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					      INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION
NORTH AMERICAN, CENTRAL AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN OFFICE




   ELEVENTH MEETING OF DIRECTORS OF CIVIL
     AVIATION OF THE CENTRAL CARIBBEAN
                      C/CAR/DCA/11




                    FINAL REPORT




           MEXICO CITY, MEXICO, 21 TO 23 JULY 2010
The designations employed and the presentation of the
material in this publication do not imply the expression of
any opinion whatsoever on the part of ICAO concerning
the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of
its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers
or boundaries.
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                                                                  LIST OF CONTENTS


Contents                                                                                                                                                 Page


Index                ........................................................................................................................................ i-1

Historical           ........................................................................................................................................ ii-1

           ii.1     Place and Date of the Meeting ....................................................................................... ii-1
           ii.2     Opening Ceremony ........................................................................................................ ii-1
           ii.3     Organization of the Meeting .......................................................................................... ii-2
           ii.4     Working Languages ....................................................................................................... ii-2
           ii.5     Agenda ........................................................................................................................... ii-2
           ii.6     Schedule and Work Mode .............................................................................................. ii-3
           ii.7     Attendance ..................................................................................................................... ii-4
           ii.8     Conclusions and Decisions ............................................................................................ ii-4
           ii.9     List of Working and Information Papers........................................................................ ii-4

List of Participants .............................................................................................................................. iii-1

Agenda Item 1

           Review and Approval of the Draft Meeting Agenda and Schedule ......................................... 1-1

Agenda Item 2

           Review of Valid Conclusions from Previous C/CAR/DCA Meetings .................................... 2-1

Agenda Item 3

           Review of Results of the CAR Region States/territories’ Priorities Survey ............................ 3-1

Agenda Item 4

           Aviation Safety Matters ........................................................................................................... 4-1

Agenda Item 5

           Aviation Security (AVSEC) Matters ....................................................................................... 5-1


Agenda Item 6

           Air Navigation Matters ............................................................................................................ 6-1
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Agenda Item 7

      Regional Co-operation and Technical Matters ........................................................................ 7-1


Agenda Item 8

      Other Business ....................................................................................................................... 8-1
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                                              HISTORICAL



ii.1            Place and Date of the Meeting

              The Eleventh Meeting of Directors of Civil Aviation of the Central Caribbean
(C/CAR/DCA/11) was held at the ICAO NACC Regional Office, Mexico City, Mexico, from 21 to 23
July 2010. The meeting was preceded by the Project Preparatory Meeting for the ICAO Regional
Technical Cooperation Project for the Caribbean Region – Implementation of Performance-Based Air
Navigation Systems (RLA/09/801) held on 19 July 2010, and the ICAO High-Level State Safety
Programme (SSP) Awareness Seminar held on 20 July 2010.

ii.2            Opening Ceremony

               Mrs. Loretta Martin, Regional Director of the North American, Central American and
Caribbean Office of the International Civil Aviation Organization, provided introductory remarks and
welcomed participants. She noted that this was the first time that the ICAO NACC Regional Office had
hosted a C/CAR/DCA meeting, which was due to the unfortunate Haiti earthquake disaster in where the
Region had also suffered the tragic loss of four colleagues for whom she asked a minute of silence.

                 She continued by reminding the participants that holding the meeting in Mexico was,
however, not extraordinary. In addition to being hosts of the ICAO Regional Office to which the C/CAR
States are accredited, Mexico, through its FIR, is also part of the C/CAR sub-region. Mrs. Martin
highlighted the benefit of holding the meeting in the regional office due to the support of the entire ICAO
regional office team, and in this regard congratulated Mrs. Ma. Carmen Goyarzu on celebrating this day
her 35 years of service with ICAO.

                 Mrs. Martin announced that the meeting was inaugurating the new conference room that
has enhanced the NACC Regional Office by providing an additional and much larger meeting room,
which will enable holding more, larger and simultaneous meetings in the regional office, thereby serving
States of the region better and reducing Secretariat travel costs to service regional events. She thanked
the Government of Mexico, the DGAC in particular, as hosts of the regional office, for agreeing to
support the ICAO office expansion and rental budget increase for the benefit of all States in the region.
Mrs. Martin also recognized Mr. Gabriel Meneses of her team for having performed a pivotal role in
completing the conference room on time, within budget and achieving the functional requirements.

                 Mrs. Martin also thanked SENEAM of Mexico who was the first organization to respond
to the invitation to donate aviation or cultural artefacts/souvenirs/artworks from
States/Territories/Organizations to be displayed in the foyer, in the conference room and in other areas of
the NACC Regional Office. SENEAM donated a framed photograph of their ATC room. Mrs. Martin
encouraged others to follow suit to enrich the ICAO Regional Office and conference centre.
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                Mr. Ever Molina, Director General of Servicios a la Navegación en el Espacio Aéreo
Mexicano (SENEAM), and Mr. José Gabriel Tort, Deputy Director of Aviation of the Directorate General
of Civil Aviation, Mexico, on behalf of Mr. Héctor González Weeks, Director General of Civil Aviation
of Mexico, welcomed the participants to Mexico and officially opened the meeting.

ii.3           Organization of the Meeting

                 Cuba, supported by Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Netherlands Antilles, nominated
Mr. Jean Lemerque Pierre, Director General of Civil Aviation of Haiti, to chair the meeting recognizing
that the scheduled venue for the meeting had been Haiti, which was also the venue of the 1st C/CAR/DCA
Meeting in April 1997 and to re-affirm the solidarity of States in the C/CAR in support of Haiti on its
road to recovery and redevelopment. Mr. Pierre was duly elected, provided remarks and requested another
minute of silence in memory of the colleagues from Netherlands Antilles and ECCAA who lost their lives
in the earthquake. Mr. Pierre served as Chairman of the meeting and Mrs. Loretta Martin, ICAO
Regional Director, acted as Secretary with the assistance of Mr. Michiel Vreedenburgh, Deputy Regional
Director of the ICAO NACC Regional Office, Mr. Hindupur Sudarshan, Air Navigation Bureau at ICAO
Headquarters and all the regional officers of the ICAO NACC Regional Office.

ii.4           Working Languages

                The working languages of the meeting were Spanish and English. The working papers
and the report of the meeting were available to participants in both languages. The information papers
were available in the language received by the ICAO NACC Regional Office.

ii.5           Agenda

               The Meeting adopted the following agenda:

Agenda Item 1:                 Review and Approval of the Draft Meeting Agenda and Schedule

Agenda Item 2:                 Review of Valid Conclusions from Previous C/CAR/DCA Meetings

Agenda Item 3:                 Review of Results of the CAR Region States/Territories’ Priorities
                               Survey
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Agenda Item 4:                 Aviation Safety Matters

                       4.1     Results of the ICAO High-Level Safety Conference
                       4.2     ICAO USOAP Continuous Monitoring Approach (CMA)
                       4.3     Regional Aviation Safety Group – Pan America (RASG-PA)
                       4.4     Other Aviation Safety Matters

Agenda Item 5:                 Aviation Security (AVSEC) Matters

                       5.1     Results of the First NAM/CAR/SAM Regional Aviation Security and
                               Facilitation Group Meeting (AVSEC/FAL/RG-PA/1)

Agenda Item 6:                 Air Navigation Matters

                       6.1     Results of the Eighth Central Caribbean Working Group Meeting
                               (C/CAR/WG/8)
                       6.2     Implementation of the New Flight Plan Format
                       6.3     Implementation of Performance Based Navigation (PBN)
                       6.4     Other Air Navigation Matters

Agenda Item 7:                 Regional Co-operation and Training Matters

                       7.1     ICAO Cooperative Arrangement for the Prevention of Spread of
                               Communicable Disease through Air Travel (CAPSCA) – Americas
                       7.2     Other Cooperation and Training Matters

Agenda Item 8:                 Other Business

                       8.1     Host and Dates for the Next Meeting
                       8.2     Other Matters


ii.6           Schedule and Work Mode

               The Meeting agreed to hold its daily sessions from 09:00 to 14:30 hours with two breaks.
The Meeting also agreed to work in plenary.
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    ii.7                Attendance

                    The meeting was attended by 8 C/CAR Region States/Territories and 2 International
    Organizations, totalling 32 delegates, as indicated in the list of participants on pages iii-1 to iii-5.

    ii.8                Conclusions and Decisions

                    The Directors of Civil Aviation of the Central Caribbean recorded its activities as
    conclusions and decisions as follows:

    CONCLUSIONS:                Activities requiring action/communication by States/Territories/International
                                Organizations/ICAO.

