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Title: LSSIP Kick off Event 11-12 Sep 2012


1
LSSIP Kick off Event 11-12 Sep 2012
Welcome to participants and opening of the Kick
Off Event
2
LSSIP Kick off Event 11-12 Sep 2012
Review and acceptance of Kick off Event Agenda
3
Danny DEBALS on behalf of Luc TYTGAT, Director
DSS
Predrag VRANJKOVIC, DSS/EIPR Oscar ALFARO,
DSS/EIPR Adriatik KOKONA, DSS/EIPR Danny DEBALS,
DSS/EIPR
ESSIP Report SES Report including generic
findings/recommendations List of the LSSIP 2012
actions Overall conclusion of lessons learnt
Bernd HILL, DSS/EIPR
Valerie OBLIN, DSS/EIPR Danny DEBALS on behalf
of UK/CAA Ana Paula FRANGOLHO, DSS/EIPR Oscar
ALFARO, DSS/EIPR
Ingrid FEIJT, DSS/EIPR Fani TSIRANTONAKI, DSS/EIPR
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LSSIP Kick off Event 11-12 Sep 2012
ESSIP/LSSIP mechanism in the changing European
ATM environment
5
New environment
Network Strategy Plan
Eur. ATM Master Plan
ESSIP Plan
(Interim) Deployment Programme
Common projects
  • National LSSIPs
  • Not 42 individual trains
  • 42 wagons of the same train

What has this to do with LSSIP?
6
ESSIP and the Eur. ATM Master Plan
  • ESSIP Plan ESSIP Report Level 3 of Eur ATM MP

European ATM Master Plan
Proposals in ESSIP Plan developed by -
EUROCONTROL Teams - SESAR JU WP C.02
Approved by AAB and SESAR WPC
7
ESSIP in the SESAR JU work structure
WA2 Short/Medium Term European Deployment
Planning and Reporting
WA1 European Deployment Outlook
WA0 C.2 Project management
LSSIPs
T007 European Deployment Reports Assessments
T015 - Day to Day Project management
T002 - Performance Planning
T005 - Deployment Scenarios
T001 Process descrip- tion and maintenance
T006 ESSIP Outlines, Objectives and
SLoAs development
T003 Financial Incentives - Generic
T014 Non-EU States coordination
T004 Financial Incentives - Specific
T0NN IR/MP update coordination including DB
data maintenance
ESSIP Report
ESSIP Plan
8
ESSIP coordination - Network Manager
  • New Stakeholder group in ESSIP objectives
    Network Manager (NMN)
  • Currently no specific NMN SLoAs (Former AGY
    SLoAs, where applicable)
  • New specific SLoAs/objectives to be coordinated
    with the development of ESSIP Plan Edition 2013
  • Inputs Network Strategy Plan
  • Use of ESSIP Plan in line with Commission
    Decision of 7/7/2011 on the nomination of the
    Network Manager

9
Interim Deployment Steering Group (IDSG)
  • Established in Feb 2012
  • Chair Head of SES Unit / EC
  • Members civil military representatives of
    States within SES area and from relevant ATM ops
    stakeholders (ANSPs, Airspace users, Airports,
    Network Manager), EASA, and SJU
  • A transitional arrangement to steer
    implementation of short term essential SESAR
    deployments critical to performance at European
    level
  • To remain active up to establishment and start of
    operations of SESAR deployment governance.
  • Central task steer, coordinate and monitor short
    term implementation activities on the basis of
    the Interim Deployment Programme (IDP)
  • To collect and analyse relevant deployment data
    coming from, e.g., ESSIP and LSSIP reports,
    business plans, programme reports, performance
    plans and any additional complementary
    information to support the execution of the IDP

10
ESSIP(/LSSIP) in the context of IDSG
ATM Master Plan update 2012
ESSIP Plan ed 2012
ESSIP Plan ed 2013
Interim Deployment Programme (2012-2014)
IDSG
Network Strategy Plan
11
ESSIP core activities in IDP outline v0.3
Relationship ESSIP objectives - IDP Activity Areas
The ESSIP Plan becomes a single reference for the
deployment planning at local level
12
ESSIP(/LSSIP) in the context of the setting up of
the Deployment Programme
  • EC Mandate to SESAR JU to draft a proposal on the
    content of a pilot common project
  • Based on one or several essential operational
    changes identified in the ATM Master Plan level
    1
  • Delivery of the proposal end April 2013
  • Use of SESAR JU consultation and cooperation
    mechanisms
  • Liaise with NM, PRB and EUROCONTROLs DSS
  • Consider the experience and methodologies used by
    IDSG

