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1 ASAS-TN ASAS-TN - what’s in it for easyJet? presented by graeme clark - strategic projects manager, easyJet 29 April 2003

2 “ASAS Operational Improvements: Dream or Reality?”… ASAS Thematic Network Workshop #1 Rome April 2003 Slide 1 low-cost domestic regional charter international traditional scheduled Passengers 365m 435m 600m 2% 7% 15% 23% 21% 19% 33% 32% 30% 17% 16% 25% 23% 20% delivering airline growth in Europe Source: McKinsey Quarterly, 2002, UK-CAA, ERA, Airline Business, AEA,

3 “ASAS Operational Improvements: Dream or Reality?”… ASAS Thematic Network Workshop #1 Rome April 2003 Slide 2 the low cost impact - scheduled intra-European traffic 2002… LufthansaBritish Airways SASIberiaAir FranceAlitaliaeasyJetRyanair Passenger Millions Source: Respective published accounts and reports: Geographical distribution of domestic and European scheduled passenger traffic except for Iberia which reports traffic short and medium haul.

4 “ASAS Operational Improvements: Dream or Reality?”… ASAS Thematic Network Workshop #1 Rome April 2003 Slide LufthansaBritish Airways RyanaireasyJetSASIberiaAir FranceAlitalia Passenger Millions Source: Respective published accounts and reports: Geographical distribution of domestic and European scheduled passenger traffic except for Iberia which reports traffic short and medium haul. the low cost impact - scheduled intra-European traffic 2003…

5 “ASAS Operational Improvements: Dream or Reality?”… ASAS Thematic Network Workshop #1 Rome April 2003 Slide 4 current plan is too little, too late e.g. en-route… Source: EU DG TREN ‘Datalink Roadmap’ Application Assesment P v2.0 30Oct2002

6 “ASAS Operational Improvements: Dream or Reality?”… ASAS Thematic Network Workshop #1 Rome April 2003 Slide 5 our European responsibility… STEP CHANGE  to make a STEP CHANGE in the implementation of a 21 st century air traffic system through:  leadership – deliver SES objectives by 2008 (STAR 21 report has this spirit)  effective application of funds by joining up the various EU programmes e.g TEN-T/MIP, FP6, environment etc  compelling value proposition ensuring operational implementation by airlines & general aviation  result is a significant start in the delivery of the aviation system we need…

7 “ASAS Operational Improvements: Dream or Reality?”… ASAS Thematic Network Workshop #1 Rome April 2003 Slide 6 parallel worlds show us a way…  safety - maritime; Automatic Identification System (AIS)  July 2002 – mandate regulation start… Dec 2004 – large ship completion  70,000 ships in 2 ½ years…  safety - general aviation; Capstone/UAT  1995 – study… ‘IFR’

8 “ASAS Operational Improvements: Dream or Reality?”… ASAS Thematic Network Workshop #1 Rome April 2003 Slide 7 practical world approach…  research to feasible level – (‘done’)  operational large-scale trials via C-ATM/SEAP  create operationally based database for validation  non-critical applications e.g AOC, ADS-B/tracking, D- ATIS, PDC etc first, introduce CDTI  ATM applications asap eg DAP, CAP, ADS-B in & out  complete technical standards – (‘advanced’)  rewrite operational procedures  progressive addition of high benefit ATM applications

9 “ASAS Operational Improvements: Dream or Reality?”… ASAS Thematic Network Workshop #1 Rome April 2003 Slide 8 the interoperability red herring...  Europe frequently cites global interoperability as a basic criteria for selection of ASAS enablers but the fact is:  USA is ‘doing it’s own thing’ e.g UAT, VDL3 & delaying VDL2 CPDLC…  so while Europe is in (quote) ‘air traffic crisis’ it delays the best technology & cites lack of spectrum as a typical reason in the name of ‘global interoperability’…

10 “ASAS Operational Improvements: Dream or Reality?”… ASAS Thematic Network Workshop #1 Rome April 2003 Slide 9 our European unilateral approach – mode S…  mandate of mode S is village thinking applied to an industry that has many airlines struggling to survive…  HOW MANY AIRPORTS OR ANSP’S HAVE FAILED COMPARED TO AIRLINES?  regulators and ANSP’s have failed Europe in the timely delivery of proper capacity with significant safety gains – we are at least five years behind schedule…  focus should be on WHAT surveillence data to provide not HOW to provide i.e. an open data standard…

11 “ASAS Operational Improvements: Dream or Reality?”… ASAS Thematic Network Workshop #1 Rome April 2003 Slide 10 Our European unilateral approach – short term, not inclusive…  mode S & 1090ES no real commercial benefit to airlines  Just like the mandate of TCAS, GPWS/EGPWS do nothing beyond reaction to an immediate problem (ADS- B can replace these two… = simplification = lower cost!)  i.e a short term solution for a long term need…  general aviation ‘ignored’ as usual e.g. neither ADS-B via Mode S or UAT (in Europe) a real option  but on this issue, like maritime safety, ‘all’ users must be included in order to meet our ‘duty of care’…

12 “ASAS Operational Improvements: Dream or Reality?”… ASAS Thematic Network Workshop #1 Rome April 2003 Slide 11 Enabler comparison…

13 “ASAS Operational Improvements: Dream or Reality?”… ASAS Thematic Network Workshop #1 Rome April 2003 Slide 12 Effective way forward…  Accelerate SEAP within FP6 C-ATM SEAP = Large Scale South European ADS Pre-Implementation Programme  optimised flight supply chain; collaborative decision making  SEAP; serious ASAS  SEAP is the most significant mechanism to deliver operational capacity, flight efficiency and safety we have at hand…  maximum European effort i.e. political, financial & industrial, must be applied to translate the R & D investment into operational reality…  …by 2008 – no excuses!

14 “ASAS Operational Improvements: Dream or Reality?”… ASAS Thematic Network Workshop #1 Rome April 2003 Slide 13 Summary i.e. package 2/3 !  ASAS needs to focus primarily on maximum benefit applications first i.e. package 2/3 !  ASAS only delivers serious value with:  ADS-B in & out  Cockpit Display of Traffic Information  political, financial & regulatory leadership essential if aviation is to deliver needed capacity, flight efficency & safety in Europe  airlines will lead industry change when shown the value proposition to their business  …note: supply chain = customer=> airline=> airport=> ansp=> regulator…

15 “ASAS Operational Improvements: Dream or Reality?”… ASAS Thematic Network Workshop #1 Rome April 2003 Slide 14 End thoughts…  airlines, airports and ansp’s hoping to use Collaborative Decision Making without a universal, seamless datalink will be like an office full of personal computers without a LAN  p.s. who is going to pay if a bit-charge enabler is used?  ATN system of the future must be driven by aircraft-derived parameters… ANSP’s will then undergo a quantum shift in safe, productive, cost efficient delivery to benefit of all…


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