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Define / review scope, context and general ambitions / expectations SWOT and set (new) objectives Quantify objectives Select solutions to exploit opportunities and resolve issues Implement solutions Results assessment Performance Based Approach: Step by Step Step 2: Identify opportunities, issues and set (new) objectives Step 2.1: Develop a list of present and future opportunities and issues that require performance management attention Step 2.2: Focus efforts by defining and prioritizing performance objectives as needed Catalogue of Performance Objectives  Efficiency  Capacity  Predictability  Safety  Security  Environment  Cost-effectiveness  Global interoperability  Access and equity  Participation by the ATM community  Flexibility Summary of KPIs KPI 01 Departure punctuality KPI 02 Taxi-out additional time KPI 03 ATFM slot adherence KPI 04 Filed flight plan en-route extension KPI 05 Actual en-route extension Summary of KPIs KPI 06 En-route airspace capacity KPI 07 En-route ATFM delay KPI 08 Additional time in terminal airspace KPI 09 Airport peak capacity KPI 10 Airport peak throughput Summary of KPIs KPI 11 Airport throughput efficiency KPI 12 Airport/Terminal ATFM delay KPI 13 Taxi-in additional time KPI 14 Arrival punctuality KPI 15 Flight time variability Summary of KPIs KPI 16 Additional fuel burn KPI 17 Level-off during climb KPI 18 Level capping during cruise KPI 19 Level-off during descent Performance Based Approach: Step by Step Step 3: Quantify objectives Step 3.1: Define how progress in achieving performance objectives will be measured and which data are required to do so Step 3.2: Define the desired speed of progress in terms of baseline and target performance Define / review scope, context and general ambitions / expectations SWOT and set (new) objectives Quantify objectives Select solutions to exploit opportunities and resolve issues Implement solutions Results assessment Questions?
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Score: 1404906.4 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...VWSVIII/eANPVolIII-Mod-5en.pdf
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Annex 4 Conformity and Interoperability Training for Africa Region on Type Approval testing for Mobile Terminals, Homologation Procedures and Market Surveillance Tunis-Tunisia, 14-18 December 2015 HOTEL RESERVATION FORM (to be submitted before 16 November 2015) (USE CAPITAL LETTERS) 1. (...) Arrival Date : Day: _____________ Time : _________________ Flight No. : ________________ 7. Departure date : Day : ____________ Time : _________________ Flight No. : _______________ Date : _____________ Signature : ________________________________________________ To be returned before 16/11/2015, to: cc: the hotel choosen Mrs.
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Score: 1404831.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/T...R_Tunis_December2015_Hotel.pdf
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(ii) “Actual Flight Hours Costs” shall mean the costs payable by the UN to the Operator for Actual Flight Hours provided by the Operator up to the Total Flight Hours Cost, which is calculated as a factor of Actual Flight Hours provided against the Cost per Flight Hour and reported from the first moment that the Aircraft moves under its own power for the purpose of take-off until the Aircraft comes to rest at the end of a flight tasked by the UN. (...) (xxix) “Effective Date” shall have the meaning set forth in Article 3.1. (xxx) “Estimated Flight Hours” shall have the meaning set forth in Article 14.4. (...) Aviation fuel, oils and lubricants 7.8 The UN shall provide, at no cost, to the Operator aviation fuel for the provision of Services, excluding routine maintenance flights of the Aircraft, Optional and Replacement Aircraft to and from the Mission Area and the initial flight into Mission Area and the Main Operations Base and the final flight out of the Mission Area.
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Score: 1404560.7 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/s...20Agreement%20with%20UNGCC.pdf
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ADS-C is usually used in conjunction with CPDLC, which allows electronic data communication between ATC and flight crew as an alternative to voice communications. (...) Approach control service Approach control services are provided to controlled flights arriving or departing from one or more aerodromes. (...) Aircraft speeds are lower than in the en-route phase of flight. Surveillance systems suitable for approach control include primary radar, SSR, multilateration (MLAT) and ADS-B.
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Score: 1404051 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...0APP._AFI%20Sur%20strategy.pdf
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ADS-C is usually used in conjunction with CPDLC, which allows electronic data communication between ATC and flight crew as an alternative to voice communications. (...) Approach control service Approach control services are provided to controlled flights arriving or departing from one or more aerodromes. (...) Aircraft speeds are lower than in the en-route phase of flight. Surveillance systems suitable for approach control include primary radar, SSR, multilateration (MLAT) and ADS-B.
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Score: 1403922.1 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...PIRG/APIRG18/Docs/wp15d_en.pdf
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The smoothed sequence allows increase aerodrome throughput. Arriving flights are “metered” by Control Time of Arrival (CTAs) and must arrive at a defined point close to the aerodrome by this time. • Element 2  DMAN – Departure management serves to optimize departure operations to ensure the most efficient utilization of aerodrome resources. – Slots assignment and adjustments will be supported by departure management automations. Departure management sequences the aircraft, based on the airspace state, wake turbulence, aircraft capability, and user preference, to fit into the overhead ICAO SIP 2012-ASBU Workshop Module N° B0-15 – Change Brought by the Module 5ICAO SIP 2012-ASBU Workshop Module N° B0-15 – – Intended Performance Operational Improvement Capacity -Optimizes usage of terminal airspace and runway capacity -Optimize utilization of terminal and runway resources Efficiency Harmonized arriving traffic flow from en-route to terminal and aerodrome through sequencing arrival flights; Iincreased runway throughput and arrival rates. (...) Predictability Decrease uncertainties in aerodrome/terminal demand prediction Flexibility Enables dynamic scheduling.