13
ESSIP/LSSIP yesterday Self-contained
14
ESSIP/LSSIP today tomorrow Multiple
interactions
EU Regulations
ATM MP
ESSIP Plan
LSSIPs
NSP
ESSIP Report
Depl. Programme
IDP
15
Conclusions
  • ESSIP/LSSIP is no longer a static business
  • ESSIP/LSSIP is no longer a EUROCONTROL-centric
    business
  • ESSIP/LSSIP is no longer a simple business
  • ESSIP(/LSSIP) is fully integrated
  • into Eur. ATM MP and related decision making
    processes,
  • ultimately leading to the SESAR Deployment
  • Feeding the mentioned processes with timely and
    accurate information becomes crucial and

16
Conclusions (contd)
  • 42 wagons, 1 train

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LSSIP Kick off Event 11-12 Sep 2012
ESSIP Report 2011
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The position of the ESSIP Report
19
What is new in the ESSIP Report for 2011?
Noracon - contributor ENAV - contributor Indra -
reviewer Thales - reviewer
SESAR WP C.02 European Deployment Reports and
Assessments (D07)
NEW WAY OF WORKING
IDSG, SESAR JU
NEW CUSTOMERS
NEW STRUCTURE
RECOMMENDATIONS
20
Main developments in 2011 positive
Implementation progress has improved in 2011
(green line). Number of ESSIP objectives
progressing slower then plan has reduced (orange
line). On the downside, number of ESSIP
objectives reported as late in implementation has
increased (red line) but at much lower rate then
it was the case since 2007.
21
Main developments in 2011 positive
  • Most of the airports that are in the
    applicability area of airport related ESSIP
    objectives now integrated in the LSSIP reporting.
  • The process of raising awareness should continue.

22
Main developments in 2011 positive
  • Airspace Users participation in ESSIP objective
    questionnaire
  • Air Astana
  • Air France
  • Bluejet
  • BMW
  • Continental Airlines
  • Czech Airlines
  • Condor
  • Jet Air Fly
  • Edelweiss Air
  • KLM
  • Malev
  • Qantas
  • South African Airlines
  • Blue Panorama
  • Martinair
  • Thomas Cook

Total fleet 971 aircraft
23
Main developments in 2011 negative
  • 20 out of 49 ESSIP objectives recorded delays in
    the implementation (average 3 years)
  • Commitment issues for 6 ESSIP objectives (range
    1-13 States per objective)
  • Data availability 4 States reported missing data
    for one or more ESSIP objectives

24
ESSIP Implementation Monitoring (Ch. 4)
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Different interpretation of the objective progress
55
25
ESSIP Implementation Monitoring A new indicator
showing the level of reported adherence of
national local plans to the European plan in the
implementation of applicable ESSIP objectives.
25
SESAR Deployment Baseline View (Ch. 5)
European ATM Master Plan Operational Hierarchy
Operational Package Efficient and Green Terminal
Airspace Operations
26
Essential OI steps View (Ch. 6)
  • 35 Essential Operational Improvements (OI steps)
    as defined in the SESAR WP C/ Project C.02, Task
    2.2 Short-Term Deployment Scenario Maintenance
  • All ESSIP objectives related to essential OIs
    (20) recommended to IDSG for inclusion in the
    Interim Deployment Programme
  • Objectives analysed in detail AOP05, AOP08,
    ATC07.1, COM10, FCM03, NAV03, ITY-AGDL

For all 35 essential OI Steps
27
Stakeholder Segment View (Ch. 7)
  • National Regulators (covered in the SES Report)
  • ANSPs
  • Airports
  • Military Authorities
  • Airspace Users

Ensure coordinated involvement of all national
stakeholders in the LSSIP to harmonise the
understanding of all ESSIP objectives
implementation steps and status, thus ensuring a
reliable assessment.
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FAB View (Ch. 8)
  • Produced jointly with Stakeholders participating
    in FAB projects
  • Focus on ANSPs using ESSIP Implementation
    Monitoring method
  • Objectives with FAB dimension only
  • Airspace Organisation and Management AOM13.1,
    AOM1920
  • Air Traffic Control ATC02.2/.5/.6/.7, ATC1215
  • Communication COM06, COM09?11
  • Flow Control Management FCM0103
  • Interoperability ITY-ADQ, -AGDL, -AGVCS, -FMTP,
    -COTR.

Ensure coordinated approach to the ESSIP in order
to achieve harmonised understanding of all ESSIP
objectives implementation steps and status, thus
ensuring a reliable assessment, comparable
throughout the FAB.
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Recommendations
EUROCONTROL
IDSG
EC
SJU
REC-2011-21
REC-2011-33
REC-2011-18
EIPR
DNM
DSS
REC-2011-01
REC-2011-17
REC-2011-13
REC-2011-19
REC-2011-35
REC-2011-30
REC-2011-14
REC-2011-02
REC-2011-20
REC-2011-03
REC-2011-31
REC-2011-15
REC-2011-40
REC-2011-04
REC-2011-16
  • Relevant recommendations distributed to EC/IDSG,
    SESAR JU, DNM and DSS (Support to States)
  • EIPR has already addressed its recommendations

