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EAPPRI Implementation Seminar – Lisbon 2018
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The objective of the runway safety seminar, co-organised by EUROCONTROL and NAV Portugal, is to promote and support the implementation of the updated European Action Plan for the Prevention of Runway Incursions version 3.0 (EAPPRI) by the main risk stakeholders - airport operators, aircraft operators, ANSPs, aircraft manufacturers and national authorities (regulators) .
The seminar agenda addressed the new safety recommendations applicable to the major airport risk stakeholder groups and the available implementation guidance provided in the Action plan and elsewhere. Good practices and signs of excellence that could support the implementation of the safety recommendations and improve safety of aerodrome operations were the core of the seminar presentations and discussions.
Over 100 representatives from European aircraft operators, ANSPs, airport operators, regulators, and international organisations attended the seminar.
- Evolution of EAPPRI and the new safety recommendations, Alexander Krastev, EUROCONTROL
- Runway Safety Go Team missions, Celso Figueiredo, ICAO
- EasyJet Operational Threats - Airborne Conflict & Runway Incursions, Capt. Peter Malady, easyJet
- Use of triple one principle and vehicle driver training, Dirk Geukens, Brussels Airport Company
- Runway Incursion – Preventive measures at aircraft level, Daniel Lopez Fernandez, Airbus
- The introduction of 24 hour runway stop bars at Heathrow, Ian Witter, Heathrow airport
- Runway Incursion - TAP Perspective, Rui Alves, TAP Air Portugal
- EAPPRI’s recommendations benefits at Lisbon TWR, Nuno Nepomuceno, NAV Portugal
- Implementation of EAPPRI 3.0 Local Runway Safety Teams - Lessons learned in Spain, Jorge Reyes, AESA
- EAPPRI Edition 3.0, Pedro Reis, ANA
- Aeronautical Information Management improvements in support of runway safety, Asa Standar, EUROCONTROL
- Runway Safety – Who is responsible, Joseph Teixeira, INMARSAT