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Apron Control
Frankfurt International Airport
Infra Airport Expo April 14th, 2016
Andreas Montag
Content
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.20162
1. Frankfurt International Airport – Facts & Figures
...
Frankfurt International Airport
At a Glance
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.20163
Key figures infra...
Frankfurt International Airport
Traffic
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.20164
Passengers 2015 (mn)*...
Frankfurt International Airport
Infrastructure
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.20165
Frankfurt Inte...
Frankfurt International Airport
Infrastructure
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.20166
Terminal 1
Fra...
Frankfurt International Airport
Infrastructure
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.20167
Terminal 2
Fra...
Frankfurt International Airport
Infrastructure
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.20168
Future
Termina...
Frankfurt International Airport
Infrastructure
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.20169
25R/07L
(landi...
Legislation
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201610
German Aviation Law
§ 23 (1) LuftVO
Wer ein Luft...
Organizational Set Up
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201611
FRA-Vorfeldkontrolle GmbH
Head of
Oper...
Apron Control Center
Location
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201612
Apron Control Centers
Apron
Ce...
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201613
Apron Control Center
Location
Apron
East
Apron Control Cente...
Apron Sector
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201614
Apron Control Centers
Apron
East
Apron
Center
A...
Apron Control Center
Layout
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201615
COC
AC6
COW
AC3/4
AC7
AC8/9
WD2
...
Apron Control Center
Impressions
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201616
Apron Control Centers
Apron Control Center
Impressions
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201617
Apron Control Centers
Apron Control Center
Impressions
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201618
Apron Control Centers
Apron Control Center
Layout
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201619
Apron Control Centers
AC5
COE
AC...
Operations
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201620
Operations
Apron Center: 24/7 Operations
Apron Ea...
Staffing & Training
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201621
Operations
Minimum manning:
- 14 apron c...
Maneuvering Area & Apron
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201622
Operations
ApronManeuvring Area
Points of Handover
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201623
Operations
Workstations
Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201624
Systems
14 identically equipped working positio...
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Apresentação de no tópico “Apron Control Center Assessment” durante o Workshop de ATC promovido em parceria com a SAAB Group na sexta edição Airport Infra Expo, no Centro de Eventos e Exposições Brasil 21, em Brasília.

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Apresentação Andreas Montag - Workshop ATC - Airport Infra Expo 2016

