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Heather Bell GMFIR Vancouver November 9, 2010 NAV CANADA.

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1 Heather Bell GMFIR Vancouver November 9, 2010 NAV CANADA

2 VANCOUVER FIR UPDATE  FIR OVERVIEW  WHAT HAPPENED IN 2010  Winter Olympics  Airspace/Airport Updates  Meadows Arrival Trial  CYXX RNP 25  TMU West  Customer Forum  LOOKING FORWARD  Vancouver Airspace Improvement  Voice Recognition

3 Vancouver FIR

4 2010 Winter Games  Traffic Management  Aviation Security Requirements  Integrated Security Unit  Cross Border Security  Sea to Sky corridor-design, train, equip  Coordination, Collaboration and Communication  Operations, Technical Operations, Engineering, Finance, Legal  RCMP, Transport Canada, NORAD, CBSA FAA  Legacy Improvements  FIMS/EXCDS Kamloops FIC  EXCDS Boundary Bay  MLAT

5 4 Airspace-Meadows Arrival  Trial since July 5, 2010  Collaborative Decision Process-response to Customer Input  Successful and anticipate continuing with current practice  Waiting for chart publication to include change  Reduced track miles to touchdown  Profiled descent from TOD  Estimate 5% receive CANUCK ARR

6 5 Airspace-RNP Rwy 25 CYXX Month RNP 25Litres saved GHG (m 3 ) reduced GHG (tonnes) reduced Jan 87 21,750 Feb 76 19,000 Mar ,500 Apr ,000 May ,500 June ,000 July ,250 TOTAL , , Over $150,000 in savings

7 YXX Tower: Taxiway Construction

8 AIRSPACE/AIRPORTS  New FSS Victoria Harbour  New ILS Nanaimo  Campbell River Runway extension/Localizer replacement and Glide Path relocation

9 TMU West

10 9 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT IN CANADA NATIONAL OPERATIONS CENTRE (Ottawa) TMU EAST (Toronto) TMU WEST (Vancouver)

11 10 What does TMU West do?  Coordinate and implement all regional Traffic Management Initiatives (Winnipeg and West)  Focal point for regional stakeholder Communication/Collaboration

12 11 Traffic Management Initiatives Tactical Options:  In-Trail Spacing or Airborne Holding  Call For Release (CFR)  during periods of short-term excess demand  Ground Delay Program (GDP)  during period of sustained excess demand

13 12 Collaboration  Strategic Planning  Equipment  Weather  Other Constraints  Customer Requirements and Priorities  Ground vs Airborne Delays  Managing high priority flights  Missed Departure times  Balancing safety and efficiency

14 History—CYYC Metering The objectives of the Calgary Metering Project : Improve Service Delivery by reducing the use of tactical airborne holding associated with CYYC arrivals Reduce Overall System Delays for CYYC Arrivals Challenges Airport Capacity Scheduled vs non-scheduled-unpredictable departure times

15 Vancouver Customer Forum  First Customer Forum well attended  Next Forum Spring 2011

16 Vancouver Airspace Review PHASE I  Completed 2007  Redesign of IFR arrival routes. PHASE II  Completed July 2009  Redesign of VFR airspace  Increase in safety for commercial floatplane operations  Increased capacity for several control zones  Protection of airspace for IFR routes

17 Vancouver Airspace Review WHAT IS PHASE III?  Comprehensive study of all YVR tower procedures  Identify necessary safety changes  Continue to identify efficiency gains

18 Vancouver Airspace Review PHASE III CHANGES ALREADY IMPLEMENTED  ASDE Virtual Stop Bars  Intersection departure rules  08R/26L ILS GP protection

19 YVR Tower: ASDE Virtual Stop Bars

20 YVR Tower: Intersection Departures  Intersection Departure Rules  All aircraft are issued threshold departures unless:  The flight is a MEDEVAC.  The flight has a flow time.  There are no other aircraft waiting at the threshold.  Improved safety  Went from third highest Runway Incursions in Canada to 13th

21 YVR Tower: Glide Path Protection  NAV CANADA and YVR Airport have made a significant investment to move the glide path shacks closer to the runway to improve the hold lines and still ensure the glide path is protected in all weather conditions.

22 GLIDE PATH PROTECTION Glide Path Shacks Old Hold Lines New Hold Lines Before Glide Path Relocation New Hold Lines Due to Glide Slope Shack Rearrangement

23 New Simulation Technology  AT COACH  Simulator Engine  AT VOICE  Voice Recognition and Response Engine  Resource Efficiency  Correct Phraseology enforcement  Immediacy  Ability to practice  First Generic Enroute Course completed in Vancouver  First Generic Terminal Course to begin in November  First Specialty Specific Terminal Course to follow

24 Questions?

25 24 / Hr 32 / Hr Excess Demand


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