This AirBook covers emergencies that air traffic services may encounter and how to appropriately handle them in order to have minimal disruption to other services. These plans are outlined discussing who should be involved, how the issue should be handled and how they should be resourced. Different ways to minimise common disruptions are also explained.
This AirBook covers examples of abnormal situations an ATC may encounter and how they should be handled. This includes a variety of situations from hydraulic failures and bomb threats to loss of separation and loss of communications. The AirBook also discusses types of incident reports and what should/shouldn’t be reported.
This AirBook covers the basics of various emergencies such as alerting services and how they should be used, emergency communications (facilities, peopleandhardware), as well as discussing additional subjects in supplementary reading such as unlawful interference, weather deviation, fuel dumping etc.
This AirBook outlines what is involved when creating a contingency plan for an ANSP. This includes the best practices for planning processes and phase and the considerations to be discussed. This is supported with example scenarios and a plan that may be used for each of them.
This AirBook examines how aircraft may end up in a compromised separation situation and how a controller can resolve these situations. This is supported by video scenarios of these issues occurring and possible approaches for how to deal with them.