Presentation on theme: "European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation Presentation to ICAO Workshop Kiev 28 July – 1 July 2010 EUR Regional Implementation of Flight Plan."— Presentation transcript:
European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation Presentation to ICAO Workshop Kiev 28 July – 1 July 2010 EUR Regional Implementation of Flight Plan Amendment 1 for 2012 Andrew.Hill@eurocontrol.int Version d4
2 1.ICAO has published a State Letter AN 13/2.1-08/50, dated 25 June 2008 announcing changes to the FPL for 15 November 2012. 2.No basic change to FPL format and fields: 3.Changes are to field content. 4.FPLs can be filed up to 5 days in advance 5.CHG, DLA, CNL, DEP, RQP, RQS shall contain Item 18. Introduction (Field 3 – Field 7 – Field 8ab – Field 9ab / c – Field 10a / b – Field 13ab – Field 15ab c – Field 16ab c – Field 18)
3 (FPL-EIN105-IS -B763/H-E3J4M2SRYWX/HB2U2V2G1 -ZZZZ1200 -N0400F100 DENUT UL610 LAM UL10 BPK UN601 LESTA UP6 MIMKU/M082F320 NATB YAY/N0464F320 N188B YRI/N0462F340 DCT NOTAP180040 DCT TVC PMM5 -KORD0700 KATL -STS/ATFMX MARSA FLTCK PBN/A1C3L1 NAV/GBAS SBAS OTHER DAT/FREE TEXT SUR/FREE TEXT DEP/MALAHIDE 5327N00609W DOF/080622 REG/DAISK TYP/2F15 3F5 DLE/NTM0130 ORGN/EBBDZMFP PER/A TALT/EIDW RMK/FREE TEXT) Some of the New / Modified Elements New Field or Element New or Modified content Digits in Field 10 a&b Up to 20 chars in Field 10b
4 Non-Exclusive List: Flight Planning systems of Aircraft Operators Systems used by ATS Reporting Offices to generate FPLs and associated messages Automated Flight Briefing systems Flight Plan Service Provider systems Flight Data Processing Systems of ATC Centres, Military Centres and Airports Route Charges systems On-Line Data Interchange (OLDI) Standard ATS Data Exchange presentation (ADEXP) Standard HMI of ATC Controller positions Flight plan data archive systems ICAO Doc.7030 Operational Testing will be essential Potential Impact on Stakeholder Systems
5 1.The ICAO European Air Navigation Planning Group (EANPG) has invited “all States to support EUROCONTROL to develop an Implementation Plan of the new contents to the ICAO FPL for the ICAO EUR Region in order to ensure the required level of coordination for modifications to the Flight Data Processing Systems". 2.The ICAO Regional Director, Europe and North Atlantic has invited “EUROCONTROL to coordinate and monitor the progress of the Plan to ensure its timely implementation (November 2012)" Actions at EUR/NAT regional level
6 Organisational Matters 1.The EANPG is the main coordination group for the EUR Region. 2.Eurocontrol has produced an EUR Region Implementation Plan for the 2012 FPL. 3.Eurocontrol ATFCM Operations and Development Sub- Group (ODSG) is responsible for the detailed technical and operational arrangements. 4.A special 2012 FPL Task Force has been formed to discuss technical and operational issues and has held 2 meetings (September 2009 and February 2010). Next meeting is likely to be in the Autumn of 2010 – States which are non-Eurocontrol Members are encouraged to attend. 5.A special meeting for industrial partners was held on 4 March 2010.
