FABEC has set up a set of workshops, meetings and seminars to ensure that a good understanding of needs and requirements, but also limitations, can be achieved – both those of airspace users and of air navigation service providers. The main focus of these initiatives is on operational issues. A two-level approach has been established.
- Regular workshops and exchanges with the NM Airline Operations Group
- Topic-based workshops
On 10 December 2020 FABEC organised an expert workshop on Vertical Flight Efficiency (VFE). More than 100 participants, especially representatives of AOs, CFSPs and NM, attended the virtual meeting.
The objective of this meeting was to exchange views on how to improve VFE in the FABEC area and to discuss together with airlines and flight plan service providers what could be envisaged in the future. Please find below the invitation, the agenda and all presentations.
16 November 2020 NM met with the CFSPG (Computer Flight plan Service Providers Group). FABEC took the opportunity to inform them on the progress made and the planning of the FRA implementation within FABEC. During this two hours slot presentations were made by DFS, skyguide and DSNA. Please find below all presentations. It includes also a presentation on the general roadmap and the FABEC FRA implementation schedule.
On Wednesday 12 February 2020 FABEC organised an expert workshop on FRA. More than 40 participants, especially representatives of AOs, CFSPs and NM, attended the meeting held in Paris, CDG Airport. The workshop focussed in particular on the FRA implementation in France, Switzerland and Germany. Issues such as boundary points, management of flight plan level changes, FUA efficiency, and RAD were discussed in a lively manner. NM and the CM CFSPG contributed with their point of view. Please find below all presentations:
New dates will be published soon.
Beside the events at FABEC level, individual ANSPs are conducting local workshops and seminars addressing specific topics for interest for airspace users. Detailed information can be provided by the respective point of contact.