by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Advanced Automation Program Office, Air Traffic Office in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English
|Other titles||En route/terminal A.T.C. operations concept|
|Statement||prepared by H.L. Ammerman ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||Ammerman, Harry L., 1930-, United States. Federal Aviation Administration. Advanced Automation Program Office, United States. Air Traffic Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (loose-leaf) :|
Basic RNP 1 has been developed primarily for application in non-radar, low density terminal airspace. In future, more RNP applications are expected to be developed for both en-route and terminal airspace. Approach. Approach concepts cover all segments of the instrument approach, i.e. initial, intermediate, final, and missed approach. The RNP. tound in en route sectors well away from terminal airspace, is referred to in thc following discussion as an "unconstrained" environment. If traffic density is low, very little ground-based ATC coordination or intervention is required. At the other extreme, in the en route area approaching an airport's terminal airspace, heavy traMc. SAIC is seeking an Air Traffic Control (ATC) Specialist(s) with En Route or Terminal experience to support Mission Support Services, Air Traffic Control Procedures for AJV-P and AJV-I with technical subject matter expertise and analytical support for the preparation, review and coordination of plans, change documents, safety documents, etc. related to OS functional . (i) The nonradar concept of operations to be used in response to an ATC Zero event. (ii) Procedures used to support surrounding en route facilities. (iii) Phraseology associated with termination of radar service, clearance to cross a fix/navaid at a specified time, and communication changes.
Whenever an aircraft has been cleared to a fix other than the destination airport (clearance limit) and delay is expected, it is the responsibility of the ATC controller to issue complete holding instructions (unless the pattern is charted), an EFC time, and a best estimate of any additional en route/terminal delay. European Airspace Concept Handbook for PBN Implementation Edition 9 Airspace Concept An Airspace Concept describes the intended operations within an airspace. Airspace Concepts are developed to satisfy strategic objectives such as safety, capacity or flight efficiency. Airspace Concepts include details of the practical organisa-. [R - ATC Procedures and Phraseology for Lost Link Events] Concept Maturation Questions: What ATC procedures are required during lost link events in the en route and terminal domains? o For designating a fix or volume of airspace for lost link containment o For handling UAS flight termination events if link cannot be regained. I "grew up" loving terminal ATC after observing operations for years and years at terminal facilities, with the occasional rare visit to a center. While I was convinced terminal ATC was the only way to go, I was hired at an en-route center (ZAB).
The Advanced Airspace Concept (Erzberger, ) proposes to achieve increased capacity in both en route and terminal areas through the use of technologies that include air-ground datalink, automation generating 4-D trajectories, and an independent back-up system, intended to provide safe transition whenever there is a malfunction. An analysis of the concept’s operations . Graphic simulation and the automated en route air traffic control concept: An FAA Technical Center preliminary study (DOT/FAA/CT-TN85/29). Atlantic City International Airport: Federal Aviation Administration Technical Center. Stein, E.S. (). controllers, in both the en-route and terminal domains. This paper presents the results of the first HITL simulation of FDMS as defined by . The simulation was intended to provide an initial evaluation of the impact on en-route controller operations under both normal and non-normal conditions. FDMS Operational Concept. automated en route air traffic control airport noise comparability and land use Aeronautical Radio, Inc. air route traffic control center Automated Radar Terminal System, a computer-driven display system used in ter-minal areas airport surveillance radar Air Transport Association Automatic Traffic Advisory and Resolution Service air traffic control.