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Network Managernominated bythe European CommissionEUROCONTROLEuropean Route NetworkImprovement PlanPART 3Airspace Management HandbookGuidelines for Airspace ManagementEuropean Network Operations Plan 2017-2020/21Edition November 2017Approved by theNetwork Management Boardon 29 November 2017

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Airspace Management Guidelines - The ASM Handbook -European Route Network Improvement Plan(ERNIP)Part 3Airspace Management Guidelines-The ASM HandbookAirspace Management Handbook for the Applicationof the Concept of the Flexible Use of AirspaceEdition Number : 5.4Edition Date: 29/11/2017Status: Released IssueIntended for: General PublicEdition 5.4European Route Network Improvement Plan – Part 3 – ASM Handbook29 November 2017Page iii

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Airspace Management Guidelines - The ASM Handbook DOCUMENT CHARACTERISTICSTITLEEuropean Route Network Improvement PlanPart 3Airspace Management Guidelines - The ASM Handbook - AirspaceManagement Handbook for the Application of the Concept of the Flexible Useof AirspacePublications Reference:Document IdentifierEdition Number:5.4Edition Date: 29 November 2017AbstractThis document contains the European Route Network Improvement Plan – Part 3 – AirspaceManagement Guidelines - The ASM Handbook - Airspace Management Handbook for theApplication of the Concept of the Flexible Use of Airspace. It is in response to the COMMISSIONREGULATION (EU) No 677/2011 of 7 July 2011 (laying down the detailed rules for theimplementation of air traffic management (ATM) network functions and amending Regulation (EU)No 691/2010).It specifies the general Airspace Management (ASM) functions and Air Traffic Management (ATM)procedures needed to apply and fully exploit the Concept of the Flexible Use of Airspace.KeywordsNetwork ManagerCDRCBACivil/MilitaryFUAAirspace ROCONTROL NMD/NOM/OPL TeamContact PersonsTelDivisionRazvan BUCUROIU 32 2 729 36 48NMD / NSDCatalin LEPADATU 32 2 729 33 27NMD / NOM / OPLSTATUS, AUDIENCE AND ACCESSIBILITYStatusIntended forAccessible viaWorking Draft General Public Intranet Draft Operational Stakeholders Extranet Proposed Issue Restricted Audience Internet(www.eurocontrol.int) Released Issue Printed and electronic copies of the document can be obtained fromthe Publications InfocentreEdition 5.4European Route Network Improvement Plan – Part 3 – ASM Handbook29 November 2017Page v

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Airspace Management Guidelines - The ASM Handbook -DOCUMENT CHANGE RECORDThe following table records the complete history of the successive editions of and amendmentsto the present document.EditionNumberEditionDateReason for ChangePagesAffectedEdition 1.005/02/96Released Issue (Agreed at ANT/8 on 23/01/96)AllEdition 2.022/10/03Released Issue (Agreed at ANT/32 on 22/10/03)AllEdition 3.015/06/10Released Issue (Agreed at ANT/52 on 15/06/10)AllEdition 3.015/11/11Amendment 1 (approved by NETOPS Team on15/11/2011)AllEdition 4.019/04/12Released Issue (Agreed at NETOPS/3 on08/05/12)AllEdition 4.007/09/2012editorials, Annex 11AllEdition 4.024/10/2012Released Issue agreed at NETOPS/04 on24/10/12AllEdition 4.027/02/2013Released Issue agreed at NETOPS/05 on27/02/13pages 2-8,Edition 5.024/10/2013Released Issue agreed at NETOPS/07 on24/10/13AllEdition 5.028/11/2013Released Issue approved by NetworkManagement Board on 28 November 2013noneEdition 5.123/10/2014Released Issue agreed at NETOPS/09 on21/05/14 and NETOPS/10 on 23/10/14 andapproved by NMB on 21/11/14Chapter 4.5,4.8, 6.1, 7.2Annex 5, 627/11/2015Release Issue agreed at NETOPS/11 on25/02/15, NETOPS/12 on 27/05/15, NETOPS/13on 21/10/15 and approved by NMB on 15/12/15(approval by correspondence)Chapter 2.2,3.2, 3.3, 3.4,4.5, 4.7, 4.8,6.2.Edition 5.2Edition 5.4European Route Network Improvement Plan – Part 3 – ASM Handbook29 November 2017Page vii

