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  • International Civil Aviation Organization SAM/IG/13-IP/04

    South American Regional Office 15/04/14

    Thirteenth Workshop/Meeting of the SAM Implementation

    Group (SAM/IG/13) – Regional Project RLA/06/901

    (Lima, Peru, 21 to 25 April 2014)

    Agenda Item 2: Implementation of the Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM) and

    Collaborative Decision-Making (CDM)

    SLOT allocation regulation for air taxi and general aviation aircraft at

    coordinated aerodromes throughout FIFA Brazil Soccer world Cup 2014

    (Presented by Brazil)

    SUMMARY

    This information paper intends to present the procedures for SLOT allocation

    regulation for air taxi and general aviation aircraft at coordinated aerodromes

    throughout FIFA Brazil Soccer World Cup 2014.

    REFERENCES:

    - Report of SAM/IG/12 Meeting (Lima, Peru, 13 to 17 May 2013)

    ICAO strategic

    objectives:

    A - Safety.

    B - Air navigation capacity and efficiency.

    1 Background

    1.1. On October 30th 2007, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) officialized the occurrence of the Soccer World Cup 2014 in Brazil, having the matches of the 32

    delegations that will participate in the championship, distributed to 12 cities.

    1.2. In order to manage the increase of the air traffic and maintain a safe, orderly and efficient air traffic flow, the Air Navigation Management Center (CGNA) is going to coordinate 23 (twenty-three)

    aerodromes directly related to the reception of people and event participants, and monitor other 50 (fifty),

    that might, depending on the air traffic demand, be announced coordinated.

    1.3. Therewith, the airport infrastructure will be used at its maximum capacity, with an efficient decisive system supported by the exchange and spread of management information among air

    navigation service providers (ANSP), Civil Aviation Authority, Airport Administrations, Aircraft

    Operators and holders.

    2 Analysis

    2.1 In order to meet, efficiently, increasing demand foreseen for the World Cup 2014, without exceeding airport capacity, DECEA established through the AIC A 08/14, specific to aviation

    rules according to the vocation of airports directly or indirectly involved in this period.

  • SAM/IG/13-IP/04 -2-

    2.2 As we know, this is a big event, DECEA sought, through the implementation of these rules, harmonize ATC and Airport capacity. Coordinated and monitored airports were listed, in order to

    serve not only the regular air transport, but also air taxi and general aviation.

    2.3 It is emphasized that these SLOT allocation regulations, the landings and departures of air taxi and general aviation aircraft at coordinated aerodromes were defined through Collaborative

    Decision Making (CDM) between representatives of ATFM and airport authorities.

    2.4 The Slot Allocation Regulation and the roll of coordinated and monitored airports during the World Cup 2014 have been published in “SLOT ALLOCATION REGULATION FOR AIR TAXI

    AND GENERAL AVIATION AIRCRAFT AT COORDINATED AERODROME THOUGHOUT FIFA

    BRAZIL SOCCER WORLD CUP 2014”, AIC A 05/14, attached to this working paper (Attachment A).

    3 Suggested actions:

    3.1 The Meeting is invited to:

    a) Take note of the actions developed by DECEA to adjust the SLOT and ATC/Airports capacities, as a way of optimizing ATFM during the FIFA World

    Cup 2014.

    b) Consider the points of AIC A 05/14 as future references and tools to support decision making and the ATFM during occurrences of major events involving

    countries in the SAM Region.

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  • SAM/IG/13-NI-IP/04

    APÉNDICE A / ATTACHMENT A

    AIC A 05/14

    SLOT ALLOCATION REGULATION FOR AIR TAXI AND

    GENERAL AVIATION AIRCRAFT AT COORDINATED AERODROME

    THROUGHOUT FIFA BRAZIL SOCCER WORLD CUP 2014

  • BRASIL AIC DEPARTAMENTO DE CONTROLE DO ESPAÇO AÉREO A

    SUBDEPARTAMENTO DE OPERAÇÕES 05/14

    DIVISÃO DE COORDENAÇÃO E CONTROLE

    AV. GENERAL JUSTO, 160- 2 ANDAR

    20021-130 RIO DE JANEIRO-RJ 01 MAY 2014

    Email: dnor1@decea.gov.br AFS: SBRJYGYO TEL.: (21) 2101-6761 ASSINATURA.: (21) 2117-7294

    SLOT ALLOCATION REGULATION FOR AIR TAXI AND GENERAL AVIATION

    AIRCRAFT AT COORDENATED AERODROME THOUGHOUT FIFA BRASIL

    SOCCER WORLD CUP 2014

    1 PRELIMINARY CONSIDERATIONS

    1.1 PURPOSE

    This aeronautical information circular (AIC) purpose is detailing the

    procedures for the landings and departures of air taxi and general aviation aircraft at

    coordinated aerodromes, throughout FIFA Brazil 2014 Soccer World Cup, modifying the

    rules in AIP Brazil Part ENR 1.9 and ICA 100-11 (Flight Plan) items 3.2.1, 3.3.1, 5.3.1 and

    5.4.1.

