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1 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL European ATFM From current operation towards the future Patrick Ky

2 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Flow and Capacity Management today

3 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL A large, intricate network

4 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Congested sector Departure airport End of ATFM intervention Allocation of ATFM departure slot Regulated flight cycle ATFM system operations AO + airport AO + ATC

5 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Congested sector Departure airport Regulated flight cycle Allocation of ATFM departure slot Increasing risk of Drifts from ATFM plans ATFM system operations

6 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Different Actors, with different and potentially conflicting interests ATM Airports AOs Service to Passengers

7 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Flow and Capacity Management today è The European Air Traffic structure is a large, intricate network è Different actors, with different and potentially conflicting interests è The Flow Management system must be taken to a new level è Any clear capacity breakthrough??

8 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Pave the way for the future è Introduce flexibility in the Flow Management system è Do it in a collaborative Manner è Involve all the relevant partners

9 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Flexibility è Airlines know better whats good for them è Local entities can take more immediate actions è Implementation of new tools or operational procedures should be prototyped in small scale but real operational environment

10 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Flexibility: FAM Congested sector Departure airport End of ATFM intervention Allocation of ATFM departure slot CDM Airborne Flow Management Delegation of Responsibility

11 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Collaboration

12 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Different Actors, with different and potentially conflicting interests ATM Airports AOs Service to Passengers

13 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Different Actors, with different and potentially conflicting interests ATM Airports AOs Service to Passengers CDM

14 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Different Actors, with different and potentially conflicting interests ATM Airports AOs Common Awareness Service to Passengers New Measures

15 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Collaboration èThink European: Flow Management measures must be implemented collaboratively and in a global manner

16 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Think European

17 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Think European (2)

18 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Collaboration è Think European: Flow Management measures must be implemented collaboratively and in a global manner è Airports operating constraints must be taken into consideration

19 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Airport-optimal Sequence ATFM-impacted Airport Sequence Taking into account Airports constraints

20 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Airport-optimal Sequence Airborne Sequence Airports constraints with airborne flow management Airborne Flow Management

21 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Collaboration è Think European: Flow Management measures must be implemented collaboratively and in a global manner è Airports operating constraints must be taken into consideration è Airlines know better whats good for them

22 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Enlarge the array of ATFM options offered to airlines Level Capping Rerouting Speed Control

23 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Airlines operations managers are more influential than captains Buffer time Total delay Single delay

24 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Airline-optimal Sequence Airborne Sequence Flights have different values to airlines Airborne Flow Management

25 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL En route to en-route Converging flows create high workload and complexity A sequence contract is defined to de-complexify traffic flows C1 RTA C2 RTA C3 RTA A1 RTA A2 RTA A3 RTA B1 RTA B2 RTA B3 RTA

26 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL En route to airport An optimal arrival sequence is calculated (*) The controllers can delegate separation monitoring (station keeping) The station keeping contracts are passed on to upstream centres (*) With potential input from AOS

27 © Eurocontrol Experimental Centre EUROCONTROL Conclusion è CDM is a part of a more global concept:. Collaborative ATM è Co-operation is needed not only between different actors, but also within the same category: this is the Single Sky spirit è The implementation approach should be users-oriented, validated via small-scale experiments. è It is the sine qua non condition to safer and more efficient skies


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