Airspace Management Guidelines - The ASM Handbook Annex 4-8,10, 11Edition 5.3Edition 5.4Edition 5.417/11/201629/11/2017Release Issue agreed at NETOPS/14,NETOPS/15 and NETOPS/16 and approved byNMB/15 and NMB/17.Chapter 2.3,3.3, 3.6, 4.6,4.7, 4.8, 4.9.4.11, 6.1,6.2, Annex4,5,7,9,11,12Release Issue agreed at NETOPS/17,NETOPS/18 and NETOPS/19 and approved byNMB/19 and NMB/20.Chapter 2.36, 3.2-6,4.3-11, 6.1,6.2, Annex3,4,5,6,7,11,12European Route Network Improvement Plan – Part 3 – ASM Handbook29 November 2017Page viii

Airspace Management Guidelines - The ASM Handbook 3-33-43-53-6Edition 7-17-27-3BibliographyList of AnnexesAnnex 1Annex 2Annex 3Annex 4Annex 5Annex 6Annex 7Annex 8Annex 9Annex 10Annex 11Annex an Route Network Improvement Plan – Part 3 – ASM Handbook29 November 2017Page ix

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Airspace Management Guidelines - The ASM Handbook -TABLE OF CONTENTSPagesDOCUMENT CHARACTERISTICSvDOCUMENT CHANGE RECORDviiCHECKLISTixTABLE OF CONTENTSxiLIST OF ANNEXESxvABBREVIATIONSxviiEXPLANATION OF TERMSxxi1.1SECTION 1 - INTRODUCTION1.11.3Introduction to the HandbookPurposeStatusScopeRelationship with the EUROCONTROL FUA SpecificationApplicabilityConventionsBackgroundASM ObjectiveIntroduction of the FUA ConceptStructure of the Handbook111111222232.SECTION 2 - THE CONCEPT OF FLEXIBLE USE OF AIRSPACE5General IntroductionThe Basis of the FUA ConceptApplication of the FUA ConceptThe three ASM LevelsIntroductionASM LEVEL 1 - National and International Airspace PolicyASM LEVEL 2 - Day to Day Allocation of AirspaceASM LEVEL 3 - Real time Use of AirspaceFlexible Airspace Structures and ProceduresGeneralConditional RoutesTemporary Airspace Restriction and ReservationCross-Border AreasReduced/Prior Coordination Airspace ProceduresParticular Application of the FUA ConceptATS RoutesAirspace Restrictions - R, D, P AreasFree Route Operations AirspaceControlled AirspaceUncontrolled AirspaceTransition to the FUA ConceptATS/ASM/ATFCM .52.42.4.12.4.22.4.32.4.42.4.52.52.6Edition 5.4European Route Network Improvement Plan – Part 3 – ASM Handbook29 November 2017Page xi

