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2007 APEC Economic Leaders Week Airspace Security Measures. Sydney (Kingsford-Smith) Airport Operators’ Briefing 8 August 2007. 2007 APEC Economic Leaders Week Airspace Security Measures. WGCDR Pat Cooper (HQJOC) WGCDR Krista Thompson (41WG) Mr Rob Coppock (NSWPOL)

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2007 apec economic leaders week airspace security measures

2007 APEC Economic Leaders Week Airspace Security Measures

Sydney (Kingsford-Smith) Airport Operators’ Briefing

8 August 2007

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2007 APEC Economic Leaders Week Airspace Security Measures

WGCDR Pat Cooper (HQJOC)

WGCDR Krista Thompson (41WG)

Mr Rob Coppock (NSWPOL)

Mr Ken Date (AsA Sydney TCU)

Mr Roger Weeks (CASA)

Ms Margaret McLennan (APEC TF)

Ms Kirsten McLeod (APEC TF)

Mr Stewart Dietrich (DOTARS - OTS)

Ms Suzie Brady (AG)

purpose
Purpose
  • To provide advice to KSA operators on ADF airspace security measures in the Sydney Basin during the 2007 APEC Economic Leaders Week (AELW)
  • Distribute registration and approval numbers
aelw airspace
AELW AIRSPACE
  • Classification
  • Scope
    • Authority
    • Airspace
    • Civilian aircraft operating procedures
    • Military activities
    • NSW Police Air Wing activities
    • Approval process
  • Distribute Registration and Approval numbers
aelw airspace authority
AELW AIRSPACE - AUTHORITY
  • Prime Minister & Cabinet
  • APEC Task Force guide Whole-of-Government support
  • Security is one element of APEC Task Force support
    • Attorney General’s department, National Counter-Terrorism Committee, DOTARS Office of Transport Security, Protective Security Coordination Centre, NSWPOL, ADF, Intelligence community, etc
  • Operation DELUGE - ADF’s broad support to AELW
  • ADF airspace security is one element of Operation DELUGE
  • Air Defence Identification Zone, Temporary Restricted Area R902, HIDACZ and associated measures form one element of airspace security
aelw airspace adiz
AELW AIRSPACE - ADIZ
  • Air Defence Identification Zone
  • NOTAM (FIR C3399/07, SY C1252/07)
    • 30 Aug 07 to 10 Sep 07
  • 200 nm radius KSA, sfc-FL600
  • Flag DCA without imposing additional requirements/restrictions
    • Mil acft may investigate uncertain events
    • Civil acft must report deviations to ATS
    • Know intercept procedures
aelw airspace tra r902
AELW AIRSPACE – TRA R902
  • TRA exists for safety of civilian aviation, general public and APEC delegates
    • Mechanism to impose approval process, etc
    • Reduced surveillance clutter
    • NSWPOL and SF FoM
    • Consequence management (diversion)
    • Safety (fratricide/collateral damage)
    • ROE (highlight non-cooperative tracks)
    • Mass casualty evacuation
  • No link between AELW airspace measures and extant procedures such as KSA curfew, LTOP, etc
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AELW AIRSPACE - TRA R902
  • Sydney Basin, 30 Aug – 10 Sep 07
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AELW AIRSPACE - TRA R902
  • High Density Airspace Control Zone (HIDACZ)
    • SFC-A050
    • Activation coincident with R902
    • Reduce non-essential traffic IVO:
      • Sydney CTR, Sydney Harbour, AELW meeting sites, motorcades, etc.
      • FOM for NSWPOLAIR, ADF
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AELW AIRSPACE - TRA R902
  • High Density Airspace Control Zone (HIDACZ)
    • SFC-A050
    • Throughout AELW
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AELW AIRSPACE – TRA R902
  • AIP SUP H23/07 10 May 07
  • Active H24, 2300z 30 Aug – 1400z 10 Sep (unless NOTAM)
  • 45 nm radius, SFC–FL280
  • No disruption to essential traffic
  • Limit non-essential traffic during key event timings (NOTAM)

0709070800 – 0709071200 UTC

0709080200 – 0709081200 UTC

0709090001 – 0709090530UTC

    • security threat assessments, key AELW meetings
    • ABMCC working to permit compatible activities
  • Must nominate ALT outside R902 during Key Event Timings
    • Not MIL air base
  • Extant ATS and airspace classification
    • Must FPN, be capable of 2-way comms, operate transponder
  • Know ERSA intercept procedures
  • Carry and be able to state approval number
military activities in r902
Military Activities in R902
  • Defensive Counter Air
    • Increased radar surveillance
    • FA18 fighters will be conducting airborne patrols during key events and at other times
    • FA18 will hold overhead KSA, normal separation from civilian traffic unless intercept required
    • FA18 will not be transmitting on civilian ATC freqs, but will be monitoring
military activities
Military Activities
  • Due regard
    • In the event of an air intercept, FA18 will operate under military control with Due Regard for civilian aviation
    • ATC LOs will coordinate with AsA
    • Know the intercept procedures
  • FA18 may not have transponder active
military activities14
Military Activities
  • Military ATC LOs located in Sydney TCU, Melbourne & Brisbane Centres
  • Direct link to Weapons Director at RAAF Williamtown and Air Operations Centre (Headquarters Joint Operations Command)
  • Emergency closure of R902 is possible throughout AELW
    • Coordinated through ATC LO to civilian ATC
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2007 APEC Economic Leaders Week Airspace Security Measures

Airservices Australia

Sydney Terminal Control Unit

Ken Date

Emergency ‘closure’ of R902

nsw polair activities
NSW POLAIR Activities
  • Various RW and FW (incl. jets) aircraft in R902 and HIDACZ 24/7
    • Normal ATC clearance and procedures
  • APEC Meeting (Police Powers) Bill 2007
    • penalties up to $250 000 for unauthorised operations within R902/HIDACZ
  • Breaches may be coordinated with local Police for arrest at destination
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2007 APEC Economic Leaders Week Airspace Security Measures

Approval Process

WGCDR Krista Thompson

FLTLT Kathryn Jay

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Why the Approval Process?

