Presentation on theme: "1 THE POTENTIALS OF THE ATM STRATEGY FOR YEARS 2000+ by Val Eggers."— Presentation transcript:
1 THE POTENTIALS OF THE ATM STRATEGY FOR YEARS by Val Eggers
2 C O N T E N T S l THE STATUS OF THE STRATEGY DOC l THE AIM OF THE STRATEGY l THE MAJOR FEATURES OF THE STRATEGY l THE ATM NETWORK l THE POTENTIALS OF THE STRATEGY l FROM STRATEGY TO REALITY l PHARE AND THE STRATEGY
3 STATUS OF THE STRATEGY DOCUMENT l OCT 98 DG EUROCONTROL receives draft Strategy; l NOV 98 PC considers draft Strategy; l JAN 99 PC seminar on draft Strategy; l APR 99 PC approves draft Executive Summary + Strat; l MAY 99 ECAC/EUROCONTROL establishes Task Force; l DEC 99 ECAC DGCAs approves final editions; l JAN 00 MATSE/6.
4 AIM OF THE STRATEGY A safe, cost-conscious, flexible and practical path to the future which aids decision-making, does not rely on commitment to the unknown, and will be responsive to future scenarios. A safe, cost-conscious, flexible and practical path to the future which aids decision-making, does not rely on commitment to the unknown, and will be responsive to future scenarios.
5 MAJOR FEATURES OF THE STRATEGY l Performance-driven and customer-oriented approach to service provision; l The systematic approach; l New management and rule-making processes; l Involvement of all partners; l Comprehensive gate-to-gate management of flights; l Airspace management and use based on user needs; l Uniform application of principles, rules and procedures.
6 MAJOR FEATURES OF THE STRATEGY (contd.) Leading to: S afe, economically and environmentally sustainable services. S afe, economically and environmentally sustainable services.
7 EUROPEAN ATM NETWORK l A safe, flexible European network; l A System of systems; l Encompassing users, airports and ATM; l Adaptable and scaleable; l Prioritised deployment of new, sophisticated tools.
8 THE POTENTIALS OF THE STRATEGY l Creation of a more direct - i.e. a more effective - road to an ATM Network geared to the future capacity & safety demands; l Recipe for a more effective use of the available resources.
9 FROM STRATEGY TO REALITY l In accordance with the Strategys and the sub- strategies lines of action and applying the supporting operational concept, the Strategy will be converted into action plans; l The action plans will be converted into ECAC-wide, regional or local programmes/projects. The conversion and application of these activities will take place in accordance with the management processes prescribed in the Strategy.
10 PHARE & THE ATM STRATEGY l PHARE was carried out within the spirit of the Strategy; l Post PHARE l EATCHIP Management Handbook l Systems approach l Network effect l Flexibility l Time factor.
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