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3 2011 ANNUAL REPORT DHMI 2011 ANNUAL REPORT STATE AIRPORT AUTHORITY & AIR NAVIGATION SERVICE PROVIDER TURKEY 1

4 DHMI 2011 ANNUAL REPORT Prepared by Zerrin KURT... Neslihan AKIN DURU... Meltem DÜĞEROĞLU... Sevda TURHAN ER... Özcan DURUKAN... Fatih AKSOY... Ebru SARITAÇ... DHMI Mevlana Bulvarı No:66 Etiler Ankara, TÜRKİYE Phone: (pbx) Fax:

5 CONTENTS 2011 ANNUAL REPORT DHMI General Board of Directors... 6 DHMI Central Administration Organizational Chart... 7 State Airports Authority Directorate General History...10 Air Navigation Services Air Navigation Responsibilities Evolution of Traffic in DHMI Delays...18 Capacity Air Traffic Controllers Training Safety Coordination and Cooperation ATM R&D Project Route Charges National Cost Bases National Unit Rate Communication Navigation Surveillance Communication Navigation Surveillance Airports Top Twenty Domestic Flights Top Twenty International Flights Information for Airports Categories and Usage Project...48 Human Resources and Social Activities Human Resources Celebration for Turkish Atsep Day Finance Financial Statements Turkish Court of Accounts Report

6 2011 ANNUAL REPORT The Future is in the Skies

7 2011 ANNUAL REPORT DHMI Orhan Birdal Director General & Chairman of the Board We are happy to introduce to you this new edition of our Annual Report of In recent years, the aviation market in our country relative to the global aviation market has grown very fast. Although the occurrence of the global, economic and financial crisis, in the air traffic compared to the past years records, the overall traffic volume values increased by 10 % in Turkey. The increase in the volume of domestic traffic in 2011 was the strongest in comparison to the others. In 2011 passenger volume also marked significant increase and more than 117 million passengers travelled via our airports. As the traffic and passenger volume grow rapidly, we have to guarantee top-class safety. The safety of air traffic is the cornerstone of all of our operations. So we have been paying particular attention to safety-related processes. The past twelve months DHMI marked some organizational improvements. 4 MSSR and 2 PSR systems 2 ILS systems,1 DVOR system were installed and given to service, an AVIAN Radar system which serve as an early alerter to the controller of a possible migrating flock of birds was installed and given to service in Hatay Airport. Furthermore, CAT III operation procedure for İstanbul Atatürk Airport and Ankara Esenboğa Airport was completed; RNAV routes procedures were implemented for Antalya Airport and have been in use since August As a result of all these work we succeeded in all objectives defined at the beginning of the year. DHMI was performing its mission successfully in 2011: to provide an air navigation and airport operating services at international standards in the aviation sector, leaning on high quality, safe, human and environment sensitive high technology infrastructure and systems and qualified labour force. Wishing all our customers, airspace users and DHMI employees every success in the realization of future assignments, I warmly invite you to read our Annual Report. 5

8 Orhan BİRDAL Chairman of the Board & Director General Funda OCAK Deputy Director General Member of the Board Mehmet ATEŞ Deputy Director General Member of the Board Sadettin PARMAKSIZ Member of the Board BOARD OF DIRECTORS Under Article 5 of Decree-Law No. 233, the competent and responsible decision-making body at the highest level of DHMI is the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors, chaired by the Director-General, is composed of one President and five members. The Director- General is nominated by joint decision, upon a proposal from the Minister of Transport; members are nominated by joint decision, including two upon a proposal from the Minister of Transport, one upon the proposal from the minister who has the Treasury amongst his attributions and two from among the deputy Directors-General for the Administration, upon a proposal of the Minister for Transport, for a three-year mandate. 6

9 2011 ANNUAL REPORT DHMI DHMI CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION ORGANISATIONAL CHART Director General Chairman of the Board Legal Service Audit Board Office of the Board Directorate Private Secretariat Press and Public Relations Management Deputy Director General Deputy Director General Deputy Director General Research, Planing and Coordination Department Procurement Department Construction & Real Estate Department Health and Urgent Medical Aid Department Personnel & Adm. Affairs Department Airport Operations Department Air Navigation Department Financial Affair Department Revenue Department Electronics Department Training & Social Affairs Department Private Security Managament 7

