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The Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 716/2014 requires the upgrade of existing AMAN to provide connection with cooperative En-Route Air Traffic Service Units (ATSU) to coordinate the actions to be taken by the cooperative ATSUs to make the correct time adjustment to flights under their control, in order to get the best and most efficient arriving flight sequence at the relevant airports based on AMAN arriving planning tool.
SESAR Identifier: IER-5.6.4-IERS-0032-0010
Issuer: Arrival Management
Intended Addressess: Stakeholder ATSU
Information Element: Arrival Management Information (IE-5.6.4-0032-0032)
A satellite airport which is a “nearby” airport having a departing flight to the concerned destination airport is informed of the arrival sequence of the destination airport.
Quality of Service
The systems providing or consuming the service shall be synchronised to a common UTC time-source.
Service providers claiming to have developed service instances which comply with the Arrival Sequence Service Performance Standard need to demonstrate this towards the consumers of the service instance. This can be achieved by verifying that the service formally fulfils the requirements of this standard and/or by validating or testing activities, which prove whether the expected behaviour and outcome of the service is achieved.
ATM Information Reference Model
Information elements defined in ED-254 as part of : 1) Service Payload Description (chapter 3) and 2) Data Catalogue (section 4)
Operation that allows the provider to publish an Arrival Sequence message to a subscribed consumer.
Interface Binding Description Overview
- Mutual Server-Client authentication will be performed via TLS using X.509 certificates.
Section 22.214.171.124 of the Arrival Sequence Service Performance Standard document.
The Arrival Sequence Service is conformant with the SWIM TI Yellow Profile Specification.