A-SMGCS, Electronic Flight Strip and Integrated Information Systems for Tallinn International Airport
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Safegate Group's Departure Management System as a key step towards CDM at Tallinn International Airport< Back to overview
Tallinn Lennart Meri International Airport will start a major
infrastructure improvement program to increase its capability of serving large
passenger aircraft. To mitigate the environmental impact of increased noise
levels, the runway will be extended, displacing the threshold to allow aircraft
to pass higher above the city. The civil works for implementing this
development are scheduled to start in late 2015.
Such significant infrastructure development requires close coordination between the airport and ATC to ensure safe operation whilst still meeting Tallinn’s traffic demands during the works period.
The DMAN Departure Management Solution from the SafeControl ATM Suite
will support the coordination process by enabling all stakeholders to exchange
relevant data about planned traffic in an efficient and collaborative manner. Traffic
information will be integrated into the existing Electronic Strip and the
Airport AODB solutions.
This is considered an important initial step towards a CDM based
environment in the near future.Previously, Vienna International Airport was the first Airport to use
the Departure Management Solution from the SafeControl ATM Suite on the way to
receiving the status of being a Eurocontrol A-CDM ready Airport.
Tallinn Lennart Meri International Airport is an example of how viewing an airport as one integrated system can maximize predictability and guarantee a continuous flow of traffic during peak traffic periods. Improved efficiency and reduced fuel use and emissions are added benefits to this upgrade project.
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