AIR TRANSPORT POLICY
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WHAT IS THE AIR TRANSPORT POLICY?
• The Air Transport Policy is to protect human and environment health, gain
the good economic growth, improve the safety, efficiency and
competitiveness of global aviation industry to avoid accident and harmful to
the environment surrounding by protecting the aviation with the regulation
WHERE THE POLICY HAPPEN?
• The policy can happen to any air transportation in industry inspect of:
I. Political issue
II. Economic issue
III. Social issue
IV. Technology issue
V. Legal issue
VI. Environment issue
• The policy also can have the SWOT analysis implementation to the root title
based on the PESTLE analysis so that we can make decision to accomplish
the Air Transport Policy objectives.
WHEN WE CAN APPLY THE AIR
• The policy established when the organization make the conferences to solve
the current issue arising in the world on the provision of the aviation industry
WHO ARE RESPONSIBLE TO TAKE IN
ACTION IN AIR TRANSPORT POLICY?
• The responsibility of the policy depending on the organization authorities
decision after they make the conclusion and recommendation on the
current issues arising matters.
• For example:
IV. National Regulations
VI. Other responsible team.
WHY WE NEED AIR TRANSPORT POLICY?
• We need policy because to protect the rights of human, environment,
organization and etc that involving in air transportation.
HOW WE CAN MAKE DECISION TO SOLVE THE
AVIATION CURRENT ISSUES REGARDING TO THE
AIR TRANSPORT POLICY?
• We can make decision on the:
V. Analysis current problem by responsible team.
AIR TRANSPORT POLICY
Current issues: PESTLE analysis edition
Air Transport Policy PESTLE Analysis
• Title: European Commission and ASEAN MOU (to capitalize the region on
investment and sharing technology)
I. The summit consists of a series of presentations and discussions over one-
and-a-half days, covering topics such as:
II. single aviation markets – EU and ASEAN experiences in integrating markets,
removing barriers and regulating air transport
III. market outlook and business opportunities in the ASEAN, EU and ASEAN-EU
IV. aviation safety – regulation and potential for cooperation
V. air traffic management – challenges and opportunities
VI. EU-ASEAN – the way forward in aviation
• Current Issue: the European gain high investment and sharing technology
among them but the ASEAN have a few of it. ASEAN argue and making a
mandate to negotiate a comprehensive agreement of air transport for
• Policy: establishing the EU-ASEAN Comprehensive Air Transport Agreement by
approval between EU and ASEAN with supporting by the federal and ICAO and
• Top-level decision-makers involved in the European and South-East Asian
aviation and aerospace industries and services, including:
• policy-makers – government and regulators – including Siim
Kallas (European Commissioner for Transport),Sommad Pholsena (Lao
PDR Minister for Public Works and Transport and currently Chair of ASEAN
Transport Ministers), and Lui Tuck Yew (Singapore Minister for Transport),
who are scheduled to open the summit
• senior industry executives from the public and private sectors –
representing airlines, regional airline associations, airports, air navigation
service providers and manufacturers.
• The Summit takes place during the week of the Singapore Airshow 2014.
• Title: Air Transport Committee conference in Investment in Malaysia
I. Regional & National Market
II. Competitive operating cost
III. Pro-business Government
IV. Skillful manpower supported by the world class education & training infrastructure
V. Best country in Asia for Expatriates (education, cost of living, safety, environment,
accessibility, work permits)
VI. Liberal equity policy
VII. Intellectual property right
• Current Issue: On how the EU-Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and Industry
(EUMCCI) affected to the global traffic return against the investment and
profitability in Malaysia.
• Policy: Aerospace conference 2010, Air Transport Committee – EUMCCI and
United Nation Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC-2009)
• Title: helicopter medical transportation on demand.
• Current issue: Helicopter Medical Transportation Service (HEMS) be
headline of National Transport Safety Board (NTSB) because the HEMS
accident most happen in fatalities.
• Policy: NTSB provided the recommendation that get approval by FAA and
ICAO standard operating recommendation.
NTSB policy: 21 NTSB safety recommendations emerged
I. Pilot training
II. Aircraft equipment
III. Airspace infrastructure
IV. CMS reimbursement
V. HEMS utilization criteria
FAA policy: on the level performances must achieve the standard of:
• World class
Top 3 - 5 percent of the industry
Organization thrives in seeking to be the very best
• Best practices
Adopts and implements quality, standards, procedures, equipment, and training above
and beyond regulatory requirements
• Basic regulatory compliance
Meets spirit of regulations, but no higher
• Sub-standard performance
non-adherence to regulations, cutting corners are the norm
ICAO standard policy:
• Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) commercial aviation in Medical Transportation (Private &
• Title: Airbus A380 vs Boeing 787 Dreamliner critical problem: aircraft
manufacturer vs airlines service provider.
