AOM13.1 (ppt)

Report
Objective AOM 13.1
ESSIP Plan 2014
Agnieszka DYBOWSKA
DPS/PEPR
19.09.2014
Objective AOM13.1
Harmonise Operational Air Traffic (OAT) and General Air Traffic
(GAT) handling
 Comprehensive Explanation
 What is new or has changed since LSSIP 2013
 Link to European ATM Master Plan
 Most important SLoA(s)
 Finalisation Criteria and Closed Questions
 ESSIP Report 2013
 Objective Coordinator’s Analysis, recommendations, tips & tricks
 Links and contacts
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Comprehensive Explanation
 Area of applicability: All ECAC States
 Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 01/2012
Full Operational Capability (FOC): 12/2018
 Items to be implemented are:
 Common rules and principles for OAT and OAT/GAT interfaces
 Harmonised OAT FPL (ICAO format)
 Migration of Military AIS to EAD
 Implementing European OAT – IFR Transit Service (OATTS)
 AOM13.1 is: more than integrated (Civ-Mil) ATS provision and not only
EUROAT Specification
 Main aim is to harmonise handling of OAT (traffic which can not /does
not fly as GAT).
 Phased approach in implementation of harmonised handling of
Operational Air Traffic (OAT) & General Air Traffic (GAT);
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What is new or has changed since LSSIP 2013
Nothing
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Link to European ATM Master Plan
After the revision of the ATM Masterplan in 2012,
the objective AOM13.1 now covers two SESAR OI steps:
OI step - [AOM-0202] – Enhanced Real time Civil-Military Coordination of
Aispace Utilisation
OI step - [AOM-0301]-Harmonised EUROCONTROL ECAC Area
Rules for OAT-IFR and GAT Interface
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Most important SLoA(s)
Clarification of some SLoAs sequence :
1. The EUROCONTROL Specification for ECAC Area Rules for OAT-IFR has
been published and distributed to the states which now act upon it (SLoA
AOM13.1-REG01 and AOM13.1-MIL02).
Finalisation of REG01 and MIL02 will enable production of implementation version of
EUROAT (a single set of rules). Since OAT is a matter of national sovereignty, the
intended achievement to conduct OAT-IFR in Europe under a single set of rules will
depend on the magnitude of national implementation.
The “single set of rules” can have “published known” national differences in it.
The Specification can be downloaded from the following website:
http://www.eurocontrol.int/documents/eurocontrol-specification-harmonized-rules-operational-air-traffic
2. The SLoAs ASP01 and MIL01 are to be implemented after completion of
SLoAs REG01 and MIL02.
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Finalisation Criteria and
Closed Questions
Finalisation criteria:
 Contact your subject matter expert to determine the deployment Status
for each SloA
 Statements to be made based on Finalisation criteria
Closed questions:
 Not yet developed
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ESSIP Report 2013
 Almost 1/3 of Stakeholders report either “Not Applicable” or “No Plan” with the
argument of no operational need or that the objective is still under review.
 Some justifications for no operational need state:
 A level of OAT flights does not necessitate the application of such rules and
procedure
 There is no fixed wing aircraft in the respective national Air Force
 However, Objective AOM13.1 sets harmonised rules for handling of OAT IFR
flights in controlled national airspace of an FIR, but also at FAB level,
regardless of the aircraft/ OAT flight nationality.
 As most of the ECAC States are NATO Member States, there are OAT IFR
flights of foreign military aircraft through national airspaces/FAB airspaces.
The national Air Forces need to know beforehand what set of rules to expect
to pursue their operations/(joint) military exercises in another national/FAB
airspace.
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Links and contacts
 Objective Coordinator: Agnieszka DYBOWSKA +32 2 729 5152
[email protected]
 Objective Expert(s):
Edgar REUBER +32 2 729 4784
[email protected]
Razvan BUCUROIU +32 2 729 3648
[email protected]
Olivier MROWICKI + 32 2 729 93107
[email protected]
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