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1 International Civil Aviation Organization Runway Safety: a pan regional view for EUR/NAT States Amsterdam, 8 March 2012 Nicolas Rallo Regional Officer, Safety European and North Atlantic Office

2  The figures for EUR/NAT States  The RASG-EUR, a new group to coordinate safety issues throughout the EUR/NAT region  Next Steps Briefing Overview Runway Safety: a pan regional view for EUR/NAT States. Amsterdam, 8 March 20122

3 The figures for EUR/NAT States Runway Safety: a pan regional view for EUR/NAT States. Amsterdam, 8 March 20123

4 Montréal ICAO Regional Offices: areas of accreditationCairo Bangkok Dakar Nairobi Lima Mexico City Paris Runway Safety: a pan regional view for EUR/NAT States. Amsterdam, 8 March 20124

5 5 Global Accidents ( ): Main Killers Accidents & Related Fatalities by Occurrence Categories Scheduled Commercial Traffic – MTOW > kg (Yrs )            Runway Safety Related Loss of Control In-flight Controlled Flight into Terrain ICAO SAFETY PRIORITIES Runway Safety: a pan regional view for EUR/NAT States. Amsterdam, 8 March 2012

6 EUR/NAT Accidents ( ): Main Killers Accidents & Related Fatalities by Occurrence Categories Scheduled Commercial Traffic – MTOW > kg (Yrs ) 6Runway Safety: a pan regional view for EUR/NAT States. Amsterdam, 8 March 2012

7 Focus on Runway Safety related accidents Accidents & Related Fatalities by Occurrence Categories Scheduled Commercial Traffic – MTOW > kg (Yrs ) 7 Focus on EUR/NAT Region 62% Accidents Fatalities 17% 95% Runway Safety: a pan regional view for EUR/NAT States. Amsterdam, 8 March 2012

8 Focus on Runway Excursions/Incursions 8 EUR/NAT carriers have 3 times more risks to experience a Runway Excursion/ Incursion outside EUR/NAT region than within the region. Traffic Accidents 5% 14% Focus on EUR/NAT Region For EUR/NAT carriers: within EUR/NAT: 0.3 runway ex/incursion per million departures outside EUR/NAT: 1.0 runway ex/incursion per million departures. Runway Safety: a pan regional view for EUR/NAT States. Amsterdam, 8 March 2012

9 RASG-EUR Runway Safety: a pan regional view for EUR/NAT States. Amsterdam, 8 March 20129

10 Main objective of the RASG-EUR To support the implementation of the GASP and GASR in the region. 10Runway Safety: a pan regional view for EUR/NAT States. Amsterdam, 8 March 2012

11 Proposed Targets in revised GASP  Targets – Significantly reduce the rate of runway safety related accidents and serious incidents; – Significantly reduce the rate of loss of control in-flight related accidents and serious incidents; – Continue to lower the rate of CFIT related accidents and serious incidents; and – Significantly reduce the rate of accidents and serious incidents associated with system component failures Runway Safety: a pan regional view for EUR/NAT States. Amsterdam, 8 March

12 RASG-EUR Members and Partners Membership:  RASG-EUR Members: Contracting States in the area of accreditation of EUR/NAT + EC, EASA, ECAC, EUROCONTROL & IAC  RASG-EUR Partners: International organisations, aviation industry representatives 12Runway Safety: a pan regional view for EUR/NAT States. Amsterdam, 8 March 2012

13 Working method  The RASG-EUR/01 first met Jan 2012  It highlighted the necessity to: – avoid duplication with already established mechanisms, in particular within the EU/EASA framework; and – focus its efforts on the parts of the region which have not yet established a performance based aviation system and are lacking the required safety analysis capabilities Runway Safety: a pan regional view for EUR/NAT States. Amsterdam, 8 March

14 NEXT STEPS Runway Safety: a pan regional view for EUR/NAT States. Amsterdam, 8 March

15 RASG-EUR Coordination Group (RCOG)  Will meet on April 2012  Will prepare a work programme for the RASG- EUR, including: – the review of existing mechanisms and initiatives to address runway safety in the region; and – the identification of any needs for additional actions in parts of the EUR/NAT region. Runway Safety: a pan regional view for EUR/NAT States. Amsterdam, 8 March

16 RASG-EUR Webpage  Final report of the RASG-EUR/01available at : asg-eur/show_file.php?id=448 asg-eur/show_file.php?id=448 Runway Safety: a pan regional view for EUR/NAT States. Amsterdam, 8 March

17  The figures for EUR/NAT States  The RASG-EUR, a new group to coordinate safety issues throughout the EUR/NAT region  Next Steps Review Runway Safety: a pan regional view for EUR/NAT States. Amsterdam, 8 March

18 Runway safety: a pan regional view for EUR/NAT States. Amsterdam, 8 March


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