30
Recommendations
National Stakeholders
FAB
Airports
ANSPs
NAAs
REC-2011-41
REC-2011-22
REC-2011-05
REC-2011-04
REC-2011-42
REC-2011-24
REC-2011-06
REC-2011-11
REC-2011-25
REC-2011-07
REC-2011-12
REC-2011-08
REC-2011-36
REC-2011-09
REC-2011-39
REC-2011-10
REC-2011-23
REC-2011-26
REC-2011-27
To be considered in the LSSIP 2012
REC-2011-28
REC-2011-29
REC-2011-32
REC-2011-34
REC-2011-37
REC-2011-38
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What is next?
  • ESSIP Report for 2011 to be presented to AAB/4 in
    October 2012
  • The planning of ESSIP Report for 2012 will start
    soon in coordination with SESAR WPC.02 partners

And at the end
DATA QUALITY - ESSENTIAL
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LSSIP Kick off Event 11-12 Sep 2012
SES Report including generic findings/recommendati
ons
33
The position of the SES Report
34
2011 Cycle SES Legislation Implementation Report
- Highlights -
35
SES Legislation Implementation Report 2010
Highlights
  • The institutional framework i.e. separation
    regulation from service provision and NSA
    establishment, is in place, however
  • Level of progress in 2010 has slowed compared to
    previous years
  • Reported staff shortages by many NSAs remain
    worryingly high
  • Legal arrangements required for cross border ANS
    are not being put in place in the majority of
    States
  • Safety oversight of ASM/ATFM remains an issue
  • FABs/FAB initiatives have not yet started the
    process of inter-FAB coordination and
    cooperation
  • The lack of activity by NSAs in Interoperability
    (IOP) supervision is a matter of concern
  • No progress in establishment of enforcement
    measures for collection of air navigation
    charges
  • Monitoring of FUA performance remains low.

36
SES Legislation Implementation Report 2011
highlights (I)
  • NSA Resources
  • Progress has been made in recruitment during
    2011.
  • NSAs reporting being adequately staffed or
    reporting a shortage below 15 has increased
    from 8 to 11.
  • Recruitment plans for 3 NSAs are now
    approved (on hold in 2010).
  • Still shortage of qualified auditors but no
    NSA reports now 0 auditors.
  • A number of NSAs remain understaffed.
  • Overall 24 staff shortage.
  • 8 NSAs still report recruitment plans on hold
    or under consideration

37
SES Legislation Implementation Report 2011
highlights (II)
  • Cross-Border Service Provision
  • Large improvement in information reported
    better NSA awareness.
  • Significant improvement (for the first time)
    in the conclusion of NSA-NSA arrangements.
  • Improvement is largely within FABs.

38
SES Legislation Implementation Report 2011
highlights (III)
  • Safety Oversight
  • Significant improvement in oversight of
    ASM/ATFM.
  • Still 8 NSAs (9 in 2010) reported deficiencies
    in their processes for safety oversight

39
SES Legislation Implementation Report 2011
highlights (IV)
  • Interoperability
  • 26 States (24 in 2010) indicated that processes
    for verification of compliance with IOP
    Regulation have been developed (and
    encouraging signs for the 3 remaining States).
  • More NSAs having received DoVs (24 vs 18 in
    2010) suggests that effectiveness of the
    oversight is improving.
  • Verification of compliance with IRs by the NSAs
    has improved.
  • Inconsistencies with ANSPs plans reported in
    other LSSIP sections remain.
  • Difficult to assess the effectiveness of the
    current IRs (only 3 should be fully
    implemented), however indications of delays in
    COTR and DLS.

40
SES Legislation Implementation Report 2011
highlights (V)
  • Enforcement measures for the collection of air
    navigation charges
  • Little progress made. Some States remain
    recalcitrant.

41
SES Legislation Implementation Report 2011
highlights (VI)
  • FUA Performance Assessment

42
SES Legislation Implementation Report 2011
highlights (VII)
  • Additional 2011 highlights
  • NSAs should use their fora (e.g. NCP) to find a
    common approach to
  • Certification and designation of AFIS providers.
  • Oversight of the software safety assurance
    system Regulation.
  • Various areas of the ATFM Regulation handling
    critical events monitoring adherence to ATFM
    departure slots and penalties for infringements.
  • FUA performance assessment, FUA compliance
    monitoring (and the NSAs role in it).
  • Additionally, further guidance is required for
    supporting the NSAs in
  • Establishing risk based approaches to ongoing
    oversight of the common requirements.
  • Ensure a common approach is adopted to safety
    oversight, and in particular to ANS, ASM and
    AFTM audits.

43
2011 Cycle Lessons Learnt
44
Lessons Learnt States Reports
  • Steady improvement by States in understanding,
    awareness and reporting quality over the four
    cycles.
  • Consultation of the State Annual report with
    Agency LSSIP Contact Person before signature is
    advisable.
  • The size of the reports remains at the limit of
    what is manageable both for States to report and
    EUROCONTROL to analyse.
  • Some issues have reached a maturity level of
    implementation that would allow to extend the
    simplified-version-for-compliant-States
    principle already used in the 2010 reporting
    cycle.
  • Time and quality-wise States managed to deliver,
    so working arrangements seem to work.