    DECISIONS:                  Internal activities of the Meetings of Directors of Civil Aviation of the Central
                                Caribbean.


                      LIST OF CONCLUSIONS ADOPTED BY THE C/CAR/DCA/11 MEETING

           NO.                                         CONCLUSION                                          PAGE
           11/1        Improvement of Safety Oversight Systems                                              2-1
           11/2        ICAO Universal Security Audit Programme (USAP)                                       2-2
           11/3        Regional Aviation Safety Group – Pan America (RASG-PA)                               4-4
           11/4        NAM/CAR/SAM Regional Aviation Security and Facilitation Group                        5-3
                       (AVSEC/FAL/RG-PA)
           11/5        ICAO Regional Technical Cooperation Project for the Caribbean Region on             6-8
                       the Implementation of Performance Based Air Navigation Systems
           11/6        Participation in, follow-up to and cooperation with the RLA/03/902 –                6-9
                       SACCSA Project, Phase III
           11/7        ICAO CAPSA-AMERICAS Project                                                         7-1
           11/8        Aviation Training Plan for the CAR Region                                           7-3

    ii.9                List of Working and Information Papers

                  Working and Information Papers are available on the ICAO website at the following link:
    http://www.mexico.icao.int/Meetings/CCARDCA11.html


                                                      Working Papers
                                                                                                              Prepared
              Agenda
Number                                                    Title                                    Date          and
               Item
                                                                                                             Presented by

WP/01             1       Draft Agenda, Working Method and Schedule for the C/CAR/DCA/11        04/06/10      Secretariat
                          Meeting
WP/02             2       Status of Conclusions of Previous Meetings of the Central Caribbean   04/06/10      Secretariat
                          Directors of Civil Aviation Outstanding after the Tenth Meeting
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                                                Working Papers
                                                                                                           Prepared
         Agenda
Number                                               Title                                      Date          and
          Item
                                                                                                          Presented by

WP/03     4.1      Outcome of the ICAO High-Level Safety Conference 2010 (HLSC 2010)           28/06/10    Secretariat

WP/04     4.2      Continuous Monitoring Approach (CMA)                                        28/06/10    Secretariat

WP/05     4.3      Regional Aviation Safety Group – Pan America (RASG-PA)                      28/06/10    Secretariat
                   Activities Update
WP/06     5.1      NAM/CAR/SAM Regional Aviation Security and Facilitation Group               25/06/10    Secretariat
                   (AVSEC/FAL/RG-PA)
WP/07     6.1      Executive Summary of the Eighth Central Caribbean Working Group             16/07/10    Secretariat
Rev.               Meeting
WP/08     6.2      Implementation of the New ICAO Flight Plan Form (FPL)                       28/06/10    Secretariat

WP/09     6.3      PBN Implementation                                                          28/06/10    Secretariat

WP/10     6.4      ICAO Regional Technical Cooperation Project for the Caribbean Region –      19/07/10    Secretariat
                   Implementation of the Performance Based Air Navigation Systems
                   (RLA/09/801)
WP/11     6.4      Follow-Up, Cooperation and Participation in the ICAO RLA/03/902 –           30/06/10    Secretariat
                   SACCSA Project Linked to the GNSS implementation in the CAR/SAM
                   Regions
WP/12     7.1      Progress Update on the ICAO Cooperative Arrangement for the                 14/07/10    Secretariat
                   Prevention of Spread of Communicable Disease Through Air Travel
                   (CAPSCA) – Americas
WP/13     7.2      Strategic enhancements to Human Resources Training and Management           23/06/10    Secretariat

WP/14     8.1      Host and Dates for the Next Meeting of Directors of Civil Aviation of the   04/06/10    Secretariat
                   Central Caribbean
WP/15     6.3      Foreseen Evolution of Air Navigation in the Havana FIR                      30/06/10       Cuba

WP/16     6.4      Considerations on Implementation of ICAO Standard for Electronic            09/07/10       Cuba
                   Terrain and Obstacles Data (eTOD)



                                             Information Papers
                                                                                                           Prepared
         Agenda
Number                                               Title                                      Date          and
          Item
                                                                                                          Presented by
 IP/01     --       List of Working and Information Papers                                     19/07/10    Secretariat
 Rev.
 IP/02      3       CAR Region States/Territories’ Priorities for ICAO NACC Regional           14/07/10    Secretariat
                    Office Events and Activities for the Next ICAO Triennium (2011 –
                    2013)
 IP/03     6.4      States SARPs Compliance for First Phase Activities for the Transition to   06/07/10    Secretariat
                    AIM
 IP/04     6.4      Bulletin No. 2 of the RLA/03/902 – SACCSA Project                          08/07/10    Secretariat
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                                                  Information Papers
                                                                                                             Prepared
             Agenda
Number                                                   Title                                    Date          and
              Item
                                                                                                            Presented by
 NI/05        6.4       Nuevo Simulador ATC en Cuba y su Impacto en el SMS de los ATS            30/06/10      Cuba
                        (Spanish only)
 NI/06        6.1       Acciones de la República de Cuba para Reducir los Errores                30/06/10      Cuba
                        Operacionales de Coordinación ATC (Spanish only)
 NI/07        4.4       Acciones de la República de cuba para Reducir las Incursiones en Pista   30/06/10      Cuba
                        (Spanish only)
 IP/08        6.4       Civil Aviation and the Environment (English only)                        13/07/10    Secretariat

 NI/09        6.1       Avances de la República de Cuba en las actividades de Búsqueda y         30/06/10      Cuba
                        Salvamento (SAR) (Spanish only)
 IP/10        6.2       Activities of Regional Task Forces to Plan for Implementation of         15/07/10   United States
                        Amendment 1 to PANS-ATM, DOC 4444, 15th Edition (English only)
 IP/11        6.4       Outcome of the ICAO Workshop on ATM Situational Awareness                13/07/10    Secretariat
                        Improvements for the NAM/CAR Regions (English only)
 IP/12        4.4       Airfield Safety in the United States (English only)                      16/07/10   United States
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                                         LIST OF PARTICIPANTS


CAYMAN ISLANDS                                           NETHERLANDS ANTILLES

Richard Smith                                            Vilmo Pieter
                                                         Michael Celestijn
CUBA                                                     Cedric Balentien
                                                         Micilia Albertus-Verboom
Argimiro Ojeda
Jorge Félix del Castillo de la Paz                       UNITED STATES

