The multiple facets of runway safety: Aerodrome Certification ICAO GRSS Montreal, 26 May 2011.

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The multiple facets of runway safety:

Aerodrome Certification

ICAO GRSSMontreal, 26 May 201126 May 20112How to best ensure future runway safety:

Aspects of regulations and oversight

Aerodrome CertificationAssist Member States in meeting ICAO commitments:Common binding requirements for certification, SMS a.o.Holistic approach across pertinent domains; covering ANSP and OPS aspects, fostering LRST etc.

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26 May 20113How to best ensure future runway safety:

Aspects of regulations and oversight (2)

Aerodrome CertificationHarmonisationInstall and maintain a common high level of safetyMaintain room for different, individual technical solutions leading to equivalent level of safetyExample: A380, FLA: AN14 vs. AACG3

26 May 20114How to best ensure future runway safety:

Aspects of regulations and oversight (3)

Aerodrome CertificationContinuity: Base on ICAO SARPSMaintain existing and proven individual technical concepts and solutions Example RESA:Fix figures vs. options of arresting systems; others426 May 20115How to best ensure future runway safety:

Aspects of regulations and oversight (4)

Aerodrome CertificationIndividuality and proportionality: Local solutions to local problemsMindful of regional and operational differencesRespond to new technologies and allow for their swift integration

526 May 20116Subsidiarity and proportionality:Therefore: The EU Way ForwardCertification to be performed by local authorityHard binding EU level law for aerodrome OPS, as OPS are more open to adjustmentRoom for more discretion and individual approach towards aerodrome DesignSupports the intent of PANS-Aerodrome626 May 20117To visualize: GMCBCS + (ELOS+SC)IRs GM(+ AMC + AMOC)ADR OPSCertification processCertificateADR DesignGM(+ AMC + AMOC)IRs IR = Implementing Rule (hard law)CB = Certification Basis (individual)CS = Certification SpecificationELOS = Equivalent level of SafetySC = Special ConditionGM = Guidance MaterialTherefore: The EU Way Forward (2)7

26 May 20118Conclusions:Aerodrome CertificationBest practice to implement pro-active, multidimensional and performance based approachEnables full scale harmonisation, yet allows for specific and individual solutions8

Thank you!

gernot.kessler@easa.europa.eu