CDM & ATFM Workshop Jakarta

9 Feb 2012 News

Independent Consulting Limited has successfully conducted a workshop on Airport Collaborate Decision Making and Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM) to Angkasa Pura Airports of Indonesia. The workshop was held Thursday 9th February 2012, at Angkasa Pura Airports premises in Kemayoran, Jakarta.

Representatives of Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Garuda & Batavia Airlines, and Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), Angkasa Pura II and I Airport and ATC Tower Control, Ground Handlers, and many others followed the introduction to Airport CDM and ATFM, organized and presented by Independent Consulting in cooperation with Angkasa Pura Airports (AP-A).

The workshop had over 50 delegates and is part of the preparation by AP-A to implement Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) at several airports throughout Indonesia, while setting up ATFM to regulate airspace and routes for enhanced utilization of capacity in cooperation with adjacent countries. AP-A presented FLIPMAC, the Indonesian ATFM model that will be developed in cooperation with neighboring countries in the coming years.

The workshop was held by Dave Hogg, Eugène Tuinstra, and Caroline Schmeits, all from Independent Consulting Ltd. Who worked together with Mr. R. Fahmi on AP-A side. The Independent team with their Eurocontrol background, shared their knowledge of the CDM concept elements, business case, organization and communication, and steps prior to implementation whilst Fahmi outlined the Indonesian plans for ATFM and CDM.

About Airport CDM

Airport Collaborative Decision Making is a European concept for Airport Efficiency, based on information sharing and collaboration between major airport stakeholders (i.e. CDM partners) such as Aircraft Operators, Ground Handlers, Airport Operator, Air Traffic Control, and Air Traffic Flow Management. A majority of European airports are today implementing the standardized concept and provide accurate flight planning information to the Central Flow Management Unit (CFMU), while in return enjoying more flexible slot assignment with economical and environmental benefits for all stakeholders.