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1 September 2008Page 1 – Air Traffic Management Air Traffic Management FRENCH FUA The principles of the flexible use of airspace

2 September 2008Page 2 – Air Traffic Management Outlines Military and civil air traffic compatibility. FUA purpose FUA : 3 co-ordination levels (strategic, pre-tactical, tactical) Main flexible airspace structures : CDR and TSA Airspace Management Cell Level 2 coordination methods and tools

3 September 2008Page 3 – Air Traffic Management Approval perspective

4 September 2008Page 4 – Air Traffic Management ZAD ACC CRG 3 ASM levels Civilian/Defence Co-ordinations Level 2Level 3 Level 1 Airspace Directory DAST DIRCAM Regulators/legislators Pre-tactical management ACC/FMP CDPGE Real-time management CDC DCC ACC FUA : 3 CO-ORDINATION LEVELS AMC FRANCE CIVILIAN DEFENCE

5 September 2008Page 5 – Air Traffic Management National Instance : the Directoire (DEA), co-directed by the civilian Regulation Director (DAST) and operational air trafic director (DIRCAM) is the permanent high level strategic policy body in charge of : nRe-assessment of current State airspace and route structures nPlanning of temporary airspace structures (TSAs, CBAs, CDRs) nEstablishment of negotiation procedures and priority rules in AMC nEstablishment of periodical review mechanism nEvaluation of national Airspace Requirements National permanent groups, co-directed by DSNA and DIRCAM reporting to DEA nGPCSC : Permanent group for control systems coordination nGPCA : Permanent group for ATM coordination Regional Instances : CRG : « Comité Régional de Gestion » 4 Regional Committees (permanent structure) Prepare projects for validation by DEA Preparation of special events STRATEGIC LEVEL ASM FUA LEVEL 1

6 September 2008Page 6 – Air Traffic Management Cellule Nationale de Gestion de lEspace Aérien (CNGE), joint Civil /Military body located inside DSNA/DO and created in 1996 CDPGE: Defense booking and planning management cell This Airpace Management Cell(AMC) : n Collects and analyses all Airspace and Routes Requests which may require temporary airspace segregation n Allocates, after internal negociation, the airspaces identified as TSA, CBA and CDR with a daily notification through the Airspace Use Plan (AUP); n Analyses afterwards about the Use of Airspace All the procedures are included in the level 2 protocol. PRE-TACTICAL LEVEL - ASM FUA LEVEL 2 Athis-Mons CNGE FMP(s) CDPGE

7 September 2008Page 7 – Air Traffic Management LEVEL 2 PROTOCOL The protocol is composed of two parts general body revised every 3 years annexes revised every year Validated in DEA Common instructions with fixed priorities Constraint sharing if needed Event forecast For an optimal use of Airspace and a permanent dialogue

8 September 2008Page 8 – Air Traffic Management Optimization of the airspace use Priorities to the General Air Traffic : To improve Air Traffic Flow ; To adapt capacity to demand ; Taking into account « Black slots » when very heavy traffic.Taking into account « Black slots » when very heavy traffic. Rescue clauses : To limit the restrictions to OAT : o limitation of the number of black slot to the most penalizing ; o Lateral and vertical partitioning of the areas; o limitation of simultaneously partitioning.

9 September 2008Page 9 – Air Traffic Management Example of lateral and vertical partioning UE UF 245 TL TSA 20A UY 340 XR 300 UR 265 TM 20B In red : East restriction In green : West restriction

10 September 2008Page 10 – Air Traffic Management TACTICAL LEVEL - ASM FUA LEVEL 3 Civil-Military coordination via DCCs (civilian coordination unit in each military ATC center) real-time knowledge and representation on radar display of an area activity (activation and de-activation at RDPS level) real-time coordination in favor of each GAT and OAT (exchange of flight data from CAUTRA to STRIDA in real time) Direct link between controllers with identification of the caller (currently applied for specific cases, IRSP, SDA). Global implementation subject to technical tool availability. (gate-way between the two VCS systems ARTEMIS (civil) MTBA (mil) Agreed Road Map between FAF and DSNA for the coimplantation of Military Control and Coordination Centers (CMCC) in french ACCs, in line with FAB EC « pragmatic model » Brest ACC: CMCC operational Bordeaux ACC: CMCC operational in 2009 Aix-Marseilles ACC: CMCC operational between 2010-2012 Reims ACC: optimum model for CMCC under study for implementation in line with FAB EC Enhanced ATFCM/ASM (level 2and 3) concept of operation (2013-2015).