Airspace Management Guidelines - The ASM Handbook 2.6.12.6.22.6.32.6.43.SECTION 3 - STRATEGIC AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT (ASM LEVEL FCM Relationship at Strategic Level - ASM Level 1ASM/ATFCM Relationship at Pre-Tactical Level - ASM Level 2ASM/ATFCM Relationship at Tactical Level - ASM Level 3GeneralNational Collaborative Airspace PlanningStrategic ObjectivesResponsibilitiesPrinciplesCollaborative Working OrganisationCommon Airspace Policy Formulation and Review ProcessCommon Airspace Change ProcessASM Level 1 Process for delineation of FRA OperationsDynamic Airspace ManagementInternational Collaborative Airspace PlanningGeneralAirspace ConfigurationsASM over the High SeasEarly Access to Weekend Routes ProcessOther Busy Periods ArrangementsCross Border / FIR/UIR Boundary OperationsATS Route Network and Other Airspace Structures DevelopmentNational and International Processes at ASM Level 1 for the Airspace Allocationat ASM Level 2The CDR Concept and the Temporary Airspace Allocation (TAA) ProcessFree Route Operations Airspace and the Temporary Airspace Allocation(TAA) ProcessEstablishment at ASM Level 1 of Priority Rules and Negotiation Processfor the Pre-Tactical Allocation of Airspace by AMCNational and International Processes at ASM Level 1 for the Airspace Useat ASM Level 3ASM SolutionsObjectivesScopeProcess DescriptionMethodologyMilestonesSECTION 4 – PRE-TACTICAL AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT (ASM LEVEL 7.3Edition 5.4GeneralAirspace Requests - Approved Agencies (AAs)CDR Requests - ACCs/FMPsRestricted/Danger Areas - Notification of Reduced ActivityAirspace Management Cells (AMCs) - Airspace AllocationGeneralResponsibilitiesLead AMC ConceptExtended Holidays Period and Special EventsInternational FunctionsNetwork Manager (NM)Aircraft Operators (AOs) FUA ResponsibilitiesNM Environment Data BaseEuropean Route Network Improvement Plan – Part 3 – ASM Handbook29 November 2017Page 5454546464646474748485151515254545455575758586063

Airspace Management Guidelines - The ASM Handbook 4.7.44.7.54.7.64.7.7Integrated Initial Flight Plan Processing System (IFPS)Aircraft Operator “What if” Re-Route (AOWIR) FunctionAirspace Data Repository (ADR)ASM Support ToolsASM Level 2 TimetableUp to 48 Hours In AdvanceThe Day before Operations (D-1)Release of Areas and or New Availability of CDRsRestricted Airspaces (RSA) Management in AUP/UUPUnplanned Activation of TSA/TRAUse of Tactical ManagementASM SolutionsFrom D-6 to D-2The Day before OperationsAirspace changes after AUPThe Day of OperationsTemporary and Contingency ProceduresFUA Temporary Instruction (FTI)Implementation ProcedureSubsequent TreatmentFields of ApplicationASM over the High Seas at ASM Level 2GeneralActivation of Danger Areas over the High SeasActivation of CDRs over the High SeasAlternative Method to Improve the Mechanism for the InternationalCo-ordinationAMC Related 38383SECTION 5 – TACTICAL AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT (ASM LEVEL .15.6.25.6.35.6.4Edition 5.4GeneralModes of Real time Civil/military CoordinationCoordination Procedures for ATS Routes and Airspace CrossingCoordination Procedures for Controlled Airspace or ATS Routes Crossingsby OATCoordination Procedures for Airspace Crossings or Off-Route Flying by GATSystem Support FunctionsGeneralAirspace Use Data FunctionBasic Flight Plan Information - Identification FunctionCurrent Flight Plan Information Function - Separate FunctionSilent Coordination Functionality - Airspace Crossing FunctionAirspace Crossing Intention Notification FunctionAirspace Crossing Dialogue FunctionCommon or Shared Use of AirspaceCommon Use of AirspaceShared Use of AirspaceAdditional ASM ProceduresGeneralControlled AirspaceOutside of Controlled AirspacePromulgation and NotificationEuropean Route Network Improvement Plan – Part 3 – ASM Handbook29 November 2017Page xiii8384858586868788888888888989899090909090919394

Airspace Management Guidelines - The ASM Handbook 6.SECTION 6 - PUBLICATION OF ASM INFORMATION6.16.26.2.16.2.26.2.37.AIP/NOTAM for ASM Level 1 DecisionSpecific ASM Messages for ASM Level 2 DecisionsAirspace Use Plan (AUP)Updated Airspace Use Plan (UUP)Electronic Airspace Management Information (eAMI)SECTION 7 - PERFORMANCE 7GeneralIntroductionFUA IndicatorsDefinitionsAcronymsFUA Use Rates (FUR)Rate of CDR Availability (RoCA)Rate of Airspace Availability (RoAA)Rate of Aircraft Interested (RAI)Rate of Actual Use of CDR or Reserved/ Restricted Airspace (RAU)Time Window Availability (TWAI)Flight Economy Indicators (FEI)GeneralPotential Flight Economy (PFE)Total Potential Flight Economy (TPFE)Flight Economy Realised (FER)Flight Economy Lost (FEL)Flight Economy Offered (FEO)Actual Flight Economy 0111112114114114115115116116117BIBLIOGRAPHY119LIST OF ANNEXES121Edition 5.4European Route Network Improvement Plan – Part 3 – ASM Handbook29 November 2017Page xiv

