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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

North China ATMB implements new system


On April 15, the North China Air Traffic Management Bureau started its automatic regional air traffic management system Under which Beijing Capital International Airport and Tianjin Binhai International Airport will share flight data. The new system will improve the efficiency of flight control and safety, and will ease air traffic congestion in Beijing. The start of the system will allow Beijing and Tianjin unified handling of flight plans and distribution of secondary codes and full screen transfer within control sectors. It will also simplify the control work program, save on resources, and improve efficiency, the latter perhaps providing measures to add flight quantity within the busy Beijing airspace. The CAAC has established three giant regional control centers in Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou to integrate and optimize airspace structure, simplify the control work program, and unify the handling of flight plans within the flight information region.

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