11 September 2008Page 11 – Air Traffic Management ACC/FMPs DIRCAM /SDP: Organization : AMC (CNGE). DSNA/DO CELLULE NATIONALE DE GESTION DE LESPACE AMC FRANCE CIVILIAN COMPONENT DEFENCE COMPONENT CDPGE

12 September 2008Page 12 – Air Traffic Management CDPGE Defence Booking & Planning Cell ACC/FMPs AMC FRANCE AIP NOTAM AIC BELGIUM SWITZERLAND LONDON AMC AMC : Airspace Data feeding Civilian DATA AIS DATA CBA DATA Defence DATA

13 September 2008Page 13 – Air Traffic Management Manageable routes : CDR 1/2

14 September 2008Page 14 – Air Traffic Management Manageable routes : CDR & WE Routes

15 September 2008Page 15 – Air Traffic Management Busy Fridays Week-end routes status = CDR1 WE routes are Available as from 10h00 UTC except in case of a 96 hour advance notice NOTAM issue Other busy days Week-end routes status = CDR2 WE routes are opened by AMC after defence activity in interfering TSAs Manageable routes : Specific Days

16 September 2008Page 16 – Air Traffic Management Manageable Areas : TSA, D & R zones R123 R122 CBA1A CBA1B CBA1C TSA6 TSA8B TSA9A/B TSA10A TSA10B TSA10C123 D12N D14 D15B CBA16B TRA SUD TSA20A TSA20B TSA22A TSA22B TSA24A TSA24B TSA32 TSA34 TSA35 TSA40N TSA40S TSA41 TSA42N TSA42S TSA43A TSA43B TSA44 TSA44E TSA46N TSA46S D12G TSA8A D12S CBA25A/B D32 D33 B A C D E R68 TSA9B TSA9A

17 September 2008Page 17 – Air Traffic Management Civilian constraints = D-7 traffic demand / AMC capacity (AMC capacity = ATC capacity with interfering military activity). Green slots traffic demand = 130% of AMC capacity and > 100% of maximum capacity (maximum capacity = capacity without military activity) CIV has priority Constraints : Civilian constraints

18 September 2008Page 18 – Air Traffic Management Constraints : Defence Constraints Each defence demand with index 1 has priority during the so-called Normal defence time, except during black slots Normal defence time (except for busy days) Winter time (utc)Summer time (utc) Monday08h00 to 22h00Monday07h00 to 23h00 Tuesday to Thursday07h00 to 22h00Tuesday to Thursday06h00 to 23h00 Friday07h00 to 16h00Friday06h00 to 15h00

19 September 2008Page 19 – Air Traffic Management At D-6, at the latest D-5 : Black slots working-out At D-2 : Opening scheme with green, yellow & red slots At D-1 12h00 LT: Negotiation working paper = CIV + DEF requirements gathering To permit comparison of both requirements Neighbouring AMC + other ASM manager requests Preparation for negotiation

20 September 2008Page 20 – Air Traffic Management At D-6, at the latest D-5 : Black slots working-out At D-2 : Opening scheme with green, yellow & red slots At D-1 12h00 LT: Negotiation working paper = CIV + DEF requirements gathering To permit comparison of both requirements Neighbouring AMC + other ASM manager requests Preparation for negotiation

21 September 2008Page 21 – Air Traffic Management black slots working-out CDPGE Defence Booking & Planning Cell Black slots to be taken into account in initial defence planning AMC At D-6 (D-5 at the latest ) before day of ops