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12 DHMI 2011 ANNUAL REPORT STATE AIRPORTS AUTHORITY DIRECTORATE GENERAL HISTORY DHMI started its long journey as a flying school, the first aeronautical body in Turkey, back in The State Airlines Enterprise, created with the advent of the Republic, was followed by the Directorate General for State Airlines. The spectacular development of civil aviation made it necessary to separate the functions of air transport and the operation of aerodromes, which were entrusted to Turkish Airlines and the Directorate- General of the State Airports Enterprise respectively. After having operated as the Airport Management Company, it reached its final destination as the State Airports Enterprise. It was born legally on 8 November, 1984, when its statutes entered into force, and the members of its Board of Directors were named. It began its functions on 1 December, 1984 and is currently pursuing these activities. LEGAL STATUTE AND OBJECTIVES The DHMI is a public-enterprise company deemed to be privileged in view of the public service that it renders, the capital for which is entirely paid by the state, and which is associated with the Ministry of Transport. It is governed, as regards its objective, its activities and its administration, by Decree-Law No. 233 and the amendments thereto, and by its Statutes which came into force on the basis of the aforementioned Decree; by Law No (Civil Aviation Code); by Law No on the execution of functions and services at commercial airports, ports and border posts and by Law No on Defense and the Security of certain bodies and organizations. The objectives of the DHMI are to provide air transport, to manage aerodromes, to provide ground services at airports and air traffic control services, to install and set up air navigation systems and facilities and other related systems, and to maintain them at the level required for modern aeronautics. 10

13 2011 ANNUAL REPORT DHMI MISSION AND VISION Mission To provide air navigation and airport operating services at international standards in the aviation sector, leaning on high quality, safe, human and environment sensitive high technology infrastructure and systems and qualified labour force. Vision To be one of the leading companies in the world with the competitive power globally in the field of air traffic management and airport operations. Basic Principles and Values - Quality, - Occupational Professionalism, - Utilization of high-end technologies and IT Technologies, - Transparency, - Reliability, - Comfort, - Safety, - Sensitivity to Environment and Human, - Openness for Development. CHRONOLOGY 26 April Celebration of 9th Turkish Pilots Day 15 May International AIM Day 20 May Celebration activities for the 78 th anniversary of DHMI General Directorate. 20 October Celebration of International day of Air Traffic Controller 20 October th year of Regional Air Transport. 7 December Celebration of International Civil Aviation Day. 11

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15 2011 ANNUAL REPORT DHMI 13 AIR NAVIGATION SERVICES

16 DHMI 2011 ANNUAL REPORT AIR NAVIGATION SERVICES AIR NAVIGATION Devlet Hava Meydanları İsletmesi (DHMI) is responsible for Air Navigation Services in the Turkish airspace. Civil aviation in Turkey is the responsibility of the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) a certified entity designated by the Minister of Transport is the Turkish Regulatory Authority. DHMI Air Navigation Department of Directorate General of State Airports of Turkey is the unique provider of Civil Air Navigation Services for Turkey. The DHMI is a 100 % State-owned Governmental Organization and provides all the Air Traffic Services within civil airspace (Controlled Airspace, TMA and CTRs). One of the main objectives of DHMI is to provide air navigation Services for all users in a qualified, balanced, safe, environmental friendly, fair and economic manner and the development of the air traffic. DHMI s strategy has two primary focuses: to maintain its level of performance and strives to continuously improve the quality of its services. to steadily develop its position in Europe and to achieve a leading position in the provision of air navigation services in the region. Realization of DHMI s strategic principles is premised on reaching the following strategic goals: Maintaining high-level air traffic safety. Ensuring competent and highly qualified staff. Maintaining top quality services. Keeping air traffic delays to a minimum. Maintaining the economic efficiency at an acceptable level. GEOGRAPHIC PRESENCE Turkey has a huge and strategically important airspace with totally km (50751 km lower and km upper) of controlled air routes and square kilometers of controlled airspace over Europe and Asia continents. Due to its special geographical location Turkish airspace includes crossroads with north-south and east-west traffic flows between Europe, Asia and the Middle East. DHMI, which has its head office in Ankara, provide air traffic control services (ATS) at airports of Adana, Ankara Esenboğa, Antalya, Erzurum, Gaziantep, İstanbul/ Atatürk, İstanbul/Sabiha Gökçen, Isparta/Süleyman Demirel, İzmir/Adnan Menderes, Milas/Bodrum, Muğla/Dalaman, Nevşehir/Kapadokya, Şanlıurfa/ GAP, Tekirdağ/Çorlu and Trabzon, Adıyaman, Ağrı, Balıkesir/Körfez, Bursa/Yenişehir, Elazığ, Erzincan, Hatay, Kahramanmaraş, Kars, Mardin, Samsun/Çarşamba, Siirt, Sinop, Şanlıurfa, Tokat, Uşak, Van, Zonguldak/Çaycuma, Çanakkale, Denizli/Çardak, Muş, Sivas and Gökçeada. 14

