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David Gamper, Director, Safety and Technical Affairs ACI World PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP for the ICAO AIR NAVIGATION CONFERENCE ICAO HEADQUARTERS MONTREAL.

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1 David Gamper, Director, Safety and Technical Affairs ACI World PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP for the ICAO AIR NAVIGATION CONFERENCE ICAO HEADQUARTERS MONTREAL 17 NOVEMBER 2012 ASBUs – Blocks 2 & 3 Overview Blocks 2 & 3 – ACI Viewpoint

2 Cooperation at the International Level 2 ICAOs leadership role Publication of standards and framework documents Creative vision Industry collaboration

3 The year 2011 marked 20 years serving airports worldwide 3

4 4 ACIs Mission To advance the interests of airports and to promote professional excellence in management and operation of airports.

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6 ACI World Montreal, Canada ACI North America Washington, DC ACI Latin America-Caribbean Quito, Ecuador ACI Africa Casablanca, Morocco ACI Asia-Pacific Hong Kong ACI Europe Brussels, Belgium ACI World and Regional Offices 6

7 Airports are diverse and unique 7

8 +5.3% passengers in billion passengers in % passengers first ½ of and 2012 Passenger Traffic Source: ACI World 8

9 (the Block 3 horizon) is only 15 years away! By then, we expect close to 10 BILLION passengers, a near doubling from now Growth Factors Include: GDP Growth Population Growth Propensity to Travel

10 Airports are Facing Challenges Capacity constraints Congestion Aircraft delays Increased carbon emissions Managing Real-time airport operations Irregular operations The situation is likely to get worse with projected traffic growth Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) is needed to overcome these challenges

11 Airport Regional Inter-Continental CDM Evolution and Integration Stand-alone A-CDM Airside Landside / Airside integration Inflight CDM Regionally integrated A-CDM Inflight CDM ICAO - System Wide Information Management (SWIM) EUROCONTROL ACI EUROPE A-CDM Project ICAO Aviation System Block Upgrades SESAR (Europe) NEXT GEN (US) Example

12 12 The Airport - CDM Partners ATC CFMU Airport Operator Aircraft Operators Ground Handlers

13 Airlines Ground handling ATC Pax handling Baggage handling Roads, car parks Environmental Management Shared information Task distribution Efficient design Interfaces We Each Hold a Piece of the Puzzle 13

14 Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) 14 (Airport) We plan this... (Airline) Great, but what we want is this... (ATC) Sorry guys, but we work like this... (Communities) Noise + gaseous pollution, safety... (Ground handling) How will we cope? (Legislator) Slot rules, Safety, Economic, Environmental Regulation etc... (PAX) landside congestion, check-in, security, delays…

15 15 Challenges (1) Improve common situational awareness between the airport partners

16 16 Challenges (2) Enhance predictability of airport operations

17 17 Challenges (3) Optimise the utilisation of airport resources

18 18 Challenges (4) Limit the environmental impact of airport operations

19 19 Challenges (5) Better integrate the airports into the ATM Network

20 – Aviation industry has: Recommended Process Definitions (flow descriptions) - i.e. Airport CDM milestones Recommended Data Descriptions (envelopes) - i.e. AIDX – Aviation Information Data Exchange - XML schema approved by ACI and IATA – … but we need: Recommended web-service interfaces that show: – WHAT data is available, – HOW this data can be exchanged, and – HOW this data can be (re)used in an efficient way. This is what the ACI ACRIS WG is focusing on ACRIS RP (ACI502A10) approved by the ACI World Governing Board ACRIS – Airport Community Recommended Information Services © 2012 Airports Council International

21 Performance Based Navigation for Airport Operators 21 BENEFITS Environment Reduced emissions Capacity Reduced delays Safety Especially for runway ends not served by precision navigation aids

22 22 Noise exposure remains a major problem Airports need permission to grow Land use planning around airports can create new problems New approach and departure routes need to be planned with the airport operator and surrounding communities Noise Concerns

23 Reducing Community Noise Exposure and Helping Airports to Help their Communities 23

24 Impediments to Performance Based Navigation 24 Aircraft equipage: many older aircraft not equipped for PBN Lack of PBN procedures at some airports PBN capable aircraft may have to fit in with non-PBN capable aircraft on same flight tracks Pilot demand for radar vectoring for quickest arrival time Congested airspace makes aircraft arrival time management difficult

25 Overcoming Impediments to Performance Based Navigation 25 Increase capacity with new approach and departure routes Reorganize traffic/ Creative Vision Overlay PBN and non-PBN procedures

26 26 Leading, representing and serving the global airport community


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