  • Contribute to the security of APEC 2007 AELW
  • Provide a Recognised Air Picture of all activity within R902
  • Allow rapid airspace sanitisation during an emergency
  • Allow rapid response to changing security situation
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Approval Process - Scheduled Operators

Company submits Flight Schedule to the APEC ABMCC (Completed)

Attend Briefing

APEC ABMCC will provide an approval number for each requested flight.

Operate IAW AIP SUPP H23/07.

Pilot in command is to carry approval number.

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Approval Process - Scheduled Operators

Requirement for additional flight

Complete Appendix 4 to AIP SUPP H23/07 include your Registration Number, then email to APEC ABMCC minimum

24 hours prior to departure.

If Not Approved then:

If Approved then:

APEC ABMCC will provide an Approval Number for requested flight.

You will not be able to Operate.

Operate IAW AIP SUPP H23/07. Pilot in command is to carry approval number.

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APPENDIX 4 TO

SUP H23/07

APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL NUMBER

NON SCHEDULED FLIGHT

Company Name:

Company Contact Details:

a. Name and position:

b. E--mail:

c. Phone:

d. Fax:

Reason for operation:

a. Freight.

b. Charter Operations.

c. Joy flight/Recreational.

d. Training.

e. Other (describe).

Route of Flight/Area of Operations within R902 (clear of HIDACZ):

Aircraft Type/Callsign:

Signature:

Name:

Contact Details

Ph:

Fax:

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Approval Process - Unscheduled Operators

Company/Individual has a requirement to Operate in R902 and/or HIDACZ

Complete Appendix 4 to AIP SUPP H23/07 include your Registration Number, then email to APEC ABMCC minimum

24 Hours prior to departure.

If Not Approved then:

If Approved then:

APEC ABMCC will provide an Approval Number for requested flight.

You will not be able to Operate.

Operate IAW AIP SUPP H23/07. Pilot in command is to carry approval number.

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Emergency Services Operators

  • Includes all SAR, MED1, FFR, HOSP
  • May operate within R902 using only the registration number
  • Will be able to launch immediately to respond to an emergency:
  • - Provide details to relevant Civil ATC Agency
  • - Military ATC LOs provide details to ABMCC
  • MED2 flights authorised to notify APEC ABMCC inside 24 Hours:
    • -Process as per the Unscheduled Operator
    • Approval Process
slide25

Diverted Flights

  • KSA will be unavailable as a divert airfield between 07-09 SEP during the reduced traffic periods – as per NOTAM
  • KSA will be available at all other times:
  • -Military ATC LOs to notify APEC ABMCC of diverted
  • flights
  • Companies will need to apply for additional Approval number for outbound flight as per ‘Request for additional flight process’
slide26

Delayed Flights

  • IFR Traffic – Company to submit a Delay Notification (DLA) Message via Company flight planning software if Flights are delayed > 1 Hour
  • Continue flight as normal with original approval number.
  • APEC ABMCC is to be notified of delayed flights where aircraft arrival/departure of R902 is within the reduced traffic periods.
  • No action is required for Cancelled Flights
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Other Considerations

  • Approximately 300 Companies / private operators registered to operate
  • E-mail is the preferred option for delivery of Appendix 4 for
  • flights 24 hours in advance
  • - Prevent phone and fax line jamming
  • - Allows the APEC ABMCC to respond to time critical
  • Emergency flight requests
  • The APEC ABMCC will provide you with an Approval
  • Number ASAP after receiving your request
  • - Please don’t ring regarding the status of your flight until < 2
  • Hours

THE APPROVAL PROCESS WILL TAKE TIME, PLEASE BE PATIENT

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Appendix 4 can be found at:

www.defence.gov.au/opdeluge/info.htm

Appendix 4 to AIP SUPP H23/07 to be emailed/phone/fax to:

HQ41WG.Watchkeeper@defence.gov.au

Phone/Fax: +61 2 4928 6257

Phone: +61 2 4928 6124

Complaints can be directed to the following:

HQ41WG.Watchkeeper@defence.gov.au and/or

contact@apec2007.org

issue of registration approval numbers
Issue of Registration/Approval numbers
  • Companies / individuals names:
    • A to C – CPL Tony Law
    • D to L – SQNLDR Chris Rowntree
    • M to R – FLTLT Kathryn Jay
    • S to Z – FLGOFF Adam Lawson
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AELW AIRSPACE
  • Summary
    • Burden to KSA operators
      • Administer approval process
      • ALT during Key Event Times
    • Emphasis on permissive procedures
      • ADF risk
      • Emergency closure of R902 possible
      • Short-notice approvals
    • Pilots must
      • Advise ATC of deviations
      • Know approval number
      • Know intercept procedures
    • ADF and NSW Police Air Wing activities should be transparent