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1 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 PEARL RIVER DELTA where Challenges and Opportunities meet Presented by: José Carlos Angeja CEO & Airport Director ADA - Administration of Airports Ltd. Presented by: José Carlos Angeja CEO & Airport Director ADA - Administration of Airports Ltd.

2 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 I. Profile of ADA-Administration of Airports, Ltd. Outline III. Opportunities and Challenges of MIA and ADA II. The A5 in Pearl River Delta (PRD) V. ADA’s Vision IV. Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports

3 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 During the presentation it will be expressed the ADA understanding and perspectives on the subject, as per the Airport Management company since 以下之引介乃 ADA 公司表述自 1994 年以來作 為機場管理者之見解和觀點. REMARK

4 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008  In charge of the Management and Operation of Macao International Airport I - PROFILE OF ADA  A Chinese - Portuguese joint-venture established in 1994  Owned in 51% by CNAC - China National Aviation Corporation (Macau) Co. Ltd. & 49% by ANA - Aeroportos de Portugal, S.A.

5 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008  Airport and Air Navigation Maintenance I - PROFILE OF ADA Our main activities cover:  Aerodrome Management  Passenger Terminal Building Management  Air Traffic, Aeronautical Information and Comm´s Services  Security and Safety Management  Commercial and Financial Management

6 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008           II - The A5 in Pearl River Delta (PRD)

7 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008  Passenger Terminal Capacity 6,000,000 pax / year CAPACITY of MACAU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT II - The A5 in Pearl River Delta (PRD)  Apron 24 parking stands  Runway 3,360m (RWY 34 with CAT II ILS)  Cargo Warehouse Capacity 160,000 tons / Year Area of 8,300m 2  Cargo Warehouse Capacity 160,000 tons / Year Area of 8,300m 2 Area of 45,000m 2

8 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 A5 Performance and Comparison 2006 / 2007 II - The A5 in Pearl River Delta (PRD)

9 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 Performance of Macau International Airport II - The A5 in Pearl River Delta (PRD)

10 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 Passengers handled by MIA since 2000 SARS Source: II - The A5 in Pearl River Delta (PRD)

11 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 The rapid growth of Macau Aviation Industries  The support from China Central Government and Portuguese Government; II - The A5 in Pearl River Delta (PRD)  Opportunity brought by the specific situation between Mainland and Taiwan;  The booming of Macau tourism and gaming industries

12 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 The Challenges faced by MIA and ADA a) Physical limitation and constraints on expansion III - Opportunities and Challenges of MIA and ADA e) Airport staff turnover due to local labor market turbulence d) Dependency on aeronautical incomes c) Monochrome market b) Complexity and congestion of Air Traffic in PRD

13 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 Guangzhou 53NM 20NM 15NM 32NM a) Physical limitation and constraints on expansion

14 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 a) Physical limitation and constraints on expansion

15 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 Air Traffic Management in PRD Region Guangzhou ATCU (ACC, APP, TWR) Zhuhai ATCU (APP, TWR) Shenzhen ATCU (TWR) Guangzhou ATCU (ACC, APP, TWR) Zhuhai ATCU (APP, TWR) Shenzhen ATCU (TWR) CAAC HK SAR MACAU SAR THE EXISTING ATC UNITS b) Complexity and congestion of Air Traffic in PRD Hong Kong ATCU (ACC, APP, TWR) Macau ATCU (TWR)

16 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 Air Traffic Management in Pearl River Delta Region - The Existing ATC Structure b) Complexity and congestion of Air Traffic in PRD

17 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 MACAU ATZ  A circle of 5 NM radius from the aerodrome reference point  West boundary is 3NM from RWY extended center line  5NM wide stub, out to 10 NM on the approach to RWY34  Upper limit: 900 mts (Inclusive) b) Complexity and congestion of Air Traffic in PRD

18 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 Tackling the Challenges  SELF-IMPROVEMENT IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports  COLLABORATION AMONG AIRPORTS

19 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports  Implementation of international standard management systems to improve effectiveness and efficiency; Tackling the Challenges

