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Microsoft PowerPoint - DNA GRF ACCRA-Session 2 ACI World .pptx Airport’s perspective on GRF Accra 2019, DNA Training Prisca Nkolo GRF Global reporting format to be implemented worldwide Nov 2020 Friction Task Force Assigned the task to work on a global assessment and reporting methodology 2006 2007 2008 2020 RWY excursion: highest risk category Flight Safety Foundation studied data from 1995-2008 Publication of Global runway safety Roadmap Roadmap identifies Runway safety as a priority considering risk factors Background 01 04 03 02 Allow flight crew to accurately determine aeroplane take-off and landing performance Improved coordination between aerodrome operators, aircraft operators, ANSPs ,AIM, MET, aircraft manufacturers,… Establish Common language between all actors of the system. Reporting of Runway surface condition in a standardized manner Expected benefits of the GRF: 4 A critical role….to assess and report in a timely fashion Airport Assess the runway condition and report using RCR ATS/AIS Convey information from RCR to Aircraft operators Pilots Use information with aircraft performance data to determine if landing or take-off is safe The airport operator’s role  Accurately assess runway surface conditions using codes from the Runway Condition Assessment Matrix(RCAM) Report information in a timely manner to ATS/ATC through Runway Condition Report(RCR) • Airports should : The RCR should contains all the necessary information for the determination of the relevant runway condition Aerodrome personnel should understand the operational use of RWYCC by the flight to accurately assess runway condition Aerodrome personnel should report timely Training is essential: - How to assess? (...) Our role is to Help airport operators to implement the new system. Major ACI initiatives:  Online ICAO/ACI course – already available-3 hours duration  ICAO/ACI joint GRF symposium –held in March 2019  Organization of joint ICAO/ACI Regional Seminars ACI’s role
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Score: 966912.5 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc..._ACI%20World%20perspective.pdf
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The Planning Service allows submission of flight intent in advance (potentially up to a year or more, depending on what is reasonably accurate and practicable). This provides the ANSP with more accurate information about air traffic demand. 1.4 The following paragraphs provide a brief introduction to FFICE and the benefits to ATFM. 2. (...) The earlier submission of flight plan with trajectory information enable ASPs to more accurately forecast traffic demand, analyse traffic patterns and adjust traffic flow management plans and measures. Through negotiation mechanisms, ASPs and AUs work together to collaboratively seek to achieve optimal ATM system and flight operational efficiency, taking into account varying airspace scenarios and user preferences. 2.6 The benefits of FFICE are; a) Ability to exchange flexible and extensive information such as trajectory data; b) Facilitating collaborative decision making by allowing ASPs to balance their demand with capacity more accurately; c) Benefiting the ATFM systems with more accurate flight data and the reduction in the necessity for tactical interventions; and d) Facilitating AUs’ preferred trajectories as close as possible. 2.7 Future releases of FF-ICE would support dynamic post-departure trajectory negotiations between AUs and relevant ASPs in real time, as well as among ASPs and/or other relevant stakeholders.
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Score: 965469.4 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2021/ATFM%20TF5/IP3.pdf
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Rejected initiatives • CG improvement – Little savings on the Airbus fleet Flight Planning/Dispatch = 2,160,000 $/year Flight planning Optimization 70% Accurate Taxi fuel 12% Holding fuel 9% contingency fuel 0% Accurate FZFW 9% Implemented initiatives Flight Planning Optimization: Modify Current System or Acquire New System Capable of Generating Optimized Flight Plans. Optimum altitudes Accurate winds Integrated Cost Index Accurate Taxi Fuel : We now calculate Taxi Fuel Requirements Based on Historical Data Holding Fuel : Calculate Holding Fuel Based on Accurate Aircraft Landing Weight Other initiatives • Contingency Fuel: Change Contingency Fuel From 5% to 3% when Regulations allow. (not yet implemented) However, this past summer, for selected oceanic flights, we took advantage of a regulatory provision allowing the use of a reduced enroute fuel reserve. (new initiative) • Accurate ZFW: Accurate catering weight Freight forwarder to provide accurate weights within two hours of departure Flight Operations : 4,869,000 $/ year Variable CI by destination 53% SE taxi 17% Idel reverse 2% Econ Climb 3% AC pack Ops 0% Take off profile 4% Decelerated vs stabilized approach 3% Ramp fuel justification 18% Ramp fuel justification: • All pilots need to justify to dispatch any variance in ramp fuel • Every variance is tracked by Dispatch and reported to the Chief pilots • Done prior to Flight Sciences study Variable Cost Index : • The cost index is a number input into an aircraft’s FMS to calculate the most economical cruise speed at which to fly the aircraft (ECON speed) • There is a speed at which fuel consumption is optimal and balances operating costs against fuel burn • Our cost index was preset when the aircraft entered our fleet • It had never been optimized for our operation (too high!)