7 EUR Implementation Plan Scope: All IFR or VFR flights conducted fully or partly under ICAO rules in the following area: A. States in the ‘IFPS Zone’, which receive their IFR flight plan data from the IFPS system operated by EUROCONTROL’s Central Flow Management Unit (CFMU). Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, FYROM, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Morocco, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and United Kingdom. Maastricht UAC is included within this scope. B. States not in the IFPS Zone. Algeria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Iceland, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan
8 Approach for all States in the EUR Region 1.Adhere to 00.00 UTC on 15 November 2012 as target date/time for operational deployment. 2.There will be a period of a few days before and after 15 Nov. 2012 when New and Old content FPLs are in the system – should be minimised to avoid confusion. 3.FPL originators for flights all or partly in the EUR Region requested to provide New FPLs no earlier than 12 Nov. 2012, and to achieve complete transition by 00.00 on 15 Nov. 2012. Note: AFTN group addressing may result in some addressees receiving mixed New/Present FPLs
9 Detection of ‘Present’ or ‘New’ Content FPLs 1.FPL is PRESENT if: In Field 10a, if the Qualifier E, J, M, P, Q is filed. In Field 10b, if the Qualifier D is filed. In Item 18, an entry used for STS/ is not in the allowed list for NEW. In Item 18, an entry used for PER/ is not A, B, C, D, E, or H. 2.FPL is NEW if: In Field 10a, if any of the following Qualifiers are filed: E1, E2, E3, J1, J2, J3, J4, J5, J6, J7, M1, M2, M3, P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6, or P7. In Field 10b, if any of the following Qualifiers are filed: E, H, L, B1, B2, U1, U2, V1, V2, O1 or G1. In Item 18, if any of the following Indicators are filed: PBN/, SUR/, DLE/, ORGN/, or TALT/. In Item 18, if DAT/ contains text other than S, H, V or M 3.Mixed Present and New content cannot be accepted.
10 Approach for all VFR or OAT Flights & for IFR in States outside the IFPS Zone 1.ANSPs in the IFPS Zone receiving pure VFR or OAT FPLs: may receive mixture of Present and New VFR or OAT FPLs up to 00.00 UTC on 16/11, after 00.00 UTC on 16/11, only New VFR or OAT FPLs should be received. (even if IFPS translation function requested for IFR/GAT FPLs) 2.ANSPs outside IFPS Zone may receive mixture of Present and New FPLs (VFR or IFR, OAT or GAT) up to 00.00 UTC on 16/11, after 00.00 UTC on 16/11, only New FPLs should be received.
11 Details around 15 Nov. 2012 All VFR or OAT Flights, & IFR in States outside IFPS Zone 8/11 9/11 10/11 11/11 12/11 13/11 14/11 15/11 16/11 17/11 18/11 All AOs requested to start to send New FPLs All AOs shall only send New FPLs Some AOs may send New FPLs ANSPs unable to process New FPLs should only receive Present FPLs ANSPs only receive New FPLs ANSPs able to process New FPLs likely to receive a mixture of Present and New
12 1.IFPUV (off-line test system) will be able to accept New FPLs from June 2011. 2.Operational testing with IFPS before 15 Nov. 2012. 3.IFPS will reject any Old content FPLs received from 15 November 2012. 4.IFPS offers possibility to translate from New FPL to Present FPL thus enabling, within IFPS Zone only: a)flexible migration period for Aircraft Operators; b)fallback or contingency arrangement allowing Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs), to receive Present FPLs until April/May 2013 only. 5.A CFMU parameter will permit each addressee of FPL messages to indicate the date/time from which he wishes to receive New FPLs. By default, parameter set to 12.00 UTC on 16/11/2012. 6.From 10/11/12 to 14/11/12, IFPS will only accept FPLs 24H before the flight. Deployment Approach for IFR Flights in States in IFPS Zone
13 Details around 15 Nov. 2012 (For IFR GAT Flights in States in IFPS Zone only) 10/11 11/11 12/11 13/11 14/11 15/11 16/11 17/11 18/11 IFPS only accepts FPL 24H before EOBT. All AOs requested to start to send New FPLs All AOs shall only send New FPLs Some AOs may send New FPLs ANSPs unable to process New FPLs should only receive Present FPLs IFPS accepts FPLs up to 120H before EOBT. 1.IFPS distributes New FPLs to ANSPs able to process New. 2.IFPS translates New FPLs into Present FPLs for ANSPs unable to process New. ANSPs able to process New FPLs only receive New IFPS accepts both New and Present FPLs. IFPS only accepts New FPLs. ANSPs able to process New FPLs likely to receive a mixture of Present and New
15 AFTN Considerations Message Length Some FPLs will be a little longer (more in Field 18) Possible Message Truncation Group Addressing at Com Centre may result in mixed New and Present FPLs for some addressees Traffic Load During test sessions During Operations (sometimes there will be New and Present versions of same FPL)