Flexible use of airspace (FUA) is an airspace management concept based on the principle that airspace should not be designated as purely civil or military, but rather as a continuum in which all user requirements are accommodated to the greatest possible extent.
Airspace is recognized as a finite resource to both Civilian and Military. With rapid growth of air traffic flow, States are faced with the challenge of managing their limited airspace in a way that accommodate both Civil and Military requirements on use of airspace. A closed Civil/Military ATM Cooperation is an enabler to Flexible Use of Airspace which provides a resolution on sharing the limited resource.
At the invitation of Department of Civil
Aviation (DCA) of Malaysia, to strengthen the knowledge and understanding of
Civil and Military Air Traffic Management Cooperation and Flexible Use of
Airspace as advocated by ICAO through Circular 330 (Cir 330), Mr. Yan Yonggang ,
the Regional Officer of ATM and Mr. Huo Da, the Programme Assistant delivered the Civil and Military Air Traffic
Management Cooperation(CMAC) and Flexible Use of Airspace(FUA) Workshop over 3
days from 25th to 27th September 2017 at the Malaysia Aviation Academy(MAvA). For
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The Workshop was held from 1-3 November
2017 at the ICAO APAC Regional Office, Bangkok, Thailand. Mr. Yan Yonggang , the Regional Officer of ATM and Mr.
Huo Da, the Programme
Assistant organized a Asia/Pacific Civil/ Military ATM Cooperation (CMAC)
Workshop to the whole APAC region to assist member States in enhancing
Civil/Military ATM Cooperation and implementing FUA, through refreshing the
awareness of ICAO's provision on CMAC , illustrating the update Cir330 and APAC
ATM seamless plan.
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