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ASAS Thematic Network 1 st Workshop Rome April 28-30, 2003 AN OPERATOR’S POINT OF VIEW ASAS-TN - Rome, 2003 Background The High Level Group stated, at the end of their workshop in 2000, the following target:

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ASAS Thematic Network

1st Workshop

Rome April 28-30, 2003

AN OPERATOR’S POINT OF VIEW

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Background

The High Level Group stated, at the end of their workshop in 2000, the following target:

”....the objective of this initiative is to create a single European sky based on an airspace and ATM system, designed, managed, and regulated in an armonized way to ensure efficient utilization of sky at European level for all users....”

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Analysis

  • creation of a single European sky

  • creation of an organization able of managing an airspace and an ATM system

  • designed, managed, and regulated in a harmonised way

  • to ensure efficient utilization of sky

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last but not least

  • to the benefit of all users

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Four questions

  • Which technical choice do we need?

  • Which common direction do we want to take?

  • What is the time frame?

  • What are the benefits?

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Human factor

  • The crew’s workload

  • An efficient operational scenario

  • The involvment of the airlines

  • The pilots and the pilots’ associations

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Conclusions

  • ATM area should be user oriented

  • Sharing the costs

  • Tailoring the services to the need of airlines

  • Review the current en route charges

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Conclusion

If the airlines are satisfied with the result

They will be positively oriented toward investing new resources!

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THANKS FOR YOUR KINDLY ATTENTION

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