This eighth session focuses on the definition of new approaches to achieve the optimum decision-making scenario ensuring access and equity. The simple rules of rationing air traffic flow management and time-based scheduling, implemented in the past, need to be replaced through a gradual introduction of “market rules” with regulations adapted to the needs and possibilities of the market to self-regulate, as long as the performance of the overall network is not negatively impacted, and access and equity are preserved so as to accommodate all demand.
Moderator: Carlos CIRILO, CANSO's permanent representative to ICAO and Head of the Montreal office
Markus KLOPF, Head of ATM Portfolio and International Affairs - Air Traffic Management at Frequentis
Parimal H. KOPARDEKAR, Director of NASA Aeronautics Research Institute and a senior leader of the Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate
Peter C KUZMINSKI, Principal Staff at The MITRE Corporation
Remzi SEKER, Ph.D. Vice President for Research and Innovation Western Michigan University