Prospective Airborne Applications

ITP (In-Trail Procedure)

The use of ITP with ADS-B enables aircraft to climb or descend through of the other aircraft flight level where separation standards can not be executed in the using airspace. ITP enables the aircraft to keep the optimal fuel consumption flight levels in oceanic airspace with minimum delays. Without the possibility of using this procedure for a long time aircraft will use  non-optimal fuel consumption flight echelons


FIM (Flight-Deck Interval Management)

It is a system which enables to use perspective ATM and aircraft separation methods including ground systems

The Ground system supports the controller in air traffic assessment and ATC clearance to air traffic flow combine and air traffic separation. This on-borne procedure enables the crew to support  IM (Interval Management) from the controller


ACM (Airborne Conflict Management)

ACM includes: Conflict Detection, Conflict Prevention and Conflict Resolution procedures. It is used in free route airspace where crew is responsible for the functions of separation

The ACM system changes due to complex factors. In 2025 using ACM will be mondatory according to regulatory requirements

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Reroute Procedure

This airborne procedure calculates a new route when airspace constraints are exist.   The new route runs along the existing airway sections


SURF Procedure

SURF offers solutions for maneures on the airfield and approaching for the crew according to ATC inctructions or in case the crew calculate their route on the airfield inefficiency. Other features SURF include decreasing workload of the controller and increasing navigation speed. Cockpit Display of Traffic Information (CDTI) provides information about the environment on the airfield

    • airfield map
    • aircraft position, heading angle, surrounding aircraft  call sign
    • ground vehicles position
    • aircraft route


ASIA (Approach Spacing for Instrument Approaches)

ASIA is an airborne ADS-B-based procedure used on the STAR (from exit point airway). This procedure provides longitudinal interval which depends on wake turbulence. ASIA decreases the workload of the controller by controlling separation