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General Aviation and NextGen

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In this program FAA's Director of NextGen Performance and Outreach, Gisele Mohler, discusses how NextGen initiatives impact general aviation, and how they can enhance safety.

In this program FAA's Director of NextGen Performance and Outreach, Gisele Mohler, discusses how NextGen initiatives impact general aviation, and how they can enhance safety.

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  • 1. 1History
  • 2. Gisele MohlerDirector, NextGen Performance and OutreachFederal Aviation AdministrationPresented byGeneral Aviation andNextGen
  • 3. 3• NextGen represents the transformation of ournational airspace system• It integrates new and existing technologies,procedures and policiesWhat is NextGen?
  • 4. 4• 5,000 Planes in airat any time• 1 Billion passengersper year soon• 12 Million jobs• $1.3 Trillion ineconomic activity• 5.6% of GDPWhy do we need NextGen?
  • 5. 5Four Pillars of NextGen
  • 6. 6NextGen is…Economic ImpactMake it More Efficient - delay reductions derivedfrom NextGen capabilities will provide $23 billion incumulative benefits through 2018.
  • 7. 7General Aviation Active Aircraft180,000200,000220,000240,000260,000280,0001996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 2020 2022 2024 2026 2028 2030 2032ActiveAircraftCalendar Year2012 Fcst 2011 FcstActual Forecast
  • 8. 8General Aviation Active Aircraft050,000100,000150,000200,000250,000300,0001996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 2020 2022 2024 2026 2028 2030 2032ActiveAircraftCalendar YearPiston Exp, LSA, Other TurbineActual Forecast
  • 9. 9General Aviation Hours Flown05,00010,00015,00020,00025,00030,00035,00040,0001996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 2020 2022 2024 2026 2028 2030 2032Hours(000)Calendar YearPiston Exp, LSA, Other TurbineActual Forecast
  • 10. 10NextGen is…SustainabilityGreener Skies over Seattle — NextGenprocedures at SeaTac will reduced carbon dioxideemissions by 22,400 metric tons/year.
  • 11. 11What About GA Fuel?
  • 12. 12NextGen is…FlexibilityMake it Flexible - by 2018, NextGen will reducetotal flight delays by 35 percent and increaseairspace access for all NAS users.
  • 13. 13Flexibility improves with
  • 14. 14NextGen is…SafetyMake it Safer - satellites provide faster updateswith greater position accuracy for surveillance andnavigation versus conventional radar.
  • 15. 15
  • 16. 16• Think about where and how you fly and whatcapabilities and benefits you derive fromNextGen ADS-B GPS — RNAV WAAS LPV Electronic Flight BagHow will NextGen affect me,the GA pilot?
  • 17. 17Automatic Dependent Surveillance–Broadcast
  • 18. 1820122014ADS-B
  • 19. 19ADS-B Out Rule ComplianceEquipage components• GPS receiver• Universal Access Transceiver (UAT)operating at 978 MHz (some UATs havethe GPS built-in)• Antenna• Multi-Function Displaycapable of receiving and displaying trafficand weather information from the UATAirspace affected by requirement• Class A, B and C• Class E airspace in the contiguous U.S.10,000 feet MSL and above, excludingairspace 2,500 feet and less above thesurface
  • 20. 20GPS-BasedNavigation
  • 21. 21RNAVDepartures Arrivals High altituderoute below FL180High altituderoute above FL180GPS-Based Navigation
  • 22. 22GPS-Based Navigation
  • 23. 23WAAS LPV Procedures
  • 24. 242,772 WAAS LPVs in the U.S.WAAS LPV Procedures
  • 25. 25Electronic Chartsvs.
  • 26. 26Tablet apps
  • 27. 27FAA Guidance for EFB• Flight Standards Information System (FSIMS)8900.1 CHG 47: Electronic Flight Bag OperationalAuthorization Process• Advisory Circular (AC) 120-76A• AC 20-173• Information for Operators (InFO) 11011• FAA’s Regulatory & Guidance Library (RGL)http://rgl.faa.gov
  • 28. 28• Electronic chartsIn summary:NextGen benefits for GA• Airport access during IMC• Fuel savings• Improved situational awarenesswith ADS-Bwith RNAV using GPSusing GPS RNAV and WAAS LPV
  • 29. 29www.faa.gov/nextgenwww.faasafety.gov
  • 30. 30Questions?nextgen@faa.gov
  • 31. 31Backup Slides
  • 32. 32ADS-B Broadcast Serviceswww.faa.gov/go/broadcastservices
  • 33. 33GPS/WAAS Approacheswww.aopa.org