45
Lessons Learnt - SES Legislation Implementation
Report
  • 2011 Report better than 10, 09 08 (deeper
    analysis by experts, LSSIP cross-check, maturity
    of data allows some benchmarking, etc.)
  • Recommendations are more and more specific, the
    majority now focus on specific issues within
    individual States ? better common understanding
    of the legislation.
  • The overall SES Reporting process (including EC
    follow-up) shows improvements in key areas.

46
Follow-up actions
  • The Commission to inform States

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LSSIP Kick off Event 11-12 Sep 2012
List of LSSIP 2012 Actions
48
Background of the Actions List
  • 82 Actions in the list inherited from the
    previous LSSIP Workshops
  • 10 new Actions (83 to 92) added by EIPR Team
  • EIPR evaluated the progress made proposed the
    way forward for each of the actions
  • Updated list including EIPR proposals was sent to
    the National FPs by end April 2012 for feedback

49
States Responses
  • 16 National Focal Points out of 42 responded and
    commented on the List (around 35)
  • On average 42 out of 92 Actions were commented
    (around 46)
  • The highest figure of responses given by a state
    was 99 (91 actions) while the lowest one only
    10 (9 actions)
  • 3 new actions (93 to 95) proposed by a National
    FP reaching the total number of 95 actions.

50
Action List for 2012
  • Most of the comments made by the FPs were taken
    into consideration in the final action list
  • This new list contains 28 actions, significantly
    less than the previous one with 82
  • 13 Actions planned to be finalised by 11 Sep
    2012 3 by end of 2012, 11 by end of June 2013
  • 1 Action (No 4) to be activated when requested by
    any FAB.

51
Most important topics addressed by the list of
actions
  • LSSIP Template quality improvements, No 1, 2, 25
  • Further improvements on the LSSIP document
    quality control, No 6-9, 24
  • Establishment of better links between ESSIP
    Objectives, OIs steps and KPAs/KPIs, No 12-16,
    26
  • Enhancement of the LSSIP Database
    functionalities, No 5, 10, 11, 21, 27
  • Further quality improvement of LSSIP Level 2
    information, No 17-20, 28

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Where are we what should be done to implement
successfully the list
  • 2 of the 13 actions planned to be finalised by 11
    Sep remain in progress (No 3 5)
  • Further improve collaboration and coordination
    between EIPR and all national representatives
  • Regular exchange of information on the progress
    made on the implementation of the actions by
    relevant actors i.e. every 3 or 4 months
  • Update of the list based on the progress made as
    necessary

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Wrap up of lessons learnt
54
Wrap up
ESSIP Report
SES Report
EIPR
See Item 7
REC-2011-01
REC-2011-02
REC-2011-03
REC-2011-04
CP-FP
REC-2011-16
DATA QUALITY - ESSENTIAL
Ensure coordinated involvement of all national
stakeholders in the LSSIP to harmonise the
understanding of all ESSIP objectives
implementation steps and status, thus ensuring a
reliable assessment.
Action List 17
Ensure coordinated approach to the ESSIP in order
to achieve harmonised understanding of all ESSIP
objectives implementation steps and status, thus
ensuring a reliable assessment, comparable
throughout the FAB.
CP-FP
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Wrap up
See Item 6
See Item 8a
See Item 7
See Item 8b
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LSSIP Kick off Event 11-12 Sep 2012
Overall changes in the LSSIP 2012 Process
Deliverables Tools
57
LSSIP Process
One Common Kick-off Event
One local meeting
One mandatory review of LSSIP level 2
All LSSIP Parts single Working Level Agreed and
single signature page
Freezing of LSSIP Database 01/03/2013
58
Deliverables, Guidance Tools
Valérie, Ana Paula, Oscar
Changes in the LSSIP Template
Avoiding repetitions overlap
Octavian
Changes in the ESSIP Plan
Significant changes New Objectives
Changes to Guidance Material
Ingrid
Updated LSSIP Guide ppt slides (tips
tricks) Implementation progress definition
Changes to LSSIP Tools
Fani
Upgraded LSSIP Map Tool New functionalities
59
LSSIP Process
Better reporting
Stay tuned
Have a nice Lunch
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Changes in the LSSIP Template - overall
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LSSIP Structure
  • Same reporting set-up as previous Editions
    Documents (Level 1 Level 2) / Infrastructure
    (LSSIP Database - Web)
  • New picture on the cover page
  • Level 1 document remains in four parts, but
  • Parts not more identified by numbers
  • Former Parts III IV swap position with each
    other (impacting also Executive Summary)
  • One signature page covering all parts of LSSIP
    Level 1 (except SES FUA Reports)
  • Traffic Performance Part further slimmed down
    eliminating all repetitions or overlapping with
    PRU Report and NOP