17 2011 ANNUAL REPORT DHMI RESPONSIBILITIES DHMI came into existence on 1933, taking the responsibilities of the safety of air navigation within the civil airspace in Turkey. Its zone of activities extends from ground level to flight level 450. Air traffic control, Aeronautical information service, alerting service, planning air traffic flow above Turkey, training services, publishing and updating aviation publications are just some of numerous DHMI s activity spheres. The DHMI provides air navigation services by means of its approach control units and aerodrome control towers at 38 Turkish airports; and en-route air navigation services throughout Turkish airspace from two separate Area Control Centres located in Ankara and Istanbul. The İzmir (A. Menderes) Approach Control Unit also provides area control services for the southern part of the Istanbul FIR. These Area Control Centers have also taken on responsibility of some transition tasks in the area and arranging air traffic flow to / from Europe. The DHMI takes all measures to provide a high quality service in a safe ATM environment. The DHMI Air Navigation Department is responsible for the following tasks: Air Traffic Management: Air Space Management Air Traffic Services Safety Management ATM occurrence investigation Participation in EUROCONTROL and ICAO activities / projects, Airspace design (Designing instrument approach, departure and landing procedures, ATS routes, sectorisation) Aeronautical Information Management Collecting and distributing aeronautical data, such as publishing, editing and amending the Turkish AIP; Publishing Aeronautical Information Circulars and Pre-flight bulletins; Producing aeronautical charts; Receiving, issuing and distributing NOTAMs Flight Inspection Services (two Citation 5 aircraft) Approving instrument procedures, Calibrating facilities. APP & TWR TWR ACC HEAD OFFICE DHMI Air Traffic Control Services in Turkey 15

18 DHMI 2011 ANNUAL REPORT RESPONSIBILITIES Helicopter Services (four helicopters) providing transportation to the maintenance personnel and/or spare parts in order to achieve inplace repair of a malfunction of radars, navigation aids and communication systems. participating in reconnaissance and evaluation works on the locations of the new navigation aids conducting commercial flights The Eurocontrol Management; Establishment of the national cost base for enroute charges taking into account all economic developments, Collection, validation and exchange to the CRCO of flight data in line with our reporting responsibilities, Coordination and follow-up of financial and operational route charges related issues System Project Development and Assessment Solve the problems or the bottlenecks occur in the current air navigation infrastructures Research new technologies to improve the ATM services Follow the latest aviation technology and the projects and participate where available Cooperate with national and international research organizations for R&D issues The DHMI is also responsible for training of all ANS staff and regulation of their license and rating procedures, as well as manpower planning. Moreover, the DHMI conducts customer appreciation surveys on a regular basis and consults airspace users to ensure a common understanding and to facilitate collaborative decision making. In the meantime, the DHMI has the ISO 9001:2000 certificate for its Air Navigation Services since 12 July With this certificate it was documented that the DHMI meets the requirements to be appointed as the air navigation service provider in Turkish airspace. Necessary assessments are carried out annually by the Turkish Standards Institution (TSE) which has been established for the purpose of preparing standards for every kind of item and products together with procedure and service. As a result of the internal assessments made by Quality Management representatives revealed that there were no any deviations from the requirements in 2011 proving the validity and efficiency of our system and indicating that we were able to guarantee the best -use of our resources. This efficient use of manpower and infrastructure meant that throughout 2011 we delivered services effectively and therefore, met most of our business targets. DHMI adopted the Quality Management Documents as ISO 9001:2008 standart for its Air Navigation Services, has TS-EN-ISO 9001:2008 certificate since 7 th October The required aeronautical information and flight data to augment the safety, regularity, quality and efficiency of international air navigation operations are all provided by the Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) personnel in Turkey in compliance with the ICAO Annex 15 procedures and recommended practices. 16

19 2011 ANNUAL REPORT DHMI EVOLUTION OF TRAFFIC IN DHMI 2011 has been a good year for the DHMI referring to the air traffic volume. This year a total number of flights were managed, it represents an increase of 10.5% respecting to the previous year, of all these movements were domestic, were international and overflight. The growth was strongly driven by additional international traffic and also by substantial growth in the domestic segments Outlooks Growth Overflight ,3 International ,8 Domestic ,4 Total ,06 Traffic Variability Evolution of the aircraft traf c ( ) Over ight International Domestic Total Traf c Variability It should also be underlined that another source of growth was tourist movements. Traffic volume was higher in the summer period. As seen in the graph there was a significant seasonal traffic variation bertween July and August.in Turkey Growth in 2011 was particularly strong in Turkey In the medium term 12 % average annual growth rate in domestic movements, 14 % growth in international movements forecasted by DHMI. In 2012 it is estimated that the domestic aircraft traffic will be and international aircraft traffic will be The number of total traffic will be movements.(+11 % compared to 2011) DHMI handled an average of flights a day in 2011 and the number of additional 335 movements per day for Turkey is As a result, considering the traffic growth and delay situation, it is assessed that the measures taken to enhance and better manage capacity led to an effective increase of ATM capacity and therefore, the capacity plan was achieved and delays were kept at optimum levels. Breakdown of ights in 2011 Over ight Interhational Domestic 43% 22% 35% Change ( ights/day) exc.over ights Jan Fab Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Main changes to traf c on the European network % 133 3% 6% 85 6% % 58 5% 4% 6% 8% 8% 4% % 25 15% Flight Change Growth Turkey Netherdans Spain Norway Finland Ukraine UK Romania France Sweden Switzerland Canary Isla Greece Belgium/Lux Austria Morocco Jan Monthly Over ights % -25-2% Fab Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec % -35 8% 10% 5% 0% -5% -10% Change (growth %) exc. over inghts. 17

20 DHMI 2011 ANNUAL REPORT DELAYS According to Eurocontrol data en- route ATFM delays were 1, 6 minutes per flight in summer İstanbul ACC and İzmir APP as it was 0,1 and the average enroute delay per flight for Ankara ACC was 0,2 minutes in summer. They still remained well below the European average. Additionally, the SMART system will enable the Ankara FIR to be en-route delay free by Although airport ATFM arrival delays decreased İstanbul Atatürk Airport in 2011, ATFM arrival delays at İstanbul Sabiha Gökçen and seasonal Antalya airports had a significant impact on our network. Performance at these airports will be continued to be monitored by DHMI. The large increase in the traffic, especially in the summer season was one of the reasons for these delays. However, these delays were eliminated through common actions agreed between our FMPs and the CFMU. As a result, considering the traffic growth and delay situation, it is assessed that the measures taken to enhance and better manage capacity led to an effective increase of ATM capacity and therefore, the capacity plan was achieved and delays were kept at optimum levels. 18

