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1 Industry Viewpoint – Block 0 Carlos Cirilo Assistant Director Infrastructure Strategy 16 November 2012

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4 Industry Viewpoint - Block 04 Aviation emissions challenge…… 16 November 2012

5 Global Aviation Industry Targets % p/a fuel efficiency Working towards Carbon-Neutral Growth Carbon-Neutral Growth from 2020 Implementation of global sectoral approach 50% reduction in net CO 2 emissions over 2005 levels Industry Viewpoint - Block November 2012

6 What is the Solution? Industry Viewpoint - Block November 2012

7 7 7 Focus on Block 0 7 Optimum Capacity and Flexible Flights Globally Interoperable Systems and Data Efficient Flight Path Airport Operations Performance Improvement Areas Block 0 (2013) Global Air Navigation Industry Symposium September 2011 Industry Viewpoint - Block November 2012

8 8 Block Maturity Lifecycle SIMPLIFIED LIFECYCLE IOC Initial Operational Capability - Feasibility Operations Deployment Industrialisation Decommissioning V3 V2 V6 V5 V4 V7 V1 V0 V3 V2 V6 V5 V4 V7 V1 R&D Implementation Operations B0 B3 B2 B1 Concept Definition Identification of Needs B0: Capabilities available in 2013 Standardisation activities Pre-Industrial Development and Integration Decision Planning Decisions based on business case and validation results as developed during the previous phase Global Air Navigation Industry Symposium September 2011 Industry Viewpoint - Block November 2012

9 Block 0: Capabilities within our grasp overview Improved airport accessibility – using Performance- based Navigation (PBN) Improved flexibility and efficiency in descent profiles – Continuous Descent Operations (CDO) Improved flexibility and efficiency in departure profiles – Continuous Climb Operations (CCO) Industry Viewpoint - Block November 2012

10 Block 0: Capabilities within our grasp PBN PBN is today and we have to implement now: Main enabler for runway safety Increase accessibility of airports Increase of airspace efficiency Environmental solutions (noise and emissions) PBN is the key building block for next generation airspace concepts (SESAR, NextGen, CARATS, etc.) Industry Viewpoint - Block 010

11 Implementing PBN Through Collaborative Decision Making Harmonized Requirements Incentives Operational Financial Mandate Incentives can lead to early benefits The Air Navigation System benefits from early implementation Industry Viewpoint - Block November 2012

12 RNP Approach allows 3D use Safety - Accessibility Industry Viewpoint - Block November 2012

13 Optimized Tracks RNP AR Optimized Tracks Savings via: NIBAT – 3.8 NM EDLOR – 7.2 NM ORDEP – 10.3 NM KLAFU – 7.7 NM RABIV – 7 NM SIVAL – 5.7 NM 7 NM 7 NM RNP AR Optimized Tracks Savings via: NIBAT – 3.8 NM EDLOR – 7.2 NM ORDEP – 10.3 NM KLAFU – 7.7 NM RABIV – 7 NM SIVAL – 5.7 NM 7 NM 7 NM PBN Symposium October 2012

14 Block 0: Capabilities within our grasp CDO and CCO CDO and CCO provide significant benefits in terms of: Fuel burn reduction Gaseous emissions reduction Noise reduction CDO and CCO enabled by Performance-based Navigation Industry Viewpoint - Block November 2012

15 15 Continuous Descent Operations (CDOs) Save fuel lbs Up to 40% less noise Reduced radio transmissions Lower pilot workload Reduced hearback / readback errors

16 Fuel savings/emission reduction Atlanta CDO demo Published STAR West Flow operations 11 Tracks Vertical Profiles Miami CDO demo Published STAR East Flow operations 4 Tracks Vertical Profiles CDOs provide large benefits in fuel, emissions, and flight time reductions Atlanta (ATL) : North Arrival STAR at Atlanta (ATL) 144 Liters of fuel savings and 360kg reduction in CO2 emissions per flight North Arrival STAR at Miami (MIA) liters of fuel savings and kg reduction in CO2 emissions per flight 600 CDO night demos at ATL from August – November 2008 Two North Arrival STARs liters of fuel savings and 380kg reduction in CO2 emissions per flight Industry Viewpoint - Block November 2012

17 Beyond Planning… ICAO and its partners are already addressing roll-out of PBN and associated airspace design features such as CDO and CCO. But assistance and full support from all our aviation stakeholders is needed. Industry Viewpoint - Block November 2012

18 Final remarks Capabilities with in our grasp. Dont let it slip through your fingers…. PBN is the key stepping stone and affects all corners. In order to create a sound basis for the future of our air navigation system we all need to contribute Starting now. Industry Viewpoint - Block November 2012

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20 Industry Viewpoint – Block 0 Carlos Cirilo IATA Tel ext. 3620


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