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211111 workshop flight plan

  1. 1. FLIGHT PLAN WORKSHOP Jakarta, 21 November 2011 by Peter ATKINS Novaro MARTODIHARDJO
  2. 2. Flight Plan Workshop Agenda Flight Plan Workshop AgendaNo. Time Subjects Flight Plan Review1 09.15 – 10.15 — Submission FPL — RPL operation ATS Messages Review2 10.30 – 11.30 — Current ATS Messages — Flight data exchages3 11.30 – 12.30 Break New ICAO Flight Plan Format4 12.45 – 13.45 — Flight Plan — ATS Messages Implementation readiness — Related Regulation5 14.00 – 15.15 — Aeronautical Information promulgation6 15.15 – End Draft Conclution 2
  3. 3. Workshop will cover :Overview on current daily flight plan (FPL) and RPLoperation within U. Pandang and Jakarta ATSU and oneach aerodrome;Overview of current status of flight data and associatedmessages exchanges between FIRs, espacially betweenU.Pandang and Jakarta FIR and their associated ATSU ontheir FIRs;National policy and planning on Amendment 1 of the 15thEdition of PANS-ATM Doc.4444 and associated ATSmessages implementation within U.Pandang and JakartaFIR;Implementation readiness which will cover the readinessof any related safey regulation documents and flightplan data presentation for Controller. 3
  4. 4. OBJECTIVES:To review current status of flightplanmanagement (including RPL) andassociated ATS messages withinU.Pandang and Jakarta FIR toanticipate the implementation onAmendment 1 of 15th Edition ofPANS-ATM Doc.4444 which will beimplemented by 15 November 2012. 4
  5. 5. Flight Plan ReviewFPL SubmissionAC 170 -02 require that flight plan should be submittedprior departureIn the event of a delay of 30 minutes in excess of theestimated off-block time for a controlled flight or a delayof one hour for an uncontrolled flight for which a flightplan has been submitted, the flight plan should beamended or a new flight plan submitted and the old flightplan cancelled, whichever is applicable.When will be the (proper) latest time a flight plan maybe submitted prior off-block time? 5
  6. 6. Repetitive Flight PlanRPLs shall not be used for flights other than IFR flightsoperated regularly on the same day(s) of consecutiveweeks and on at least ten occasions or every day over aperiod of at least ten consecutive days. The elements ofeach flight plan shall have a high degree of stability.(AC 170 – 02)RPLs shall cover the entire flight from the departureaerodrome to the destination aerodrome. RPLprocedures shall be applied only when all ATS authoritiesconcerned with the flights have agreed to accept RPLs.(AC 170 – 02)Procedures for use of RPLs may be established forflights operating within a single FIR or a single State, ORmay also be established for flights across internationalboundaries subject to the provision that affected Statescurrently utilize or will concurrently use RPLs.(AC 170 – 02)Does agreement available for using of RPL withinFIR/s ? 6
  7. 7. ATS Messages ReviewThere three categories of ATS Messages :1. Emergency messages, distress (SS), urgen (DD), and other (FF)2. Movement and controll messages, filed flight plan messages and associated update messages (FF), coordination messages (FF), supplementary messages (FF), control messages (FF)3. Flight information messages such as traffic information (FF), meteorological information (FF or GG), essential aerodrome information (GG) Example of message : (DEP-ABC112/4545-WSSS-WADD) 7
  8. 8. ATS Messages ReviewThe message above are authorized for transmission viathe aeronautical fixed service (including the aeronauticalfixed telecommunication network (AFTN), direct-speechcircuits or digital data interchange between air trafficservices units, and direct teletypewriter and computer-computer circuits), or via the aeronautical mobile service,as applicable. They are classified in categories relating totheir use by the air traffic services and providing anapproximate indication of their importance. 8
  9. 9. Current AFTN Network WSSS WAAA WIII WADD YBBB 9
