|Topic:||Heathrow Trial - Changes in Operating Procedures||Forum Home|
|Posted by:||Tim Henderson|
|BAA have put up a new document at|
that tries to explain what the conditions for triggering the suspension of runway alternation were before the current trial and are now while the trial is in progress.
The surprising thing to me, which I hadn't picked up before, is that, under the current trial, the delay or anticipated arrival delay can be made up of time in the stack AND delays occurring at the originating airport. So if JFK doesn't get its act together, then the residents of West London may get the disruption !
The other thing that the note does is confirm the strange lax conditions for non-trial TEAM in the period between 0630 and 0700 when only an anticipated 5 minute delay is enough to provoke the use of both runways. During the day , in the trial, it is supposed to be 10 minutes and outside the trial 20 minutes.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Heathrow Trial - Changes in Operating Procedures||19/12/11 14:04:00||Tim Henderson|
|Re:Heathrow Trial - Changes in Operating Procedures||11/01/12 01:14:00||Jim Lawes|
|Re:Re:Heathrow Trial - Changes in Operating Procedures||11/01/12 08:37:00||Tim Henderson|
|Re:Re:Re:Heathrow Trial - Changes in Operating Procedures||15/01/12 08:13:00||Nic Doczi|
|Re:Re:Heathrow Trial - Changes in Operating Procedures||12/01/12 12:18:00||Tim Henderson|
|CAA Interim Report on Heathrow Trials||22/02/12 09:05:00||Tim Henderson|
|Re:CAA Interim Report on Heathrow Trials||22/02/12 18:36:00||Dave Robertson|
|Re:Re:CAA Interim Report on Heathrow Trials||23/02/12 10:33:00||Tim Henderson|