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    [3]Modernised Airspace Structures[/3]

    6 Incentivise the Release of Underused CAS

    The charging structure for terminal airspace at airports is based on the number of controllers employed rather than on the volume of CAS allocated. This tends to incentivise ANSPs to maintain as much CAS as possible to run their operation with the minimum of staff. There is no incentive to give up any CAS and this needs to be corrected by a change to a system whereby the volume of airspace managed is directly proportional to charges for its use.

    LAA discussion here

  • #2
    London Southend covered here:

    http://docs.fasvig.info/ACP/20160513...IRresponse.pdf
    Last edited by Steve Uzochukwu; 27th January 2018, 21:46. Reason: Bug in vBulletin link insertion

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Steve Uzochukwu View Post
      Your link doesn't work Steve. Might need a bit of hands on knowledge to correct.

      Alan

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      • #4
        Try http://docs.fasvig.info/ACP/20160513...IRresponse.pdf
        The pilot formerly posting as MadamBreakneck
        R examiner and TST pilot.
        and now a Tai Chi instructor

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Alan Batchelor View Post
          Your link doesn't work Steve. Might need a bit of hands on knowledge to correct.

          Alan
          Yes , sorry, vBulletin seems to have a bug for link insertion, fixed now, thanks...

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          • #6
            There ought to be a maximum amount of airspace per controller. That way ANSPs cannot short change the system or grant themselves huge chunks of sky without being made to support it. ANSPs Paying for the volume itself will lead to us being charged for using the sky eventually.

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