Séminaire CDM@DSNA 2015
DSNA organised a first operational seminar on 19 December 2015 in its headquarters in Paris. The objective was to gather all involved Collaborative Decision Making actors and discuss with them new working together horizons.103 persons joined in. NOW IS TIME FOR CONCLUSIONS.
The greater successes are the collective ones. Thank you for your participation
Seminar wrap up
Participants needs & expectations
Getting from origin to destination as safely, simply & efficiently as possible
- a shared safety approach as the milestone to CDM processes,
- different business models need to be accommodated : punctuality, flight efficiency, fuel consumption focus,
- ATC adjustments to new ways of flying is needed : cost index flying, speed control & mitigation solutions, early descents streamlining,
- flexibility for airlines operations need to be reached while ensuring maximum predictability for the network,
- departure/arrival management tools have to consistently communicate.
A comprehensive gate to gate approach to CDM
- building consistent recovery strategies when disruptions arise : using the Massdiv tool for a shared access to diversion possibilities
- the same level of service for airlines operations
- adjusted frames for regional CDMs
- terminal area constraints integrated into en-route initiative studies
- strategic performance roadmaps for all major DSNA airports
Collaborative Advanced Planning (CAP)
A new en route collaborative initiative by DSNA
- a daily ops procedure part of a consistent flow management sequence : a tangible means for smart collaborative refiling. Trials have showed significant delay reductions,
- transparent assessment of the benefits will be achieved, customised feedback conducted,
- CAP scope should be extended to other areas, new bottlenecks, new critical traffic flows such as the SW Axis,
- CAP should be a procedure used for the entire European network,
- Eurocontrol welcomes, encourages & supports CAP.
- However priorities will need to be set as regards European Air Traffic Flow and Capacity Management (ATFCM) projects currently in progress.
Computorised Flight Plan Service Providers (CFSP)
The new comer
- CFSPs can generate flight planning inefficiencies,
- on time operations cannot bear unrealistic flight profiles that are never flown,
- fighting these software errors is time consuming,
- CFSPs should integrate CDM processes to tackle such issues.
Flight Management Positions
Pivotal partners for airlines operations & CFSPs
- detecting CFSPs coding mistakes,
- making sure the optimal available route is planned
- defining collaborative quick win solutions : city pair improvements, DCT availability as regards seasonality, airspace management, etc,
- helping to read through the RAD (Route Availability Document).
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