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UK Performance-based Navigation (PBN) Implementation Status. Geoff Burtenshaw Technical Advisor, Navigation Systems Directorate of Airspace Policy. PBN Regulatory Enablers. 1. Delivering a Future Airspace Strategy (FAS). The FAS Industry Implementation Group (FASIIG) Objective: - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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UK Performance-based Navigation (PBN) Implementation Status

Geoff Burtenshaw Technical Advisor, Navigation SystemsDirectorate of Airspace Policy02 July 20121ICAO-EUR PBN TF/71PBN Regulatory Enablers102 July 20122ICAO-EUR PBN TF/72Delivering a Future Airspace Strategy (FAS) The FAS Industry Implementation Group (FASIIG) Objective:

To work collaboratively across the aviation industry (NATS, CAA, Airports, Airlines, Military, GA) to develop and agree an implementation plan to deliver the CAAs Future Airspace Strategy for the 2015-2020 timescale. The FASIIG will work within a fixed two year timescale in order to deliver an implementation plan which delivers a set of tangible benefits within the 2015-2020 timescale or earlier where possible. 02 July 20123ICAO-EUR PBN TF/7Delivery of FASDevelop a FAS Implementation Plan by end of 2012Align it to near and longer term SESAR objectives Monitor & manage the action plan to ensure timely progress The FASIIG will provide the opportunity to develop cross industry positions for input to government and regulatory policy makingIdentify key airspace, technical and policy constraints to realisation of the FASPBN seen as a key element of the FAS implementation plan 02 July 20124ICAO-EUR PBN TF/7PBN Regulatory Enablers UK Air Navigation Order (CAP 393) Articles 124/125Area navigation and required navigation performance capabilitiesAircraft registered in the UK (124)Aircraft registered elsewhere than the UK (125)Policy for the Application of PBN in UK/Irish Airspace02 July 20125ICAO-EUR PBN TF/7ANO Articles 124/125An aircraft must not fly in required navigation performance airspace unless it is equipped with area navigation equipment which enables the aircraft to maintain the navigation performance capability notified, prescribed or otherwise designated for that airspaceThe equipment must be approved, installed in an acceptable manner, maintained and operated in accordance with approved proceduresAn aircraft need not comply with these requirements if ATC, having been made aware of the lack of compliance, authorises the flight or the aircraft complies with any ATC instructions02 July 20126ICAO-EUR PBN TF/7Policy for the Application of PBN in UK/Irish AirspaceApproved at FAB Supervisory Committee Meeting in Dublin on 13 October 2011 Comprises 12 high-level policy statementsThe PBN Policy sets out a specific framework with guidance and support to ANSPs and operators to help facilitate implementationSubject to review and update in late 2012

02 July 20127ICAO-EUR PBN TF/77PBN CaveatsPBN is only one element of technological and operational enhancements providing enablers for FAS

Environmental policy, cost and business drivers will have an impact on how quickly PBN can be moved forward

The PBN Policy does not contain all of the answers to implementation issues, these will have to be developed separately through the UK/Irish PBN Implementation Working Group02 July 20128ICAO-EUR PBN TF/78AIC - Application of PBN in UK AirspaceApproximates to a UK PBN Implementation PlanA roadmap for ANSPs and Airports seeking to introduce PBN as part of their airspace changesIntended to provide framework for LAMP and NTCALink to Air Navigation Order (ANO) Articles 124 and 125 Still very much an enabling AICSets out 2014, 2016 and 2018 objectives based on anticipated aircraft capabilitiesAIC needs to be read in conjunction with PBN Policy documentYellow 023/2012 refers