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC                                       Dawn H.R. Veatch
                                                         James White
Santiago Rosa                                            Steve Stooksberry
Johann Estrada                                           Daniel Vaca
                                                         Ed Rodriguez
HAITI                                                    Loretta McNeir

Jean Lemerque Pierre                                     COCESNA
Wesner Excelhomme
Marc Paulemon                                            Juan Carlos Trabanino
                                                         Jorge Vargas
JAMAICA
                                                         IFALPA
Oscar Derby
                                                         Germán Díaz Barriga
MEXICO
                                                         ICAO SECRETARIAT
Ever Molina Carrillo
Gabriel Tort                                             Loretta Martin
Fernando Rojas                                           Michiel Vreedenburgh
José I. Gil Jiménez                                      Hindupur Sudarshan
Oscar Vargas Antonio                                     Víctor Hernández
Manuel Rodríguez Santiesteban                            Ricardo Delgado
Héctor García Cruz                                       Jaime Calderón
Sergio González Chávez                                   Julio Siu
Jaime Mendoza Cano                                       Raúl Martínez
Félix Rodolfo Castro Olivares                            Eduardo Chacín
                                                         Enrique Camarillo
                                                         Daniel Ruggiero
                                                         Jacques Boursiquot
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                                             LIST OF PARTICIPANTS


Name / Position                     Administration / Organization      Telephone / E-mail


                                             CAYMAN ISLANDS
P.H. Richard Smith
Director-General of Civil                                              Tel.    345-949-7811
                                    Civil Aviation Authority
Aviation                                                               Email   richard.smith@caacayman.com

                                                     CUBA
Argimiro Ojeda                      IACC                               Tel.   + 537 838 1145
Vicepresidente                                                         E-mail vp@iacc.avianet.cu

Jorge F. Castillo de la Paz         IACC                               Tel.   + 537 838 1123 / 1170
Director de Transporte Aéreo                                           E-mail jorge.castillo@iacc.avianet.cu

                                           DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Santiago Rosa Martínez              Instituto Dominicano de Aviación   Tel.   + 809 221 7009 ext. 210
Sub-Director General                Civil                              E-mail srosa@idac.gov.do

Johann Estrada                      Instituto Dominicano de Aviación   Tel.   + 809 221 7909 ext. 472 / 479
Director de Vigilancia de la        Civil                              E-mail jestrada@idac.gov.do
Seguridad Operacional

                                                     HAITI
Jean Lemerque Pierre                Office National de l’Aviation      Tel.   + 509 2250 0052
Director General                    Civile (OFNAC)                     E-mail jeanlemerque@yahoo.com

Wesner Excelhomme                   Office National de l’Aviation      Tel.    + 509 2250 0052 / 3505 2425 /
Director of Air Navigation          Civile (OFNAC)                     3477 6588
                                                                       E-mail marcpaulemon@yahoo.com

Marc Paulemon                       Office National de l’Aviation      Tel.    + 509 2250 0052
Technical Adviser                   Civile (OFNAC)                     E-mail marcpaulemon@yahoo.com
                                                                       marcpaulemon@hotmail.com

                                                   JAMAICA
Oscar Derby                         Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority   Tel.   + 876 920 5626
Director General                                                       E-mail jcivav@jcaa.gov.jm

                                                   MEXICO
Gabriel Tort                        Dirección General de Aeronáutica   Tel.   + 5255 5011 6405
Director General Adjunto de         Civil                              E-mail gtortflo@sct.gob.mx
Aviación

Ever Molina                         SENEAM                             Tel.   + 5255 5786 5500
Director General                                                       E-mail emolinac@sct.gob.mx
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Name / Position                      Administration / Organization      Telephone / E-mail

Fernando Rojas Ocampo                Dirección General de Aeronáutica
                                     Civil

José I. Gil Jiménez                  Dirección General de Aeronáutica   Tel.     + 5255 5723 9300
Jefe Depto. CTA                      Civil                              Exts. 18074 / 18071
                                                                        E-mail jigiljim@sct.gob.mx

Oscar Vargas Antonio                 Dirección General de Aeronáutica   Tel.    + 5255 5723 9300
Inspector Verificador Aeronáutico    Civil                              Ext. 18074 / 18071
ATS                                                                     E-mail ovargasa@sct.gob.mx

Manuel Rodríguez Santiesteban        Dirección General de Aeronáutica   Tel.    + 5255 5723 9300
Inspector Verificador                Civil                              Ext. 18074 / 18071
                                                                        E-mail mrodsan@sct.gob.mx

Héctor Abraham García Cruz           Dirección General de Aeronáutica   Tel.    + 5255 5723 9300 ext. 18074/71
Inspector Verificador Aeronáutico    Civil                              E-mail hgarcicr@sct.gob.mx;
CNS                                                                     bchector@hotmail.com

Sergio González Chávez               Dirección General de Aeronáutica   Tel.   + 5255 5723 9300 ext. 18074/71
Profesional Ejecutivo de Servicios   Civil                              E-mail egonz310@sct.gob.mx
Especializados

Jaime Mendoza Cano                   Dirección General de Aeronáutica   Tel.   + 5255 5723 9300 ext. 18058
Inspector Verificador Aeronáutico    Civil                              E-mail jmendoca@sct.gob.mx

Félix Rodolfo Olivares               SENEAM                             Tel.   + 5255 5786 5511
Director General Adjunto de                                             E-mail folivaca@sct.gob.mx
Tránsito Aéreo

                                          NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
Vilmo Pieter                         Directorate of Civil Aviation      Tel.     + 5999 839 3319 / 20
Deputy Director                                                         E-mail civilair@gov.an
                                                                        vilmo.pieter@gov.an

Michael Celestijn                    Directorate of Civil Aviation      Tel.   + 5999 839 3313
ADS/ATS Inspector                                                       E-mail mcelestijn@yahoo.com

Cedric Balentien                     Air Traffic Control                Tel.    + 5999 839-3550
CNS Manager                                                             E-mail c.balentien@naatc.an;
                                                                        cedobal@interneeds.net

Micilia Albertus-Verboom             Netherlands Antilles Air Traffic   Tel.   + 5999 839 3506
Director General                     Control                            E-mail m.albertus-verboom@naatc.an

                                                UNITED STATES
Dawn R. H. Veatch                    Federal Aviation Administration    Tel.   + 1202 385 8897
Director, Western Hemisphere                                            E-mail dawn.veatch@faa.gov
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Name / Position                     Administration / Organization     Telephone / E-mail

James White                         Federal Aviation Administration   Tel.   + 1202 267 7605
Deputy Director Airport Safety                                        E-mail james.white@faa.gov
and Standards

Steve Stooksberry                   Federal Aviation Administration   Tel.   + 1202 385 8322
Manager, Offshore and Oceanic                                         E-mail steve.stooksberry@faa.gov
Operations, Air Traffic
Organization

Daniel Vaca                         Federal Aviation Administration   Tel.   + 1202 385 8081
Acting Manager Americas/ICAO                                          E-mail daniel.vaca@faa.gov

Ed Rodriguez                        Federal Aviation Administration   Tel.   + 1202 385 8067
Foreign Affairs Specialist,                                           E-mail ed.rodriguez@faa.gov
Aviation Safety, Flight Standards

Loretta McNeir                      TSA, DHS                          Tel.   + 1954 874 7124
TSA Caribbean Representative                                          E-mail Loretta.mcneir@dhs.gov