• Current issue: most critical problem that can cause accident on the high
performance modernist aircraft between Airbus A380 and Boeing 787
• Major Policy: the protection by warranties by aircraft manufacturer to airlines
AIRBUS A380 PROBLEMS
• Current Issue:
I. Battery: energy consumption failed to affordable the aircraft performance.
II. Wing crack
III. Braking system failure (Emirates & SIA)
IV. Nuisance Warnings
V. Vibration on wings
VI. Aircraft Age Cycle (less than 12 years)
VII. Engine problem: Rolls-Royce (Spirit of Australia & Qantas)
• Policy: Airbus A380
Australian Transportation Safety Board (ATSB)
ATSB recommend that the Roll-Royce must compensation on the blowing engine
with new engine for both engine with new upgrading engine.
applied the lessons learned throughout our engineering, manufacturing and
quality assurance procedures to prevent this type of accident from happening
EASA mandate to check the Airbus A380 fuselage for fatigue cracking
The checks must be performed before airframes reach 4,200 cycles or 30,900 flight
EASA’s draft directive suggested operators conduct the work within a specified
window starting at 2,800 cycles or 30,900 hr.
EASA agreed, modifying the final directive to include maximum deadlines.
However, EASA notes that Airbus recommends that aircraft operate for 2,800
cycles or 20,600 hr. before the work is done “in order to minimize the risk of further
repair” before the airframe reaches the end of its design service goal (DSG). The
A380’s DSG is 19,000 cycles, 140,000 hr. or 25 years, whichever comes first.
BOEING 787 DREAMLINER PROBLEMS
• Current Issues:
I. Battery problem: Energy Consumption not enough
II. Electrical component failure to operate properly.
III. Fuel tank indication system failure.
• Policy: Boeing 787 Dreamliner
• NTSB state the recommendation on the next conference after they already
investigate the major problem.
• EASA implement the recommendation to stop using the previous battery
company to another brand.
• Title: Airline Deregulation: The Unfinished Revolution
I. The effect of regulation and deregulation
II. Deregulation’s Initial Wave: Hubs and Spokes
III. Deregulation’s Second Wave: Low-Fare, Point-to-Point Service
IV. Deregulation’s Third Wave: The Regional Jet
• Enhancing Competition: Stepping Backwards or Moving Forward?
• Fixing the Air Traffic Control System
I. Coping with Deregulation’s Next Wave
II. ATC Fixes for Congested Airports
a) Fixes for Parallel-Runway Airports
b) Fixes for Single-Runway Airports
• Fixing Airport Access Problems
I. Slot Allocation: The Pre-Deregulation Approach
II. Allocating Capacity via the Market
a) The Case for Pricing
b) Consequences of Non-Market Allocation
c) Highest & Best Use of Premium Airport Capacity
d) Perimeter Rules
• Policy Changes Needed
Commercialize the air traffic control system.
Eliminate federal restrictions on airport access.
Permit congested airports to levy access charges during peak hours.
• Policy: European Air Transport Law & Policy (EUATLP)
Current issues arising with airline alliances
I. Beneficial and anti-competitive effects of airline alliances
II. The assessment of intra-community airline alliances and mergers
III. The commission’s assessment of transatlantic air alliances
a) Absence of full liberalization of international air transport
b) Lack of appropriate jurisdictional and procedural framework
c) Potentially conflicting decision and remedies
d) Analytical problems
e) Unstable airline alliances
• Title: National Air Transport Association (NATA) publish the environment act to
protect the global earth.
I. reduction in emissions
II. de-icing fluids
III. airport issues (noise pollution)
IV. gasoline lead levels (carbon emission CO2)
• NATA will develop a “green” standard as part of its Safety First Program
• Current Issue: How the environment act bring the impact for air
• Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Spill Prevention, Control and
Countermeasure (SPCC) programs outlined in a final rule published by the EPA
• NATA reported that at least one state is currently in the rulemaking process to
require cleanups of de-icing spills over a certain amount.
• FAA forecast that green house gases (GHGs) from domestic aircraft are
expected to grow by 60 percent by 2025.
• Air transport policy is very important in aviation
industry surrounding to maintain the safety and
health to all living thing besides help the aviation
regulation by protecting the aviation industry with
the regulation, provision, rules and procedure by
improve the safety, efficiency and competitiveness
of global aviation industry.