  10. 10. Flight plan data exchangesThe method of message exchange shall also bedependent upon the availability of adequatecommunications channels, the function to be performed,the types of data to be exchanged and the processingfacilities at the centres concerned.Basic flight plan data necessary for flow controlprocedures shall be furnished at least 60 minutes inadvance of the flight. Basic flight plan data shall beprovided by either a filed flight plan or a repetitive flightplan submitted by mail in the form of a repetitive flightplan listing form or other media suitable for electronicdata processing systems. 10
  11. 11. Flight plan data exchanges FIR FPL FPL FPL ORIGIN ATC Unit ATC Unit DEST RPL RPL RPL AFTNMail / Fax Voice if needed 11
  12. 12. Flight plan data exchangesIn areas where automated systems are utilized for theexchange of flight plan data and where these systemsprovide data for several ACCs, approach control unitsand/or aerodrome control towers, the appropriatemessages shall not be addressed to each individualATS unit, but only to these automated systems.(AC 170-02) 12
  13. 13. Flight plan data exchanges FIR CFL / EST CFL FPL ATC Unit ATC Unit DEST ORIGIN RPL FPLAFTNRPL Bulk load Voice if needed 13
  14. 14. New ICAO Flight Plan FormatICAO State Letter AN 13/2.1-08/50 Dated 25 June 2008Subject: Approval of Amendment 1 to the PANS-ATMAction required: a) Implementation of the amendment on15 November 2012; b) Publication of any differences as of15 November 2012Air Navigation Commission, acting under delegatedauthority, at the first and second meetings of its 177thSession, on 22 and 24 January 2008, approvedAmendment 1 to the Procedures for Air NavigationServices — Air Traffic Management, Fifteenth Edition(PANS-ATM, Doc 4444) for applicability on 15 November2012. The amendment was approved on 27 May 2008 bythe President of the Council on behalf of the Council 14
  15. 15. New ICAO Flight Plan FormatAmendment 1 stems from the work of the Flight PlanStudy Group (FPLSG). The nature and scope of theamendment is to update the ICAO model flight plan form inorder to meet the needs of aircraft with advancedcapabilities and the evolving requirements of automatedair traffic management (ATM) systems, while taking intoaccount compatibility with existing systems, humanfactors, training, cost and transition aspects.TransitionThe ICAO Asia Pacific Region has adopted a declaredtransition period and a phased implementation from1 January 2012 until 15 November 2012. 15
  16. 16. New ICAO Flight Plan Format (cont)The phased implementation comprises of :Phase 1 :1 January to 31 March 2012 ANSPs software delivery and internal testingPhase 2: 1 April to 30 June 2012, and ANSPs external testing and implementationPhase 3 : 1 July to 15 November 2012 Airspace users testing and implementation Are you ready ? 16
  17. 17. KEPUTUSAN DIREKTUR JENDERAL PERHUBUNGAN UDARA NOMOR: SKEP/279/V /2011 TENTANG PEMBENTUKAN KELOMPOK KERJA TIM IMPLEMENTASI FLIGHT PLAN FORMAT BARU INDONESIATo establish Indonesia working group team on flight planimplementation compose of Steering Committee,Executive and Secretariate which consist of Members asmentioned on Attachment. 17
  18. 18. Task List1. to coordinate among the team to correspondance with ICAO State Letters;2. to review the capacity and limitation toward flight plan processing which are exists in Indonesia;3. to surey toward flight plan submision on every unit which send flight plan;4. to review toward the use of Repetitive Flight Plan and its optimalisation for operational purpose in developing flight safety;5. to prepare New ICAO Flight Plan Format implementation;6. to conduct safety assesment and its associated effect to the operation of AIDC, ADS-C/CPDLC;7. to publish aeronautical information publication such as NOTAM, AIC and AIP as necessary; 18
  19. 19. Sharing ideasWhat will be the national policy on the adoption ofAmendment 1 to the Procedures for Air NavigationServices — Air Traffic Management, Fifteenth Edition(PANS-ATM, Doc 4444)How are U.Pandang and Jakarta FIR have anticipatedon the implementation of Amendment 1 to theProcedures for Air Navigation Services — Air TrafficManagement, Fifteenth Edition (PANS-ATM, Doc 4444)When and how the related safety documents (if any)be modified / updated.When and how the related aeronautical information bemanaged. 19
  20. 20. Conclutions: 20