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Best Planned, Best Served

EUROCONTROL and many of the European airports that utilise Airport CDM have adopted the concept of ‘Best Planned, Best Served’ in their operational procedures for the airlines. The aim is to boost adherence to procedures and targets, yet few airports actively monitor and steer on...

TO70 ARTICLE FOR ACI WORLD BLOG, WRITTEN BY DESLEY KEMPER

An airport’s DNA: Developing a vision, internal storyline, and service concepts for the optimal passenger experience Original publication by ACI World: https://blog.aci.aero/an-airports-dna-developing-a-vision-internal-storyline-and-service-concepts-for-the-optimal-passenger-experience/ Passengers in charge of their own journey Technological advancements to improve the passenger experience at airports are often focused on creating a more personalized passenger journey. Airports...

Successful A-CDM training in Manchester Airport

22-24 October 2019, To70 instructors conducted three days of successful training on Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) in Manchester Airport, in assignment of Manchester Airports Group (MAG). The trainings, conducted by Senior A-CDM Experts Eugène Tuinstra and Frank Sonsma, aim to prepare Manchester’s partners for...

Successful A-CDM training in London Stansted Airport

Early October 2019, To70 instructors conducted three days of successful training on Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) in Stansted Airport, in assignment of Manchester Airports Group (MAG). The trainings, conducted by Senior A-CDM Experts Eugène Tuinstra and Kris de Bolle, aim to prepare Stansted’s operational...

Improving TOBT predictability using actual ready time

Many major European airports have been improving their operational efficiency by implementing Airport CDM information sharing. Some, however, have opted out of a few of the recommended milestones in order to shortcut the implementation process. Not implementing actual event milestones means the airport misses out...

Successful A-CDM trainings in Bangkok

In June and September 2018 To70 instructors conducted two successful Airport CDM trainings in Bangkok Thailand. The trainings aim to prepare Thai Airport partners for implementation in the coming years. The first training in June 2018 at Suvarnabhumi International Airport aimed to provide general information on...

Key to A-CDM integration: Airport predictability performance

Shared information regarding flight schedules, status and progress is an essential basis for efficient use of available airspace capacity and airport infrastructure. The success of any networked system depends, of course, on the reliability of the information being shared. Airport CDM can only be effective...

Implementing A-CDM: More than just technology

Airport CDM (A-CDM) can improve the overall efficiency of airport operations, but if the scope of the implementation is too narrow and focused only on technology, its benefits can fall flat. To get the much-needed support from everyone involved in the process, it is crucial...

Airport CDM benefits are clear, global implementation progress remains slow.

Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) delivers significant benefits to European airports and the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) network. Recently Eurocontrol presented an improvement of take-off accuracy, which is the main driver for network benefits. Predicted 2015 ECAC network impact caused by Airport CDM implementations The Network...