                                                   COCESNA
Jorge Vargas
                                      COCESNA                         Tel.   506-2443-8968
Director ACSA
                                      Costa Rica                      E-mail jvargas@cocesna.org
Juan Carlos Trabanino
                                                                      Tel.   502-5704-1750
Director Agencia Centroamericana      COCESNA
                                                                      E-mail jtrabanino@cocesna.org
Navegación Aérea (ACNA)               Honduras
                                                                             charlietangoatc@yahoo.com

                                                    IFALPA
Germán Díaz Barriga
                                                                      Tel.   5255 5202 9160
Executive Vice president CAR/SAM
                                      IFALPA                          E-mail atecnicos@aspa.org.mx
Region
                                                                      germandiazb@prodigy.net.mx

                                                     ICAO
Loretta Martin                      North American, Central           Tel.   + 52 55 5250 3211
Regional Director                   American and Caribbean Office /   E-mail icao_nacc@mexico.icao.int
Directora Regional                  Oficina para Norteamérica,        Web    www.mexico.icao.int
                                    Centroamérica y Caribe (NACC)

Michiel Vreedenburgh                North American, Central           Tel.   + 52 55 5250 3211
Deputy Regional Director            American and Caribbean Office /   E-mail icao_nacc@mexico.icao.int
Director Regional Adjunto           Oficina para Norteamérica,        Web    www.mexico.icao.int
                                    Centroamérica y Caribe (NACC)

Hindupur Sudarshan                  ICAO Headquarters /               Tel.   + 1 514-954-8219
Regional Programme Officer, Air     Sede de la OACI                   E-mail hsudarshan@icao.int
Navigation Bureau                                                     Web    www.icao.int
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Name / Position                    Administration / Organization     Telephone / E-mail

Víctor Hernández                   North American, Central           Tel.   + 52 55 5250 3211
Regional Officer, ATM/SAR          American and Caribbean Office /   E-mail vhernandez@mexico.icao.int
Especialista Regional en           Oficina para Norteamérica,        Web    www.mexico.icao.int
ATM/SAR                            Centroamérica y Caribe (NACC)

Ricardo Delgado                    North American, Central           Tel.   + 52 55 5250 3211
Regional Officer, AVSEC            American and Caribbean Office /   E-mail rdelgado@mexico.icao.int
Especialista Regional en AVSEC     Oficina para Norteamérica,        Web    www.mexico.icao.int
                                   Centroamérica y Caribe (NACC)

Jaime Calderón                     North American, Central           Tel.   + 52 55 5250 3211
Regional Officer, AGA              American and Caribbean Office /   E-mail jecalderon@mexico.icao.int
Especialista Regional en AGA       Oficina para Norteamérica,        Web    www.mexico.icao.int
                                   Centroamérica y Caribe (NACC)


Julio Siu                          North American, Central           Tel.   + 52 55 5250 3211
Regional Officer, CNS              American and Caribbean Office /   E-mail jsiu@mexico.icao.int
Especialista Regional en CNS       Oficina para Norteamérica,        Web    www.mexico.icao.int
                                   Centroamérica y Caribe (NACC)

Raúl Martínez                      North American, Central           Tel.   + 52 55 5250 3211
Regional Officer, AIM              American and Caribbean Office /   E-mail rmartinez@mexico.icao.int
Especialista Regional en AIM       Oficina para Norteamérica,        Web    www.mexico.icao.int
                                   Centroamérica y Caribe (NACC)

Eduardo Chacín                     North American, Central           Tel.   + 52 55 5250 3211
Regional Officer, FS               American and Caribbean Office /   E-mail echacin@mexico.icao.int
Especialista Regional en FS        Oficina para Norteamérica,        Web    www.mexico.icao.int
                                   Centroamérica y Caribe (NACC)

Enrique Camarillo                  North American, Central           Tel.   + 52 55 5250 3211
Regional Officer, MET              American and Caribbean Office /   E-mail ecamarillo@mexico.icao.int
Especialista Regional MET          Oficina para Norteamérica,        Web    www.mexico.icao.int
                                   Centroamérica y Caribe (NACC)

Daniel Ruggiero                    North American, Central           Tel.   + 52 55 5250 3211
Regional Officer, Technical Co-    American and Caribbean Office /   E-mail druggiero@mexico.icao.int
operation                          Oficina para Norteamérica,        Web    www.mexico.icao.int
Especialista Regional en           Centroamérica y Caribe (NACC)
Cooperación Técnica

Jacques Boursiquot                 North American, Central           Tel.   + 52 55 5250 3211
Regional Officer, ATM 2            American and Caribbean Office /   E-mail jboursiquot@mexico.icao.int
Especialista Regional en ATM 2     Oficina para Norteamérica,        Web    www.mexico.icao.int
                                   Centroamérica y Caribe (NACC)
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Agenda Item 1:         Review and Approval of the Draft Meeting Agenda and Schedule


1.1              The Secretariat presented WP/01 inviting the Meeting to approve the draft meeting
agenda and tentative schedule. The Meeting approved the Meeting Agenda as presented in the historical
section of this Report and the Schedule as presented in Appendix B to WP/01.
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Agenda Item 2:           Review of Valid Conclusions from Previous C/CAR/DCA Meetings


2.1              The Secretariat presented WP/02, which reviewed the status of conclusions from previous
meetings of the Central Caribbean Directors of Civil Aviation outstanding since the C/CAR/DCA/10
Meeting held in August 2009. The Meeting agreed that the following conclusions were completed or
superseded by time, events or a subsequent C/CAR/DCA/11 conclusion: 10/1, 10/3, 10/5, 10/6, 10/7,
10/8, 10/9, and 10/10.

2.2             In relation to the valid parts of Conclusion 10/2 (d and e), the Secretariat informed that
the report on the regional analysis of USOAP CSA audit results will be presented at the NACC/DCA/4
Meeting to be held in June/July 2011. Therefore, the Meeting adopted the following replacement
conclusion:

CONCLUSION 11/1                     IMPROVEMENT OF SAFETY OVERSIGHT SYSTEMS

                It is urged that:

                a)       C/CAR States, if so required, consider seeking assistance from ICAO, RASG-
                         PA, RSOOs and/or any other State on a bilateral basis to improve their safety
                         oversight systems, including the resolution of audit findings, implementation of
                         corrective action plans, the provision of training for staff, and the development of
                         procedures and guidance documentation; and

                b)       the ICAO NACC Regional Office, once the USOAP Comprehensive System
                         Approach (CSA) audit cycle has been completed, conduct a regional analysis of
                         the results of audits conducted in the CAR States and present a report to States at
                         the NACC/DCA/4 Meeting, planned for June/July 2011, indicating the probable
                         reasons and possible solutions for the lack of implementation of the eight critical
                         elements of a safety oversight system.

2.3             In relation to the valid parts of Conclusion 10/4 (items b and c), the Secretariat informed
that while the USAP second cycle audit programme was ongoing, the conclusion remained valid. The
Meeting, therefore, adopted the following replacement conclusion:
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CONCLUSION 11/2           ICAO UNIVERSAL SECURITY AUDIT PROGRAMME (USAP)

           That C/CAR States:

           a)     ensure complete and effective implementation of their corrective action plan
                  regarding the recommendations of the USAP first cycle audit report before
                  receiving the USAP second cycle audit, notifying progress on their action plans
                  to ICAO; and

           b)     notify ICAO should any differences identified during the USAP audit remain
                  unaddressed.
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Agenda Item 3:           Review of Results of the CAR Region States/Territories’ Priorities Survey


3.1             The Secretariat presented IP/02 with the summary of the analysis of results of a survey
undertaken during DCA meetings held in the C/CAR, E/CAR and CA sub-regions during 2009 and 2010.
The survey objective was to establish CAR region States/Territories’ priorities for ICAO NACC regional
office events and activities during the next ICAO triennium - 2011 – 2013. The survey results were taken
into consideration in developing the ICAO Business Plan for the next triennium and the future NACC
Regional Office work programme.

