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MAK – EUROCONTROL WORKSHOP Moscow 1 -2 July 2004

MAK – EUROCONTROL WORKSHOP Moscow 1 -2 July 2004

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  1. MAK – EUROCONTROL WORKSHOPMoscow 1 -2 July 2004 History of EATCHIP - EATMP Kenneth Eideberg Stakeholder Implementation Service EUROCONTROL European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation

  2. 1989 Starting Point Converging views of key stakeholders on the strategic solution: a New EUROCONTROL

  3. IATA / AEA: The Role of the New EUROCONTROL (1989) EUROPEAN COMMUNITY (ATC functions) EUROCONTROL • Standard-setting for EC members • Persuasion of non-members to adopt standards • User charges • Central flight data bank • Flow control Centre • Maastricht UAC Centre • Training Centre • R&D NEW EUROCONTROL • Functions of EUROCONTROL • ATC functions of the Community • Centralised procurement • Operation of selected ATC facilities • Standards enforcement • Airspace reorganisation

  4. Political Response: Meetings of ECAC Transport Ministers on ATS in Europe (MATSE) MATSE l - Nov.1988, one European air traffic flow management centre (CFMU); MATSE II - Apr. 1990, one strategy for European air traffic control harmonisation and integration (EATCHIP); MATSE III - Mar. 1992, one strategy for co-operation of air traffic control and airports (APATSI); MATSE IV - Jun. 1994 - one European plan for convergence and implementation of air traffic management (ECIP/LCIP) - use a concept for a uniform air traffic management system (EATMS) - and design the needed institutional conditions for Europe MATSE V - Feb. 1997, one institutional strategy for air traffic management in Europe (INSTRAT/EUROCONTROL Revised Convention); MATSE VI - Jan. 2000, one strategy for uniform air traffic management in Europe for 2000-2015 (EUROCONTROL ATM Strategy 2000+).

  5. Results of EUROCONTROL Programmes: Duplicated Radar (SSR) Coverage 1990 1999 Not achieved by end 1990 A decade of achievement

  6. 1990 Results of EUROCONTROL Programmes: Radio/TelephonyCoverage 1999 Not achieved by end 1990 A decade of achievement

  7. Results of EUROCONTROL Programmes: On Line DataInterchange (OLDI) 1990 1999 Not achieved by end 1990 A decade of achievement

  8. Results of EUROCONTROL Programmes: Flight DataProcessing 1990 1999 Not achieved by end 1990 A decade of achievement

  9. Overall Results of EUROCONTROL Programmes ( within European Convergence and Implementation Plan ) Objectives for 1995 Objectives for 1998 Achieved Objectives

  10. The Challenging Context for European ATM Increasing ATM Capacity Improving flight delays Improving ATM Cost-Efficiency Increasing environmental demands Need for improvements regulation coordination New securityrequirements Increasing safetyrequirements Commercialisation of air navigationservice provision Use of airspace by military and civil users Increasingtraffic demand

  11. Membership of European Organisations ICAO/EUR/NAT 53 States ECAC 41 Armenia Azerbaijan Serbia & Montenegro Algeria 3 Andorra Belarus Georgia Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Morocco 3 Russian Federation San Marino Tajikistan Tunisia 3 Turkmenistan Uzbekistan JAA 37 EUROCONTROL 33 Albania 4 B & H 2 Croatia 2, 4 FYROM 2, 4 Moldova Monaco Switzerland Ukraine EU 25 Austria 2 Finland Malta Cyprus Ireland Sweden Hungary 2 Italy 2 Luxemburg Netherlands Portugal Slovak Rep 2 Slovenia 2 Spain UK NATO 26 1 Estonia Latvia Lithuania Poland Belgium Czech Rep 2 Denmark France Germany Greece Norway Turkey Bulgaria Romania Iceland • NATO includes Canada and United States • CEATS • Situated in AFI region but served by EUR/NAT office • Member of NATO’s Membership Action Plan (MAP)

  12. 1997 2000 2010 2020 7.0 Million Flights 8.0 Million Flights Flights 150 or more Traffic Growth Flights 100 to 150 Flights 50 to 100 11.9 Million Flights 15.8 Million Flights DIVISION DED 4 - 4/11/97