lec7 - Air Traffic Flow Management Presented to: MIT By:...

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Presented to: By: Date: Federal Aviation Administration Air Traffic Flow Management MIT FAA Command Center October 5, 2006
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2 2 Federal Aviation Administration Briefing Overview Why use ATFM? – Benefits derived from Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM) and the Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) process. Who is involved? – Air Traffic Organization –C u s t om e r
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3 3 Federal Aviation Administration PHL Arrivals and Departures
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4 4 Federal Aviation Administration EWR Arrivals and Departures
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5 5 Federal Aviation Administration JFK Arrivals and Departures
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6 6 Federal Aviation Administration LGA Arrivals and Departures
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7 7 Federal Aviation Administration BOS Arrival and Departures
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8 8 Federal Aviation Administration TEB Arrival and Departures
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9 9 Federal Aviation Administration Northeast Airports Close Up
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10 10 Federal Aviation Administration Northeast Airports Arrivals and Departures
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11 11 Federal Aviation Administration All Traffic
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12 12 Federal Aviation Administration Convective Weather
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13 13 Federal Aviation Administration All Northeast Airports with Weather
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14 14 Federal Aviation Administration Military Airspace
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15 15 Federal Aviation Administration Air Traffic Flow Management Mission - balance air traffic demand with system capacity to ensure a safe, efficient utilization of the National Airspace System. • Appropriate application of traffic management initiatives provides operational benefits: • Minimizes delay and congestion • Increases throughput • Increases system safety • Lowers cost through fuel savings • Provides scheduling predictability
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16 16 Federal Aviation Administration Air Traffic Flow Management • ATFM supports the implementation of new technology and procedures that enhance airspace capacity such as: • RNAV • RNP • RVSM • CAATS • Shanwick System • A-380 construction •ERAM
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17 17 Federal Aviation Administration Collaborative Decision Making Collaborative Decision Making • The Traffic Flow Management operational philosophy, technologies, and procedures that
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course AERO 16.72 taught by Professor Hansman during the Fall '06 term at MIT.

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lec7 - Air Traffic Flow Management Presented to: MIT By:...

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