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Immediate Focus Areas for the ASEAN

ATM Master Plan to Achieve the Vision of a

Seamless ASEAN Sky
Mark Wan
Senior Manager (Development Planning)
Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore
Seamless ASEAN Sky: The Vision
At the 1st ATTC meeting in 2010, the concept of a seamless ASEAN sky was
introduced by Thailand as a seamless, interoperable and harmonized air
navigation system ensuring the success of the ASEAN Single Aviation Market
(ASAM) and the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC)

The 31st ASEAN Air Transport Working Group and the 39th Senior Transport
Officials Meeting (STOM) in May 2015 agreed on the following vision of Air
Transport in 2025:

Strengthen the ASEAN Single Aviation Market for a more competitive and resilient
ASEAN, through the following key measures:
Advancing safer and more secure skies in ASEAN;

Enhancing air traffic management efficiency and

capacity through a Seamless ASEAN Sky;
Fostering greater connectivity including the conclusion of aviation agreements
with Dialogue Partners.

The Current Traffic Situation in ASEAN
How much traffic is there in ASEAN in a typical day?
ASEAN Traffic Statistics on 5 Dec 2014 (10th ATTC)
Region Number Distance Flight Fuel
of Flights* Flown Hours Burn
(NM) (Tons)
ASEAN 7316 4,147,351 10,083 37,963
Bangkok FIR 2176 630,812 1,582 5,959
Kuala Lumpur FIR 2107 427,630 1,152 4,260
Singapore FIR 1896 380,967 969 3,217
Jakarta FIR 1883 611,605 1,502 4,901
Ho Chi Minh FIR 1228 420,796 979 3,949
Manila FIR 1131 526,348 1,259 4,892
There are approximately 7,316 Ujung Pandang 1119 475,131
1,130 4,056
flights covering a total distance FIR
of over 4 million nautical miles Vientiane FIR 904 121,087 288 1,101
in the 12 ASEAN FIRs in one Hanoi FIR 846 140,405 336 1,326
day Yangon FIR 623 236,323 526 3,058
Kota Kinabalu FIR 540 120,882 329 864
Phnom Penh FIR 310 55,123 140 511
*Note: Some flights pass through several FIRs
The Future Traffic Situation in ASEAN
Airbus predicts 6.5% annual traffic growth in ASEAN

There could be over 24,000 flights a day in ASEAN by 2033!

The Solution?

Global Air Asia Pacific ASEAN National

Navigation Plan Seamless ATM Plan Master Plans

ASEAN ATM Master Plan


ICAO Global Air Navigation Plan ASBU Framework

Too confusing to adopt


ICAO ASBU Vision of Future Seamless ATM
A comprehensible ASEAN ATM master plan is
needed to guide ASEAN towards this ASBU vision!

Where do we start?
The Seamless ATM priorities and targets endorsed at the 9th ATTC
serve as a useful starting point
B0-APTA PBN Approach Procedures
Who it applies to: Aerodromes with scheduled operations in excess of 100,000/year
What is required: to install precision approach by Nov 2015 and to have baro-VNAV and or APV on all
runway ends by end 2016

B0-NOPS Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM)

Who it applies to: High density FIRs (Bangkok, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Kota
Kinabalu, Manila, Singapore, Vientiane)
What is required: To implement ATFM/CDM by Nov 2015
Regional ATFM Ops trial started in June 2015 All ASEAN states are encouraged to participate

B0-DATM Aeronautical Information Management (AIM)
Who it applies to: All states
What is required: To implement AIS-AIM transition Phase 2 by Nov 2015 and Phase 3 by end 2018

B0-FICE ATS Inter-Facility Data Communications (AIDC)

Who it applies to: Between ATC units where transfers of control are conducted
What is required: To automatically exchange the following messages by Nov 2015
ABI Advance Boundary Information
EST Coordinate Estimate
ACP Acceptance
TOC Transfer of Control
AOC Assumption of Control

B0-FRTO Flexible Use of Airspace (FUA)
Who it applies to: All states
What is required: Regular review of civil/military cooperation to assess the effect of military airspace
requirements on civil air traffic

B0-ASUR Ground Surveillance

Who it applies to: Category S upper controlled airspace and Category T airspace supporting high
density aerodromes

What is required:
To be designated as non-exclusive or exclusive ADS-B airspace by Nov 2015
To provide surveillance coverage using ADS-B, radar or wide area multilateration (WAM) systems
by Nov 2015 10
B0-TBO Data-Link En-Route
Who it applies to: All states with Category R airspace
What is required: ADS-C surveillance and CPDLC should be enabled to support PBN-based separation
by Nov 2015

Asia Pacific Performance Based Navigation (PBN) Plan

Who it applies to: All states with Category R airspace
What is required:

PARS Phase 1 PARS Phase 2

(Expected implementation by 12 (Expected implementation by 8 Nov
Nov 2015) 2018)


(Terminal) (high-density aerodromes) (all international aerodromes)

(Serviced) (RNAV5 acceptable)

(Remote) (RNP2 acceptable)

Thank You!