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LSSIP Naming of parts
  • Former Part I State Context (no change of
    title)
  • Former Part II ESSIP Objective Implementation
    (formerly Implementation of ESSIP Objectives)
  • Former Part IV Traffic and ATM Performance (no
    change of title)
  • Former Part III Legislation Implementation
    (formerly Implementation of SES Legislation)

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UK LSSiP Signature Process
  • 2012 Kick-off Meeting
  • Eurocontrol 11/12 Sep 12

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LSSiP Signature Process
  • Fundamental Issues
  • Too many signatories
  • Tight deadlines
  • Labour intensive
  • Cost prohibitive

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Changes Required to Streamline Signature Process
  • Agreement from Stakeholders for one signature at
    State level
  • Part II Approval Sheet provides the explanation
    for the governance
  • Validation of all stakeholders submission is
    provided by confirmation email to Focal Point
  • Validations are maintained for audit and to
    satisfy State signatory

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Stakeholder Perspective
  • Fundamentally
  • Fully briefed at Focus Groups by the Focal Point
    and Data Manager at start of cycle
  • Governance issues are accommodated
  • Support provided throughout the process as and
    when required

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In Conclusion
  • What have we gained?
  • Satisfactory process
  • Efficient process
  • Acceptable governance process
  • Increased flexibility

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Changes in the LSSIP Template - Traffic and ATM
Performance
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Traffic and ATM Performance
  • Is a unique compilation of relevant performance
    data, organised at State level, and a quick
    overall reference to stakeholders and general
    public on performance matters
  • It may constitute the foundation for aligning and
    linking the technical and operational
    implementation progress with relevant performance
    targets and overall European ATM performance
  • LSSIP chapter 3 (National Projects) can provide
    an important source of information if completely
    reported, detailed and enhanced

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Traffic and ATM Performance data LSSIP year 2012
  • Three chapters
  • Cost Efficiency Small changes
  • En-route Traffic Capacity No change in
    structure
  • Airport Traffic Capacity No change in
    structure
  • EIPR is responsible for coordinating and
    assembling the content and ensuring overall
    quality.
  • Most data and information elements are not
    provided and filled in by States (unlike the
    other LSSIP parts), but are coming from various
    EUROCONTROL Units. This entails an extensive
    coordination effort and dependence upon the
    release of data.

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Cost Efficiency
  • ? IR 691 July 2010 (Performance Scheme) is in
    place
  • ? Performance Plans were delivered
  • ? PRB monitoring activity will start soon
  • For EU 27 a common text will be developed with
    a link to monitoring activities done by PRB
  • For non-EU States it will include monitoring of
    the national cost-efficiency Performance
    Indicator (PI) for 2012-2014
  • Enlarged Committee for Route Charges data will be
    used (meeting November 2012)
  • Georgia Azerbaijan will provide their data
  • PRU provides support
  • Estimated timing
  • Chapter available for distribution by December
    2012

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En-route Traffic Capacity
  • Chapter coordinated with DNM/OPL (Operations
    Planning) who will gather and process the data
  • Capacity Planning data to be available after
    coordination meetings with States (from mid
    November 2012 till mid January 2013)
  • Same structure and content as in previous
    editions
  • EUROCONTROL Contact Persons will send the chapter
    to national Focal Points and coordinate the final
    validation

74
Airport Traffic and Capacity (1)
  • This chapter is based on a tailored list of
    airports built around the following criteria
  • The main national airport of each State
  • Airports with more than 150 000 movements
  • Airports identified as critical and having an
    impact in the network in terms of ATFM delays

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Airport Traffic and Capacity (2)
  • Chapter includes information on Airport Traffic,
    Airport Delays, Capacity and Planned
    developments/delay reduction plan
  • Three main sources of data
  • STATFOR MTF available early October 2012
  • NM/CODA - delay section for critical airports
  • Airport Corner (Airport Unit) - November 2012
  • Chapter will be distributed to national Focal
    Point by the second fortnight of November 2012

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Changes in the LSSIP Template SES and FUA report
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2012 Template Drivers for Change
  • Lessons learnt from the 2011 reporting exercise
  • New Regulations
  • EC and EASAs priorities

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2012 Template Lessons Learnt
  • Cross-Border Maturity and level of
    implementation much improved ? Reporting can be
    much simplified.
  • Safety Oversight Use of short versions for
    compliant States to continue. Better link with
    ongoing compliance needed.
  • FABs Approach to be discussed with Commission.
  • FUA Section can be simplified. Link with
    performance scheme needs to be developed.