22 September 2008Page 22 – Air Traffic Management At D-6, at the latest D-5 : Black slots working-out At D-2 : Opening scheme with green, yellow & red slots At D-1 12h00 LT: Negotiation working paper = CIV + DEF requirements gathering To permit comparison of both requirements Neighbouring AMC + other ASM manager requests Preparation for negotiation

23 September 2008Page 23 – Air Traffic Management ACC/FMPs Opening schemes At D-2 before day of ops Green, yellow & red slots working-out CDPGE Defence Booking & Planning Cell AMC Opening schemes Green, yellow & red slots

24 September 2008Page 24 – Air Traffic Management At D-6, at the latest D-5 : Black slots working-out At D-2 : Opening scheme with green, yellow & red slots At D-1 12h00 LT: Negotiation working paper = CIV + DEF requirements gathering To permit comparison of both requirements Neighbouring AMC + other ASM manager requests Preparation for negotiation

25 September 2008Page 25 – Air Traffic Management ACC/FMPs Initial French Defence planning including Switzerland (CBA25s) & Belgium (CBA1s) requests AMC At D-1 12h00 LT If necessary AMC requests ACC/FMPs expertise CDPGE Belgium AMC CBA1C, CBA16B & interfering CDRs planning Other airspace managers Various planning interfering with manageable CDRs Switzerland AMC CBA25s planning LONDON AMC Plymouth areas

26 September 2008Page 26 – Air Traffic Management Preparation for negotiation : working paper Defence planning = Defence Constraints A = index 1 Red slot Black slot Supplementary GAT priority Yellow slot Green slots

27 September 2008Page 27 – Air Traffic Management To satisfy CIV & DEF requirements in sharing constraints (Level 2 Protocol body) General negotiation principles Civilian requirements for defence activity adjustments Dialog between both components Collective research for solutions Priority principles GAT has priority for black slots Defence has priority during the so-called normal defence time, except for black slots. Negotiation process

28 September 2008Page 28 – Air Traffic Management To apply priority principles and Defence safety clause (level 2 protocol annex 2 rules) Management rules Supplementary GAT priority during some specific periods Defence safety clauses Area reduction : lateral or vertical restrictions of area To limit the number of black slots To limit the simultaneity of restrictions Negotiation process

29 September 2008Page 29 – Air Traffic Management Answers to Civil requirements if positive answer : defence activity alteration Civil requirements after comparison Defence squadrons Negotiation process CDPGE Defence Booking & planning Cell 1 3 2 AMC CIVILIAN DEFENCE Military negotiation 4 Confrontation 5 AUP issue At D-1 after 12h00 LT :

30 September 2008Page 30 – Air Traffic Management Area management : adjustment of mil. activity Defence activity Alterations after military agreement

31 September 2008Page 31 – Air Traffic Management CDR management : CDR2 opening CDR2 opening before & after mil. activity

32 September 2008Page 32 – Air Traffic Management If no agreement between both components ARBITRATION Exceptional procedure ( less than once a year) At department head level (DIRCAM & DSNA/DO) Procedure must be completed before 16h00 LT. Negotiation process failure = Arbitration

33 September 2008Page 33 – Air Traffic Management Negotiation process result : French AUP

34 September 2008Page 34 – Air Traffic Management ACC/FMPs AMC CESNAC Neighbouring AMC/ACC CFMU CADF AUP (ACA, FAX, or e-mail) French AUP : At D-1 before 16h00 LT AUP Promulgation : to allocate airspace flexible structures Validity period (D 06h00 to D+1 06h00 UTC) CDPGE Defence Booking & planning Cell

35 September 2008Page 35 – Air Traffic Management For Defence part: Lateral or vertical restriction of zone (size reduction) Military activity time shifting Zone change No military activity Negotiation processing consequences For civilian part : lower capacity implementation Regulation measure implementation

