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Federal Aviation Administration. NY/NJ/PHL Metropolitan Area Airspace Redesign Project and Implementation Update. Presentation to: Congressional Staffers Name: Steve Kelley Date: November 16, 2007. Record of Decision Issued – September 5, 2007.

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Ny nj phl metropolitan area airspace redesign project and implementation update

Federal Aviation

Administration

NY/NJ/PHL Metropolitan Area Airspace Redesign

Project and Implementation Update

Presentation to: Congressional Staffers

Name: Steve Kelley

Date: November 16, 2007


Record of decision issued september 5 2007

Record of Decision Issued – September 5, 2007

  • The Selected Project for this study is The Integrated Airspace Alternative with the Integrated control complex (ICC) variation.

  • This is the final stage of this study which has been on-going for over 9 years

  • Procedural adaptations for noise abatement (mitigation measures) will also be implemented

  • Draft Environmental Impact Statement DEIS was published in December 2005

  • Comments were taken on the DEIS and some of those comments were used in developing the noise mitigation measures

  • In April of 2007 the FAA identified its Preferred Alternative and provided analysis of the mitigation measures

  • Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) was published on August 3, 2007


Implementation overview

Changes

in N90,

ZNY,

PHL

Procedural

changes

Stage 1

Integration of

ZNY, N90

Stage 2

Changes

outside

Boundary

changes

Stage 3

Transfer

of Sectors

Stage 4

Implementation Overview

  • Planning has already started

  • Target for initial changes within 60-90 days of ROD

  • Expected timeframe for completion five years

  • Implementation approach was broken into four stages in the ROD:


Stage 1

Stage 1

  • Right turns for departures off Runway 31R at JFK

  • Departure dispersal headings at EWR, PHL and LGA

  • RNAV overlay procedures for TEB departures and approaches

  • RNAV overlay for PHL river visual approach

  • Develop an additional parallel airway to Jet Route 80

  • A third westbound departure fix for PHL

  • RNAV overlay for LGA Localizer Type Directional Aid (LDA) approach to Runway 22

  • RNAV fix on the VOR 13L/R and 13L/R visual approaches to JFK


Ny nj phl metropolitan area airspace redesign project and implementation update

To view the Dispersal Headings Video on the web, visit:

http://www.faa.gov/airports_airtraffic/air_traffic/nas_redesign/

regional_guidance/eastern_reg/nynjphl_redesign/


Ewr departure headings

Peak Demand Heading

Today and Future Low Demand Headings

Moderate Demand

Headings

EWR Departure Headings

All headings will be published in December. Usage may be limited until additional airspace changes are implemented.


Phl departure headings

PHL Departure Headings

Dispersal Headings

Today’s Headings

All headings will be published in December. Usage may be limited until additional airspace changes are implemented.


Jfk departure headings

JFK Departure Headings

If other traffic is using CRI area

CRI

If no other traffic is in this area


Stage 2

Stage 2

  • Expanding the use of terminal separation rules

  • Expanding the west gate for NY departures

  • Opening the west gate for JFK departures

  • Allowing stacked departures at the departure fixes

  • Providing flexible use of the arrival airways

  • Establishing a new arrival route into PHL


Increased number of jet routes reduces delay

Increased Number of Jet Routes Reduces Delay

  • Current System:

  • Few jet routes for departures

  • Access is limited

  • Competition for resources means increased delay

  • Integrated w/ ICC:

  • Increased number of jet routes

  • Increased number of access points

  • Less competition for departures means decreased delay


Jfk access to westgate decreases complexity

JFK Access to Westgate Decreases Complexity

Integrated w/ ICC:

Current System:

  • JFK traffic crosses through departures from LGA, EWR, TEB, etc.

  • Long ground delays necessary to maintain safe and orderly flow of traffic

  • Stacked flows are more efficient and less complex

JFK flights

JFK flights


Stage 3 and stage 4

Stage 3 and Stage 4

Stage 3

  • Adding a third airway to the north gate

    Stage 4

  • Creating a new jet airway for departures to the west

  • Enabling dependent instrument arrivals to the parallel runways at EWR and the required shift of the arrival streams into the NY/NJ area

  • Creating a south gate for departures out of the NY/NJ area


Increased number of jet routes reduces delay1

Increased Number of Jet Routes Reduces Delay

  • Current System:

  • Few jet routes for departures

  • Access is limited

  • Competition for resources means increased delay

  • Integrated w/ ICC:

  • Increased number of jet routes

  • Increased number of access points

  • Less competition for departures means decreased delay

Stage 2


Example of delay savings with new usage of runways

Dependent IFR approaches

EWR

Dual Arrivals

Example of Delay Savings with New Usage of Runways

  • Current System:

  • Conflicting flows restrict use of runways

  • Inefficient use of runways = increased delay

  • Integrated w/ ICC:

  • Dual arrivals to EWR 04/22

  • Increased use of EWR 11

  • Efficient use = reduced delay


Stage by stage user benefits of ny nj phl airspace redesign

$300

User benefit forecast, full implementation

$200

Benefits at 2011 traffic levels

User Value of Delay Reduction ($M/year)

Benefits due to implementation of early stages at lower traffic levels

$100

$0

Stage 1

Stage 2

Stage 3

Stage 4

Stage-by-stage User Benefits of NY/NJ/PHL Airspace Redesign


Summary

Summary

  • Integrated Airspace with ICC …

    • Offers the most significant operational benefits

    • Provides a new way to manage air traffic control

    • Aligns airspace with its functionality

    • Serves as a foundation for the future, supporting adaptive use of the airspace

    • Reduces emissions from aircraft

    • Reduces the number of people exposed to noise over No Action

    • Embraces emerging technology

    • Fits flexibly into any of the Agency's facility plans


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