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Score: 1403687.7 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...etings/2012/abu/docs/wp16e.pdf
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There are two options to reach Mar del Plata from Buenos Aires.  1  PLANE – the plane service to Mar del Plata is provided by Aerolineas Argentinas (AR) with  one or two planes a day. The flight time is very short, but it takes a while to get to the airport, go  through security, etc.  (...) You have the following options for  travelling from Ezeiza airport to the Buenos Aires Aeroparque airport, from where there are  domestic flights to the city of Mar del Plata:  Chauffeured cars (remises) and private taxes: The airport is served by a large number of taxis  and remises, which can be found outside the arrivals hall.  (...) As soon as you arrive in Mar  del Plata you can take a taxi to go to your hotel.  2.2 Buses that leaves from TERMINAL DE ÓMNIBUS DE RETIRO:  Another way to get to Mar del Plata is to take a bus that leaves from Terminal De Ómnibus Retiro,  which is near the center of Buenos Aires. 
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Score: 1401457.3 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../13/01/T13010000080007PDFE.pdf
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Screening could include pre-flight and post-flight self- declarations, temperature measurement and visual observation conducted by health professionals. (...) Thermal screening can be conducted prior to the customs hall, but individual passenger health assessments should be avoided so as not to have a drastic impact on throughput resulting in more queues.  For flights arriving from higher-risk areas where there are cluster or community transmission, a particular section of the arrivals terminal could be utilised to increase physical distancing, and/or smart thermal cameras could be placed at appropriate locations to screen arriving passengers, in consultation with the public health authorities. (...) Considerations Airport terminal access  According to each airport’s specificities and the national legislation in place, airport terminal access may be restricted to workers, travellers and persons accompanying passengers with disabilities, with reduced mobility or unaccompanied minors in an initial phase, as long as it does not create crowds and queues which would then increase risks of transmission as well as create a potential security vulnerability.  Multiple hand washing stations or hand sanitisers should be provided prior to the exit of the terminal building.  Cleaning should be increased based on flight schedules to ensure a more frequent, in-depth disinfection of landside public areas, including seating areas, food and beverage and retail, handrails, washrooms, automated moving systems and buses.
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Score: 1398988.1 - https://www.icao.int/covid/car...T_Report_Take-Off_Document.pdf
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Screening could include pre-flight and post-flight self- declarations, temperature measurement and visual observation conducted by health professionals. (...) Thermal screening can be conducted prior to the customs hall, but individual passenger health assessments should be avoided so as not to have a drastic impact on throughput resulting in more queues.  For flights arriving from higher-risk areas where there are cluster or community transmission, a particular section of the arrivals terminal could be utilised to increase physical distancing, and/or smart thermal cameras could be placed at appropriate locations to screen arriving passengers, in consultation with the public health authorities. (...) Considerations Airport terminal access  According to each airport’s specificities and the national legislation in place, airport terminal access may be restricted to workers, travellers and persons accompanying passengers with disabilities, with reduced mobility or unaccompanied minors in an initial phase, as long as it does not create crowds and queues which would then increase risks of transmission as well as create a potential security vulnerability.  Multiple hand washing stations or hand sanitisers should be provided prior to the exit of the terminal building.  Cleaning should be increased based on flight schedules to ensure a more frequent, in-depth disinfection of landside public areas, including seating areas, food and beverage and retail, handrails, washrooms, automated moving systems and buses.
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Score: 1398988.1 - https://www.icao.int/safety/CA...ort_Take-Off_Document%20EN.pdf
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Screening could include pre-flight and post-flight self- declarations, temperature measurement and visual observation conducted by health professionals. (...) Thermal screening can be conducted prior to the customs hall, but individual passenger health assessments should be avoided so as not to have a drastic impact on throughput resulting in more queues.  For flights arriving from higher-risk areas where there are cluster or community transmission, a particular section of the arrivals terminal could be utilised to increase physical distancing, and/or smart thermal cameras could be placed at appropriate locations to screen arriving passengers, in consultation with the public health authorities. (...) Considerations Airport terminal access  According to each airport’s specificities and the national legislation in place, airport terminal access may be restricted to workers, travellers and persons accompanying passengers with disabilities, with reduced mobility or unaccompanied minors in an initial phase, as long as it does not create crowds and queues which would then increase risks of transmission as well as create a potential security vulnerability.  Multiple hand washing stations or hand sanitisers should be provided prior to the exit of the terminal building.  Cleaning should be increased based on flight schedules to ensure a more frequent, in-depth disinfection of landside public areas, including seating areas, food and beverage and retail, handrails, washrooms, automated moving systems and buses.
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Score: 1398988.1 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...port%20Take-Off%20Document.pdf
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