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DSNA needs & Policy. Final approach Conventional Navaids rationalisation while maintaining the same level of performance -> APV&LNAV Terminal Area SID/ STARs with turning legs for environmental improvements & shorter tracks

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Dsna needs policy
DSNA needs & Policy

  • Final approach

  • ConventionalNavaids rationalisation whilemaintaining the samelevel of performance

  • -> APV&LNAV

  • Terminal Area

  • SID/STARswithturning legs for environmentalimprovements & shortertracks

  • SESAR concept & PrecisionTactical Clearance = RNP for TMA operations

  • -> RF capability & Advanced RNP (1NM TSE) & RNAV holding

  • -> VNAV ?

  • En-Route

  • Free-route development. ATC keeps an eye on trafic through « conflictdetectiontools » (CDT) The betteraircraft performances we have, the better CDT resultsweget

  • Turning legs for the remainingfixed route network

    • -> What PBN for the various steps of FreeRouting and for its long terms targets?

    • -> RF or FRT for En-Route ?

    • General

    • Multiconstellationwillbeneeded for a robust RNP

    • ATC need a very large percentage of the fleet to beequipped to provide PBN benefits in the busiest TMA/Approaches

    • -> As few mandate exemptions as possible


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