Presentation on theme: "1 Alberta Airspace & Services Project (AASP) AOCM Presentation Nov 30, 2011 Jim Strukalo – NAV CANADA Project Manager"— Presentation transcript:
1 Alberta Airspace & Services Project (AASP) AOCM Presentation Nov 30, 2011 Jim Strukalo – NAV CANADA Project Manager firstname.lastname@example.org
2 AASP Goals To maintain or enhance the level of safety within the new airspace system. To renew the airspace and procedures in Alberta and update our systems in support of the new parallel runway in Calgary, To update the NAV CANADA airspace system to take full advantage of current and planned technologies that will enable our customers to utilize the latest in flight deck technologies and To complete the development and design of the project by May 2013 for implementation and opening of the new runway in May of 2014.
CYEG CYYC Calgary Parallel Runway Ops – May 2014
55 Collaboration Fully collaborative design process. Technical Design Working Group established, to facilitate the design process Customer technical representatives (Pilots), Air Traffic Controllers and Planning Specialists Additional consultation through individual and/or AASP group meetings: Customers Air Carriers Oil Sands and Additional Corporate Flight Training and Recreational Airport Authorities Calgary, Edmonton Additional Stakeholders Adjacent Facilities – WG, VR, FAA (SEA, SLC) TC NAV CANADA Departments – AIS, Airspace Design Specialists, Procedures, Simulators Communities
6 Current Project Status Business Case – nearing completion 4 Options Developed – based on bedpost design STARs for the 4 options in draft Circulated amongst Design Working Group Upcoming design meeting to get feedback on STARs Enroute phase of flight - designs work in progress
7 Near Term Next Steps Meet with Design Working Group to review YC terminal designs. Finalize Option Cases – (4) Fast Time simulation of Option Cases to evaluate efficiencies to Base Case. Narrow the design to 1 or 2 and focus on these for final efficiency determination. Further business case analysis. Finalize Enroute portions of plans.
9 Edmonton Terminal Airspace Review Timelines - driven by CYXD and CZVL milestones. Current Project Activities Stakeholder Identification Review of current airspace structure Identification of operational opportunities for both Customers and ANSP Areas of Initial Consideration A review of the utilization of the airspace to the North and Northeast of CYXD; since RWY 16-34 has been closed. A feasibility review of resizing the size of Class C airspace, with the closure of CYXD, and a goal of increased access to this airspace. i.e. the Chipman Soaring Area Assurance that any new approaches are kept within controlled airspace and the impact this will have on future designs. Collaborative Approach To determine requirements and constraints of Stakeholders. Communication and coordination for customer feedback is a project requirement.