 CTOT09:10 TTOT09:10 EXOT00:10 TSAT09:00 ETFMS C-PDS De-ice DFLEX SMAN AIRPORT / NETWORK RELATIONS – EXAMPLE OF A FLIGHT DEPARTURE FROM LFPG

28 28 AirportNetwork De-icing request Local constraint TTOT+20 Delay+10 TimeStampValue SOBT09:00 CTOT09:10 TTOT09:30 EXOT00:20 ERWT00:10 TSAT09:10 ETFMS C-PDS De-ice DFLEX SMAN H-25 AIRPORT / NETWORK RELATIONS – EXAMPLE OF A FLIGHT DEPARTURE FROM LFPG

29 29 AirportNetwork Constraints Enroute/Dest Most Penalising Regulation CTOT DELAY+3h TimeStampValue SOBT09:00 CTOT12:00 TTOT12:00 EXOT00:20 ERWT00:00 TSAT11:50 TTOTsh09:30 ETFMS C-PDS De-ice DFLEX SMAN H-25 AIRPORT / NETWORK RELATIONS – EXAMPLE OF A FLIGHT DEPARTURE FROM LFPG

30 30 H-20 Constraints Enroute/Dest ATFCM CTOT Improvement Local Delay+10 Airport Network TimeStampValue SOBT09:00 CTOT09:30 TTOT09:30 EXOT00:20 ERWT00:10 TSAT09:10 ETFMS C-PDS De-ice DFLEX SMAN AIRPORT / NETWORK RELATIONS – EXAMPLE OF A FLIGHT DEPARTURE FROM LFPG

31 31 H-20 Airport Network TTOT +10 DFLEX TimeStampValue SOBT09:00 CTOT09:30 TTOT09:30 EXOT00:20 ERWT00:00 TSAT09:10 TTOTsh09:20 Airport ETFMS C-PDS De-ice DFLEX SMAN AIRPORT / NETWORK RELATIONS – EXAMPLE OF A FLIGHT DEPARTURE FROM LFPG

32 32 H-20 Airport TTOT +10 DFLEX TimeStampValue SOBT09:00 CTOT09:20 TTOT09:20 EXOT00:20 ERWT00:00 TSAT09:00 Network ETFMS C-PDS De-ice DFLEX SMAN AIRPORT / NETWORK RELATIONS – EXAMPLE OF A FLIGHT DEPARTURE FROM LFPG

33 33 AOBT AirportNetwork TTOT On Time TimeStampValue SOBT09:00 CTOT09:20 TTOT09:20 EXOT00:20 ERWT00:00 TSAT09:00 AOBT09:00 ETFMS C-PDS De-ice DFLEX SMAN AIRPORT / NETWORK RELATIONS – EXAMPLE OF A FLIGHT DEPARTURE FROM LFPG

34 34 AirportNetwork TTOT+10 On Time TimeStampValue SOBT09:00 CTOT09:20 ATOT09:24 EXOT00:24 ERWT00:00 TSAT09:00 AOBT09:00 ETFMS C-PDS De-ice DFLEX SMAN TAKE OFF AIRPORT / NETWORK RELATIONS – EXAMPLE OF A FLIGHT DEPARTURE FROM LFPG

35 35 Industrialize the departure process Enhance reliability of airport slots Optimize airport ressources: Boarding, Stand, Deicing Pads, Runways. Limit the environmental impact of airport operations Decrease gas emissions Improve performances Reduce traffic congestions on TWY and close to RWY thresholds (increase safety) Reduce fuel consumption Manage adverse conditions : de-icing, LVP, … Enhance predictability to the Network Improve traffic prediction accuracy from 3 hours before Delays anticipation Better adherence to NMOC slots C-PDS OBJECTIVES & BENEFITS

36 36 Perspectives

37 37 PERSPECTIVES Operation efficiency of the airport Sequence consolidation TOBT accuracy TTOT accurated and updated/provided Needs Most Penalising Regulation improvement CTOT stability Accelerate A-CDM implementation on the other airports Together Enhancing reactivity and flexibility when facing unplanned situations Building a stabilized sequence Increasing the situational awareness through AOP / NOP BENEFIT OPERATIONAL ROBUSTNESS, INCREASED THROUGHPUTS AND GLOBAL PERFORMANCE

38 38 OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY DONT FORGET THAT IT HAS NO OPERATIONAL SENS TO TRY TO GAIN 15 SECONDS « EN ROUTE » IF YOU HAVE TO LOSE 15 MIN ON GROUND. DONT FORGET THAT IT HAS NO OPERATIONAL SENS TO TRY TO GAIN 15 SECONDS « EN ROUTE » IF YOU HAVE TO LOSE 15 MIN ON GROUND.

39 39 THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION… Fly Safe! Merci de votre attention !


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