Airspace Management Guidelines - The ASM Handbook -LIST OF ANNEXESAnnex 1:General Overview and Process of the FUA Concept Handbook Cross-Reference TableAnnex 2:ATS Route Network Planning and Development ProcessAnnex 3:Common ATS/ASM/ATFCM TimetableAnnex 4:Airspace CharterAnnex 5:Description of the Airspace Use PlanAnnex 6:Description of the Updated Airspace Use PlanAnnex 7:Illustrative example of an AIP cover page for early access to weekend routes processAnnex 8:Model State Level Framework Agreement on the Cross-Border / FIR BoundaryOperationsAnnex 9:Template Letter of Agreement on Coordination Procedures between AirspaceManagement Cells (AMCs) in regard to Allocation and Shared Use of Common CrossBorder Areas (CBAs)Annex 10:Template Letter of Agreement on Coordination Procedures in regard to Cross-BorderOperations in Shared AMC-Manageable AreasAnnex 11:Template ASM-NM Agreement between State Airspace Management Cell and theEuropean Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation on Flexible Use of AirspaceCoordination and Contingency ProceduresAnnex 12:ASM System Support – Baseline Operational RequirementsEdition 5.4European Route Network Improvement Plan – Part 3 – ASM Handbook29 November 2017Page xv

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Airspace Management Guidelines - The ASM Handbook -ABBREVIATIONSAbbreviations for which an explanation is given in the ASM Handbook are marked with one asterisk *.5LNCFive Letter Name-Codes (for Designated Points)AAApproved Agency *Area Control Centre*Airspace Crossing Acceptance MessageAirspace Data RepositoryApproved Departure TimeAeronautical Fixed Telecommunications NetworkAir Traffic Flow Management Information MessageAeronautical Information Publication*Aeronautical Information Service*Aeronautical Information Exchange ModelAMC Manageable AreaAirspace Management Cell*ATM Message ExchangeATFCM Notification Message*Airspace & Navigation TeamAircraft Operator*Aircraft Operation Liaison OfficerAircraft Operator What if Re-routeing (NM Function)ATS Reporting Office*ATS Route NetworkAirspace Management*Airspace Management Sub-Group (Sub-Group of NET-OPS Team)Air Traffic Control*Air Traffic Flow and Capacity Management*Air Traffic Management (ATS ASM ATFCM)*Air Traffic Services*Air Traffic Services Unit*Aerodrome Traffic ZoneATC Unit AirspaceATC Unit Airspace GroupingAirspace Use Plan*Arial DRCEACCFDEdition 5.4Basic Flight Data MessageBusiness to BusinessBusiness to ClientCentral Airspace and Capacity Database (former ENV)ECAC Centralised Airspace Data Function*Changed Airspace RestrictionControlled AirspaceNM Computer Assisted Slot AllocationCross-Border Area*Airspace Crossing Coordination MessageConditional Route*NATO Committee for European Airspace CoordinationChange to Flight Data MessageEuropean Route Network Improvement Plan – Part 3 – ASM Handbook29 November 2017Page xvii