3.2             Cuba congratulated the Secretariat on the initiative of the survey and supported its results
from the regional perspective; however, also reminding the Meeting that this in no way should distract
from States’ responsibilities and activities that respond to national priorities, which the Secretariat fully
acknowledged.

3.3               The Netherlands Antilles supported and emphasized the results of the survey, which
reflected that the aerodromes field merits high priority attention in the CAR Region, partly due to
insufficient compliance with ICAO SARPs and the inadequate implementation of aerodrome certification.
The Secretariat informed the Meeting that this fact is also supported by the deficiencies contained in the
GREPECAS Air Navigation Deficiencies Database (GANDD) of which more than half are in the AGA
field. The Secretariat reported that RASG-PA had identified runway excursions as one of the top three
safety risk areas and the group would therefore be focusing actions on improving the safety of aerodrome
facilities and services, including a proposed Airport Safety Summit to be held in 2011.
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Agenda Item 4:         Aviation Safety Matters


                       4.1     Results of the ICAO High-Level Safety Conference


4.1.1          The Secretariat presented WP/03 that refers to the results of the ICAO High-Level Safety
Conference 2010 (HLSC 2010). The HLSC 2010 Report (Doc 9935) and its supplement are available at:
www2.icao.int/en/HLSC/default.aspx

4.1.2          The Secretariat informed that among the recommendations, the HLSC supported
implementation of the State Safety Programme (SSP), Continuous Monitoring Approach (CMA) and the
development of a new Annex that would be dedicated to safety management responsibilities and
processes.

4.1.3           The Secretariat informed that the HLSC made 47 safety recommendations intended to
enhance implementation of a proactive approach to the management of aviation safety risks, and that
during its review, the Air Navigation Commission (ANC) noted that some recommendations and
associated follow-up actions could be grouped together, proposing 36 sets of actions, which would
address all recommendations made during the HLSC.

4.1.4            The Secretariat added that in order to implement all recommendations, additional funds
will be required in the order of US$3.6 million.

4.1.5            Cuba supported the outcome of the HLSC; however, they expressed their concern about
the capability of compliance by some States with the actions proposed by the HLSC in the short-term. In
regard to the new Annex 19 dedicated to safety, Cuba expressed disagreement with the position of not
allowing States to notify their differences as with other ICAO Annexes as per the Chicago Convention.
Cuba also requested that all documentation published by ICAO regarding safety be translated and
published in all ICAO official languages to facilitate timely implementation of new SARPs.


                       4.2     ICAO USOAP Continuous Monitoring Approach (CMA)

4.2.1         The Secretariat presented WP/04, which provided an overview on the continuation of the
ICAO Universal Safety Oversight Audit Programme (USOAP) beyond 2010 and its transformation into
Continuous Monitoring Approach (CMA).

4.2.2         The Meeting was informed that the ICAO High Level Safety Conference (HLSC) 2010
acknowledged that the USOAP had been a major achievement for aviation safety and had provided
measures to evaluate States’ oversight capabilities and identify areas for improvement; the Meeting
unanimously supported implementation of CMA.
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4.2.3           The Meeting was informed that ICAO has planned a detailed transition from 2011 to
2012 leading to the gradual implementation of the full CMA beginning in January 2013.

4.2.4            The Secretariat stated that ICAO recognizes that not all States will have submitted the
relevant safety information by 2013, and for this reason, ICAO will perform various intervention
activities, including CSA audits, limited CSA audits and ICAO Coordinated Validation Missions
(ICVMs) in order to collect missing information or to validate information received. Moreover, ICAO
will provide States, regional organizations and other stakeholders with ongoing CMA training during this
transition period together with appropriate support tools, procedures and guidance material. These
documents will be posted on the ICAO CMA information portal: http://portal.icao.int

4.2.5           Dominican Republic commented that they presented some recommendations to the ICAO
Council about their concerns regarding the transition from the traditional USOAP CSA to CMA.

4.2.6          Cuba commented about their support and commitment to CMA and its implementation in
2013 and the need for transparency by the States in order to comply with their safety obligations.

4.2.7           The Secretariat remarked that CMA will allow the resources of ICAO, member States
and regional organizations to be used more efficiently while also allowing for proactive management of
safety matters.


                        4.3     Regional Aviation Safety Group – Pan America (RASG-PA)

4.3.1            The Secretariat presented WP/05, which provided a progress report on several ongoing
Regional Aviation Safety Group – Pan America (RASG-PA) projects and activities. In response to a
question by Haiti, the Secretariat confirmed that SSP implementation is part of the RASG-PA objectives,
as has been the case with SMS implementation. In this regard, the Dominican Republic informed the
Meeting that the training facility in that State is available for the conduct of any regional or national
training events.

4.3.2            The Secretariat explained that the RASG-PA is aligned with the ICAO Global Aviation
Safety Plan (GASP) and the Industry Safety Strategy Group (ISSG) Global Aviation Safety Roadmap
(GASR). It is the first multi-regional body in the world integrated by government aviation agencies and
industry established to address flight safety issues and complies with the recent ICAO Council approval
of Regional Aviation Safety Groups (RASGs) as a mechanism to address flight safety issues.

4.3.3           The Secretariat mentioned that the GASP will be revised in 2011 in order to include the
State Safety Programme (SSP) and consolidate some of the Global Safety Initiatives (GSIs), and that the
GASP and GASR will be aligned for easy reference. An Aviation Safety Fund is also being established
by ICAO to address, among other objectives, SSP implementation.
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4.3.4           The Secretariat also informed about the progress of RASG-PA with various short-term
Safety Enhancement Initiatives (SEIs) focused on reducing fatal accidents for the top three identified risk
areas: Runway Excursions (RE), Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT) and Loss of Control In-Flight
(LOC-I) events in the NAM/CAR/SAM Regions.

4.3.5            The Secretariat updated the Meeting about the RASG-PA development of a model
legislative framework to protect safety information, which will be presented at the RASG-PA/03 Meeting
in October 2010.

4.3.6          The Secretariat highlighted the success of the 1st Pan American Aviation Safety
Conference and Training Summit held in April 2010 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in partnership with the Air
Transport Association for Latin America and Caribbean (ALTA).

4.3.7        The Secretariat encouraged           the   Meeting    to   visit   the   RASG-PA     website:
www.mexico.icao.int/RASGPA.html

4.3.8             The Secretariat encouraged States to use ECCAIRS for collecting, sharing and analyzing
their safety information. This will facilitate RASG-PA activity in determining ongoing risk areas.

4.3.9           Dominican Republic, as the RASG-PA/03 host State, invited the Meeting to participate in
the event being held from 25 to 29 October 2010, in Punta Cana.

4.3.10           Cuba committed to participate more actively in RASG-PA and asked for better
coordination of the regional events to avoid overlapping of activities.

4.3.11          The Secretariat mentioned that ICAO Headquarters will assign some funds for RASG-PA
operations and is developing best practice material for RASGs.

