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1 CHINA GO TEAM VISIT 2014 Opening Civil/Military Session Erwin Lassooij ICAO PBN Programme Manager

2 ICAO/IATA PBN GO Teams Concept for China Go Team visit: Provide best practices and most recent provisions on ICAO PBN airspace/route design from world-class experts with the expectation that China will make best use of the information and accelerate implementation.

3 3Slide 3 China Statement of Work participants' knowledge of PBN and updates based on upcoming changes. design best practices for terminal and en route airspace collaborative design skills in the application of those best practice elements civil-military collaboration in airspace management next steps to put the Airspace design best practices into application to reduce delays, increase safety and improve efficiency of ATM within China. Provide Assessments and Recommendations on:

4 4 Visit Format (overview) -Lectures on best practices -Case study exercises -Generic TMA -Xi’An -Enroute Beijing/Shanghai/Guangzhou -Civil/military aspects -Conclusions/Next steps

5 Success Story: PBN for Conditional Route

6 Establishment of PBN Conditional Routes Y8 – Bangkok - Phuket Y9, Y10 – Bangkok-Hat Yai – Kuala Lumpur Y11, Y12 – Bangkok-Singapore Operate since 26 June 2014 Day 1 Usage Data Y8 = 43 flight Y9 = 53 flights Y10 = 46 flights Y11 = 1 flight Y12 = 2 flight Success Story: PBN for Conditional Route

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9 Benefits of PBN 9 Safety and Access - Improve airport and airspace access and safety of approach operations in all weather conditions and the ability to meet limiting obstacle constraints caused by challenging terrains or restricted area

10 Pietermaritzburg - Oribi Airport 10

11 Challenges NDBs obsolete (50+ years old) – un-reliable Step down NDB procedures – dive and drive Airport in a bowl – high ground on extended center-line of Rwy 16) Obstacle rich environment (transmission mast on extended center-line of Rwy 16) Bad Weather runway – Rwy 16 Bad Weather cloud base < existing NDB minima Many flight cancellations and/or diversions Un-reliable air service for the flying public Airport not financially viable 11

12 A Success Story Implemented 2 X RNP APCH procedures (straight-in) –Less diversions due to WX –Increased airport accessibility Consequences: –Improved, more reliable air service –Increased passenger/cargo traffic –Increased aircraft movements –Use of larger aircraft –An emerging local aviation industry –An economic turnaround for the airport A positive business case 12 Oribi Airport

13 Procedures for Phuket Yellow – Current VOR Track Green - PBN Track

14 Benefits of PBN 14 Reduction of Delays - Reduce delays at airports and in busy airspace through the application of newly enabled arrival and departure corridors around busy terminal areas, along with improving flight re-routing capabilities, and making the better use of optimally spaced procedures and airspace Courtesy FAA

15 Expectations: Apply new knowledge and skills to: Update PBN implementation plan within 6 months Implement a minimum of two city pairs with PBN routes within twelve months Plan optimized major TMAs including PRD based on PBN within twelve months and dates for implementations to achieve many operational improvements, but can we agree to at least have a significant reduction on delays through increased airspace capacity? 15

16 2014 ICAO/IATA PBN Go-Team; PBN Airspace Design Workshop JUNE 30 - JULY 4, 2014 BEIJING, CHINA 09:00- BREAK 12:00-13:00 BREAK-16:30 DAY 1Welcome & Opening Remarks Overview of Course and PBN Processes Lunch Airspace Handbook Designing Routes Procedure Design Considerations DAY 2 CDO Design Methods CCO Design Methods Good Design Practice Lunch Advanced PBN Changes Introduction to Workshop Exercises TMA – Generic Airspace - Routes / Holds a9 Exercise 1 DAY 3 TMA – Generic Airspace - Routes / Holds Lunch TMA – Generic Airspace - Routes / Holds Designing Volumes and Sectors Exercise 1 Group Presentations 10 DAY 4 Safety Criteria and Assumptions TMA – Generic Airspace - Sectors Lunch TMA – Generic Airspace - Sectors Validation and Implementation 11 Exercise 1 Group Presentations 12 DAY 5TMA Case Study Operational Requirements and Scope Assumptions Enablers and Constraints Lunch Routes and Holds Summary Week 1 Exercise 2

17 09:00- BREAK 12:00-13:00 BREAK-16:30 DAY 6 Routes and Holds TMA Draft AirspaceLunchTMA Draft Airspace TMA Timelines Exercise 2 DAY 7 TMA Presentation / Discussion Identify Support Needed for Implementation Lunch Enroute Structure and NavSpecs Enroute Design Exercise Group Presentations (Output 1) 14Exercise 3 DAY 8 Enroute Design Exercise Lunch Enroute Design Exercise Identify Support Needed for Implementation Exercise 3 Group Presentations Summary DAY 9 Objective of ICAO PBN Go Team - Success Stories and explanation of schedule and expectations at the end of the workshop - erwin Mil - PBN what it is and first part 1 - erwin 10:30-11:00 Mil - PBN what it is and first part 1 - erwin Lunch Civil/Military Cooperation in Air Traffic Management - Joel Traffic Management, and FUA Integration - Joel Civil Military Cooperation in Enhancing Operations - Joel Civ - lessons learned and discussion walter 16 (1) DAY 10 CMAC Process for PBN CDR SUMMARY (Output 2) Review, NEXT STEPS, Closing Remarks - erwin and Noppadol Performance Evaluation - Key Performance Indicators - Discussion with MIL

18 Thank You


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