Cooperation between DFS and LVNL: New Arrival Manager for Amsterdam
A new arrival management system will support air traffic controllers in organising incoming air traffic at Schiphol Amsterdam Airport.
The Advanced Arrival Management System (A-AMAN) from DFS that has been adapted to the LVNL system environment passed its functional acceptance test in December 2013. DFS and LVNL have added new functions to the system. For example, not only does the system suggest the most efficient sequence for arriving aircraft and generate exact landing times, it also gives the controller the recommended optimal speed for a selected aircraft.
"Approach control at Schiphol is very complex as there are six runways. This is why we expanded the display of the planning information,"
The planning information from the arrival manager can also support coordination with upstream control centres such as Maastricht so that the traffic flow can be optimised as early as possible.
For further information, please contact:
Stephanie Schmiedel, telephone: +49 (0)6103 707-1388, fax: +49 (0)6103 707-4995
DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH
+49 (0) 6103 / 707 - 1388