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ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 1 February 2006 NY FPO OFFICE LATERAL PRECISION.

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2 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 1 February 2006 NY FPO OFFICE LATERAL PRECISION PERFORMANCE WITH VERTICAL GUIDANCE (LPV)

3 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 2 OVERVIEW FPO MISSION FPO MISSION FPOs Role in LPV Process FPOs Role in LPV Process FAA FLIGHT PLAN FAA FLIGHT PLAN ATO Restructuring ATO Restructuring

4 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 3 FPO MISSION OVERALL MANAGEMENT OF REGIONS OVERALL MANAGEMENT OF REGIONS INSTRUMENT FLIGHT PROCEDURES MISSION Determine whether or not SIAP is Required Determine whether or not SIAP is Required Coordinates Request for Procedure Development with NFPO/OKC DEVELOPMENT BRANCH (AVN-100) Coordinates Request for Procedure Development with NFPO/OKC DEVELOPMENT BRANCH (AVN-100) Assures published procedure incorporate changes Assures published procedure incorporate changes determines whether or not terminal procedures are canceled. ***ALL NEW AND AMENDMENTS TO PROCEDURES MUST COME THROUGH THE NY FPO FOR COORDINATION

5 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 4 FPO Mission SUPPORT OF REGIONAL PROGRAMS/OFFICES SUPPORT OF REGIONAL PROGRAMS/OFFICES Airports, Airway Facilities, ANI, Air Traffic, and Flight Standards AND other Lines of Business (LOB) Airports, Airway Facilities, ANI, Air Traffic, and Flight Standards AND other Lines of Business (LOB) Performing facilities and equipment (F&E) NAVAIDs and visual landing aid evaluations. Performing facilities and equipment (F&E) NAVAIDs and visual landing aid evaluations.

6 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 5 FPOs ROLE IN THE LPV Process 2004 Input from Airports/State Aviations 2004 Input from Airports/State Aviations Feasibility Study Feasibility Study FPO Submitted List of Potential Airport FPO Submitted List of Potential Airport –For consideration to OKC –Begin Coordination/Checklist Airport, ATC and ADO checklist (NEW)

7 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 6 Potential LPV Rwys Verify Runway/Obstacle Survey Data –AC 150/ Appendix 16 –D, ANAPC, PIR –Verify Runway data in AVNIS/MIS Feasibility Study –Final Approach –Initial Missed Approach –Visibility 34:1 and 20: 1 Surface –Circling Area

8 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 7 LPV Precision Dimensions. An LPV approach is classified as an APV Procedure Based on the Lateral OCS dimensions of the Precision Approach Trapezoid, With Vertical Guidance Provided By the WAAS where the VAL >12 and < 50 meters. These procedures are Published on RNAV Global Position System (GPS) approach charts as the LPV minimum line.

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10 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 9 Problem AREAS Problem AREAS 405 Obstacle Survey survey (AC-150/ ) 405 Obstacle Survey survey (AC-150/ ) D, ANAPC, PIR GQS Surface –OBSTACLE Penetrations/removal NOTE: Airports requesting LPV procedures may need to other improvements, including obstacle removal,(GQS), runway markings.

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16 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 15 LPV CRITERIA FAA Criteria/Construction --Order specifies criteria for Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) approach procedures where the value for the vertical alarm limit (VAL) is >12 meters and < 50 Meters vertical performance given the stated VAL parameters. -- Approaches constructed under these criteria are termed LPV

17 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 16 Whats Driving WAAS/RNAV/LPV/GPS/RNP Initiative? AS OUTLINED IN FLIGHT PLAN 2006 THE INCREASE USE OF SATELLITE BASED TECHNOLOGY THROUGH OUT THE NATIONAL AIRSPACE, WILL NOT ONLY INCREASE AIRPORT CAPACITY BUT ALSO EFFICIENT USE OF THE AIRSPACE.

18 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 17 Federal Aviation Flight Plan

19 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 18 FLIGHT PLAN 2006 The FAA Administrator's way of sharing FAAs plan for moving forward as well as updating status of on going projects and initiatives /media/flight_plan_2006.pdf

20 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 19 FLIGHT PLAN WAAS ALLOWS NEAR-PRECISION LANDINGS AT AIRPORTS WITHOUT EXPENSIVE GROUNDBASE LANDING SYSTEMS, SAVING MONEY AND EXPANDING CAPACITY

21 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 20 FLIGHT PLAN RNAV PROCEDURES SIGNIFICANT FUEL SAVINGS/REDUCTIONS IN FLOWN MILES (Direct Routes/Point to Point) EFFICIENT USE OF AIRSPACE INCREASE CAPACITY

22 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 21 LPV GOALS FORFY NFPG Goal 197 ILS RWY Ends 394 non-ILS RWY Ends 591 LPV Approaches Flight Plan Goal 300 LPV Approaches OMB Goal 300 LPV Approaches To non-ILS RWY Ends

23 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 22 Area Office Restructuring Collocate the service area offices in three regional offices: Seattle, Fort Worth and Atlanta

24 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 23 (781) (718) (404) (847) (816) (817) (907) (425) (310) Questions? Contact Your Regional Flight Procedures Office (FPO)

25 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 24 9 Service Areas are Realigned into 3 FAA ATO Service Areas Western Central Eastern Phase 2 Southwest Fort Worth Southern Atlanta Northwest Mountain Seattle

26 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 25 FPO STAFF Thomas Lattimer Manger ( ) Thomas Lattimer Manger ( ) Rudy Weiss ( ) Rudy Weiss ( ) Virginia and W.Virginia Specialist Virginia and W.Virginia Specialist Bobby McCullar ( Atlanta Office) Bobby McCullar ( Atlanta Office) Pennsylvania, Maryland, DC Area Specialist Pennsylvania, Maryland, DC Area Specialist Maria Acevedo ( ) Maria Acevedo ( ) New York and Newark and Teterboro NJ New York and Newark and Teterboro NJ Kevin Thompson ( ) Kevin Thompson ( ) New Jersey New Jersey Ann Marie Camarda ( ) Secretary (Office Automation) Ann Marie Camarda ( ) Secretary (Office Automation)

27 ATO-NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP NEW YORK FLIGHT PROCEDURES GROUP FEB 2006 Federal Aviation Administration 26 NATIONAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES OFFICE (NFPO) Oklahoma City, OK Aviation System Standards (AVN) provides services to ensure the standard development, evaluation, and certification of airspace systems, procedures, and equipment for customers worldwide. To Request a Procedure go to our Website: To View our Production Plan go to:


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