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2012 Template New Regulations
  • Regulation (EU) No 677/2011 - Rules for the
    Implementation of ATM Network Functions (not new
    but not covered last year)
  • Regulation (EU) No 1206/2011 - Requirements on
    Aircraft Identification for Surveillance (ACID)
  • Regulation (EU) No 1207/2011 - Requirements for
    the Performance and Interoperability of
    Surveillance (SPI)

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2012 Template EC and EASAs priorities
  • TBD

81
2012 Template Non-EU, Non-ECAA States
  • Coverage does not change (ESARRs and FUA
    implementation).
  • Simplifications implemented for EU States (e.g.
    safety oversight, FUA) will be replicated.

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ESSIP Plan 2012 significant changes (New
Objectives, significant changes of the existing
ones, etc)
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Outline
  • Development context
  • What has changed
  • Facts and figures
  • More details
  • Questions

84
ESSIP Plan Edition 2012- Part of WPC.2
  • EUROCONTROL does not develop any more ESSIP
    objectives in isolation.
  • The ESSIP plan is an official deliverable of
    SESAR JU
  • EUROCONTROL is Task Leader within WP C.02
  • 7 contributors (AIRBUS, ALENIA, DFS, ENAV, NATS,
    SEAC, THALES)
  • 1 reviewer (INDRA)
  • WPC.02 (Deployment/Performance planning and
    reporting) Partners provide
  • Input in developing Outline descriptions
  • Feed-back in developing an ESSIP objective
  • Feed-back in drafting an ESSIP Plan Document
  • Review of ESSIP Plan Document

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Significant changes (1/2)
  • Modified objectives - 28
  • Changed references to OI Steps
  • Dates aligned with OI Steps
  • Change of scope, to align with SESAR
  • Change of geographical scope (ex-SRC objectives)
  • Changes triggered by the Action list (18
    -changes to the applicability area for the
    airport ESSIP Objectives, 26 - the new Master
    Plan category of "essential" OI Steps)
  • New objectives - 2
  • Closed objectives - 2
  • Removed objectives - 3
  • Listed in Annex A to the ESSIP Plan Edition 2012

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Significant changes (2/2)
  • In cooperation with SESAR JU WP C02
  • Reviewed by the relevant EUROCONTROL Teams
  • Approved by AAB and SJU WPC
  • Endorsed by the PC.

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Modified objectives (1/5)
  • AOM13.1 (Harmonize OAT and GAT handling)
  • FOC aligned with OI step AOM-0301 (2015 ? 2018)
  • SLoA MIL 03 05 removed following the Eur ATM MP
    Update campaign
  • AOM19 (Implement Advanced Airspace Management)
  • Removed wrong reference to OI step DCB-0204
  • AOM20 (Implement ARN 7))
  • Removed references to OI Steps AOM-0203,
    DCB-0204, SDM-0103
  • AOP01.2 (Implement airside capacity enhancement
    method)
  • FOC aligned with OI step AUO-0701 (2011 ? 2013)
  • More explicit links with OI Steps
  • AOP03 (Improve runway safety by preventing runway
    incursions)
  • Link to OI Step AO-0103 removed

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Modified objectives (2/5)
  • AOP04.1 (Implement A-SMGCS Level 1)
  • FOC aligned with OI step AO-0201 (2010 ? 2011)
  • AOP04.2 (Implement A-SMGCS Level 2)
  • FOC aligned with OI step AO-0102 (2013 ? 2017)
  • AOP05 (Implement A-CDM)
  • FOC aligned with OI steps AO-0601, AO-602a/b,
    AO-0603, DCB-0302 (2013 ? 2016)
  • AOP08 (Implement Airport Airside Capacity
    Planning Method)
  • FOC aligned with OI step DCB-0201 (2011 ? 2015)
  • ATC02.5, 02.6, 02.7 (Implement APW, MSAW, APM
    Level 2)
  • Scope changed to SESAR/ECAC (deployment
    according to local needs)
  • FOC changed (2013 ? 2016)
  • Removed the references to the EUROCONTROL draft
    Specifications from the objectives description
    (but left as Supporting Material!)

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Modified objectives (3/5)
  • ATC07.1 (Implement AMAN tools)
  • Scope changed to SESAR/ECAC (at selected
    Airports and TMAs)
  • FOC aligned with OI step TS-0102 (2010 ? 2015)
  • ATC12 (Implement automated support for conflict
    detection and conformance monitoring)
  • FOC aligned with OI step TS-0203 (2015 ? 2016)
  • ATC15 (Implement, in En-route, information
    exchange mechanisms, tools and procedures in
    support of Basic AMAN operations)
  • FOC aligned with OI step TS-0305 (01/2017 ?
    12/2017)
  • ATC16 (Implement ACAS II compliant with TCAS II
    change 7.1)
  • FOC aligned with EU Regulation 1332/2011 on
    common airspace usage requirements and operating
    procedures for airborne collision avoidance
    (01/2015 ? 12/2015)
  • COM09 (Migrate from X 25 to IP)
  • FOC aligned with EU Regulation 283/2011 amending
    the FMTP Regulation (EC) No 633/2007 as regards
    the transitional arrangements (2011 ? 2014)
  • ENV02 (Implement Collaborative Environmental
    Management at Airports)
  • Included link with OI step AO-0705 and 2 SLoAs to
    reflect this link
  • FOC aligned with OI step AO-0705 (2013 ? 2015)

