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GANP: Choreographing departure, route and arrival

Coordinating a flight successfully means that aircraft, crews, passengers and cargo must all be in the right place at the right time. Doing that over 100 000 times daily is an intricate ballet of resources, processes and procedures. One miscommunication can have major repercussions. Can...

Managing departures beyond airports

In this second article on airspace capacity management in growing aviation markets, we look at the advanced technique the aviation industry uses to manage departure demand. When there is too little airspace available on busy routes and adding flight paths is not an option, a...

Understanding all sides of airspace capacity

Building new airports and adding runways to meet capacity demands in strong growth markets, such as Australia, enables more aircraft operations. Unfortunately, with that also comes more constraint points. Understanding the nature of this new demand on the system is the first step in developing...