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EU-China APP - Flight procedures concepts integration in terminal airspace

The EU-China Partnership Project (EU-China APP) invited us to speak about INVIRCAT in a workshop dedicated to Flight procedures concepts integration in terminal airspace. The event will take place online on June 14-16th.

Gunnar Schwoch (DLR), coordinator of the INVIRCAT project, will present INVIRCAT in a session titled "Investigate IFR RPAS control in airports and TMA" taking place on day 2 (15th of June) at 10:35-11:20 CEST.


As the need for optimal efficiency in terminal airspace rises, the EU-China APP organised this workshop on flight procedures concepts to discuss potential to improve efficiency of terminal airspace traffic flows. The workshop will cover the following topics:

  1. TMA Arrival techniques (including Point Merge System (PMS), among others);

  2. TMA Navigation techniques (including Performance Based Navigation (PBN), among others);

  3. TMA operations (including Diverse Vector Area (DVA) Design for Departure below MVA, IFR Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS), among others).

​​Representatives of the European aviation community are welcome to attend online through Zoom. To register, please send your name, title and company name to jesper.jansen@eu-china-app.org no later than 13 June 2022.


About the EU-China APP

At the heart of the EU-China APP is the call for closer cooperation between the EU and China; a cooperation that links technical collaboration with policy dialogue. The project’s main objective is to strengthen the economic partnership between the EU and China in the civil aviation domain. This translates into a close cooperation between EASA and various European partners to bring best European aviation expertise to the project.

This approach focuses on activities of mutual interest; it considers many areas of cooperation, including ATM/ANS and airports, aviation safety and security, and innovation and new technologies. Click here to know more.


Photo by NATS - UK air traffic control on Flickr.

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