Redesigning complex airspace around one of the world’s busiest airport hubs.
The Netherlands has established a multi-stakeholder Dutch Airspace Redesign Project (DARP) to develop a long-term solution (targeting 2035) for Netherlands airspace using a number of novel airspace measures.
To better understand the key interdependencies between various airspace measures that may end up being implemented as part of the DARP vision, Egis was asked to conduct a sensitivity analysis on possible relationships and mechanisms related to the redesign of the Schiphol Terminal Manoeuvring Area (TMA) – not only for the key airspace measures, operational concepts and technologies envisaged by DARP, but also for any other potentially relevant measures that are currently being developed as part of other research initiatives (ie. SESAR, NextGen, FASI UK etc.).