  1. 1. Apron Control Frankfurt International Airport Infra Airport Expo April 14th, 2016 Andreas Montag
  2. 2. Content Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.20162 1. Frankfurt International Airport – Facts & Figures 2. Legal Background & Organization 3. Apron Control Centers 4. Operations 5. Systems
  3. 3. Frankfurt International Airport At a Glance Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.20163 Key figures infrastructure: • 22 sq km area, up to 100 aircraft movements per hour and 1,468 takeoffs and landings per day • 2 full-service runways + 1 runway for aircraft landings + 1 runway for takeoffs • 2 passenger terminals and 1 AIRail Terminal (long-distance ICE train station) • 152 flight gates • 203 aircraft positions • Air cargo rail track • Large catchment area in Europe's major economic center with a population of over 35 million within 200 kilometers from the airport • With about 78,000 persons employed, Frankfurt Airport is Germany's largest employer at a single location On a single day*: • 163,000 passengers • 78,000 pieces of baggage • 5,930 metric tons of cargo • 397 trains serving the airport train stations • Frankfurt Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world. • Against this background Fraport proves an extraordinary operational performance, measured against our peers. • Regardless of luggage left behind indexes, delays on or off block, meeting our guaranteed minimum connecting time of 45 minutes or other operational benchmarks, we are one of the industry’s leaders. Frankfurt International Airport – Facts & Figures
  4. 4. Frankfurt International Airport Traffic Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.20164 Passengers 2015 (mn)* 1. Atlanta 101.5 2. Beijing 78.0 3. Dubai 73.4 4. Chicago 76.9 5. Tokyo Haneda 75.3 .... 12. Frankfurt 61.1 Cargo 2014 (mn metric tons*) 1. Hong Kong 4.41 2. Memphis 4.26 3. Shanghai Pudong 3.18 4. Incheon, South Korea 2.56 5. Anchorage 2.48 … 9. Frankfurt 2.13 Frankfurt International Airport – Facts & Figures
  5. 5. Frankfurt International Airport Infrastructure Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.20165 Frankfurt International Airport – Facts & Figures
  6. 6. Frankfurt International Airport Infrastructure Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.20166 Terminal 1 Frankfurt International Airport – Facts & Figures
  7. 7. Frankfurt International Airport Infrastructure Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.20167 Terminal 2 Frankfurt International Airport – Facts & Figures
  8. 8. Frankfurt International Airport Infrastructure Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.20168 Future Terminal 3 Frankfurt International Airport – Facts & Figures
  9. 9. Frankfurt International Airport Infrastructure Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.20169 25R/07L (landing) 18 (take-off) 25C/07C 25L/07L Frankfurt International Airport – Facts & Figures
  10. 10. Legislation Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201610 German Aviation Law § 23 (1) LuftVO Wer ein Luftfahrzeug auf einem Flugplatz mit Flugverkehrskontrollstelle oder in dessen Umgebung führt, ist über die Vorschriften des § 22 hinaus verpflichtet, für Bewegungen auf dem Vorfeld und den Abstellflächen des Flugplatzes die Signale und Zeichen des Flugplatzunternehmers zu befolgen. ....who operates an aircraft at an airport is obliged to follow the instructions of the airport operator for any movement in the apron area.... AIP: AD 2 EDDF 1-18 3. Aircraft Guidance on the Apron Aircraft guidance on the apron and the parking areas of Frankfurt/Main Airport is subject to apron control of Fraport AG and is performed by means of aeronautical stations with the call sign FRANKFURT APRON. Legal Background & Organization
  11. 11. Organizational Set Up Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201611 FRA-Vorfeldkontrolle GmbH Head of Operations Team I: Supervisors Sen. Apron Controllers Apron Controllers Director‘s PA Managing Director Finance Managing Director Operations Operations Coordinator Team II: Supervisors Sen. Apron Controllers Apron Controllers Team III: Supervisors Sen. Apron Controllers Apron Controllers Team IV: Supervisors Sen. Apron Controller Apron Controllers Team V: Supervisors Sen. Apron Controller Apron Controllers Fraport AG 100% subsidiary Legal Background & Organization
  12. 12. Apron Control Center Location Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201612 Apron Control Centers Apron Center
  13. 13. Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201613 Apron Control Center Location Apron East Apron Control Centers
  14. 14. Apron Sector Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201614 Apron Control Centers Apron East Apron Center Apron West
  15. 15. Apron Control Center Layout Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201615 COC AC6 COW AC3/4 AC7 AC8/9 WD2 N*ICE MET ACS WD1 APRON CENTER: ACS Apron Control Supervisor AC3/4 Movement Control CENTER AC6 Operational Safety Control CENTER AC7 Operational Safety Control WEST AC8/9 Movement Control WEST COC Coordinator CENTER COW Coordinator WEST WD1 Winter Operations Coordinator (Movement Area) WD2 Deicing Pad Coordinator (Aircraft Deicing) N*ICE Aircraft Deicing Company MET Meteorological Services Apron Control Centers
  16. 16. Apron Control Center Impressions Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201616 Apron Control Centers
  17. 17. Apron Control Center Impressions Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201617 Apron Control Centers
  18. 18. Apron Control Center Impressions Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201618 Apron Control Centers
  19. 19. Apron Control Center Layout Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201619 Apron Control Centers AC5 COE AC1/2 APRON EAST: AC5 Operational Safety Control EAST AC1/2 Movement Control EAST COE Coordinator EAST
  20. 20. Operations Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201620 Operations Apron Center: 24/7 Operations Apron East: Daily Operations 06:00 – 23:00 LT 3 Apron Sectors (East, Center, West) Operational Safety Control - Company radio communication (in German) - Coordination of follow-me / marshalling Activities - Coordination of aircraft tows - Input of aircraft onblock status / timestamp into flight data system Movement Control - Aeronautical radio communication (Callsign FRANKFURT APRON) - Push-back approval / taxi guidance & control in apron areas Coordination - Coordination between working positions, supervisor, TWR, stand allocation - data issues, system trouble etc.
  21. 21. Staffing & Training Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201621 Operations Minimum manning: - 14 apron controllers in early / late shifts (06 – 23 LT) - 4 apron controllers in night shift (23 – 06 LT) Rest periods: - After 2 hours at a radio work station at least 30 min break Education / training: - Fraport internal education - Assessment center to test basic abilities (> 50% fail rate) - approx. 3 months theoretical training, pass/fail test - Flight radiotelephone operator‘s certificate - approx. 1 ½ years on-the-job training - 2 check-outs: Operational Safety Control / Movement Control Retaining apron controller license: - Minimum working hours / year - Maximum duration of absence between two shifts - Medical certificate - Recurrency training
  22. 22. Maneuvering Area & Apron Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201622 Operations ApronManeuvring Area
  23. 23. Points of Handover Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201623 Operations
  24. 24. Workstations Apron Control – Frankfurt International Airport, 14.04.201624 Systems 14 identically equipped working positions 2 working positions additionally equipped with crash button, HFS shutdown ACCS – Apron Control Communications System (radio & telephone) 3 desktop screens, 2 CCTV screens Desktop screens: Surface radar (right) Flight data (centre) Office computer with various applications (left) Intercom system at 3 working positions (East <-> Center, Apron <-> TWR)

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