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)..
NOTICE: As of January 2016, this version is out-of-date, and has evolved to the more advanced
iSTARS Regional Safety Briefing.
This iSTARS application is free for States, along with other useful iSTARS applications. For more information, visit
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Continuous Descent and Climb Operations (CCO/CDO) (More information)
Fuel Savings/CO2 Emissions Reduction due to ASBU Implementation (More information)
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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:
- 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, 4.1 for 2009-2011, 3.8 for 2010-2012, 3.4 for 2011-2013, 2.9 for 2012-2014).
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: