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					Edmonton Area Control Centre
    presentation to the
  CROSS POLAR WORKING
         GROUP

       Paris, France
       June 2-5, 2009
Edmonton ACC

 Route Structure Review
    Yukon Airspace
Most of the current NCA/jet airway route structure through this area is
optimized for routes/city pairs that have existed for a long time (KJFK, KORD
and CYYZ, to OME and points south, including PANC arrivals).
Recent demand is for new city pairs beginning
and ending at cities further south and west
(examples: KATL, KIAH, KDFW), going to points
on the original route structure and points
further north (OTZ, LISKI, PILUN).

Future routes might include cities further west
such as KDEN and KSLC.

Some transition routes are available (AIM RAC
12.7.3.5b), but the current structure is not
always adequate. A recent amendment was
made to reduce the mandatory track structure
from 24 hours down to 8 hours; however,
ongoing analysis enabled a further reduction to
6 hours.
Another factor that needs to be
considered is availability (or lack thereof)
of operationally suitable “restricted
terrain” routes for aircraft in the event of
decompression (due to the prevalence of
mountains over 10000’ in elevation in
the Yukon and Alaska).


Once again, the current structure does
not always provide adequate routes. The
most commonly used transitions for this
purpose appear to be YFS-FYU and YXJ-
YXY.
Recent EG ACC Response
We’ve implemented a 2 hour adjustment to the start time of
the mandatory track requirements (2000 to 0200 UTC daily
[DST 1900 to 0100 UTC])

The following new transitions are NOTAMed available
immediately:



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   ILATU/OTNOT
   YWY/DUPEV
   DUPEV/FIORD
   DUPEV/FANES
   YVQ/BITRO
   YVQ/CHAPO
   BITRO/POTAT
   EPLED/6855N125W
   6855N125W/VOLOB
   DASPO/ADREW
The changes recently introduced by NOTAM will be followed by
permanent TC AIM amendment this fall.

There will be no other changes to the mandatory track
requirements through the summer of 2009.

We would like immediate feedback on these transitions, as well
as suggestions for additional transitions that improve efficiency
         •
and/or meet restricted terrain requirements. These will be
reviewed, and will be followed by issuance of a list of any
additional approved transition routes.
Airlines are invited and encouraged to call Edmonton Center
directly to discuss any unusual route requests on a tactical
basis.




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There will be a review in the fall of the mandatory track
requirements.
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