4.3.12          The Secretariat expressed that the success of RASG-PA is dependent on the commitment,
participation and contributions of its members from States and industry alike by providing financial and
in-kind support, and that results to-date have been achieved only through the support of RASG-PA
members. The Meeting therefore adopted the following replacement conclusion for previous Conclusion
10/3:
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CONCLUSION 11/3                  REGIONAL AVIATION SAFETY GROUP – PAN AMERICA
                                 (RASG-PA)

                That C/CAR States and Territories:

                a)       continue supporting RASG-PA by assigning appropriate level representatives to
                         attend meetings and participate in projects; provide contributions including:
                         experts, training, hosting events, and sharing safety information, experience and
                         tools; and

                b)       ensure the attendance of Civil Aviation Authority Directors General, high-level
                         officials from airport operators, air navigation service providers (ANSPs),
                         airlines and other key aviation stakeholders at the RASG-PA/03 Meeting to be
                         held in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, from 25 to 29 October 2010.


                         4.4     Other Aviation Safety Matters

4.4.1            Cuba presented IP/07 on actions taken to reduce runway incursions by establishing a
requirement to implement Local Working Groups for each aerodrome to develop work plans to achieve
established safety goals.

4.4.2           Furthermore, the representative mentioned that the ICAO Manual on the Prevention of
Runway Incursions (Doc. 9870) was taken as a reference for development of a Cuban Aeronautical
Regulation (RAC) and that this regulation constitutes the basic guidelines to be applied by aircraft
operators, aerodromes and air navigation service providers.

4.4.3            United States presented IP/12 on airfield safety, informing the Meeting that the FAA
places a high priority on improving airfield safety. In partnership with the industry, airport operators, and
air traffic controllers, many measures have been implemented to reduce the risk of runway incursions.
The presentation referred to enhancement of markings, lighting for pilot guidance, systems for detecting
foreign object (debris) damage (FOD), and reducing the presence of birds and wildlife at airports.
Furthermore, the advantages of implementing engineered materials arresting systems (EMAS) on
runways for overruns were highlighted.

4.4.4           The Secretariat commented that ICAO has been putting a lot of effort into runway safety.
One measure recently included as an amendment to Annex 14, Vol. I, is the enhanced taxiway centerline
markings for runway incursion prevention. With regard to new technology, ICAO continues to work on
technological solutions for runway incursions.

4.4.5           The Secretariat also referred to the last AGA/AOP/SG Meeting held in November 2009,
where a WP was presented related to runway safety. As a conclusion from the meeting, States were urged
to inform the ICAO Regional Offices on the best practices used in each State for runway incursion
prevention. From the several letters received in the CAR Region, it was evident that ICAO Doc. 9870 was
used as reference along with the ICAO Runway Safety Toolkit for runway safety operations.
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4.4.6            The Secretariat commented that several of the measures described by United States are
not presently contemplated in ICAO SARPs but that the ICAO Aerodromes Panel and its Aerodrome
Design and Visual Aids Working Groups were reviewing proposals for amendments to Annex 14. Issues
currently being reviewed by ICAO include technological solutions to runway incursions, e.g., runway
status lights (RWSL) and Final Approach Runway Occupancy Signal (FAROS) and runway end arresting
systems, e.g., EMAS. Regarding EMAS, this will be included in ICAO manuals as an option to mitigate
associated risks with aircraft overruns. The issue of wildlife and bird hazards at airports is dealt with in
the Region by the CAR/SAM Regional Bird/Wildlife Hazard Prevention Committee (CARSAMPAF); the
next conference will be held during the first week of September in Costa Rica.

4.4.7            The Secretariat informed the Meeting of the ICAO Global Runway Safety Conference
planned for April 2011 at ICAO Headquarters in Montreal. The Secretariat will also undertake a gap
analysis of the ICAO Runway Safety Programme.
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Agenda Item 5:          Aviation Security (AVSEC) Matters

                        5.1     Results of the First NAM/CAR/SAM Regional Aviation Security and
                                Facilitation Group Meeting (AVSEC/FAL/RG-PA/1)


5.1.1           The Secretariat presented WP/06, a summary of the First NAM/CAR/SAM Regional
Aviation Security and Facilitation Group Meeting (AVSEC/FAL/RG-PA/1) that was held in Port-of-
Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 12 to 14 May 2010.

5.1.2            The Meeting was informed that the AVSEC/FAL/RG-PA/1 established the need to have a
Regional Aviation Security Team (RST) composed of AVSEC experts from the NAM/CAR/SAM regions
to assist those States/Territories that need to improve implementation of their Corrective Action Plan as a
result of the recommendations from the Universal Security Audit Programme (USAP) audits and other
needs to comply with the Standards and Recommended Practices in Annex 17.

5.1.3           It was informed that the AVSEC/FAL/RG-PA/1 established an Action Plan that includes
improvement in three key AVSEC fields: Personnel Qualifications, Training and Human Factors;
Quality Control and Oversight Systems; and the Communications and Information exchange of the States.
It was highlighted that the commitment of the member States for effective participation in the
AVSEC/FAL/RG-PA will determine the efficiency and success of the objectives and the implementation
of the Action Plan.

5.1.4            Additionally, the Meeting was informed about the progress in negotiations between
ICAO and Canada to extend to the Third Phase of the ICAO/Transport Canada Security Awareness
Training Programme for the 2011-2013 triennium to continue assistance to CAR/SAM Region
States/Territories. The Third Phase is expected to start with AVSEC National Inspectors Courses and
continue with National Civil Aviation Security Training Programme Workshops, and eventually, Machine
Readable Travel Documents (MRTD). Once the programme becomes official, it was requested that States
agree to training.

5.1.5           In accordance with the new ICAO Comprehensive Aviation Security Strategy (ICASS),
which is expected to replace the current AVSEC Plan of Action following the upcoming session of the
ICAO Assembly, and in the spirit of the Joint Declaration on Civil Aviation Security for the Americas
adopted at the recent high-level ministerial meeting held in Mexico City last February, the Secretary
urged States/Territories of the C/CAR to commit to participate in and contribute to the AVSEC/FAL/RG-
PA and its objectives, activities and Action Plan.

5.1.6           The Meeting was informed that the implementation of the Action Plan started on 1 July
2010, with State/Territory nominations of AVSEC/FAL/RG-PA representatives and alternates and RST
experts. The Meeting was informed that the conclusions and decision presented in Appendix A to WP/06
were approved by correspondence with States on 30 June 2010. The Terms of Reference and Action Plan
were presented in Appendix B to WP/06.
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5.1.7             The Secretary requested that those C/CAR States that had not yet identified their
representatives and alternates do so, as soon as possible. Aruba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica,
Netherland Antilles, and United Kingdom were among those needing to identify representatives and
alternates. The representatives of Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica and Netherland Antilles informed
that they will provide notification of their representatives for the AVSEC/FAL/RG-PA to ICAO upon
return to their respective States. During the course of the meeting, Jamaica and Haiti officially identified
their representatives.

5.1.8           The importance of fully informing appropriate AVSEC authorities from States and other
high-level governmental entities with responsibility for AVSEC matters about the newly established
multi-regional group and having them participate actively was highlighted by the Secretary. The Meeting
was asked to make contact with appropriate AVSEC entities in their States/Territories in order to ensure
maximum benefit and contribution to successful group outcomes and thus improve aviation security
throughout the Pan American regions.

