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WakeNet 2 Workshop
at Eurocontrol Experimental Centre in Brétigny

29-30 November 2005

How can standard separations be revised?

DAY 1
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09.00
Registration and Coffee
09.30
Welcome to Eurocontrol, Jan Van Doorn, Director EEC
09.40
Introduction and practicalities, Jean-Pierre Nicolaon and Bram Elsenaar
09.50
Session 1- The need for improvement
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Moderator, Jean-Pierre Nicolaon
Separations-How the present separation standards where created, James Hallock
10.20
Safety-The need for improved means to quantify safety,
John Shortle
10.50
Capacity-The need of added airport capacity,
Jean-Marie Chevallier
11.10
Break 15 minutes
11.25
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Regularity and punctuality-The focus of airlines and passengers, Andrew Shand
11.45
A freighter airline's point of view on maintained capacity,
Paul Cassel
12.05
Airport benefits studies. Claire Pugh and Clark Lunsford
12.35
LUNCH
13.45
Session 2- The regulatory process
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Moderato, Tim Fowler
ICAO decision process, Anna Wennerberg
14.15
EASA regulatory process, Mike Harrison
14.45
FAA regulatory process, Steve Lang
15.15
COFFEE
15.45
The ESARR Process, Derek Fowler
16.15
Session 3- Building the safety argument
Moderator, Steve Lang
Safety case argumentation, Tim Fowler
16.45
Safety quantative risk assessment; WakeScene, Frank Holzaepfel
17.15
Break 15 minutes
17.30
Safety risk assessment, Richard Greenhaw
18.00
Final discussion and conclusions day 1, Bram Elsenaar
18.20
Introduction of the Gate-to gate simulation, Diarmuid Houlihan
18.30
Tour de centre and Cocktails
19.30
DINNER in Atrium
22.30
Buses leave for Paris and hotel Leonard de Vinci
DAY 2
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08.30
COFFEE
09.00
Short resume of day 1, Bram Elsenaar
09.10
Session 3- Continuation from day 1
Moderator, Steve Lang
Vesa, vortex encounter severity analyses, Michael Fuhrmann
Validation of Vesa, Andreas Reinke
09.50
Break 15 minutes
10.05
Session 4- Case studies of Wake vortices safety assessment
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Moderator, Andy Harvey
Current practice at London Heathrow, Paul Johnson
10.35
USA near term progress for closely spaced parallel runways,
Jeff Tittsworth
11.05
Time based separation project, Antoine Vidal and Charles Morris
11.45
LUNCH
13.00
Moderator for the afternoon sessions, Bram Elsenaar
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Session 5- The Russian delegation will present the status of Russian wake vortex operational research (.pdf).
13.30
Session 6- Comments from the Stake holders panel
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Uwe Kroeger IFALPA, Paul Cassel Fedex and ALPA, Fabrice Vallotton IFATCA, Isa Alkalay Skyguide, Paul Johnson NATS, Jean Jezequel French DGAC, Laurence Mutuel Thales, Gregoire Winckelmans Université Catholique de Louvain, Tim Fowler Det Norske Veritas (.pdf)
14.30
Session 7- Main conclusions from the WakeNet2 Europe Research Needs document (.pdf).
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Session 8 Final discussion and conclusions
  Technical Evaluation by Claire Pugh
15.00
WakeNet2 Europe workshop 3 ends