20 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 Management System Certification of ADA  Jan 2001 Firstly certified to ISO9001:2000 by APCER IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports

21 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 Management System Certification of ADA  Jan 2001 Firstly certified to ISO9001:2000 by APCER  Mar 2002 Through IQNet, ADA obtained the ISO 9001:2000 certification from the largest Chinese Certification Body - China Quality Certification Center (CQC) IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports

22 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 Management System Certification of ADA  Jan 2001 Firstly certified to ISO9001:2000 by APCER  Mar 2002 Through IQNet, ADA obtained the ISO 9001:2000 certification from the largest Chinese Certification Body - China Quality Certification Center (CQC)  May 2004 Obtained the ISO14001:1996 certifications from APCER and CQC IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports

23 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008  Jan 2001 Firstly certified to ISO9001:2000 by APCER  Mar 2002 Through IQNet, ADA obtained the ISO 9001:2000 certification from the largest Chinese Certification Body - China Quality Certification Center (CQC)  May 2004 Obtained the ISO14001:1996 certifications from APCER and CQC  Oct 2005 Upgraded the ISO14001 certification to 2004 version IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports Management System Certification of ADA

24 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 ADA’s Certification Two certification bodies for dual purposes APCER – CQC – to explore the huge China market to build up the network and open up business opportunities in Portuguese speaking countries IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports

25 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 ADA’s Certification Two certification bodies for dual purposes APCER – CQC – to explore the huge China market to build up the network and open up business opportunities in Portuguese speaking countries 1 st in the world ADA was the 1 st in the world with both Airport Management and Air Traffic Service being ISO 9001 Certified 1 st in the world ADA was the 1 st in the world with both Airport Management and Air Traffic Service being ISO 9001 Certified IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports

26 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 Tackling the Challenges  Creation of new services to enhance competitiveness; IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports  Implementation of international standard management systems to improve effectiveness and efficiency;

27 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 Express Link Service No need of formalities at Immigration or Customs in Macau. IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports Passengers departing from Macau airport can also enjoy the same convenient service if they arrive to Macau via the Ferry Terminal; Passengers continue their trip to Hong Kong (Air-to-Sea) or China PRD (Air-to-Land) through the Macau Ferry Terminal or Border by taking transit buses available at the airside of the airport;

28 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 Open up of South East Asia Markets  Open up markets in Thailand, Singapore, Philippines and release heavy dependency on Mainland-Taiwan transfer/transit; IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports  Introduction of LCC’s – Air Asia, Tiger Airways, JetStar, Cebu Pacific, etc. to diversify markets

29 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 Changing of Monochrome Market Commercial Passengers Markets Changing of Monochrome Market Commercial Passengers Markets IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports

30 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports Revenue vs Aeronautical Income (000’s MOP) Revenue vs Aeronautical Income (000’s MOP) 50%

31 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 Tackling the Challenges  Creation of new services to enhance competitiveness;  Implementation of international standard management systems to improve effectiveness and efficiency;  Improvement of productivity by replacement and upgrade of equipment and installations IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports

32 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 System and Installation Improvement South Apron Expansion (5 more stands JUN2007). IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports Runway RESA extension and Land Reclamation between two taxiways (C and H) Macau CNS Systems Replacement Project (on-going) Passenger Terminal Building Commercial Space Project Passenger Terminal Building South Pier Extension

33 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 Land Reclamation between two taxiways (C and H) Airport Layout Plan Macau International Airport - NOV2005

34 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008  The formation of A5 Forum IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports Tackling the Challenges  PRD ATM Planning and Implementation Workgroup

35 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 The A5 Forum IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports

36 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 To strengthen the communication and co-operation between the five airports in the PRD. IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports The A5 FORUM The first PRD A5 Forum was held at Hong Kong International Airport in July The forum agreed to: –Establish co-ordination and support for emergency landing –Joint promotion –Carry out joint studies on specific topics such as simplifying passenger and cargo handling procedures, safety and security, manpower training, etc. The forum agreed to: –Establish co-ordination and support for emergency landing –Joint promotion –Carry out joint studies on specific topics such as simplifying passenger and cargo handling procedures, safety and security, manpower training, etc.

