• SJU reference # PJ.25.01 /Release 10
  • Stakeholders
  • Benefits Capacity
  • Status Available for industrialisation/deployment
  • Maturity Level V3/TRL6

The solution aims at balancing demand on XMAN Services with air traffic controller workload in order to make best use of the available ACC/UAC resources.

The information regarding the demand/availability of the Arrival Manager (AMAN) service is shared, via a portal, between TMAs/airports and ACCs: with the advent of multiple Extended AMAN (E- AMAN) operations in the core area of Europe it will become necessary to coordinate these especially between ATS units and the E-AMAN units.

The solution increases the situational awareness of what is going-on at various airports by providing information on the current arrival situation and provides a collaboration platform with multi-lateral communication mechanism for information sharing and decision making enabling the application of XMAN strategies.

These XMAN strategies are defined and prepared per flow regarding sector airspace design, coordinated through a CDM process between all ATSUs involved and activated per flow and per period of time when required.

The solution contributes to make a better use of available resources, reduce vectoring and holding and fuel consumption.


Appendix-E-xStream-Methodology_v2 (For SJU Delivery) (1_0) 
Appendix-F-EXE-VLD-06-001 (For SJU Delivery) (1_0)   
Appendix-G-EXE-VLD-06-002 (For SJU Delivery) (1_0)  
Appendix-H-EXE-VLD-06-003 (For SJU Delivery) (1_0) 
Appendix-I-EXE-VLD-07-001 (For SJU Delivery) (1_0) 
Appendix-J-EXE-VLD-07-002 (For SJU Delivery) (1_0) 
Appendix-K-EXE-VLD-07-003 (For SJU Delivery) (1_0) 
Appendix-L-EXE-VLD-08-001 (For SJU Delivery) (1_0) 
Appendix-D-xStream-Self-Assessment (For SJU Delivery) 
Solution_25.01_D2-1-DEMOR-Main_Doc (For SJU Delivery)