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The Plan on Effectiveness of Air Navigation Services for 2012-2014

Acting on basis of Art. 10 Commission Regulation (EU) 691/2010 of 29 July 2010 laying down a performance scheme for air navigation services and network functions and amending Regulation (EC) No 2096/2005 laying down common requirements for the provision of air navigation services, the Civil Aviation Authority as national supervisory authority has developed a national Plan on Effectiveness of Air Navigation Services for 2012-2014

 

Work on the document took place between November 2010, when it held its first consultative meeting on the issue. These works involved the following institutions and companies:
The Civil Aviation Authority, Ministry of Infrastructure, the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency, the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management, Air Force Command, representatives of the State enterprise "Polish Airports". The document has therefore an interdisciplinary character - there were involved institutions subordinate to and supervised by different ministries.

 

National plan for the effective operation of air navigation services has been developed for the four areas set by the European Commission. The performance areas: safety, capacity, environmental and cost-effectiveness, taking into account the specific EU-wide performance goals. Mandatory EU-wide targets have been set for the two areas - capacity (ATFM delay on the route) and cost effectiveness (Routing determined unit rate).

 

In accordance with the requirements of Regulation 691/2010 was carried out on 12 May. consultation with stakeholders. The consultations were invited and participated in them: representatives of the Ministry of Infrastructure, the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency, the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management, airports, domestic and foreign air carriers and air carriers' organizations and representatives of PANSA trade union. As a result of the consultation - the comments have been taken into account as and the plan was changed.


This plan was approved on June 15 by the President of the Civil Aviation Authority and submitted to the Ministry of Infrastructure, to accept it at the national level - in accordance with the requirements of Art. 12 of Regulation 691/2010 and forward to the European Commission.

 

Polish version
pdf plik do pobrania 3.22 Mb

 

English version
pdf pobierz plik pdf 21/06/2011 3.20 Mb

 

On 23 November 2011, pursuant to Art. 13, paragraph 3 of Regulation 691/2010 the European Commission adopted a Recommendation C (2011) 8329 final (OJ. EU C 348, 29.11.2011), which focused on performance plans and targets for efficiency. In the recommendation Poland was asked, among others to improve throughput target.

 

In response, Polish authorities on 23 January 2012, sent the e-mail to the European Commission with the Addendum of The Plan on Effectiveness of Air Navigation Services for 2012-2014

 

In addition, in terms of capacity, taking into account the priority of safety, Poland declared decrease in average en-route ATFM delays to 0.48 minutes / flight in 2014. The difficulty of improving the value of the result was caused by the delay in the implementation of the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency (PANSA) of the new air traffic management system PEGASUS_21 and forecasts of traffic growth for Polish.

 

Backed by the cost-effectiveness was based on calculations provided by PANSA, with simultaneous verification costs by CAA and IMGW PIB - which have been reduced, as well as taking into account the increase in the cost of EUROCONTROL. EUROCONTROL has verified key figures for the budget that assess the contribution of each country, as a result, in October 2011, the organization presented a new cost basis for individual countries for the period 2012-2014. The difference related to two factors:

 

 

The re-evaluation of Performance Review Body said that the goals adopted by Poland, both in terms of capacity and cost efficiency do not make an adequate contribution for the pan-European and require further improvement.

 

In June 2012, the Polish authorities sent the Commission additional assumptions and explanations, in which the Commission was informed that Poland will adopt the original performance plan (June 2011) in terms of cost-effectiveness, with one change in the cost of EUROCONTROL.

 

However, in relation to the area of capacity explained that Poland will require a service provider of air navigation (PANSA) develop and implement plans to achieve the bandwidth reference value at the end of 2014 of 0.26 minutes average ATFM delay for IFR flight. Achieving this value will require significant support from the Network Manager.


Performance objectives for the Polish were finally approved by the European Commission C (2012) 5106 final of 19 July 2012, and are as follows:


Performance objectives for Poland:

Poland's goals

wskaźnik

2012

2013

2014

traffic flow

ATFM delay (min/flight)

   

0,48

 

En route charge

(PLN 2009)

145,62

145,12

137,28

 

Assumptions for the purpose of determining the cost-effectiveness
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Polish Performance Plan
pdf plik do pobrania 1.25 Mb

 

Efficiency Action Plan of air navigation services in the Republic of Poland
pdf plik do pobrania 1.38 Mb

 

 

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