21 2011 ANNUAL REPORT DHMI CAPACITY DHMI has taken necessary measures to ensure the system has the capacity and the redundancy to work in a safe and reliable way. In this context, civil / military coordination, communications infrastructure and surveillance infrastructure were improved, ATC route structure was developed and additional controllers were recruited. In the meantime, it has been noted that the continuous traffic growth has resulted in the reserve capacity being eroded, meaning that the existing system was no longer capable of economic upgrading to satisfy the extra capacity needs. In the light of this, Turkey has accelerated its SMART (Systematic Modernization of ATM Resources in Turkey) Project and an early implementation of an interim upgrade of the ATM systems in the existing ACCs and APPs was realized in Airport Airside Capacity assessment and enhancement studies for İstanbul / Atatürk Airport were completed together with EUROCONTROL. New theoretical capacity and the bottlenecks have been identified. The bottlenecks have been investigated further and by means of pilot and controller forums, commonly agreed proposals were set and implemented. As part of the awareness campaign, studies to prepare the information brochures for the pilots were completed by the end of August The second phase was started to identify the results of the studies and capacity gained. For the proposals requiring infrastructural changes, feasibility studies were completed and based on the results of the studies, necessary actions was taken. Currently construction of 9 additional Rapid Exit Taxiways for Runways 17R/35L and 17L/35R is going on. In addition to the airside capacity studies, CDM GAP Analysis studies were also completed and it was decided to implement the CDM to enhance the productivity of the Airport. Memorandum of Understanding was signed by the stake holders at April The steering and study groups were formed and studies have been going on according to the agreed Business Plan. Airport Airside Capacity assessment and enhancement studies were also completed for Antalya Airport together with EUROCONTROL and same studies as for the İstanbul Atatürk Airport practiced. Also CDM studies started to achieve the common situational awareness. Enhancing decision making processes will lead to achieving maximised operational efficiency and best use of the available airport infrastructure and resource management. Airspace Planning and Design studies also continued during the year 2011; results of the simulation studies were evaluated, the requested annexes and changes were recorded. With the completion of Interim Upgrade Project ATC Sector configurations of Istanbul and Ankara ACCs and all radar controlled APPs (Yesilkoy, Esenboga, Menderes, Dalaman and Antalya) have been changed. Also, RNAV SID and STAR procedures for the Istanbul / Atatürk and Sabiha Gökçen Airports were amended to utilize the ATC Services and new procedures were implemented for Antalya Airport and have been in use since August Implementation of A-SMGCS (Advanced Surface Movement Guidance Control System) at İstanbul Atatürk, Antalya and Esenboğa Airports was completed and systems at all three airport has been in use since the end of year These systems have an important contribution to the capacity, especially in low visibility conditions, flight safety and quality of the services provided. With the increase of traffic in Turkey, there is a continuously growing demand for capacity at İstanbul/ Atatürk, Antalya, Ankara/Esenboğa, İstanbul/Sabiha Gökçen Airports. Due to an imbalance between the demand for these airports and the availability of adequate airport facilities/infrastructure and airspace systems, slots have been distributed in an equitable, non-discriminatory and transparent way by DHMI since June To be operationally successful, DHMI ensures close co-operation and coordination with airport authorities and airlines. 19

22 DHMI 2011 ANNUAL REPORT AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS The total number of ATCOs employed by the DHMI was 1052 for DHMIs major controller recruitment plan continues. The new pan-turkey ACC (to be fully operational in 2012) is a major driver of the need for more controllers as the large increase in traffic requires a number of new sectors to be opened. Sufficient numbers of ATCOs are currently available to meet operational requirements but with no excess. A major training program of ab-initio ATCOs has been underway since 2004 due to the large increase in traffic and the consequent need to create new sectors to manage this capacity. In 2011, 70 student ATCOs were recruited. In 2012 the target is again 70 student ATCOs to be recruited and a similar number in According to this recruitment programme, the priority being given to Ankara and Istanbul ATC units. 36 student Air Traffic Controllers sta rted in Esenboğa on 12th of December This recruitment campaign started with a press advertisement in August A total of 213 applications were received. After the analysis of the applications, 213 applicants were invited to sit a computerised aptitude test, which was held in September This test is commonly known as the FEAST and was used on licence from EUROCONTROL. The top 150 candidates from FEAST were invited to preliminary interview in Ankara in November 2011 where four preliminary interview boards sat simultaneously. A total of 72 candidates progressed to the final interview board. Basic ATC training has been containing 60 hours Aviation English lessons to comply the ICAO requirement since Between 2006 and 2008 according to ICAO Language Proficiency requirements 676 ATCOs have been trained in England. To meet ICAO language proficiency requirements in English for operational ATCOs, EUROCONTROL has developed English Language Proficiency for Aeronautical Communication (ELPAC) test. Five air traffic control personnel from DHMI have participated at ELPAC workshop and been accredited as ELPAC testing personnel. DHMI started to test at the beginning of