37 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 PRD ATM Planning & Implementation Workgroup To Meet the Air Traffic Demand in Year 2020 PRD ATM Planning & Implementation Workgroup To Meet the Air Traffic Demand in Year 2020 Initiated in February 2003 ATMB (CAAC), CAD HK and AACM One Supervisory, Two Technical Groups Preliminary Plan Completed in Jan 2007 Initiated in February 2003 ATMB (CAAC), CAD HK and AACM One Supervisory, Two Technical Groups Preliminary Plan Completed in Jan 2007 IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports Air Traffic Management in PRD Region

38 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports Air Traffic Management More External Air Routes Optimizing Internal Routing Introduction of New Technology (e.g. RNAV) Study the Modes of Unified Operations More External Air Routes Optimizing Internal Routing Introduction of New Technology (e.g. RNAV) Study the Modes of Unified Operations Break the boundary between Hong Kong and Zhuhai Establishment of PRD South Terminal Center Collaborative ATC Ops based on Unif. Standards Break the boundary between Hong Kong and Zhuhai Establishment of PRD South Terminal Center Collaborative ATC Ops based on Unif. Standards Optimized Airspace Structure South & North Terminal Centers Full Implementation of RNAV Technology Much Unified ATC Ops within the whole Region Optimized Airspace Structure South & North Terminal Centers Full Implementation of RNAV Technology Much Unified ATC Ops within the whole Region Three Planning & Implementation Stages: Three Planning & Implementation Stages: Short Term (By Year 2010) Short Term (By Year 2010) Medium Term (By Year 2015) Medium Term (By Year 2015) Long Term (By Year 2020) Long Term (By Year 2020)

39 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 Unified Operational Standards - Unit of Measurement - Separation Minima - Airspace Classification Unified Operational Standards - Unit of Measurement - Separation Minima - Airspace Classification Unified Operational Procedures - DEP/ARR Sequencing - Preferred Routing - Collaborative Decision-Making Unified Operational Procedures - DEP/ARR Sequencing - Preferred Routing - Collaborative Decision-Making IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports Air Traffic Management UNIFIED CONTROL UNIFIED CONTROL

40 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 COOPERATION AMONG A5 AIRPORTS The Article 37 of the Chicago Convention (1944) postulates a principle appealing the following: IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports “…Each contracting State undertakes to collaborate in securing the highest practicable degree of uniformity in regulations, standards, procedures and organisation in relation to aircraft, personnel, airways and auxiliary services in all matters in which such uniformity will facilitate and improve air navigation.”

41 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 Areas which Airports can Cooperate  Airspace and Air Navigation Standardization IV - Self-improvement and Collaboration among Airports  Facilities  Safety  Technology  Control of endemic outbreak  Security  Environmental aspects  Regional Economic Development

42 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 December ADA was invited to deliver a presentation in an Aeronautical Information Service (AIS) Seminar organized by ICAO, with the topic “ISO 9001 Documentation in AIS” V - ADA’s Vision and Collaboration

43 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 V - ADA’s Vision and Collaboration NOV Provision of a Quality Management System Workshop to the Aeronautical Information Service Unit of Japan Civil Aviation Bureau; NOV Provision of a Quality Management System Workshop to the Aeronautical Information Service Unit of Japan Civil Aviation Bureau; DEC Delivery of an airport operation training to China Southern Airlines Company Limited; MAY Delivery of QMS training to delegates of Air Traffic Management Bureau of China; FEB Provision of airport management training together with ANA to Inner Mongolia Civil Airports Group Company; JUL Provision of Diagnosis of QMS and EMS to Longjia Airport of Changchun jointly with CQC.

44 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 V - The Vision

45 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 P rofits, R evenues, D ividends Pearl River Delta R egulations and Standards uniformity, P rofessional Exchange, D evelopment Coordination/Cooperation P P R R D D P R D

46 Shanghai 17 JUN 2008 謝 Thank you


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