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1 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) FLIGHT ACTIVATION MONITORING (FAM) Hans Koolen EDITION 16/01/2013

2 2 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) ENHANCED TACTICAL FLOW MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (ETFMS) ENHANCED TACTICAL FLOW MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (ETFMS) ETFMS

3 3 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) Flight Activation Monitoring (FAM) ATFM ATFMATC To increase the accuracy of ATFM thus reducing any differences in data between ATFM and ATC. To improve short-term traffic demand forecasts. To reduce over-delivery. To enable more accurate slot allocations thus improved utilisation of the available capacity. To improve reaction to short-terms events.

4 4 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) Flight Activation Monitoring (FAM) FLIGHT ACTIVATION MONITORING (FAM) FLIGHT ACTIVATION MONITORING (FAM) Part of ETFMS

5 5 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) The Objective of FAM is to: Allow a more efficient use of the available capacity Provide an incentive for Aircraft Operators to update their EOBTs Flight Activation Monitoring (FAM) Take benefit from ETFMS data to improve Traffic Load counts

6 6 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) Flight Activation Monitoring (FAM) Identifies flights which should have departed and for which nothing is received to confirm their departure Informs the AOs of the action for them to react Takes action on these flights by shifting them several times (until a time parameter) and then suspending them, unless a message, which confirms that the flight is delayed or the flight is airborne, has been received Functions of FAM Monitors flights which should have departed

7 7 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) Flight Activation Monitoring (FAM) FAM will, for non-regulated areas free capacity, and for regulated areas also release slots which are unduly occupied by flights not departed, thus making these slots available for other aircraft which are ready to depart. Expected Result of FAM

8 8 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) Flight Activation Monitoring (FAM) FAM is applied on all flights, whether regulated or not, departing from and/or landing at areas where CPRs are received by the CFMU and FAM is activated. CPR coverage is an essential requisite for FAM to be applied. When CPR coverage in a particular area is not at the level considered as safe, then FAM is deactivated for this area. Flights departing from and landing in non FAM enabled areas are NOT affected by FAM, irrespective if they fly through CPR covered or non CPR-covered FAM enabled areas en-route. Application of FAM (1) Where FAM is applicable, the timing starts at departure if it is FAM enabled, or if it is not, at the entry of the first CPR-covered FAMenabled area (AUA), provided there is continuous FAM coverage to destination.

9 9 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) APPLICATION OF FAM (2) = FAM enabled CPR-covered areas } FAM applies } FAM does not apply 1. X 2. X

10 10 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) Flight Activation Monitoring (FAM) Example 1 LGAV - EIDW FAM = YES Start = ETO EIDWACC Example 3 WSSS - EBBR FAM = YES Start = ETO LRBBACC Example 4 EGLL - EPWA FAM = NO Example 2 LPPT - EINN FAM = YES Start = CTOT/ETOT Example 5 LFML - ENGM FAM = YES Start = CTOT/ETOT Example 7 WHHH - LEMD FAM = YES Start = ETO LECBACC CPR/FAM-Covered Areas: Austria (FAM) Belgium (FAM) Czech Republic (FAM) Denmark (FAM) Finland - Tampere (FAM) Finland - Rovaniemi France (FAM) Germany (FAM) Greece Hungary (FAM) Ireland (FAM) Italy (FAM) Lithuania (FAM) Maastricht UAC (FAM) Malta (FAM) Netherlands (FAM) Norway - Oslo (FAM) Norway - Stavanger (FAM) Portugal (FAM) Romania (FAM) Slovak Republic (FAM) Slovenia (FAM) Spain (FAM) Sweden (FAM) Switzerland (FAM) United Kingdom Example 6 LGAV - LMML FAM = YES Start = ETO LMMMACC

11 11 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) Flight Activation Monitoring (FAM) Parameters (1) EOBT ETOT/CTOT FLS ATOT shifted 5 times Flights departing from within, or with an elapse time to a CPR-covered FAM enabled area of less than 3 hours will be shifted in ETFMS up to 5 times for 5 minutes each time and will then be suspended after another 5 minutes (i.e. after 30 minutes in total). If ETFMS receives no message that they are airborne,

