Aerodrome Operations

Aerodrome Operations

The concepts of Aerodrome Operations and Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) include inter alia the sharing of information between stakeholders and predefines the rules and procedures for everything related to the airport domain, its surroundings, and of course the collaboration between the different actors operating at the aerodrome.

 

A-CDM, more specifically, is a process that allows airport operators, aircraft operators, air traffic controllers, ground handling agents, pilots and air traffic flow managers to exchange operational information and work together to efficiently manage operations at airports and, where applicable, en route operations and planning. (ICAO, 2018)

 

Aerodrome operations and A-CDM aim at optimizing the use of all airport resources, reduce arrival and departure delays, and improve predictability during regular and irregular operations. The main objective is to generate a common situational awareness that will foster improved decision-making.

What falls under Aerodrome Operations?

According to the Aerodrome Design and Operations Panel (ADOP), the following areas of expertise are an integral part of Aerodrome Operations (ICAO, 2020):

  • Planning and design
  • System capacity enhancement
  • Certification
  • Visual aids for navigation
  • Operations and services
  • Emergency response planning (ERP)
  • Heliports

In addition, Aerodrome Operations also involve close coordination with the following domains:

  • Air traffic management
  • Aircraft operations
  • Aeronautical information management

The Aerodrome Operations domain also covers these specific topics:

  • Global reporting format for runway surface condition reporting for aircraft operations on contaminated runways
  • Installation of arresting system to address operational issues and criteria for design specification
  • Airport collaborative decision making (A-CDM)
  • Industry best practices
  • Procedures on airport operational management activities
  • Airport emergency response including rescue and fire fighting
  • Advanced surface movement guidance and control systems (A-SMGCS)
  • Final approach and take-off area characteristics for heliports
  • Obstacle limitation surfaces

For more information, visit one of the following WIKIFATCA pages:

Aerodrome Operations 135

  1. ADME 2.0 Definitions relating to Converging Runway Operations (CROPS) and Land And Hold Short Operations (LAHSO)
  2. ADME 2.1 CONVERGING RUNWAY OPERATIONS (CROPS)
  3. ADME 2.10 NEW TECHNOLOGY APPROACH & LANDING AIDS
  4. ADME 2.11 THE APPLICATION OF COCKPIT DISPLAY OF TRAFFIC INFORMATION (CDTI) IN ADVANCED SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE SYSTEM (A-SMGCS) OPERATIONS
  5. ADME 2.12 RED STOP BAR CROSSING PROCEDURES
  6. ADME 2.13 NUMBERING OF AIRCRAFT IN THE AERODROME TRAFFIC CIRCUIT
  7. ADME 2.14 AUTONOMOUS RUNWAY INCURSION WARNING SYSTEM (ARIWS)
  8. ADME 2.15 REMOTE AND VIRTUAL TOWER
  9. ADME 2.16 CONDITIONAL CLEARANCES TO RESCUE AND FIREFIGHTING VEHICLES
  10. ADME 2.2 LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS (LAHSO)
  11. ADME 2.3 VISUAL OBSERVATION & NEW AERODROME CONTROL TOWER CONCEPTS
  12. ADME 2.4 SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE & CONTROL SYSTEMS
  13. ADME 2.5 PROVISION OF ATS AT AERODROMES
  14. ADME 2.6 RESPONSIBILITY AND FUNCTIONS OF AERODROME CONTROLLERS WITH REGARD TO SURFACE MOVEMENT
  15. ADME 2.7 THE INTERFACE BETWEEN ATC AND AFIS
  16. ADME 2.8 ADVANCED APPROACH PROCEDURES
  17. ADME 2.9 REQUIRED NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE (RNP) FOR APPROACH AND LANDING
  18. Advanced-Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems
  19. Aerodrome – Land and Hold Short Operations
  20. Aerodrome – Review ICAO Manual on the Prevention of Runway Incursions
  21. Aerodrome – Review Policy on Provision of ATS at Aerodromes
  22. Aerodrome – Categorization of Approach Types
  23. Aerodrome – Converging Runway Operations
  24. Aerodrome – Describe the Operational Use of Stop Bars and Produce ICAO Amendment Proposal
  25. Aerodrome – Review Provisional Policy on Future ATM Concepts for the Provision of Aerodrome Control Service
  26. Aerodrome – Study Runway Status Lights
  27. Aerodrome Radar Control Rating
  28. AFIS (Airfield Information Service)
  29. Air Traffic Management for Tiltrotors
  30. Airport CDM (A-CDM)
  31. Airport Infrastructure Development
  32. Airspace Design and Procedures Controller Involvement
  33. ANSP Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
  34. Apron Management Services Provided by ATCOs
  35. ARIWS – Autonomous Runway Incursion Warning Systems
  36. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in ATC
  37. ATS 3.18 CONTROLLER TOOLS
  38. ATS 3.26 MISSED APPROACH PROCEDURES FOR VISUAL APPROACHES
  39. ATS 3.31 SID AND STAR NAMING
  40. ATS 3.35 DYNAMIC SLOT TRADING PROCESS
  41. ATS 3.36 RECATEGORIZATION OF AIRCRAFT FOR WAKE TURBULENCE
  42. ATS 3.37 RELAY OF FLIGHT INFORMATION FROM AIR TRAFFIC SERVICE TO AIRCRAFT
  43. ATS 3.41 SERVICE PRIORITY
  44. Autoland Communication Between Pilots and Controllers in Good Weather Conditions
  45. Blended Airspace
  46. Civilian and Military Integration in the Same Workspace
  47. Clearances vs Instructions
  48. Collaborative Decision Making
  49. Conditional Clearances
  50. Conditional Clearances to Rescue and Firefighting Vehicles
  51. Defining the Terms “Strategic” and “Tactical ” in the Air Traffic Control Context
  52. Description of A ‘Multi-Lateration’ Airport Ground System
  53. Development of Guidelines to Determine the Necessity for Air Traffic Control At Aerodromes
  54. Developments in the use of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) as an Approach Aid
  55. Environmental Issues in ATM
  56. Flight Information Service
  57. Helicopter Operations – ATC Aspects
  58. Helicopter Operations (ATC Aspects)
  59. Helicopter Operations (ATC Aspects)
  60. Integration of Fixed Wing and Rotary Wing Flights At Airfields
  61. Introduction to GNSS Landing Systems
  62. Investigate ADS-B Applications – Incorporation in A-SMGCS
  63. Investigate Remote Aerodrome Control Concepts
  64. Investigate Runway Incursions
  65. Investigate the Professional Aspects of the Difference between Intrinsic and Tactical Safety in the Aerodrome Domain
  66. Investigate the Use and Impact of “Electronic Means Complementing Visual Observation in Tower Control” on the ATCO
  67. Investigate the Use of Cockpit Display of Traffic Information (CDTI) with Enhanced Surface Movement Guidance Control Systems (SMGCS)
  68. List of Relevant ICAO Documents
  69. LM 11.1.3 LIABILITY RELATED TO AERODROME CONTROLLERS
  70. LM 11.5 UNSAFE AIRSPACE/AERODROME
  71. MLS Operational Procedures
  72. Moving to a New Facility
  73. New ICAO Phraseology on Taxi Instructions
  74. Operating in Unsafe Airspace
  75. Position Paper on Remotely Operated Towers
  76. Radar Monitoring Procedures in TMAs
  77. Radio Mandatory Zones / Transponder Mandatory Zones
  78. Rating for ROT
  79. Relations between pilot’s final authority and TWR’s responsibilities in conditions of poor or impaired visibility
  80. Relay of Flight Information from Air Traffic Service to Aircraft
  81. Remote Control Towers
  82. Report of Visual Approach Procedures
  83. Responsibilities & Functions of Aerodrome Controllers with Regard to Surface Movement
  84. Responsibilities and Functions of Aerodrome Control with Regard to Surface Movements (Legal Aspects)
  85. Responsibilities and Functions of Aerodrome Controller with regard to Surface Movements – Legal Aspects
  86. Review Existing Policy and Develop Further Policy on Simultaneous IFR Operations on Intersecting / Converging Runways
  87. Review Issues in the Application of Cockpit Display of Traffic Information (CDTI) in Advanced Surface Movement Guidance System (A-SMGCS) Operations
  88. Review of IFATCA Policy Concerning Helicopter Operations
  89. Review of LM (Legal Matters) – Professional Policy of the TPM
  90. Review of Policy on MLS
  91. Review of Policy on Surface Movement Radar
  92. Review Policy on CCTV
  93. Review policy on Surface Guidance Movement and Control Systems
  94. Review Policy on Visual Observation in a Control Tower Environment
  95. Review Policy on Visual Observation, Aerodrome Control Service Concepts and CCTV
  96. Review Provisional Policy on Missed Approach after Visual Approach
  97. Revision of Advanced Approach Policy
  98. RNP for Approach and Landing
  99. RNP for Approach and Landing
  100. SEP 7.8 VISUAL SEPARATION ON APPROACH
  101. Separation Between Departing and Arriving Aircraft – Cut-off Point (CoP)
  102. Simultaneous Operations on Intersecting Runways
  103. Simultaneous Operations on Intersecting Runways
  104. Standard Application of Units of Measure in Civil Aviation
  105. Study Air Traffic Flow Management
  106. Study Civil/Military Cooperation
  107. Study Controlled Time of Arrival Concept
  108. Study Go Around Procedures When on Visual Approach
  109. Study Land and Hold Short Operations
  110. Study Numbering of Aircraft in the Aerodrome Traffic Circuit
  111. Study of User Driven Prioritisation Process (UDPP)
  112. Study Operations in a Paper Stripless Environment
  113. Study Recategorization of Aircraft for Wake Turbulence
  114. Study Remote Towers Concept
  115. Study Remote/Virtual TWR from the Professional, Procedural and HF View
  116. Study SID and STAR Naming and Relevant FMS Design
  117. Study the Concept of Block Upgrades
  118. Study the ICAO Manual on the Prevention of Runway Incursions
  119. Study the Virtual Tower Concept
  120. Study Visual Separation on Approach
  121. Surface Movement Guidance Control Systems (SMGCS)
  122. Surveillance – Investigate (Wide Area) Multilateration
  123. Surveillance Applications Policy – Applications of Radar Monitoring
  124. The Development of MLS Continues
  125. The Development of the Microwave Landing System ( MLS)
  126. The Provision of Surveillance Approach and Aerodrome Control Services as Combined Function
  127. The Use of Aerodrome Control Frequency for Communications of Vehicle Drivers
  128. The Use of ATS Surveillance Data in the Provision of Non-Surveillance Services
  129. The Use of GNSS as a Runway Approach Aid
  130. Third Party Risk
  131. Third Party Risk – Legal Aspects
  132. Use of Datalink in A Microwave Landing System
  133. Virtual Centres – Review ATS 3.15 Functional Blocks of Airspace
  134. Vision for the Human in the Future ATM System
  135. WC 8.2.8 REGULATORY APPROVAL OF ATM SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT

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