36 September 2008Page 36 – Air Traffic Management Alterations can be : Cancellation or cut of mil. activity Supplementary allocation of mil. activity Green slot : OK Yellow slot : Negotiation Black or red slot : NO no reconsideration of CDR2 opening AMC Update of AUP : UUPs Defence inputs at 10h00 and before 14h00 LT (if case of need) CDPGE Defence Booking & planning Cell Defence inputs ACC/FMPs ACC/FMPs expertise

37 September 2008Page 37 – Air Traffic Management ACC/FMPs CESNAC CFMU CADF Main UUP (ACA, FAX, or e-mail) UUP : at D before 11h00 LT Sending of main UUP Validity period : from D 14h00 LT to D+1 06h00 UTC AMC Neighbouring AMC/ACC CDPGE Defence Booking & planning Cell

38 September 2008Page 38 – Air Traffic Management CESNAC CFMU CADF At D before 15h00 LT Sending of supplementary UUP if case of need Validity period : from D 18h00 LT to D+1 06h00 UTC ACC/FMPs AMC Neighbouring AMC/ACC CDPGE Defence Booking & planning Cell Sup. UUP (ACA, FAX, or e-mail)

39 September 2008Page 39 – Air Traffic Management French UUPs

40 September 2008Page 40 – Air Traffic Management After event analysis On request Monthly Yearly Topics Effective airspace use Negotiation results Impacts on airspace traffic flows After event analysis

41 September 2008Page 41 – Air Traffic Management Effective use of Manageable Areas

42 September 2008Page 42 – Air Traffic Management ADDITIONAL PRACTICES Supplementary GAT priorities

43 September 2008Page 43 – Air Traffic Management RN RE RW BARCELONA HUB TIME

44 September 2008Page 44 – Air Traffic Management On a trial, every working day from 11h30 to 13h30 LT, in case of any defence requirements: TSA 41RE + 41RN, 46NRE & 46SRE (restricted areas) are allocated for defence slots BARCELONA HUB TIME

45 September 2008Page 45 – Air Traffic Management Westbound tracks agreement Regarding weather conditions on north Atlantic ocean, a level 2 protocol priority is given to GAT in TSA8 (11h00 to 14h00), in TSA6 (11h30 to 14h30),& in D12N/S/G (12h00 to 15h00) for westbound tracks. The purpose of such a measure is to adapt airspace/capacity availability to the demand (especially NAT westbound tracks). The southern the tracks are, the most penalising is the military activity for the users. Several scenarios (named by French FIR exit point prior entering SHANWICK ocean FIR) have been created describing repercussions on military activity.

46 September 2008Page 46 – Air Traffic Management Westbound tracks agreement

47 September 2008Page 47 – Air Traffic Management Westbound tracks agreement

48 September 2008Page 48 – Air Traffic Management Westbound tracks agreement Procedure o 5 days forecast by mail o 2 days forecast by telephone Brest ACC/ FMP French AMC at 12h00 LT

49 September 2008Page 49 – Air Traffic Management Scenarios : LIMRI MALOT DOGAL KORIB MASIT NIBOG MIMKU GOMUP ERAKA BALIX ATSIX RATSU o No civil requirements Scenario : DINIM o TSA8B capped at FL275. o AWACS activity o No civil requirements for TSA6 & D12. Scenario : SOMAX o TSA8B capped at FL275. o NO AWACS in TSA8. o Use of north restriction of TSA6 o No D12N above FL275. Scenario : BEDRA o TSA8B capped at FL275. o NO AWACS in TSA8. o Use of north restriction of TSA6. o No D12G above FL275. Westbound tracks agreement

50 September 2008Page 50 – Air Traffic Management Westbound tracks agreement Scenarios : ETIKI – SEPAL – SIVIR o TSA8B capped at FL275.. o NO AWACS in TSA8. o TSA6 capped at FL275. o D12G capped at FL275.

51 September 2008Page 51 – Air Traffic Management FRENCH FUA End of Presentation


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