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Egnos for business aviation

Aug 04, 2015

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1. European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 EGNOS FLIGHT EVENT EGNOS FOR BUSINESS AVIATION 2. European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 EGNOS FLIGHT EVENT 2015 A sector of its own WHAT IS BUSINESS AVIATION ? 3. European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 EGNOS FLIGHT EVENT 2015IN BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND G.A. OPERATIONS Business Aviation is : > on demand non scheduled > aircraft with 19 seats and less Business Aviation is : > the aviation for business 4. European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 EGNOS FLIGHT EVENT 2015 MULTIPLE AIRCRAFT TYPES TO OFFER TAILOR-MADE SOLUTIONS TO CUSTOMER 5. European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 EGNOS FLIGHT EVENT 2015 EUROPEAN FLEET CONTINUES TO CLIMB 1.517 3.301 0 500 1.000 1.500 2.000 2.500 3.000 3.500 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Number of BusAv a/c 6. European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 EGNOS FLIGHT EVENT 2015 EUROPEAN FLEET IS YOUNG 55% OF AIRCRAFT HAVE LESS THAN 10 YEARS 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Airframes Years N Aircraft/Age 7. European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 EGNOS FLIGHT EVENT 2015 SMALLER OPERATORS Size of the operators Over20 Between 16-20 Between 11-15 Between 6-10 Between 2-5 Total 9 10 15 59 330 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 NOperators 8. European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 EGNOS FLIGHT EVENT 2015BUSINESS AVIATION - THE FACTS 96% proportion of city pairs served by business aviation that had NO scheduled connection. The remaining 4% represent however more than 1/3 of business aviation traffic in volume. 70% proportion of business aviation flights taking off and landing at airports handling fewer than 100 departures per day Up to 25% of operator revenues are derived from multiple destination journeys 9. European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 EGNOS FLIGHT EVENT 2015 APPLICATIONS EGNOS in Business aviation EGNOS MAKES THE OPERATIONS POSSIBLE 10. European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 EGNOS FLIGHT EVENT 2015SAFETY 1. IMPROVING SIGNAL INTEGRITY The EGNOS ground stations monitor in real time the satellite signals and correct Integrity Level 10-7 compared to 10-5 "RAIM"? 2. IMPROVING THE ACCURACY Allows you to use the GPS altitude as a vertical guide More likely to display barometric pressure reference error? 3. BEST AVAILABILITY 4 satellites are needed against 5 satellites in the conventional solution "RAIM" 11. European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 EGNOS FLIGHT EVENT 2015APPLICATIONS- LPV BusAv has been the leader for development and certification of LPV avionics virtually ILS Cat 1 (3D) decision height can descend to 200ft Pushing for LPV200 and reduction of minima on all runways Possible on all tracks without specific ground equipment Eliminates " non-precision approaches " ; USA 3.500 LPVs have already been published Most to not say all Business Aircraft on production lines are SBAS equipped. LPVs specific to helicopters on the helipads Medical evacuations and whatever the conditions (IFR , Night , Fog ) 12. European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 EGNOS FLIGHT EVENT 2015APPLICATIONS LOW VISIBILITY OPERATIONS Possibility for airplanes using " SVS / EVS " to operate in terms Cat 2 / Cat 3 All airports become available whatever the conditions (up to 210 m RVR ) 13. European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 EGNOS FLIGHT EVENT 2015 To improve ADS-B GPS position availability and so to achieve the certification criterias. To use SBAS geometric altitude in Vpath to allow a perfect transition between RNP to LPV To develop dual slope LPV approaches to reduce nuisance to airport residents or to reduce the risk of hard landing of the steep approaches. In a way to increase capacity and to mitigate wake vortex risks on hub runways, to develop LPV with a threshold set 2000 3000 ft after the normal threshold of the runway. Improve safety in the air by detecting misleading baro altitude (transmission of SBAS Geometric Altitude by ADS-B). APPLICATIONS SBAS APPLICATIONS 14. European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 EGNOS FLIGHT EVENT 2015APPLICATIONS SPECIAL APPROACHES SL2010-08 TOPOS Applications 100510.pptCategory B aircraft IAS : 120 kts (Falcon 7X Vref : 104 kts) Wind : 15 kts Slope : 4,5 Bank : 25 (135 kts) 600 ft 1 680 ft 2 320 ft Theshold Shift 3 000 ft Remaining Runway 8 000 ft Curbed Approaches 15. European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 EGNOS FLIGHT EVENT 2015APPLICATIONS SPECIAL APPROACHES SL2010-08 TOPOS Applications 100510.ppt ILS GS 3 Minimum wake vortex separation 45 LPV SBAS approach Threshold shift by 1000ft to 2000 ft SBAS : Satellite Based Augmentation System LPV : Localizer Performance with Vertical guidance SBAS Path 4,5 Threshold Shift Wake Vortex Free Approaches 16. European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) 2015 THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION

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