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Introduction of egnos operations the perspective of an air navigation service provider

Introduction of EGNOS operations: the perspective of an Air Navigation Service Provider

METIS Workshop

Benefits of EGNOS in Civil Aviation

Istanbul 18 November 2009

  • Technical Department – Satellite Systems Unit

  • Renato Perago ([email protected])


Single european sky ses objectives

to increase: safety, efficiency, capacity of ATM in Europe; Navigation Service Provider

to reduce fragmentation / complexity of airspace (FABs, FUA);

to provide a framework for modernisation of systems (SESAR);

to reduce the environmental impact of any operation.

… widespread PBN operations key enablers of SES.

Single European Sky (SES) - Objectives

METIS Workshop Benefits of EGNOS in Civil Aviation, Istanbul 18 November 2009


Pbn approaches rnp apch baro vnav

first step of PBN implementation; Navigation Service Provider

operational benefits (flight time, pilot / controller workload, repeatability of the flight path);

vertical Baro-guidance for equipped aircraft (some models of Airbus and Boeing);

Baro VNAV flight procedures where cost-effective;

RNP APCH subject to some operational restrictions (i.e. RAIM availability).

4min

37min

15min

PBN Approaches – RNP APCH (+ Baro VNAV)

RAIM FD

RAIM FDE

METIS Workshop Benefits of EGNOS in Civil Aviation, Istanbul 18 November 2009


Pbn approaches sbas lpv or sbas apv
PBN Approaches – SBAS LPV (or SBAS APV) Navigation Service Provider

  • increased availability by SBAS (no RAIM);

  • access to both greatest and regional airports;

  • EGNOS LPV suitable for at least 70% of Italian RWYs (good average visibility in Central/Southern Italy);

  • EGNOS LPV suitable at Perugia (LIRZ) airport.

  • SBAS LPV (or APV)

METIS Workshop Benefits of EGNOS in Civil Aviation, Istanbul 18 November 2009


Operational scenario at perugia

regional and general aviation traffic; Navigation Service Provider

airspace constraints;

mountainous terrain (also affecting m.a.);

RWY 01 ILS CAT I;

Procedural surveillance;

IFR RWY 19 desirable (in case of south wind).

Operational Scenario at Perugia

METIS Workshop Benefits of EGNOS in Civil Aviation, Istanbul 18 November 2009


Three initial segments (two straight-in) joining at RZ007 Navigation Service Provider

ILS CAT I, OCH = 500 ft (m.a. gradient 2.5%)

METIS Workshop Benefits of EGNOS in Civil Aviation, Istanbul 18 November 2009


Overall PBN Implementation steps in EU Navigation Service Provider

  • certification of airborne equipment;

  • obligations of aircraft operators (manuals, crew training);

  • radio navigation signals of sufficient performance (ESSP in the case of EGNOS);

  • airspace design + aeronautical information publication (Service Providers);

  • subject to regulation/approval by “EASA system” (including NSAs).

International Projects join different stakeholders !

METIS Workshop Benefits of EGNOS in Civil Aviation, Istanbul 18 November 2009


Risk Assessment and Mitigation (ESARR4) Navigation Service Provider

  • Service Providers shall carry out Safety Assessment of the intended modifications (SES Regulation);

  • Local constraints key factor;

  • High-level Safety Cases as inputs to Local Safety Assessment;

  • possible local degradation of signals (e.g. GPS interference) and mitigations (ICAO ANC/11, Recommendation 6/2).

METIS Workshop Benefits of EGNOS in Civil Aviation, Istanbul 18 November 2009


Conclusion Navigation Service Provider

  • Performance Based Navigation (PBN) one of the key enablers of SES;

  • Aeronautical Information Management required for PBN;

  • RNP APCH (+Baro) the first implementation step of PBN;

  • SBAS LPV suitable for at least 70% of Italian runways end;

  • Despite of the conservative concept (ILS-look-alike), LPV introduces the required level of automation with accurate flight path repeatability by means of EGNOS signal availability.

METIS Workshop Benefits of EGNOS in Civil Aviation, Istanbul 18 November 2009


Thanks for your attention Navigation Service Provider

METIS project

www.metis-project.eu

METIS Workshop Benefits of EGNOS in Civil Aviation, Istanbul 18 November 2009


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