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Modified objectives (4/5)
  • FCM03 (Implement collaborative flight planning)
  • FOC aligned with OI step IS-0102 (2010 ? 2012)
  • INF04 (Implement integrated briefing)
  • FOC aligned with OI step IS-0201 (2007 ? 2012)
  • SLoA INF04 ASP01 revised
  • ITY-ADQ (Ensure quality of aeronautical data and
    aeronautical information)
  • Removed reference to OI Step IS-0203
  • NAV03 (Implementation of P-RNAV)
  • Scope changed to SESAR/ECAC
  • Removed reference to OI Step AOM-0602
  • FOC aligned with OI step AOM-0601 (2010 ? 2012)
  • NAV10 (Implement Approach Procedures with
    Vertical Guidance - APV)
  • Removed wrong reference to OI step AOM-0603

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Modified objectives (5/5)
  • SRC-AUDI, -CHNG, -OVCA, -RLMK, -SLRD
  • Overtaken by events
  • Within the scope of Regulation (EU) 1034/2011 on
    safety oversight in air traffic management and
    air navigation services and amending Regulation
    (EU) No 691/2010
  • For EU States, local planning and compliance
    reporting included in the generic EU reporting
    mechanisms
  • Scope changed to Multi National to allow the
    reporting by the non-EU States

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New objectives (1/2)
  • ATC17 (Electronic Dialogue as Automated
    Assistance to Controller during Coordination and
    transfer)
  • Linked to the OI step CM-0201 Automated
    Assistance to Controller for Seamless
    Coordination, Transfer and Dialogue
  • Complements the ITY-COTR Objective
  • Includes the voluntary processes defined in
    Regulation (EC) 1032/2006 laying down
    requirements for automatic systems for the
    exchange of flight data for the purpose of
    notification, coordination and transfer of
    flights between air traffic control units
  • Based on the EUROCONTROL OLDI Specification (v.
    4.2)
  • Implementation based on local needs, local
    business cases and bilateral agreements
  • List of OLDI messages to be chosen from, included
    in the objective description

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New objectives (2/2)
  • ITY-SPI (Surveillance performance and
    interoperability)
  • Derived from Regulation (EU) 1207/2011 laying
    down requirements for the performance and the
    interoperability of surveillance for the single
    European sky
  • But NOT all the regulatory requirements
    transposed in SLoAs
  • Focussed on implementation actions by ANSPs and
    Airspace Users
  • Compliance information to be complemented in the
    SES Annual Report
  • Choice of the technology left at the level of
    ANSP
  • Potential evolution of ITY-SPI once the technical
    choice will be made by the ANSPs

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Closed objectives
  • COM06 (Migration to ATS-Qsig digital signalling
    for ground telephone applications) and ITY-AGVCS
    (Air-Ground voice channel spacing above FL 195)
  • Closed as achieved
  • At least 80 of the SLoAs have been finalised by
    80 of Stakeholders
  • But an ITY-AGVCS 2 may be expected in the near
    future (deployment of 8.33 kHz below FL 195)

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Removed objectives
  • SUR02, 04, 05
  • Original objectives, including timescales,
    overtaken by publication of Regulations (EU)
    1206/2011 (ACID IR) and 1207/2011 (SPI IR)
  • Implementation progress remains modest, with only
    one third of States having fully completed the
    actions required. A number of Administrations
    already aligned their National Plans to the
    Regulations
  • Partially covered by ITY-SPI
  • Potential evolution towards an extension of
    ITY-SPI

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LSSIP Guidance Material Changes
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Why changes were needed?
  • All identified issues of the Actions List are
    being reviewed and will be updated in the Guide
    to LSSIP Production.
  • Specific update to the definition of
    implementation progress Guidance

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Implementation Progress definition - Why changes
were needed?
  • Need for more coherence consistency throughout
    the document
  • Increased pressure on LSSIP to reliably reflect
    the progress on implementation of ESSIP
    objectives as more and more LSSIP information is
    used as an input to the SESAR work and IDSG
  • Need to establish a common playing field for all
    states/stakeholders in monitoring and reporting
    progress of the ESSIP objectives and hence have a
    reliable indicator of the level of adherence of
    states plans to ESSIP objectives (ESSIP 2011)
  • Avoid marginalisation of any specific
    stakeholders within a state for any Objectives.

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Implementation Progress definition - What are the
major changes?
  • Elimination of the term low key stakeholder in
    the assessment of the objectives progress. Hence
    consider all stakeholders equally important in
    assessing the progress of the objective at
    overall state level
  • Only exception in case where the objective is
    Not applicable to a stakeholder - hence not
    considered in the assessment of the objectives
    progress
  • Better definition of Partially Completed (PC)
    SLoAs progress by the determination of the exact
    phase of implementation when the SLoA should be
    considered as PC
  • Two significant changes related to the Not
    Applicable implementation progress definition.