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Score: 965221.7 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...nsportCanada-2006/Mignault.pdf
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An operator's viewpoint Montreal, 20 to 21 October 2004 1 Noise Certification WorkshopNoise Certification Workshop AN OPERATOR’S VIEWPOINTAN OPERATOR’S VIEWPOINT Montreal, 20 to 21 October 2004 2 Noise Certification Workshop Key PointsKey Points ReRe--certificationcertification is a current processis a current process ReRe--certification may distort competitioncertification may distort competition Noise documentation is requested to be Noise documentation is requested to be accurateaccurate Accurate noise documentation requests Accurate noise documentation requests flexibilityflexibility Montreal, 20 to 21 October 2004 3 Noise Certification Workshop Main PrinciplesMain Principles ReRe--certification:certification: Equal treatmentEqual treatment Minimum costMinimum cost Documentation:Documentation: Low administrative burdenLow administrative burden Simplicity while accurate and flexibleSimplicity while accurate and flexible Montreal, 20 to 21 October 2004 4 Noise Certification Workshop A first experience of re-certificationA first experience of re-certification In 1997, noise energy cap in CDGIn 1997, noise energy cap in CDG In 1998, limitation of maximum flap deviation on In 1998, limitation of maximum flap deviation on AF Chapter 2 aircraft: 17 B737 200, 4 B747 AF Chapter 2 aircraft: 17 B737 200, 4 B747 100, in a subsonic fleet of 196. 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Non Stage 3 banned in USA in 1999Stage 3 banned in USA in 1999 Stage 3 with flap limited but non Chapter 3Stage 3 with flap limited but non Chapter 3 Non Ch 3 AF 747 100 sold and operated as US Non Ch 3 AF 747 100 sold and operated as US registered aircraft without any restrictions as Ch 3 registered aircraft without any restrictions as Ch 3 in CDGin CDG Need for an international reNeed for an international re--certification standardcertification standard Montreal, 20 to 21 October 2004 6 Noise Certification Workshop Other ExperiencesOther Experiences Progressive ban of “Ch 3 Progressive ban of “Ch 3 –– 5” aircraft at CDG 5” aircraft at CDG (cumulative margin < 5EPNdB) (cumulative margin < 5EPNdB) During night, after 2000: limitation of flap deviation of During night, after 2000: limitation of flap deviation of B747 200 freighter during 9 monthsB747 200 freighter during 9 months During the remainder of the day, after 2004: limited flap During the remainder of the day, after 2004: limited flap deviation and reduced mass after 2008 deviation and reduced mass after 2008 Restriction slows fleet renewing if hushRestriction slows fleet renewing if hush--kit amortization. kit amortization. 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Complete noise documentation is in the AFM and AFM is not on boardin the AFM and AFM is not on board Some on board documentation do not show Some on board documentation do not show certified levelscertified levels Some Some typetype noise certificate show the noise certificate show the maximummaximum MTOW for which the type complies (purchased MTOW for which the type complies (purchased MTOW): no updatingMTOW): no updating ICAO recommends to carry ICAO recommends to carry individualindividual noise noise documentationdocumentation Montreal, 20 to 21 October 2004 8 Noise Certification Workshop Individual noise documentation on board Individual noise documentation on board Individual aircraft “changes” from time Individual aircraft “changes” from time to time: at least, seasonal mass to time: at least, seasonal mass changeschanges IndividualIndividual noise documentation need noise documentation need to be updated: administrative workloadto be updated: administrative workload ICAO provides 3 optionsICAO provides 3 options Montreal, 20 to 21 October 2004 9 Noise Certification Workshop An example of option 3An example of option 3 The first document is an excerpt of the option 1 single The first document is an excerpt of the option 1 single document (numbered data)document (numbered data) It states the compliance of the individual aircraftIt states the compliance of the individual aircraft Montreal, 20 to 21 October 2004 10 Noise Certification Workshop Second document : the AOM, A320 family example Second document : the AOM, A320 family example The AOM is carried The AOM is carried on boardon board On one page of the On one page of the AOM: the AOM: the configuration of configuration of each individual each individual aircraftaircraft Montreal, 20 to 21 October 2004 11 Noise Certification Workshop Second document: (continued) Second document: (continued) Following pages: Following pages: levels according to levels according to configurationconfiguration Numbered data as in Numbered data as in option 1option 1 CAA approvedCAA approved Montreal, 20 to 21 October 2004 12 Noise Certification Workshop Third documentThird document Regulatory Regulatory document, part of document, part of the AOM, tracedthe AOM, traced Carried on boardCarried on board It shows the It shows the maximum masses maximum masses of the serial numberof the serial number Montreal, 20 to 21 October 2004 13 Noise Certification Workshop ConclusionConclusion Same data in the 3 optionsSame data in the 3 options Accurate levels of individual aircraft Accurate levels of individual aircraft carried on board to be read by non carried on board to be read by non expert:expert: Noise documentation in the AOMNoise documentation in the AOM Updating approval by the authority Updating approval by the authority should bring minimal burdenshould bring minimal burden Montreal, 20 to 21 October 2004 14 Noise Certification Workshop
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Score: 953797.9 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...onWorkshop-2004/IP_4_1_jbr.pdf
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“APNIC is one of five Regional Internet Registries currently operating in the world. It provides allocation and registration services which support the operation of the Internet globally. (...) The details of that meeting are here: http://www.ietf.org/meetings/73/. V. Operations There are a number of operational meetings around the world where network operations come together to discuss aspects of the operations of their respective networks within the Internet. These include such organizations as AfNOG, the African Network Operators Group (http://www.afnog.org), NANOG, the North American Network Operators Group (http://www.nanog.org), APRICOT, the Asia Pacific Regional Internet Conference on Operational Technologies (http://www.apricot.net), MENOG, the Middle East Network Operators Group (http://www.menog.net), SANOG, the South Asian Network Operators Group (http://www.sanog.org), and PacNOG, the Pacific Region Network Operators Group (http://www.pacnog.org).
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Score: 945890.9 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/15/T061500000A0028PDFE.pdf
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WEB ANNEXES FOR THE REVISED PROGRAMME OF WORK AND BUDGET 2006-07 Programme 5C: Financial services Programme Entity Time Frame Title 5CP01 2006-2011 Central Accounting and Financial Reporting 5CP02 2006-2011 Financial Operations and Systems 5CP03 2006-2011 Treasury Operations 5CP01: Central Accounting and Financial Reporting Problem to be addressed: 474.     (...) These would include: i) accounts are timely, complete, accurate and in compliance with the Organization's financial regulations and rules; ii) statutory requirement to produce biennial accounts for External Audit and FAO membership met; iii) complete financial results available to extra-budgetary sources; iv) field offices receive the necessary support to prepare accounts in an accurate manner; v) project accounts of the Organization are prepared to the highest standards, facilitating development of the field programme and ensuring due compliance with donor agreements. (...) The Organization needs to keep accurate, complete and timely records and follow-up of funds owed to the institution by internal and external clients.
