Airspace Change Organising Group (ACOG) will submit a final iteration of the masterplan with the full proposed system-wide solution of the airspace structure of the masterplan to the co-sponsors for assessment and subsequent acceptance by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) into the Airspace Modernisation Strategy, once feedback from the individual interdependent airspace change proposal consultations as part of the CAP 1616 process has been analysed and taken into account by sponsors and ACOG. The co-sponsors will expect to see evidence in this final iteration of how ACOG has facilitated alignment between the sponsors of the interdependent airspace change proposals. The masterplan must set out the detail of the proposed solutions and trade-offs, and the expected cumulative impacts, so the CAA can ensure that the outcomes deliver government policy.
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