5.1.9            The Meeting was also informed that as a result of ICAO participation in the Third Latin
American Civil Aviation Commission (LACAC) FAL/AVSEC Group Meeting held from 5 to 6 July
2010, in Montevideo, Uruguay, ICAO presented a similar WP to propose combining the LACAC
FAL/AVSEC Group with the NAM/CAR/SAM Regional Aviation Security and Facilitation Group
(AVSEC/FAL/RG-PA) into a single Pan-American group that involves all States of the NAM/CAR/SAM
Regions. That proposal was accepted by the LACAC Meeting and committed the secretaries of both
groups to work together with the objective to join the two groups into one AVSEC/FAL Regional Group
in order to avoid duplication, exhausting limited resources, and harmonizing AVSEC/FAL activities for
the benefit of the NAM/CAR/SAM States/Territories. Cuba and Jamaica congratulated ICAO for that
initiative, and Cuba stressed that ICAO should lead the Secretariat for such an AVSEC/FAL Regional
Group for the Americas.

5.1.10          The Meeting therefore adopted the following replacement conclusion for Conclusion
10/6:
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CONCLUSION 11/4           NAM/CAR/SAM REGIONAL AVIATION SECURITY                            AND
                          FACILITATION GROUP (AVSEC/FAL/RG-PA)

           That C/CAR States:

           a)     ensure that Civil Aviation Authorities provide a copy of the report of the First
                  NAM/CAR/SAM Regional Aviation Security and Facilitation Group Meeting
                  (AVSEC/FAL/RG-PA/1) to the appropriate aviation security (AVSEC)
                  authorities and high-level Governmental entities related to AVSEC within their
                  States;

           b)     nominate AVSEC/FAL/RG-PA member representatives and alternates;

           c)     nominate Regional Security Team (RST) members, on a voluntary basis, to form
                  a team of AVSEC experts available to undertake assistance to States on
                  contribution-in-kind basis with any travel and per diem costs covered by funds
                  provided by donors;

           d)     keep ICAO continuously informed of their Aviation Security (AVSEC) and
                  Facilitation (FAL) Points-of-Contact; and

           e)     support ICAO future AVSEC strategies by hosting ICAO AVSEC training
                  activities and continuing to furnish qualified personnel as instructors for ICAO
                  sponsored training events.
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Agenda Item 6:           Air Navigation Matters


                         6.1     Results of the Eighth Central Caribbean Working Group Meeting
                                 (C/CAR/WG/8)

6.1.1           The Secretariat presented WP/7 and the Meeting reviewed the results of the discussions
and draft conclusions of the Eighth Meeting of the Central Caribbean Working Group (C/CAR/WG/8).
The Meeting approved, without modifications, Draft Conclusions 8/1, 8/2, 8/3, 8/5 and 8/6 and made
minor modification to Conclusion 8/4, which appear in Appendix A to this part of the Report.

6.1.2            The Meeting noted that the Performance-Based Air Navigation Implementation Plan for
the NAM/CAR Regions (NAM/CAR RPBANIP) integrates different strategies with regional
implementation needs and establishes a link with NEXTGEN and SESAR implementation plans
developed by United States and Europe, respectively. With this work, the CAR Region becomes
integrated with the ICAO ATM operational concept vision through harmonized, inter-operational, flexible
and dynamic action plans with an implementation horizon from 2010 to 2016.

6.1.3           As a result, it was noted that an action plan was developed by the C/CAR/WG, and that
the results achieved will be presented periodically. With regard to navigation system(s) performance
monitoring, the Meeting noted the progress presented by the C/CAR/WG to develop regional metrics for
safety and efficiency matters. Appendix B to this part of the Report presents the performance metrics
developed by the C/CAR/WG in response to Conclusion 10/7.

6.1.4          The Meeting noted that ICAO will convene the 12th Air Navigation Conference (AN-
Conf/12) in November 2012. It also noted that ICAO will be updating the Global Air Navigation Plan,
which along with the regional air navigation plan, will be available in electronic format as a web-based
management tool.

6.1.5            Based on a SAR Evaluation Matrix, the Meeting agreed that States/Territories will assess
their respective SAR capabilities and available resources and send the information to the Rapporteur of
the SAR Task Force in order for the results to be discussed at the next NACC/WG/4 Meeting in April
2011.

6.1.6           It was noted in NI/09 that Cuba currently has a National Aeronautical and Maritime
Search and Rescue Plan that includes the tasks, duties and missions of the Central State Administration
Organizations (OACE) at the three foreseen coordination levels, as well as the necessary procedures for
the coordination and planning of the system, communications, conduct of search and rescue operations,
training programmes and training drills, thus complying with ICAO and IMO requirements.

6.1.7            It was also noted that Cuba has the necessary means for search and rescue of injured
persons in vessels and aircraft, as well as the necessary measures to support the specialists participating in
the search and rescue activities.
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6.1.8            The Meeting took note of the project to reduce lateral separation in the Gulf of Mexico
(GoM) from 100 NM to 50 NM and implement a more efficient RNAV route structure. In view that the
tentative target for implementation is in the fourth quarter of 2011, it was deemed advisable that ICAO
coordinate the expansion of this project with the rest of the CAR Region through the establishment of
additional routes to increase airspace capacity, add more direct, cost efficient routes, and reduce delays
during periods of heavy traffic volume. In following-up to Conclusions 8/2 and 8/5 of Appendix A to this
part of the Report, the Meeting took note that the ICAO NACC Regional Office has coordinated the
tentative dates of 21 to 23 September 2010, with States involved, to initiate work on regional
implementation of corresponding operational improvements.

6.1.9           The Meeting noted that the top two categories, M and N, continue to account for
approximately 97% of reported LHDs. It was noted that approximately 20% of all LHDs categorized as
M and N is attributed to the border between the Curacao and Santo Domingo FIRs; specifically, over the
VESKA and BEROX reporting points (see figure 1).




                            Reporting Point VESKA and Surrounding FIRs

6.1.10           It was agreed that this issue between Netherlands Antilles, Dominican Republic and Haiti
corresponds to a priority “A” deficiency that should be investigated further by those States/Territories. In
this regard, the Dominican Republic informed that a meeting between the three States is planned for by
the end of July 2010.

6.1.11          Likewise, the Meeting agreed that the analysis of LHD reports developed by the
GREPECAS Scrutiny Working Group (GTE) does not correspond to current safety levels. Nevertheless,
based on the regional strategy for the integration of ATM automated systems approved by GREPECAS,
the Meeting concurred with encouraging certain tasks to improve ATM situational awareness.

6.1.12         Cuba presented NI/06 concerning actions taken to resolve operational errors in the
coordination cycle between adjacent area control centres, including the timely implementation of data
communications between air traffic service provider facilities. The following are some of the
implemented actions:

                -       reinforcement of ATC supervision;
                -       implementation of training programmes, highlighting the main importance of
                        team work and the proper coordination among ATS units;
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                -       proper review and application of operational letters of agreement, including
                        information exchange on coordination incidents among ATC units; and
                -       initial of steps to implement air traffic services inter-facility data communication
                        (AIDC).

6.1.13          The actions put into practice have allowed a remarkable reduction of operational errors in
the coordination cycle among ATC units.

6.1.14          The implemented corrective actions are being expanded in the framework of the
application of the Safety Management System (SMS) for ATS, using as an essential work tool ICAO
Circular 314 - Threat and Error Management (TEM) in Air Traffic Control.


6.1.15      The Meeting approved the revised Terms of Reference and Work Programme of the
C/CAR/WG. The updated version is presented in Appendix C to this part of the Report.


                        6.2     Implementation of the New Flight Plan Format

6.2.1           The Secretariat presented WP/08 with information on the regional strategy and activities
for the implementation of the ICAO new Flight Plan Format (FPL), including the regional performance-
based action plan to achieve successful and timely coordinated implementation of the ICAO new Flight
Plan Format.

