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1 12 January 2015Page 1 Traffic Management and FUA integration Asia and Pacific Regional Sub-Office 2014 BEIJING, CHINA; 30 JUN-11 JUL 2014

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3 12 January 2015Page 3 Interoperation of ASM/ATFM/ATS

4 12 January 2015Page 4 COLLABORATION DECISION MAKING (CDM) This philosophy of collaboration promises to become the standard in aviation In current era – Aircrafts are more capable of accurate navigation than in the past – ATC system is more capable of accurate and fast surveillance, direct and stable communication, automatic system and ATFM tools However – Lack of civil/military coordination of airspace management has resulted in inefficient airspace use and limited use of aircraft capabilities and ATC capabilities

5 12 January 2015Page 5 COLLABORATION DECISION MAKING (CDM) CDM – CDM is essential for all the phases of ASM/ATFM – Brings together airlines, civil and military aviation authorities , airports – Improve ATM through Information exchange, data sharing and improved automated decision support tools. – Accurate and Integrated Information and fully understanding make the right decision happen.

6 12 January 2015Page 6 COLLABORATION DECISION MAKING (CDM)

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8 12 January 2015Page 8 FUA Contribution to ATFM Provide More Capacity and Flexibility – Direct Route-Operational savings for flights due to reduced flight time, distance flown and fuel consumption – Conditional Route-Route network optimization for the provision of ATS and the associated sectoring, which enable ATC capacity increases and reduced delays – Flexible Management and Choice -More efficient air traffic flow separation procedure

9 12 January 2015Page 9 FUA Contribution to ATFM – Bypass route-balance and reduced ATC worked through a reduction of airspace congestion and the number of choke points – Tactical Coordination-real-time provision of capacity in line with Airspace Users operational requirements – Dynamic management-definition and use of temporary airspace reservations designed to bring an optimal response to military operational requirements

10 12 January 2015Page 10 Civil/Military Coordination BUILD TRUST -Minimize the Operation Constrains RELEASE IN TIME -Maximize the Airspace Utilization GIVE THE PRIORITY -Provide extra capacity in case of bad weather

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12 12 January 2015Page 12 THREE LEVELS OF FUA FUA Concept has been developed at the three Levels of Airspace Management that correspond to Civil/Military co-ordination tasks. Each Airspace Management (ASM) level has an impact on the others

13 12 January 2015Page 13 THREE LEVELS OF FUA Strategic Level 1Strategic Level 1 – Establishment of pre- determined airspace structures; CMAC and ASM procedures; Cross-border coordination and Separation Standards Pre-tactical Level 2Pre-tactical Level 2 – Day-to-day allocation of airspace according to the conditions and procedures agreed upon at level 1 Tactical Level 3Tactical Level 3 — Real-time use of airspace National CMAC Body ( Committee ) ASM Entity ( Joint Cell ) ATS Units and Controlling Military Units

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15 CDR1/ATS Route CDR2 Availability TSA/TRA/CBA Availability CDR3 Availability TSA/TRA/CBA Status FUA Principle, Policy, Rule FUA Airspace Structure (CDR/TSA/TRA/CBA) Civil/Military Coordination Procedure

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17 CDR1/ATS Route CDR2 Availability TSA/TRA/CBA Availability CDR3 Availability TSA/TRA/CBA Status FUA Principle, Policy, Rule FUA Airspace Structure (CDR/TSA/TRA/CBA) Civil/Military Coordination Procedure

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19 CDR1/ATS Route CDR2 Availability TSA/TRA/CBA Availability CDR3 Availability TSA/TRA/CBA Status FUA Principle, Policy, Rule FUA Airspace Structure (CDR/TSA/TRA/CBA) Civil/Military Coordination Procedure

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21 12 January 2015Page 21 Civil/Military Agreement Related to FUA The horizontal and vertical limits of the airspace concerned The classification of any airspace made available for civil air traffic Units or authorities responsible for the airspace Conditions for transfer of the airspace to/from the ATS units concerned Periods of availability of the airspace Any limitations on the use of the airspace concerned The means and timing of an airspace activation warning if not permanently active Any other relevant procedures or information

22 12 January 2015Page 22 Thank You Asia and Pacific Regional Sub-Office Beijing (APAC RSO) ICAO Headquarter Montreal


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