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Score: 939505.8 - https://www.fao.org/pwb/2007/J7290Add1e/J7290Add1e37.htm
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This initiative targets B3–FICE - Improved Operational Performance through the introduction of Full FF-ICE Data for all the relevant flights systematically shared between the air and ground systems using SWIM infrastructure in support of collaborative ATM and Trajectory Based Operations. (...) Flight information and associated trajectories are principal mechanisms by which ATM service delivery will meet operational requirements. (ASBU-Appendix B) 1.2 While realizing the need and urgency of sharing an effective, up-to-date and accurate Flight and Flow information during all the phases of flight, the UAE seized the opportunity to design and develop a full FF-ICE 4D Trajectory model which is envisioned to fulfil the ASBU B3-FICE requirements. 1.3 The design and development of FF-ICE 4D trajectory model was carried in accordance with the following objectives: 1.3.1 An enabler of accurate and efficient Information exchange with Aerodromes and AUs to ensure the effective regional SWIM and CDM deployment MIDANPIRG/18 & RASG-MID/8-WP/44 - 2 - 1.3.2 An enabler of accurate and timely information exchange pertaining to ATFM constraints and measures to ensure the effective ATFM implementation 1.3.3 Publishes the most up-to-date flight and strategic tactical flow management data to all the regional and international stakeholders to facilitate the Trajectory Based Operations (TBO). 1.3.4 To ensure the completeness and accuracy of information as per the regional requirements 2. (...) It certainly enhances the accuracy, integrity and completeness of information exchange amongst ANSPs and other stakeholders, thereby acting as one of the enablers for operations such as TBO, DCP, ATFM, CDM, PBN etc. 3.
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Score: 938759.6 - https://www.icao.int/MID/MIDAN...-%20UAE%20FF-ICE%20CONCEPT.pdf
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Bearing this in mind, the list of deficinecies cannot at any one time be ocnsidered as accurate. In order to improve on the collation of all this information, an AFI Air Navigation Deficiencies Database (AFDD) is being established to assist in the enhancement of the process of identification, assessment, reporting and elimination of deficiencies. (...) Bearing this in mind, the list of deficiencies cannot at any one time be considered as accurate. 1.2 At this meeting, IATA reported that it regularly organizes Technical Missions for the purpose of identifying infrastructural deficiencies of concern to airline’s operations, priorities for remedial action, possibilities for cooperation between IATA and the authorities to effect remedial action and opportunities for future development plans. (...) ACTION BY THE MEETING 2.1 The meeting is requested to take note of the AFDD database created and to provide as much information as possible in order to facilitate a more accurate review of the status and trends. - END -
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Score: 932903.7 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...APIRG/APIRG18/Docs/wp22_en.pdf
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Can make use of appropriate discourse markers or connectors. Comprehension is accurate on common, concrete, and work- related topics and mostly accurate when the speaker is confronted with a linguistic or situational complication or an unexpected turn of events. (...) Comprehension is mostly accurate on common, concrete, and work- related topics when the accent or variety used is sufficiently intelligible for an international community of users. (...) Comprehension is often accurate on common, concrete, and work- related topics when the accent or variety used is sufficiently intelligible for an international community of users.
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Score: 925269 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...%20Rating%20Scale%20edited.pdf
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It provides callers accurate information on how to prevent the spread of virus, how to treat symptoms and when to seek medical care. (...) UNICEF/UN0436025/Taxta “We operate the call centre 24 hours a day. The staff is highly trained and works day and night,” says Abdinasir Ibrahim Mo’allim. (...) UNICEF/UN0436027/Taxta UNICEF provides financial support for staffing the centre as well as key messaging and guidance for providing timely and accurate information for the callers. The support builds on UNICEF’s years of experience in providing simple, effective, and accurate information to build public knowledge, awareness, and confidence.
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Score: 914663.3 - https://www.unicef.org/somalia...imely-information-saving-lives
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