Enabling Regional Air Traffic Flow Management with Data Exchange


Wednesday 20 March

12:00pm - 12:50pm


Boeing Theatre


Session Overview

This panel will explore the crucial role of data exchange in enabling cross-border regional Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM), particularly in regions adopting a “distributed” ATFM network concept. It will focus on the implementation and operations of ATFM in various regions worldwide, highlighting the experiences and challenges faced by Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) participating in initiatives like the CANSO ATFM Data Exchange Network for the Americas (CADENA). CADENA, launched in 2016, aims to enhance the safety and efficiency of air traffic movements across Latin American and Caribbean regions by facilitating collaborative decision-making (CDM) and accurate demand forecasting through data exchange. The panel will discuss the complexities of ATFM and CDM within this expansive airspace, addressing how CADENA’s success led to the formation of the CANSO Aviation Data Exchange Network for Cooperative Excellence (CADENCE). Intended for a global audience involved in ATFM, CDM, and SWIM implementations. Additionally, it will highlight how CANSO supports ANSPs and regional ATFM implementation groups in enhancing data exchange and implementing regional ATFM

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Subject Areas

Boeing Theatre
Reimagining ATM Operations