12 12 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) Flight Activation Monitoring (FAM) Parameters (2) EOBT ETOT/ CTOT FLS ATO shifted 23 times 0500 ETO 0810 > 3 hours Elapse time to FAM area Flights departing from non-CPR covered areas with an elapse time to a CPR-covered FAM enabled area of 3 hours or more will be shifted up to 23 times for 5 minutes each time and will then be suspended after another 5 minutes (i.e. after 120 minutes in total). If ETFMS receives no message that they are airborne,

13 13 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) Flight Activation Monitoring (FAM) Minimum Flight Level (FL090) for FAM application (even if covered by CPR) - to filter out unwanted suspensions of Helicopters etc. Undo FAM for individual flight or group of flights - to solve unwanted suspensions due to intermittent radar coverage. Disabling FAM by Group of Aerodromes - to filter out unwanted suspensions by aerodrome (e.g. military flights). Properties FAM status in ETFMS HMI and CHMI - gives information on the FAM status of flights.

14 14 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) TITLE FLSTITLE FLS ARCID ABC100ARCID ABC100 ADEP EBBRADEP EBBR ADES LIRFADES LIRF EOBD EOBD EOBT 0945EOBT 0945 COMMENT NOT REPORTED AS AIRBORNECOMMENT NOT REPORTED AS AIRBORNE TAXITIME 0020TAXITIME 0020 Flight Activation Monitoring (FAM) Flight Suspension Message (FLS) due to FAM

15 15 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) Flight Activation Monitoring (FAM) Aircraft Operators update their flight plans with accurate EOBTs and then adhere to their EOBTs and CTOTs. Aircraft Operators update their flight plans with accurate EOBTs and then adhere to their EOBTs and CTOTs. In order to avoid flights being suspended due to FAM, it is important that: Towers ensure that departing flights are sequenced in such a way to be able to Towers ensure that departing flights are sequenced in such a way to be able to respect their ETOTs and CTOTs. Actions Required by AO and Tower to avoid suspensions

16 16 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) Flight Activation Monitoring (FAM) Actions Required by AO and Tower when FLS is sent The flight is already flying : The Aircraft Operator should then ensure that the flight plan is re-initiated in ETFMS by means of a DLA or CHG message with a correct EOBT. FCMs should not be used. The Aircraft Operator should then ensure that the flight plan is re-initiated in ETFMS by means of a DLA or CHG message with a correct EOBT. FCMs should not be used. ETFMS will then respond with a DES or SAM message depending if the flight is non-regulated or regulated respectively. ETFMS will then respond with a DES or SAM message depending if the flight is non-regulated or regulated respectively. The Tower of departure should not let the aircraft start-up or depart before such a message (DES or SAM) is received. The Tower of departure should not let the aircraft start-up or depart before such a message (DES or SAM) is received. The flight is still effectively on the ground either on stand or already taxiing : No action is needed neither from the AO nor from the Tower of departure. No action is needed neither from the AO nor from the Tower of departure. NOTE :A DEP message if possible should be sent by the Aerodrome of Departure.

17 17 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) Flight Activation Monitoring (FAM) The correct response by the Aircraft Operator to an FLS due to FAM for a flight which will still operate is the DLA or CHG with an updated EOBT. The FCM should not be used to reactivate a flight which has been suspended by FAM. Response to FLS by AOs - Detail Note Note An FCM sent as a response to an FLS due to FAM, will be rejected by ETFMS and a message sent back with: COMMENT - CONFIRMATION MSG IGNORED FOR FLIGHT SUSPENDED BY FAM. PLEASE USE DLA OR CHG INSTEAD. The correct response by the Aircraft Operator to an FLS due to FAM for a flight which will not operate is the CNL message. 1. For flights which will still operate 2. For flights which will not operate

18 18 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) CPR/FSA/FAM COVERAGE

19 19 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) Your questions are very welcome

20 © EUROCONTROL 2013 – Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC/CFMU) Thank you for your attention Hans Koolen Hans Koolen


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