23 2011 ANNUAL REPORT DHMI TRAINING DHMI conducts basic, refreshment and advanced ATC training programmes. The training centre has theoretical training classrooms, laboratories, radar simulator, tower simulator with 3-dimensional and 360 degree monitoring features and pilot control units. The Air Traffic Control Simulator System is consists of tower and approach/en-route control units. The system has the capability of running stand-alone as a tower or radar simulator or in integrated mode which same scenario can run among all sectors (en-route/ approach/ tower) as in the real ATC environment. Working positions are equipped with ground and approach radar screens, NAV-AID and lighting panels, weather-notam display, strip printers and voice communication systems. The appropriate design of the radar work stations also gives the possibility of non-radar training. All of the instructors completed EUROCONTROL instructional techniques course at EUROCONTROL Institute of Air Navigation Services in Luxemburg and have full time practical training experience at our training institute. 3 ATC basic training course could be conducted at the same time and the courses are designed in line with EUROCONTROL European Air Traffic Management Programme (EATMP) Common Core Content. Besides, we have also refreshment training for our air traffic controller to cover the present and future needs. DHMI also conduct some training course for staff other than ATC personnel who are work for Electronic Units, Communication, AIS, Fire Brigade, Special Security and other units. To train these employees the training centre have some facilities, (1 training lab for security staff,1 computer training lab, 2 electronic equipment labs, 1 AFTN/CIDIN lab, 11 classrooms.) In the Training Centre, there is a meeting hall and a briefing hall. In addition, there are 66 rooms with 128 beds (including bath, TV, refrigerator, etc) for accommodation. There is a restaurant, a café, a vitamin bar, sports halls, a billiards hall, a table tennis hall and a sauna for social activities. Training means investing in the future. Once again this year, despite the heavy workload, the DHMI kept up this principle and managed to ensure high-quality training for all of its trainees. At the Training Centre of DHMI, located in Esenboğa Airport, 34 ab-initio trainees completed the basic ATC training successfully in the year Moreover, 65 ATCOs participated to ATM related courses at IANS, the Eurocontrol Institute of Air Navigation Services in Luxembourg, in order to increase their knowledge in There is also a vigorous and continuous refreshment training plan covering the present and future needs of ATCOs. theoretical and practical training were completed to achieve a safe and easy transition to the new system and environment as well as new procedures regarding ATC. These trainings were realized by means of Computer Based Trainings, theoretical lectures, practical simulator trainings and on-site trainings on the upgraded systems. Therefore, we can say that a significant output was achieved as a result of all these training activities. 21

24 DHMI 2011 ANNUAL REPORT SAFETY Safe working conditions have always been a priority at DHMI. The training centre is running at full capacity for the ATS (Air Traffic Services) as well as for the other DHMI departments. Moreover, new ATM concepts (airspace management), new procedures and new systems will result in different needs in terms of staff competencies. System Modernization The SMART Project will allow ATM in Turkey to have a fully state-of-the art ATM system, this having the capacity and functionality to meet traffic growth in the region up until at least It also includes all the actions necessary to prepare the existing infrastructure for the implementation of all future ATM Projects (in all domains) also up to at least With the interim upgrade of the systems, Safety Nets (STCA) and other controller support tools (MONA) were achieved together with the new generation radar data processing and distribution, flight data processing and distribution, system monitoring and control, new generation HMI, recording / replay, data analysis and enhanced coordination. Together with the modernisation of the current air traffic control infrastructure at Ankara, Istanbul, Izmir, Antalya and Dalaman ATCCs, radar displays were installed for Bodrum TWR (as well as FDPS data), Trabzon, Van, Erzurum, Erzincan, Adana, Gaziantep APP/TWR units. OLDI connections were established with Sofia, Athens and Simferopol, the works for the finalizing OLDI connections with Rostov, Teheran, Tbilisi and Damascus ACCs are still ongoing in the scope of the Interim Project. The full implementation of the SMART project (including a Centralised Ankara ACC ) will also be completed by the beginning of the Together with the system modernization, the airspace structure will be further modified through the implementation of the SMART Project. The new centralised ACC to be built in Ankara will provide control services for all en-route traffic above FL 235. The other ACCs (Istanbul and Izmir) will provide only approach services. Other SNETS functions (Area Proximity Warning, Minimum Safe Altitude Warning, Approach Path Monitoring), Arrival Manager and Medium Term Conflict Detection will be implemented with the SMART system. 22

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