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  1. An aerodrome operator’s experience ERRSS Amsterdam, March 8, 2012 Jan Smeitink, Chairman RST Amsterdam Schiphol Airport

  2. Key element: multi sectorial team composition Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Chairman Secretary Dutch ATC Major carriers operating to and from Schiphol Ground handlers Representatives from Dutch ALPA & Dutch ATC Guild CAA delegates (with observer status)

  3. Schiphol: Complex layout Specific vulnerabilities More prone to incursions than excursions

  4. Role and achievements of RST Schiphol • Newlydefinedrunwayincursiondefinition paper • Guidelineswithregardto risk category rating • In line with EAPPRI 2.0 • Availableforallto share • RunwayIncursionAlerting System Schiphol • Continuouslyactive on allrunways


  5. RIASS continuously monitorsallrunways

  6. landing scenario

  7. A B landing scenario

  8. A B landing scenario

  9. A B landing scenario

  10. A B landing scenario A claims first part of the runway

  11. A B landing scenario A claims first part of the runway

  12. A B landing scenario A claims first part of the runway

  13. A B landing scenario A claims first part of the runway

  14. A B landing scenario A claims first part of the runway

  15. A B landing scenario A claims additional part of the runway

  16. A B landing scenario A claims additional part of the runway

  17. A B landing scenario A claims additional part of the runway

  18. A B landing scenario A claims additional part of the runway

  19. A B landing scenario A claims additional part of the runway

  20. A B landing scenario A claims additional part of the runway

  21. A B landing scenario

  22. A B landing scenario

  23. A B landing scenario

  24. A B landing scenario

  25. A B landing scenario

  26. A B landing scenario

  27. A B landing scenario

  28. A B landing scenario

  29. A B landing scenario

  30. A B landing scenario

  31. A B landing scenario Behind landing traffic, claim is withdrawn

  32. A landing scenario B Behind landing traffic, claim is withdrawn

  33. A B landing scenario Behind landing traffic, claim is withdrawn

  34. A B landing scenario Behind landing traffic, claim is withdrawn

  35. A B landing scenario Behind landing traffic, claim is withdrawn

  36. A B landing scenario

  37. A B landing scenario

  38. A landing scenario B All claims are cancelled upon reaching taxi speed

  39. A landing scenario B All claims are cancelled upon reaching taxi speed

  40. A landing scenario B All claims are cancelled upon reaching taxi speed

  41. B landing scenario A All claims are cancelled upon reaching taxi speed

  42. B landing scenario A All claims are cancelled upon reaching taxi speed

  43. B landing scenario A All claims are cancelled upon reaching taxi speed

  44. B landing scenario A All claims are cancelled upon reaching taxi speed

  45. B landing scenario A All claims are cancelled upon reaching taxi speed

  46. B landing scenario A

  47. A B landing scenario

  48. A B landing scenario

  49. Landing scenario withincursion