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Sponsor: NATS

Truncation of London Gatwick SAM and KENET SIDs

ACP-2017-65

Last updated: 21 April 2021

Change implementation date 24/05/2018
Post Implementation Review (PIR) initiation date 17/04/2020
PIR Feedback form (sponsor submission) 21/04/2020
CAA review 28/04/2020

Sponsor document provided for the PIR assessment

 

  • 15/01/2021
  • 04/02/2021
Completion of CAA PIR formal assessment 31/03/2021

Post Implementation Review

The purpose of the Post Implementation Review (PIR) is for the CAA, as the independent regulator, to assess whether the change has delivered the anticipated impacts and benefits set out in the original Airspace Change Proposal (ACP) and decision, and if not to ascertain why and determine the most appropriate course of action.

Publication of our report

The CAA has completed the PIR of the Gatwick SAM / KENET SID Truncation airspace change proposal. Truncation of London Gatwick SAM and KENET SIDs (ACP-2017-65) – Post Implementation Review (CAP2134) describes the outcome of the PIR.

As a result of our analysis, the CAA has concluded that the Gatwick SAM / KENET SID Truncation PIR does show that, following the implementation of additional mitigation actions, the proposal has been implemented and operated as expected.

The CAA’s airspace change process for the Gatwick SAM / KENET SID Truncation airspace change request has now concluded.

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