Terminal air navigation service costs and unit rates

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1. Contact
1.1 Contact organisation EUROCONTROL: The European organisation for the safety of air navigation.
1.2 Contact organisation unit Directorate Single Sky - Performance Review Unit (DSS/PRU)
1.3 Contact name Performance Review Unit - EUROCONTROL
1.5 Contact mail address 96 Rue de la Fusée
1130 Brussels
BELGIUM
1.6 Contact e-mail address NSA-PRU-Support@eurocontrol.int
1.7 Contact phone number +32 2 729 39 56
2. Metadata update
2.1. Metadata last certified not applicable
2.2. Metadata last update 01 November 2016


3. Statistical presentation

3.1. Data description

The measure addresses the costs for the provision of terminal air navigation services.

The European Commission is required to collect, consolidate and monitor terminal air navigation service costs and unit rates by the EU Performance Regulation and in accordance with EC Charging Scheme.

The EC Charging Scheme for air navigation services contributes to greater transparency in the determination, imposition and enforcement of charges to airspace users and also contributes to the cost efficiency of providing air navigation services and to efficiency of flights, while maintaining an optimum safety level.

The cost of air navigation services comprise for the most part, two elements:

  • en-route costs,
  • terminal costs.

The cost of terminal services is related to the following services:

  • airport control services, airport flight information services including air traffic advisory services, and alerting services;
  • air traffic services related to the approach and departure of aircraft within a certain distance of an airport on the basis of operational requirements;
  • an appropriate allocation of all other air navigation services components, reflecting a proportionate attribution between en-route and terminal services.

The concepts of terminal ANS costs and unit rates are linked by the charges paid by airspace users. These charges are equal to the total number of service units multiplied by the terminal unit rate.

3.2. Classification system

Terminal air navigation services costs and unit rates are classified per Terminal Charging Zone within the Single European Sky Area.

Each Terminal Charging Zone belongs to a single State in the zone.

3.3. Sector coverage

The measures pertain to the Air Transport and Air Traffic Management Sector of the economy.

3.4. Statistical concepts and definitions

All cost values are expressed as:

3.5. Statistical unit

The statistical unit is the Terminal Charging Zone.

3.6. Statistical population

The statistical population comprises the Terminal charging zones of the Single European Sky Area.

3.7. Reference area

The reference area is the Single European Sky Area.

3.8. Time coverage

Actual Costs are measured over the period 2012 to the year before the current year.

Forecasts cover the period from the present year through 2014 or 2016.

3.9. Base period

2009 is the base year for the calculation of cost series in real terms.

4. Unit of measure

Costs and unit rates are measured in:

Real terms values are corrected for inflation relative to the base year.

5. Reference period

  • The first reference period (RP1) covers the calendar years 2012 to 2014 inclusive.
  • The second reference period (RP2) covers the calendar years 2015 to 2019 inclusive.

Unless decided otherwise, the following reference periods shall be of five calendar years.

6. Institutional Mandate

Legal acts and agreements are established in the Performance Regulation (691/2010) and the Charging Regulation (1794/2006).

7. Confidentiality


8. Release policy

8.1. Release calendar

The Terminal ANS costs and unit rates are released twice a year.

8.2. Release calendar access

Not applicable.

8.3. User access

Information is disseminated to the general public via the EUROCONTROL website.

9. Frequency of dissemination

The Terminal ANS costs and unit rates are published on a yearly basis.

10. Dissemination format

The information is available on the EUROCONTROL website.

11. Accessibility of documentation

11.1. Documentation on methodology

As per the pertaining regulations (see Institutional Mandate).
For technical questions not addressed in Statistical processing please contact: NSA-PRU-Support@eurocontrol.int.
Additional definitions of the terms used in the frame of the this KPI are available in the Glossary.

11.2. Quality documentation

There is no specific documentation on procedures applied for quality management and quality assessment.

12. Quality Management

12.1. Quality assurance

The data is provided by the concerned States and as such it is their responsibility to perform any quality assurance activities.

EUROCONTROL is not responsible for the procedures and processes used in the production of this data.

12.2. Quality assessment

EUROCONTROL performs systematic checks to verify that totals do indeed equal the sum of their parts. However, if discrepancies are found, they are simply reported to data provider who may or may not make corrections.

EUROCONTROL does not change data elements nor does it prevent the publication of data that failed to verify the checks.

13. Relevance

The information is published for performance monitoring purposes in accordance with the relevant EU legislation.

13.3. Completeness

Data completeness is determined each year as per the above-mentioned quality checks. Any missing data is reported to the provider.

14. Accuracy and reliability

14.1. Overall accuracy

This data is provided by the States and displayed as provided. It is assumed that the States have provided perfectly accurate data.

14.2. Sampling error

There is no sampling and therefore no sampling error.

15. Timeliness and punctuality

15.1. Timeliness

The latest data displayed represents costs and rates that are at least eleven months old.

15.2. Punctuality

The data is provided by the States in June and November and is displayed to the public at the end of November.

16. Comparability

16.1. Comparability — geographical

Depending on the State, terminal charging zones may include from one to more than sixty airports, which would tend to reduce the validity of geographical comparison.

16.2. Comparability over time

The exact composition of a given terminal charging zone may vary over time, e.g. changes in the number of airports concerned, which would tend to reduce the comparability over time.

17. Coherence

17.1. Coherence — cross domain

Generally, data should be coherent with ATM Cost-effectiveness (ACE) information.

17.2. Coherence — internal

The data is assumed to be internally coherent as provided.

18. Cost and burden

Not available.

19. Data revision

The data revision policy has not yet been defined.

20. Statistical processing

20.1. Source data

Forecast Data
Terminal ANS costs and related data
National/FAB performance plans adopted by the States for the first reference period.
Exchange rates (2009)
National/FAB performance plans adopted by the States for the first reference period.
Inflation rates
Forecast data: National/FAB performance plans adopted by the States for the first reference period.
Monitoring Data
Actual terminal ANS costs
States' charging reporting tables as defined in the annexes of EC 1794/2006 provided to the European Commission.
Inflation rate
Actual data: Eurostat website (HICP All items).

20.2. Frequency of data collection

The data is collected twice a year (June & November).

20.3. Data collection

Air navigation service providers are required to fill a reporting table for each terminal charging zone under their responsibility and supply it to the European Commission (Charging Regulation).

20.4. Data validation

The data is validated by the States/data providers under their own responsibility.

20.5. Data compilation

The data provided is loaded into a database at EUROCONTROL but no aggregation or modification is performed.

20.6. Adjustment

No adjustments are performed on this data.

21. Comment

Disclaimer

This data is published by the Performance Review Body (PRB) of the Single European Sky. Every effort has been made to ensure that the information and analysis contained on this website are as accurate and complete as possible. Despite these precautions, should you find any errors or inconsistencies we would be grateful if you could please bring them to the Performance Review Unit’s attention.

The information may be copied in whole or in part providing that the copyright notice and disclaimer are included. The information may not be modified without prior written permission from the PRB. The views expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the official views or policy of EUROCONTROL or of the European Commission, which make no warranty, either implied or express, for the information contained on this website, neither do they assume any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of this information. The PRB reserves the right to change or amend the information provided at any time and without prior notice.

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