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Client:


BAA

Roles:


Airspace, Airport Policy, Air Traffic Management and Economic Advisory

Approximate values:


£450,000

Firm:


Mott MacDonald Ltd

Location:


Europe





 

Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR)


The Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) programme is the European Air Traffic Management (ATM) modernisation programme. It combines technological, economic and regulatory aspects and will use EU Single European Sky legislation to synchronise the plans and actions of the different stakeholders to provide resources for the development and implementation of the required improvements throughout Europe, in both airborne and ground ATM systems.

Multi-disciplinary


In 2007 and 2008, Mott MacDonald was contracted by BAA to represent the Airport Stakeholders group interests during the SESAR definition phase. Members of our bid team had an active involvement in 17 different SESAR Work Packages looking at the strategic, financial, cost-benefit, regulatory, R&D, validation and standardisation requirements of the ATM Master Plan.

Our inputs consisted of attending and contributing to international meetings with other stakeholder members and participation in report provision, particularly from an airport perspective, towards the Work Package deliverables.

Stakeholders


The range of stakeholders involved included ANSPs and ATM Regulators, the Military, Aerospace and Defence Industry, Eurocontrol, Airport Operators and Airspace User Associations (covering Commercial Airlines, Business and General Aviation).

We were also contracted by BAA to place a member of staff in Toulouse as part of the SESAR Content Integration Team (CIT) responsible for the consolidation of Work Package outputs into six main SESAR deliverables and ultimately the ATM Master Plan.


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