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1 Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System, Montreal, 29 March Planning for Performance Based Navigation: Airspace Concept and Implementation Processes Jeffrey T. Williams Manager, RNAV & RNP Group Air Traffic Organization U.S. Federal Aviation Administration Jeffrey T. Williams Manager, RNAV & RNP Group Air Traffic Organization U.S. Federal Aviation Administration

2 Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System, Montreal, 29 March Overview PBN Snapshot: Components, Elements What is an Airspace Concept? Airspace Concept: Strategic Considerations Airspace Concept: Navigation Specifications by Domain Implementation Processes in the ICAO PBN Manual

3 Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System, Montreal, 29 March Key Components QRNAV - a method of navigation enabling aircraft to fly on any desired flight path within the coverage of referenced NAVAIDS or within the limits of the capability of self-contained systems, or a combination of these capabilities RNAV QRNP is RNAV operations with the added feature of on-board navigation performance monitoring and alerting RNP

4 Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System, Montreal, 29 March PBN Elements: A Snapshot NavigationSpecification NavaidInfrastructure NavigationApplication

5 Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System, Montreal, 29 March What is an Airspace Concept? General Vision or Master Plan for particular airspace Covers all elements of CNS/ATM Geared towards Strategic Objectives PBN is only the N in CNS/ATM

6 Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System, Montreal, 29 March Airspace Concept: Strategic Objective Considerations Safety? Capacity?Efficiency?Environment?Access? C OM N AV S UR ATM AIRSPACE CONCEPT

7 Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System, Montreal, 29 March Airspace Concept: Navigation Specifications By Domain (1) Oceanic & Remote Continental RNAV 10 (50/50) – e.g. Pacific RNP 4 (30/30) – e.g. Tasman Sea Continental En Route RNAV 5 – e.g. EUR Continental RNAV 2 – e.g. US Continental

8 Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System, Montreal, 29 March Terminal: Arrival and Departure RNAV 1 – EUR and US terminal airspace Basic RNP 1 – Future low density airspace Approach RNP APCH – US and EUR RNP AR APCH – US & various other Airspace Concept: Navigation Specifications By Domain (2)

9 Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System, Montreal, 29 March Implementation Processes ICAO PBN Manual – Doc 9613 (Revised) Process 1 – Determining Requirements Process 2 – Identifying ICAO Navigation Specification(s) for Implementation Process 3 – Planning and Implementation All 3 Processes need the combined efforts of regulators, service providers, users to be effective

10 Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System, Montreal, 29 March Implementation Process 1 Determining Requirements Formulate Airspace Concept Assess Fleet Capability & NAVAID Infrastructure Assess Comm, Surveillance, ATM System Identify necessary navigation functions

11 Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System, Montreal, 29 March Implementation Process 2 Identifying ICAO Navigation Specification(s) for Implementation Review ICAO Navigation Specifications If necessary, can trade-offs to requirements be made? Select ICAO Navigation Specification(s) Can fleet capability, CNS/ATM infrastructure support?

12 Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System, Montreal, 29 March Implementation Process 3 Planning and Implementation Route / procedure placement, design, validation, pilot and controller training, automation implementation activities in 10 steps 1-Formulate Safety Plan 2- Validate Airspace Concept 3- Design Procedures/Routes 4-Design Review (Ground) 5-Implementation Decision 6-Flight Inspection/Validation 7-ATC System Integration 8-Training/Awareness 9-Implementation Date 10-Post Implementation Review

13 Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System, Montreal, 29 March Thank you


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