Airspace Management Guidelines - The ASM Handbook CFLCHMICIAMCIDINCleared Flight Level*Collaborative Human Machine Interface (CHMI) is a remote tool in use byNetwork Management clientsCollaboration Interface Airspace ManagementCommon ICAO Data Interchange NetworkCMUCPLCTACTRCSOControlling Military UnitCurrent Flight Plan*Control Area*Control Zone*Customer technical Service desk and OperationsDDAMDCTDESDOCDanger AreaDynamic Airspace ManagementDirect RouteingDe-Suspension MessageDocumentEANPGEAPMeAMIEAWECACENVEOBTEUR ANPICAO European Air Navigation Planning GroupECAC Airspace Planning ManualElectronic ASM InformationEarly Access to Weekend RoutesEuropean Civil Aviation ConferenceNM Environment Database (presently CACD)Estimated Off-Block TimeICAO European Air Navigation PlanFBZFPL Buffer ZoneFDODFIRFLSFMDFMPFMSFMUFPLFPPSFRAFTIFUAFlight Data Operations Division*Flight Information Region*Flight Suspension MessageFlow Management Division* (NM)Flow Management Position*Flight Management SystemFlow Management UnitFiled Flight Plan*Flight Plan Processing SystemFree Route Operations AirspaceFUA Temporary Instruction*Flexible Use of Airspace*GATGeneral Air Traffic*HXHLAPBNo specific working hoursNational High Level Airspace Policy BodyIATAIACAIAOPAICAOIFATCAIFPSIFRInternational Air Transport AssociationInternational Air Carriers AssociationInternational Council of Aircraft Owner and Pilot AssociationsInternational Civil Aviation OrganisationInternational Federation of Air Traffic Controllers’ AssociationsIntegrated Initial Flight Plan Processing System*Instrument Flight RulesEdition 5.4European Route Network Improvement Plan – Part 3 – ASM Handbook29 November 2017Page xviii

Airspace Management Guidelines - The ASM Handbook -LoALetter of AgreementMODMinistry of DefenceMinistry of TransportMOTNATONAMNASNETOPS h Atlantic Treaty OrganisationNon AMC-Manageable AreaNational Airspace SystemNetwork Operations TeamNetwork ManagerNetwork Manager DirectorateNetwork Management Cell (NM)Network Operations PortalNotice to Airmen*Operational Air Traffic*On-Line Data InterchangeOperations Division (NM)Prohibited AreaPerformance Based NavigationPrior Coordination Airspace*Pan-European Repository of Information Supporting MilitaryRADRCARDPSRJCRNAVRNDSGRRNRSARestricted AreaRoute Availability Document*Reduced Coordination Airspace*Radar Data Processing SystemAirspace Crossing Reject MessageArea Navigation*Route Network Development Sub-GroupRe-routeing Notification MessageRestricted AirspaceSAMSARSCCSIDSITASLCSRMSSRSTARSlot Allocation MessageSearch and RescueSingle CDR Category environmentStandard Instrument Departure*Société Internationale de Télécommunications AéronautiquesSlot Cancellation MessageSlot Revision MessageSecondary Surveillance RadarStandard Instrument Arrival*TAATemporary Airspace Allocation Process*NM Tactical SystemTerminal Control Area*Temporary Reserved Area*Temporary Segregated Area*TACTTMATRATSAUACUIREdition 5.4Upper Area Control CentreUpper Flight Information RegionEuropean Route Network Improvement Plan – Part 3 – ASM Handbook29 November 2017Page xix

Airspace Management Guidelines - The ASM Handbook UTCUUPCoordinated Universal TimeUpdated Airspace Use PlanVFRVMCVisual Flight RulesVisual Meteorological ConditionsWGSWorld Geodetic SurveyXAPAirspace Crossing Counter-Proposal MessageAirspace Crossing Cancellation MessageAirspace Crossing Intention Notification MessageAirspace Crossing Request MessageXCMXINXRQEdition 5.4European Route Network Improvement Plan – Part 3 – ASM Handbook29 November 2017Page xx

Airspace Management Guidelines - The ASM Handbook -EXPLANATION OF TERMSThe terms used in the ASM Handbook have the following meanings.The ICAO definitions are identified with an (I) at the end of the text.Some terms may have an explanatory note in italics.AActive Mode of Real Time Civil/Military Coordination is the communication mode in real ti

Airspace Management Guidelines - The ASM Handbook - European Route Network Improvement Plan – Part 3 – ASM Handbook Edition 5.4 29 November 2017 Page xii 2.6.1 General 15 2.6.2 ASM/ATFCM Relationship at Strategic Level - ASM Level 1 16 2.6.3 ASM/ATFCM Relationship at Pre-Tactical Level - ASM Level 2 17

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