02 July 20129ICAO-EUR PBN TF/7Current Status202 July 201210ICAO-EUR PBN TF/710Current StatusEn-routeFrom 7 April 2011, B-RNAV (RNAV 5) became applicable on all UK ATS routes at all levels/altitudes in controlled airspace as promulgated in the UK AIP02 July 201211ICAO-EUR PBN TF/7Current StatusTerminal AirspaceStill no P-RNAV (RNAV 1) SIDs or STARs implemented, although STARs are largely covered by the extension of the B-RNAV mandateNATS London Airspace Management Programme (LAMP) and Northern Terminal Control Area (NTCA) ProjectsGatwick RNAV 1 SIDs (transposing trials to permanent procedures)Newcastle RNAV 1 SIDs, Leeds/Bradford RNAV 1 SIDs and STARs02 July 201212ICAO-EUR PBN TF/7Current StatusRNP APCH implementation todayHigh levels of interest to implement RNAV (GNSS) ApproachesAPV Demand may exceed IAP design and regulation capacityProfile raised by EC 7th Framework Funding call for LPV implementation (ACCEPTA)14 aerodromes successful in UK All will include LNAV ReversionCAA encouraging inclusion of LNAV/VNAV Minima on charts where beneficial

Runway ends LNAVRunway endsLNAV/VNAVRunway endsLPVIn Service1892In Design 2012/1344183802 July 201213ICAO-EUR PBN TF/7Other DevelopmentsSID and NPR Working Group:Define the components of instrument departure procedures promulgated either conventionally or utilising PBN (RNAV/RNP) Identify and clarify the issues surrounding the replication of conventionally promulgated Standard Instrument Departures (SID) and any associated Noise Preferential Routes (NPR) Propose possible solutions to any issues identified above02 July 201214ICAO-EUR PBN TF/7Trial of RNP 1 Departures with RFConducting feasibility assessment for potential RNP 1 with Radius to Fix (RF) Departure trials at London Stansted RWY 04 DVR and RWY 22 CLNTrial commencement after the London 2012 Olympics

02 July 201215ICAO-EUR PBN TF/7Objective:To publish RNAV Holding PolicyEnsure that the RNAV hold and STAR is at least as safe as the current conventional proceduresHold separation standardsHold to adjacent holdHold to route or edge of Controlled AirspaceRNAV Holding Policy18 April 201202 July 201216ICAO-EUR PBN TF/7CAA Policy Regarding Instrument Approach Procedures To Aerodromes Without an Instrument Runway and/or Approach Control

Development of Policy and Guidance (CAP)Consultation over the summer of 2012Publication by end of 201202 July 201217ICAO-EUR PBN TF/7Navaid RationalisationNATS programme to right-size the UK conventional navigation infrastructure compatible with a PBN environmentConsistent with changes to require RNAV 5 on all UK ATS routes since April 2011 and AIC Yellow 107/2011 allowing Routes and Procedures to be flown with an equivalent to ADFRemoval of 8 en-route NDBs by 2018Reduction of en-route VORs from 46 to 19 by 2018VOR dependencies:Terminal airspace conventional procedures e.g., SIDsInstrument Approach proceduresUse for training (civil and military)Means of procedural separationMitigation against controlled airspace infringementsFragmented ownership of airports/procedures02 July 201218ICAO-EUR PBN TF/7Proposed Rationalised VOR Network and Coverage

02 July 201219ICAO-EUR PBN TF/7CAA Web Page RefreshWeb page refresh in progress 1st phase completeHigh level PBN pages with pointers to internal and external materialAccess to RNAV (GNSS) Approach pagesDedicated contact point:pbn@caa.co.uk02 July 201220ICAO-EUR PBN TF/7Summary302 July 201221ICAO-EUR PBN TF/721SummaryPBN is a key enabler for the Future Airspace Strategy (FAS) and indeed, the CAA Environmental StrategyCAA PBN Policy in placeIndustry implementation programme now being developed by the FASIIGAIC (Y) 023/2012 sets out the application roadmap leading into the introduction of the SES PBN IRRNP APCH offers access for all types of aircraft and to all aerodromes*Processes established to assist in deployment and CAA working to smooth the approval path02 July 201222ICAO-EUR PBN TF/7* Emerging CAA policy for Non-Instrument Runways and where No-Approach Service availableSummaryNavigation infrastructure is part of the PBN solutionNATS VOR replacement programme is therefore an opportunity to right-size UK navigation infrastructure through rationalisationThrough FAS, the CAA is seeking to modernise and future-proof UK airspace and infrastructure02 July 201223ICAO-EUR PBN TF/7Questions?

Point of contact:

geoff.burtenshaw@caa.co.uk02 July 201224ICAO-EUR PBN TF/7

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