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NAV CANADA ADS‐B Update ATAC

November 2009


Overview • Current implementation status p – Operational status in Hudson Bay – Oceanic ADS‐B status Oceanic ADS‐B status – Future deployments

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Hudson Bay Update


Hudson Bay coverage area

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Hudson Bay ATC Sectors

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AIC 21/09 – Issued Sept 24 Highlights • Priority handling now – assignment of flight  planned route;  – assignment of flight  assignment of flight planned cruise altitude;  – assignment of flight  planned Mach number;  l dM h b and  – approval of requests for en  route dynamic rerouting. 

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After 18 November 2010 Air Traffic Flow Management Hudson and Minto Sector FL350 to FL400 Hudson and Minto Sector FL350 to FL400  • Aircraft that are not ADS‐B‐eligible and flight plan to  transit the airspace should expect route, altitude, or transit the airspace should expect route, altitude, or  speed restrictions  • Restrictions could result in the requirement to fly  above, below, or around the lateral and vertical  dimensions of the defined airspace • Flights that are not ADS‐B‐eligible operating into this  Flights that are not ADS B eligible operating into this area should dispatch with sufficient contingency fuel  for potential reroutes around the flow‐managed  p g airspace 7


2012 and beyond Air Traffic Flow  Management • Consideration for  expansion of ATFM area expansion of ATFM area  to encompass coverage  volume based on – Customer consultation – Percentages of equipped  and certified aircraft and certified aircraft – Requirements for airspace  capacity to meet  customers’ requests for customers’ requests for  preferred trajectories

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Current aircraft approval status • Over 400 aircraft across 12 airlines approved  pp today for ADS‐B Hudson Bay • 177 aircraft waiting for CAA approval or  g pp Transport Canada Ops Spec application • 150 + aircraft currently being upgraded for  y g pg ADS‐B Hudson Bay compliance

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Percentage traffic mix of eligible airframes of eligible airframes

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Oceanic O i Update


Oceanic coverage area

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Northeast Coast/Greenland ADS-B

2010

Annual Savings ~10M litres of fuel ~ 27K tonnes CO2


Program status • • • • • • •

Equipment installation ongoing (ADS‐B and  q p g g( PALs) Completion of almost all equipment  p q p installation by end 2009 ADS‐B service provision dates linked to  p software upgrades in ATM systems Northern domestic ADS‐B in Feb 2010 Oceanic ADS‐B in November 2010 Anticipate a 40% equipage rate to start Anticipate a 40% equipage rate to start Need for an Ops Spec amendment 14


Beyond Hudson Bay  and Oceanic 


Potential East Coast Expansion ADS-B


Potential NW Arctic ADS-B


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Summary • NAV NAV CANADA strategy is to provide immediate  CANADA strategy is to provide immediate benefits to operators with ADS‐B Out avionics  p and provide a business case incentive for those  not yet equipped – – – –

Hudson Bay ‐ 2009 Northeastern Canada – early 2010 Oceanic (Greenland) – late 2010 Further expansion based on business case

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ADS‐B timelines

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