Future airspace strategy

Future Airspace Strategy (FAS) Deployment Facilitation Fund in order to mitigate some of the risks to the delivery of the FAS programme2. 1.3 Following a 2008 Transport Select Committee inquiry into airspace, the CAA, in conjunction with the Ministry of Defence (MoD), NATS, and the DfT, developed FAS to modernise the UK’s airspace system. The

To ensure that the UK can meet future demand, the Government Future Airspace Strategy sets out a plan to modernise airspace by using modern satellite  shall consider the current and future needs of the Australian aviation industry, The airspace strategy requires any deviations from ICAO SARPs to be well  Without a complete redesign of the airspace above Southern England, the consequences will be increasing Flybe has ceased trading and all future flights from the UK are cancelled The future of airspace strategy in the 21st century. Our Airspace Change Proposal will follow the CAA's new CAP1616 guidelines. A Government directed Airspace Modernisation Strategy (AMS) replaces the current Future Airspace Strategy (FAS) and aims to redevelop UK airspace over the  20 Aug 2019 The main aim of the strategic document is to inform the country's transport ministry which has started to chart the future development of airspace 

4 Civil Aviation Authority CAP1711, Airspace Modernisation Strategy, December 2018, Table 1. 5 Future Airspace Strategy Implementation – South of England.

30 Mar 2012 PART OF THE CAA'S FUTURE AIRSPACE STRATEGY. Executive Summary. S1. Background. S1.1 Class G airspace in the UK continues to  We believe the requirements of this strategy and plan cannot be fully met by the current Future Airspace Strategy (FAS). Therefore, in December 2018 we published a new Airspace Modernisation Strategy (AMS) which supersedes FAS. At the heart of the Airspace Modernisation Strategy is an airspace redesign programme to ‘systemise’ our airspace. This means creating a structured route network where aircraft follow defined routes between their departing airport and a point of exit from UK airspace, or from the point of entry in UK airspace to their arrival airport. The Future Airspace Strategy VFR Implementation Group Ltd (FASVIG) receives interim funding approval for further work for 3 months starting 1 January 2018. FASVIG Ltd was set up as a not-for-profit company in 2016 to support the Future Airspace Strategy, launched by Government and the CAA in 2011 with the objective of delivering by 2020, […]

Analysis conducted by NATS on behalf of the. Department for Transport (DfT) estimates the impact of future traffic growth on delays if additional airspace capacity 

This document sets out why & how the airspace in the UK is going through a process of change. The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) consulted on a process for  

20 Aug 2019 The main aim of the strategic document is to inform the country's transport ministry which has started to chart the future development of airspace 

Who has heard of FASIIG or the Future Airspace Strategy Industry Implementation Group? This Group sets out a vision to modernise UK airspace and use technology to make it fit for the 21st century. It claims to ensure the UK remains connected to Europe and the rest of the world by simplifying and harmonising the way airspace and air traffic

We believe the requirements of this strategy and plan cannot be fully met by the current Future Airspace Strategy (FAS). Therefore, in December 2018 we 

Future Airspace Strategy 30 June 2011 7 Executive Summary Introduction ES1. This is an executive summary of the CAA‟s Future Airspace Strategy (FAS) document. The need to modernise UK airspace to further improve safety and efficiency1. ES2. UK airspace will require modernisation if it is to achieve the following:

In the UK and Ireland we're meeting those and other issues through the Future Airspace Strategy (FAS) which sets out a plan to modernise airspace by 2020. Following consultation with the aviation industry and other stakeholders, in June 2011 the Civil Aviation Authority published its Future Airspace Strategy to 2030