This Regional Performance Dashboards aim to provide a glance of both Safety and Air Navigation Capacity and Efficiency strategic objectives, using a set of indicators and targets based on the regional implementation of the Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP) and the Global Air Navigation Plan (GANP).

DISCLAIMER: This version is still a work-in-progress, and will be improved in both performance and quality of data/information in further versions. Some metrics used in this Dashboard are still under discussion, and data collection is currently ongoing for better representative metrics.




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Related Indicators:

Continuous Descent and Climb Operations (CCO/CDO) (More information)

Fuel Savings/CO2 Emissions Reduction due to ASBU Implementation (More information)





Version: 1.02 (July 2014)

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DISCLAIMER

This dashboard makes use of information, including air transport, air navigation and safety related data and statistics, which is furnished to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) by third parties. All third party content was obtained from sources believed to be reliable. However, ICAO specifically does not make any warranties or representations as to the accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of such information and accepts no liability or responsibility arising from reliance upon or use of the same.

Sorry, data is not yet available for the selected metric.

Sorry, data is not yet available for the selected metric. Please see the ICAO Environment page at the link below for more information:

http://www.icao.int/environmental-protection

An article about the Preliminary Estimates of Fuel and CO2 Emissions Savings from Block 0 Implementation is also available in the inaugural Air Navigation Report, available at:

http://www.icao.int/airnavigation/pages/Air-Navigation-Report.aspx

Proposed Metrics:
- CCO: Number of International Aerodromes/TMA with Continuous Climb Operations (CCO) implemented
- CDO: Number of International Aerodromes/TMA with Continuous Descent Operations (CDO) implemented

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Metric: Gap between the 3-year global and regional accident rates

Description: This metric is calculated by using the average accident rate for the selected region for the past 3 years, and then comparing it against the 3-year Global Accident rate (e.g. 4.4 for 2008-2010, 3.8 for 2010-2012, 2.9 for 2011-2013). The accident statistics used is from ICAO (published in the Safety Reports), as well as scheduled commercial departures from the Official Airlines Guide (OAG).

Measurement: Accidents per million scheduled commercial departures on aircraft above 5 700kg




Metric: Gap between the 3-year global and regional percentage of accidents

Description: This metric is calculated by using the average percentage of accidents for specific accident categories (as defined in ADREP e.g. RE, RI, CFIT, LOC-I), for the selected region for the past 3 years. This is then compared against the 3-year global percentages for the same accident categories.

Measurement: Accidents limited to scheduled commercial departures on aircraft above 5 700kg

Metric: Percentage of airports with international traffic for which the State has PQ 8.081 satisfactory

Description: This metric uses the USOAP Protocol Question 8.081 to estimate the number of certified international aerodromes in a State. This metric is calculated by applying PQ 8.081 below to all international aerodromes in the State:

"Has the State promulgated regulations detailing the requirements for the certification of aerodromes, and including the criteria to determine if an aerodrome should be certified?",


DISCLAIMER: This metric only provides an estimated level of implementation for aerodrome certification, and does not yet fully represent actual figures. This metric will be improved in a future version, featuring a mix of USOAP results, as well as actual number of certified aerodromes.