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Integrated management of airport surface and airspace constraints for departures: An operational sequence

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8 Author(s)
Alicia Borgman ; The Ohio State University, Columbus, USA ; Philip J. Smith ; Mark Evans ; Roger Beatty
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Herein we provide an operational sequence indentifying a set of future roles and responsibilities for Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP) and flight operator staff. It also identifies procedures and technologies necessary to support activities proposed withing future operational concepts for an Integrated Arrival/Departure Control Service, Dynamic Departure Routing, and airport surface management, with a focus on near- to mid-term (2015-2018) technical capabities. This operational sequence is then utilized to identify critical human factors considerations at an abstract level. The operational sequence is organized according to a timeline and the assumed context for the scenario. All times are reported in Zulu (Greenwich Mean) Time.

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IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine  (Volume:26 ,  Issue: 11 )