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FAA Worldwide Airport Technology Transfer Conference (Atlantic City, 20-22 April 2010)

FAA Worldwide Airport Technology Transfer Conference (Atlantic City, 20-22 April 2010)

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  1. FAA Worldwide Airport Technology Transfer Conference(Atlantic City, 20-22 April 2010) Yong Wang Chief, AGA/ANB International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)

  2. Overview • ICAO • Aerodrome Safety • New Technology

  3. ICAO • Convention (Chicago, 1944) and Annexes • UN Specialized Agency • 190 Contracting States • Assembly (ordinarily every 3 years) • Council – 36 States • Air Navigation Commission – 19 members • Air Navigation Bureau • Standards, Recommended Practices

  4. ICAO ICAO HQ Paris Cairo Dakar Mexico Bangkok Nairobi Lima

  5. MAKING OF A SARP

  6. Challenges • Capacity • Airport congestion • NextGen/SESAR • Safety • Airside accidents/incidents • Runway safety • New larger Aircraft • A-380, B747-8

  7. ICAO USOAP Audit -AGA • Among top non-satisfactory areas: • Aerodrome certification • SMS • Runway end safety areas (RESA) • Runway friction measuring and reporting • Aerodrome emergency planning/Rescue and fire fighting • Bird/wildlife hazard control • Surveillance programme • Training

  8. Runway Safety • Runway Excursion • Runway Incursion • Other runway-related safety occurrences and activities

  9. Runway Excursion • ICAO ADREP indicates: • the highest single occurrence category of all accidents over the last 10 years • 367 accidents and 140 serious incidents • Percentage of RE accidents has been increasing, with 20- year average being 21.4%, last 5- year average being 24.1%, and 2009 alone being 24.5%

  10. Runway Excursion • Runway friction measuring and reporting • Annex 14 provisions • ICAO friction task force (FTF) • Circular on runway surface condition assessment • Runway surface contamination removal

  11. Runway Excursion • Visual aids to assist pilots landing • RESA and associated mitigating measures • Requirements on the provision of RESA • Other mitigating measures including arresting systems

  12. Runway Incursion • ADREP shows: • 25 accidents and 98 serious incidents in the past ten years • No significant decrease in the number of reported occurrences • The average total annual number of occurrences reported to ADREP over the last 5 years is 26.4

  13. Runway Incursion • ICAO RI toolkit and Manual on prevention of RI • New provisions in Annex 14, Volume I: • Enhanced taxiway centre line markings • Enhanced mandatory instruction signs

  14. Runway Incursion • ATM Procedures related to RI • Aircraft shall not taxi onto manoeuvring area without clearance - Annex 2 • Aircraft shall stop and hold at all runway holding points – Annex 2 • Movement of personnel and vehicles must be controlled by control tower - Annex 11 • Read back of clearances – Annex 11

  15. Runway Incursion • Use of surface movement radar • Standardized controller-pilot-driver communications • FAA has recently adopted the use of “line up and wait” to harmonize with ICAO phraseology • Classification and reporting of RI • Future work on technological solutions to RI

  16. Other runway-related safety occurrences and activities • Foreign object debris (FOD) • Inspection • Maintenance programme • Rescue and fire fighting (RFF) services

  17. Examples of New Technology at Aerodromes • Technology to help prevent runway incursions • Runway status lights • SMGCS and A-SMGCS • Runway excursion • Arresting systems

  18. Examples of New Technology at Aerodromes • FOD detection • ICAO Performance Level “C” foam for aerodrome rescue and fire fighting • Pavement design

  19. Thank you! Questions? Yong Wang Chief, AGA/ANB International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)