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Implementation Progress definition - When should
an SLoA be PC?
  • Hardware/Software is in operation but still in
    test mode waiting to be certified by appropriate
    authority
  • Any documentation released as a Proposed Issue
    and waiting for approval by appropriate
    authority
  • Training has been conducted by the relevant
    personnel but still waiting to be formally
    certified/licensed by appropriate authorities as
    necessary
  • National legislation/regulation/directive/mandate
    developed/modified and finalised but still to be
    formally approved/endorsed/promulgated by
    appropriate authorities

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Implementation Progress definition - When should
an objective/SLoA be N/A?
  • State/Stakeholder is not part of ESSIP
    Applicability Area
  • Stakeholder does not provide the required service
    i.e. number of SLoAs related to the Military or
    MUAC
  • Stakeholder has reviewed the SLoA and there is no
    intention to implement it because it is not
    justified particularly in terms of the ratio
    cost/benefit or there are national/local
    restrictions in terms of environment, legislation
    which prevent the Stakeholder to implement it
  • Stakeholder is implementing alternative solution
    (e.g. not following proposed EUROCONTROL
    guidelines) to the one described in the SLoA.

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LSSIP Tools
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LSSIP Database
  • No changes in the functionalities or layout but
    the DB has been moved to a more powerful server
    and it is quite faster than before
  • New rules for errors and warnings will be
    integrated.

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LSSIP MapTool (I)
This Tool allows you to view the implementation
progress for all ESSIP Objectives and SLoAs, at
the level of State/Airport, Stakeholder and
SLoAs, on a map.
  • New layout
  • New functionalities
  • Thermometer integrated.

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LSSIP MapTool (II)
In one click, you have a global view of the
implementation status of an ESSIP objective.
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LSSIP MapTool (III)
Click on any State You get info for that State
(at the level of the map i.e. Objective/Stkh/SloA)
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LSSIP MapTool (IV)
Click on Raw Data
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LSSIP MapTool (V)
Click on Raw Data You get table with all States
info (at the level of the map i.e.
Objective/Stkh/SloA) exportable to Excel
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LSSIP MapTool (VI)
Click on Thermometer
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LSSIP MapTool (VII)
Click on Thermometer You get a pie chart and
statistical graphs that show evolution in or
absolute figures
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LSSIP Kick off Event 11-12 Sep 2012
Wrap-up of day 1, preparation of day 2
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  • Conclusions day 1
  • Good networking
  • Good presentations few questions
  • Good attendance 36 States 70 repr
  • Good start for tomorrow
  • Quality .
  • But also timeliness

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Schedule (I)
Deadline
Start Kick-Off Event 11/12 Sep 2012
Re-Start (if needed) On-site kick-off meetings (Up to) 15 Oct 2012
Part - State Context Final 31 Dec 2012
Part - Implementation of ESSIP Objectives (Database) Part - Implementation of ESSIP Objectives (Database) Part - Implementation of ESSIP Objectives (Database)
In-cycle review by EIPR experts (before WLA) Not later than 10 Feb 2013
Final (Database closed) 28 Feb 2013
Part - Traffic and ATM Performance Part - Traffic and ATM Performance Part - Traffic and ATM Performance
(Where required) On-site capacity visits Mid-November 2012 to Mid-January 2013
Cost-Efficiency Chapter available for distribution December 2012
Airport Chapter distributed to FPs End November 2012
All Chapters Final 28 Feb 2013
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Schedule (II)
Deadline
Part (EU States) Implementation of Legislation Part (EU States) Implementation of Legislation Part (EU States) Implementation of Legislation Part (EU States) Implementation of Legislation
Template ready and strawman distribution Template ready and strawman distribution Depending on EC decision
Final Final 31 Jan 2013
Part (non-EU States) - Implementation of Eurocontrol Regulatory Requirements Specifications Part (non-EU States) - Implementation of Eurocontrol Regulatory Requirements Specifications Part (non-EU States) - Implementation of Eurocontrol Regulatory Requirements Specifications Part (non-EU States) - Implementation of Eurocontrol Regulatory Requirements Specifications
Template ready and strawman distribution Template ready and strawman distribution In line with EU States
Final Final 28 Feb 2013
All Parts but Legislation Part Template ready and strawman distribution Final after all final actions and checks Template ready and strawman distribution Final after all final actions and checks 21 Sep 2012 28 Feb 2013
Signature Part (EU States) Implementation of Legislation All Remaining Parts Part (EU States) Implementation of Legislation All Remaining Parts 31 Jan 2013 31 Mar 2013
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  • Practicalities day 2
  • Meet with your CP - when
  • Meet with your CP - where

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