    1.2 SCOPE

    The provisions within this AIC apply, when suitable, to the facilities, and

    sectors of the Air Space Control System (SISCEAB) concerned with the air navigation

    management, and also the air space users under Brazilian jurisdiction.

    2 INTRODUCTION

    On October 30th 2007, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association

    (FIFA) officialized the occurrence of the Soccer World Cup 2014 in Brazil, having, however,

    the matches of the 32 delegations that will participate in the championship, distributed to 12

    cities.

    The experience acquired throughout the United Nations Conference about

    sustainable development (Rio+20), FIFA Soccer Confederations Cup Brazil 2013 and

    Catholic World Youth Day Rio 2013 raises the confidence that the current airport

    infrastructure at the main aerodromes in the cities where the soccer matches are going to take

    place will not suffice to accommodate the expected air traffic demand.

    In order to manage the increase of the air traffic and maintain a safe, orderly

    and efficient air traffic flow, the Air Navigation Management Center (CGNA) is going to

    coordinate 23 (twenty-three) aerodromes directly related to the reception of people and event

    participants, and monitor other 50 (fifty), that might, depending on the air traffic demand, be

    announced coordinated.

    Therewith, the airport infrastructure will be used at its maximum capacity, with

    an efficient decisive system supported by the exchange and spread of management

    information among air navigation service providers (ANSP), Civil Aviation Authority,

    Airport Administrations, Aircraft Operators and holders.

    mailto:nor1@decea.gov.br

  • 01 MAY 2014 AIC A05/14

    BRASIL AIC DEPARTAMENTO DE CONTROLE DO ESPAÇO AÉREO A

    SUBDEPARTAMENTO DE OPERAÇÕES 05/14

    DIVISÃO DE COORDENAÇÃO E CONTROLE

    AV. GENERAL JUSTO, 160- 2 ANDAR

    20021-130 RIO DE JANEIRO-RJ 01 MAY 2014

    Email: dnor1@decea.gov.br AFS: SBRJYGYO TEL.: (21) 2101-6761 ASSINATURA.: (21) 2117-7294

    REGRAS DE ALOCAÇÃO DE SLOT PELA AS AERONAVES QUE EFETUAM

    SERVIÇOS DE TAXI AÉREO E AS DE AVIAÇÃO GERAL EM AERÓDROMOS

    COORDENADOS DURANTE A COPA DO MUNDO DE FUTEBOL FIFA BRASIL

    2014

    1 DISPOSIÇÕES PRELIMINARES

    1.1 FINALIDADE

    Esta circular de informações aeronáuticas (AIC) tem por finalidade detalhar os

    procedimentos para as operações de pouso e decolagem de aeronaves que efetuam serviços de

    taxi aéreo e as de aviação geral em aeródromos coordenados, durante a Copa do Mundo de

    Futebol FIFA Brasil 2014, alterando as regras contidas na Parte ENR 1.9 da AIP Brasil e dos

    itens 3.2.1, 3.3.1, 5.3.1 e 5.4.1 da ICA 100-11 (Plano de Voo).

    1.2 ÂMBITO

    As disposições constantes nesta AIC aplicam-se, naquilo que lhes couber, aos

    órgãos, e setores do Sistema de Controle do Espaço Aéreo Brasileiro (SISCEAB) envolvidos

    com o gerenciamento da navegação aérea, bem como aos usuários do espaço aéreo sob

    jurisdição do Brasil.

    2 INTRODUÇÃO

    No dia 30 de outubro de 2007, a Fédération Internationale de Football

    Association (FIFA) oficializou a realização da Copa do Mundo de Futebol de 2014 no Brasil,

    tendo, portanto, os jogos das 32 delegações que disputarão o campeonato, distribuídos em 12

    cidades-sedes.

    A experiência adquirida durante a Conferência das Nações Unidas sobre

    Desenvolvimento Sustentável (Rio+20), Copa das Confederações de Futebol FIFA Brasil

    2013 e Jornada Mundial da Juventude Católica Rio 2013 traz a convicção de que a atual

    infraestrutura aeroportuária nos principais aeródromos localizados nas cidades-sedes dos

    jogos será insuficiente para receber o volume de movimentos aéreos esperado.

    Para gerenciar o crescimento dos movimentos aéreos e manter um fluxo de

    tráfego aéreo seguro, ordenado e eficiente, o Centro de Gerenciamento da Navegação Aérea

    (CGNA) irá coordenar 23 (vinte e três) aeródromos diretamente relacionados à recepção

    direta de público e participantes do evento, e monitorar outros 50 (cinquenta), que poderão,

    dependendo da demanda de movimentos, serem declarados coordenados.

    Com isso, a infraestrutura aeroportuária será utilizada na sua máxima extensão

    possível, com um eficiente sistema decisório apoiado pela troca e difusão