Fifty-Seventh Meeting of the European Air Navigation Planning Group

Fifty-Seventh Meeting of the European Air Navigation Planning Group (EANPG) (23 to 26 November 2015, Paris, France) addressed a wide area of topics relating to aviation safety, planning and implementation, monitoring of RVSM operations, civil-military cooperation and coordination in the airspace over high seas, amendments to the ICAO regional and global documents.
 
92 participants representing 36 States and 10 international organizations attended the Fifty-Seventh Meeting of the European Air Navigation Planning Group (EANPG) that took place in the premises of the European and North Atlantic (EUR/NAT) Office of ICAO from 23 to 26 November 2015.
The meeting addressed a wide area of topics relating to aviation safety, planning and implementation, monitoring of RVSM operations, civil-military cooperation and coordination in the airspace over high seas, amendments to the ICAO regional and global documents and updated the Air Navigation Deficiency List.
The meeting agreed on 37 Conclusions, 5 Decisions and one Statement that will be followed-up in the work programme of the EANPG and the ICAO Secretariat. 
 
 
 
The meeting endorsed several new documents:
  • The European electronic Air Navigation Plan (e-ANP) volumes I and II for circulation amongst the States, before their submission to the ICAO Council for approval;
  • the first “ASBU implementation monitoring report” (developed in cooperation between ICAO and Eurocontrol),;
  • the “Interim Guidance Material on Civil-Military Cooperation in Air Traffic Management” (EUR Doc 032); 
  • the “Concept of Operations for the Transition of OPMET Data Exchange using IWXXM” (EUR Doc 033); and
  • the “Guidance Material for the Continued Monitoring of the European RVSM Airspace” (EUR Doc 34).
 
The EANPG also approved IFAIMA to become a regular participant in the EANPG meetings in order to cooperate with ICAO in AIM and COM related subjects and amended the Terms of Reference of the EANPG Programme Coordinating Group (COG) allowing to include new members representing two grouping of States (one representing Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia and one representing States at the interface with MID/APAC Regions).
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