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National and International Aviation Systems (Classroom, 5 days)


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Understand the collaborative approach to aviation system modernization described in the ICAO Global Air Navigation Plan (Doc. 9750) and relate it to your national aviation system

Available as: Classroom & In-Company course
Duration: 5 days (40 hours)
Recommended level: Professional and Management
Prerequisites: None

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What you will learn

Upon completing this course you will be able to:

  • Be knowledgeable about the collaborative approach to Aviation System modernization agreed in the ICAO Global Air Navigation Plan (Doc. 9750) 
  • Describe the advantages of the Aviation System Block Upgrades (ASBU) methodology: elements; advantages; risk mitigation.
  • Have a comprehensive view of the ICAO Global Air Traffic Management Operational Concept (Doc. 9854) and its benefits
  • Be able to understand how your National Aviation System fits into the regional and international picture as States work to harmonize Air Traffic Management

Course content

Charting the future  - the background to the development of Aviation System Block Upgrades (ASBU) 

ICAO Global Air Traffic Management Operational Concept (Doc. 9854)

ICAO Global Air Navigation Plan (Doc. 9750) and Global Plan Initiatives 

Issues to be addressed in the global harmonization of Air Navigation Services

Introduction to ICAO Aviation System Block Upgrades and stakeholder roles and responsibilities

ASBU Block 0, 1, 2 and 3 PIAs and Modules

Overview of the components of the ICAO Performance-based Navigation (PBN) concept

Conventional and Area Navigation: ATS route component; ARINC leg types; Area navigation turns; Fly-by and Fly-over;   TO-TO navigation;  Waypoint sequencing; and TO-FROM navigation.

History of APV approaches; new precision approaches that provide vertical guidance

Guidance for Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs), States, vendors and funding organizations on international airline infrastructure requirements for air traffic services between now and the 2020 timeframe

The role of CNS/ATM elements in the transition to a performance-based Air Navigation System

Increasing dependence on communication and surveillance capabilities and performances: why RCP and RSP are important; meeting SMS obligations for safety of air traffic management operations dependent on communication and surveillance capacilities

For Civil-Military co-operation, an overview of ICAO Circular 330 Civil Military Cooperation in Air Traffic Management

Understanding Continuous Descent Operations (CDO) proceduresand profiles

Guidance on Continuous Climb Operations (CCO) to harmonize their development and implementation

Status of global aviation environmental issues and activities 

Emerging technologies and ATM

Overview of the PPlane Project: the Joint EU – US Workshop on Small Aircraft and Personal Planes Systems  

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About IATA Classroom Training
We train more than 10,000 aviation professionals annually through our global network of IATA Training Centers, Regional Training Partners, and in private in-company sessions. Our 200+ classroom courses are developed using IATA’s unique industry insight and delivered by IATA Registered Instructors, experts in their fields. More

Further training
Graduates of this course can apply for the Harvard ManageMentor (HMM) distance learning program at a special graduate price.

Improve your language skills through our joint programs with Rosetta Stone®, Berlitz® and other specialized language programs. More

Who should attend

This course is recommended for:

  • Pilots
  • Air Traffic Control Officers (ATCO) and management working for Air Navigation Service Providers
  • Personnel from Civil Aviation Authorities and Regulators

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