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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

Trilateral Air Traffic Management Operation Coordination Meeting held


The Trilateral Air Traffic Management Operation Coordination Meeting between China, Hong Kong and Macao was held in Zhuhai on February 26th. The meeting was attended by officials and representatives of the Central South Air Traffic Management Bureau (ATMB) of the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), Zhuhai Approach Control Center, Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department (CAD) and Macao Civil Aviation Authority (AACM). At the meeting, delegates from the three parties discussed relevant studies and discussed significant issues concerning the development and air space control of Zhuhai, Hong Kong and Macao. These include trilateral air traffic management operation service, an understanding-of-control agreement, and problems faced during implementation. The delegates shared significant insights and agreed on plans to further seek the trilateral coordinated control and safe air traffic management operation of the Pearl River Data (PRD) area. This was based on the principle of “ensuring flight safety and fluent coordination.” China, Hong Kong and Macao began organizing groups for the last several years to meet and study the air traffic management in the PRD. The coordination meetings held over the years between the CAAC, CAD and AACM have been an effective means of ensuring flight safety and operation efficiency in improving the area’s airspace.

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