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Air Berlin discovers GLS Marc Altenscheidt. Marc Altenscheidt Air Berlin discoveres GBAS. GLS versus ILS. GLS coupled with RNP. CAT III Certification – Autoland Capability. Air Berlin‘s plans for GLS adoption. Bremen & Malaga– GLS Evaluation Phase.

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    1. Air Berlin discovers GLSMarc Altenscheidt

    2. Marc AltenscheidtAir Berlin discoveres GBAS • GLS versus ILS • GLS coupled with RNP • CAT III Certification – Autoland Capability • Air Berlin‘s plans for GLS adoption • Bremen & Malaga– GLS Evaluation Phase • Why should an operator (e.g. Air Berlin) support GLS technology?

    3. Marc AltenscheidtAir Berlin discoveres GBAS GLS versus ILS…from a Pilot‘s view!

    4. Marc AltenscheidtAir Berlin discoveres GBAS GLS versus ILS…from a Pilot‘s view! • Autopilot mode selection requires the same pilot actions for ILS and GLS approaches. • GLS annunciations are identical to those used for ILS. • Normal and Non-Normal Operations for GLS approaches are aligned with the Normal and Non-Normal Operations for an ILS approach. GLS

    5. Marc AltenscheidtAir Berlin discoveres GBAS GLS coupled with RNP • Example future procedure. • Potentially useful paths • (avoid terrain, airspace, weather). • RNP based. • GLS final segment.

    6. Marc AltenscheidtAir Berlin discoveres GBAS GLS coupled with RNP (avoid terrain)

    7. Marc AltenscheidtAir Berlin discoveres GBAS CAT III Certification – Autoland Capability • BOEING: “GLS approaches have been demonstrated through autoland and rollout.” • Flight Tests have shown: The GLS approach is even more precisecompared tothe ILS. • To substitute the existing ILS stations (e.g. in Europe) the CAT III certification is absolutely mandatory!

    8. Marc AltenscheidtAir Berlin discoveres GBAS Air Berlin‘s plans for GLS adoption • All new Air Berlin Boeing 737 Next Generation aircraft will be able to conduct GLS Approaches. • The Air Berlin „GLS“ Boeing 737 Fleet: • 10 aircraft at the end of 2009 • Air Berlin will receive a total of 80 GLS capable aircraft in the next 5 years. • Evaluation Approaches at Bremen and Malaga. • Close cooperation with DFS and AENA. • GLS introduction and development on Air Berlin Line operation is given a high project priority by Air Berlin Fleet Management.

    9. Marc AltenscheidtAir Berlin discoveres GBAS Bremen – GLS Evaluation Phase • Air Berlin is approved by the LBA since August 2008 to conduct GLS Evaluation approaches at Bremen. • Additionally the following constraints by the authority must be redeemed: • GLS Setup Pilot Flying/Pilot Monitoring • Pilot Flying (PF) will set the GLS channel. • IMC: The Pilot Monitoring (PM) will set the ILS frequency to crosscheck the GLS Signals (Note: Due to Channel/Frequency mismatch the Identifier on the PFD may appear in amber and the FD bars on the PM side may disappear). • VMC: Outside visual references like PAPI or Runway may be used by the PM to crosscheck the GLS Signals.

    10. Marc AltenscheidtAir Berlin discoveres GBAS Bremen – GLS Evaluation Phase • Minima The following increased Minima must be used: Decision Altitude (DA): 440 feet RVR: 650 Meters After the evaluation phase Air Berlin will receive the full CAT I certification for GLS approaches: • Decision Altitude (DA): 200 feet • RVR: 550 Meters

    11. Marc AltenscheidtAir Berlin discoveres GBAS Malaga – Monitoring flights only! • Air Berlin is approved by the LBA since August 2008 to conduct GLS Evaluation approaches at Malaga. • Additionally the following constraints by the authority must be redeemed: • Pilot Monitoring (PM) will set the GLS channel. • Due to the Ground Station prototype system design Air Berlin is only allowed to monitor the GLS Signal by the PM. • The PF will set and fly the ILS. • The GLS Signal in Malaga is for monitoring purposes only!

    12. Marc AltenscheidtAir Berlin discoveres GBAS Malaga – Monitoring flights only!

    13. Marc AltenscheidtAir Berlin discoveres GBAS GLS/GBAS Statistics • August - November 2008, 100 % successful!

    14. Marc AltenscheidtAir Berlin discoveres GBAS Why should an operator (e.g. Air Berlin) support GLS technology? • GLS procedures are identical to ILS procedures – No additional training is required, which results in no extra costs! • GLS coupled with RNP offers a great range of new approach procedures, to satisfy Emission requirements. • Airport “upgrading” in terms of IFR approach procedures (e.g. La Palma, MDA 1850 ft.) – more flexibility, less diversions. • Lower maintenance costs for the Ground System results in lowerAirport fees (e.g. Europe).

    15. Marc AltenscheidtAir Berlin discoveres GBAS