6.2.2             The Meeting took note that although the changes are due to be implemented by 15
November 2012, the amount of resources required both in terms of funding and staff support is
considerable. It was recognized that the ICAO new FPL Format shall continue to be consistent with that
currently used; however, a number of changes will be required in the description of fields used in the
flight plan format, as well as possible additional capacity of automated systems, analysis of human factors
impact, training, cost-benefit aspects, etc. The Meeting also took note that this implementation will not
affect flight plan data transmission through the AFTN or improvements with data transmission using the
AMHS.

6.2.3            It was observed that this implementation will require major effort and commitment from
States in order to achieve harmonized global implementation and transition. Therefore, States and
Territories should consider the following actions.

                •       Appointment of a senior project manager that normally reports to the DGCA and
                        is a member of the CAA’s directors, who is given sole accountability for the
                        success of his or her State to make the changes required to meet the dates
                        outlined in the amendment to the ICAO flight plan format.
                •       This project manager will report State FPL implementation progress to the
                        DGCA and identify any deviation from the activities and timelines regionally
                        agreed.
                •       This project manager will ensure that sufficient resources, both staff and
                        financial, are available to meet the demands of the implementation project.
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                •       This project manager will ensure that these changes are afforded the highest
                        priority as a safety issue.

6.2.4          It is likely that the project manager will have a State point-of-contact (PoC) reporting to
him/her who will be responsible for representing the State at regional meetings and workshops to discuss
FPL 2012 implementation. This PoC will be the communications channel to and from the ICAO NACC
Regional Office and will have responsibility for coordinating the regional tasks required to meet
implementation changes.

6.2.5           The Meeting took note that ICAO has developed a website called Flight Implementation
Tracking System (FITS) where implementation status of the new provisions in all flight information
regions (FIRs) will be registered. Information and issues related to implementation will be uploaded onto
this website and PoCs designated by States/Territories can use the site to exchange information.

6.2.6           United States presented IP/10 on a phased transition strategy for the new FPL in
accordance with work of the various ICAO Working Groups. This strategy provides for early transition
of regional ANSPs followed by a period for airspace users and third party providers to test and implement
changes to their flight planning systems. The FAA transition period is 1 January through 15 November
2012, as follows:

                •       Phase 1 (1 January to 31 March 2012) - ANSPs software delivery and internal
                        testing.
                •       Phase 2 (1 April to 30 June 2012) - ANSPs external testing and implementation.
                •       Phase 3 (1 July to 15 November 2012) - Airspace users testing and
                        implementation.

6.2.7            The FAA provides guidance to filers online at the following URL:
www.faa.gov/ato?k=fpl. The website includes information on the FAA implementation of Amendment 1
(“General Information” then “ICAO 2012”) and on monthly telcons, which discuss flight plan filing
issues with the user community (“General Information” then “Flight Plan Filer (FPF) Telcons”).

6.2.8            The FAA has developed briefing materials, which provide an overview of ICAO
guidance and the changes introduced by Amendment 1. These materials have been presented at several
regional seminars and are available at www.faa.gov/go/fpl2012 or upon request at
frederick.ctr.carmona@faa.gov.


                        6.3     Implementation of Performance Based Navigation (PBN)

6.3.1            The Secretariat presented WP/09 on approach procedure implementation progress by
States/Territories of the CAR Region, as well as the development of a PBN airspace concept in
accordance with the implementation tasks of the C/CAR/WG.
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6.3.2           It was noted that the traffic growth foreseen in upcoming years will be approximately 4%
to 6%. Therefore, increased demand for direct routes outside the airways, and the possible
implementation of additional routes might lead to saturation in the various airspaces in the medium-term,
which would complicate airspace management in the CAR Region. This scenario requires the
development of a PBN airspace concept to support the implementation of routes and PBN procedures, as
well as continuous descent operations (CDO).

6.3.3             In accordance with ICAO Assembly Resolution A36-23, CAR States have implemented
PBN procedures during 2010. Information on international airports that have implemented RNAV/RNP
procedures are shown in Appendix A to WP/09. The Meeting recognized that in spite of the progress
shown, greater allocation of resources is required to implement PBN procedures (RNAV/RNP) in
terminal areas and international airports in the Region. In this regard, Dominican Republic informed that
it will be publishing additional procedures for its airports soon.

6.3.4          Note was taken that with the aim of optimizing the ATS route network, the ICAO NACC
Regional Office organized a workshop, Developing a PBN Airspace Concept, from 5 to 7 July 2010.
During the workshop, the PBN airspace concept was reviewed (included in Appendix B to WP/09),
including improvements to the RNAV route network, which could be gradually implemented in three
stages by C/CAR States/Territories and COCESNA.

6.3.5           PBN implementation will provide improvements to lower and upper airspace
organization and management (AOM), navigation infrastructure network, and will also have an impact on
airport operations, requirements of ATM automation enhancements, airspace and airport demand and
capacity, provision of meteorological information, harmonized WGS-84 coordinate implementation, and
PBN information publication in the AIP, etc.

6.3.6           Cuba presented WP/15 on the status of compliance with A36-23. The aeronautical
authority in Cuba developed and published a resolution on GNSS Navigation in the Havana FIR. The
resolution specifies the operational requirements to be met by air operators for the use of GNSS
navigation in the Havana FIR. Likewise, Cuba has established a National Plan for PBN Implementation
with a team of professionals to support the implementation work.

6.3.7             Netherlands Antilles informed they have published their PBN Implementation Plan and
offered it to the meeting participants for review.
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                         6.4     Other Air Navigation Matters

                Considerations on Implementation of ICAO Standards for Electronic Terrain and
                Obstacles Data (e-TOD)

6.4.1             The Meeting reviewed and discussed WP/16, presented by Cuba, related to difficulties
faced regarding planning and implementation of the ICAO Annex 15 Standard on electronic terrain and
obstacles data (e-TOD). In this regard, several comments on the difficulty of implementing the associated
SARPs within the timeframe stipulated by ICAO due to inadequate preparation and training or absence of
guidance material in all ICAO official languages, especially in Spanish. It was stated that Annex 15,
among others, constitutes a noteworthy example of the inadequate introduction of new SARPs,
specifically in regard to e-TOD, by means of Amendment 33 that introduced Chapter 10 and Appendix 8,
and in particular, Amendment 36, approved on February 22, 2010, whereby Chapter 10 is restructured
and e-TOD applicability dates are extended maintaining Area 1 for November 18, 2010; Area 2
components (2a, 2b, 2c and 2d) starting from November 12, 2015; and Areas 3 and 4 without
implementation dates established.

6.4.2            In this regard, the Secretariat informed the Meeting that ICAO is working to develop
guidance material and related e-TOD documents, such as Doc 9881, whose translation has been initiated
in the Spanish language, as well as an amendment that updates its contents aligning them with Annex 15.
It was also informed that ICAO Headquarters is preparing more guidance on this issue, using
EUROCONTROL experience for implementation and training aspects, and that they will soon be
available for States in both Spanish and English.

6.4.3           Cuba also pointed out the availability of e-TOD, which disappeared as a standard in the
text of Amendment 36, and was left as a “Note” indicating its application to air navigation where e-TOD
could be used, a situation that may lead to confusion as to the interpretation since this does not constitute
part of the SARPs. The Secretariat will investigate this issue with the Headquarters MET/AIM Section to
determine which interpretation should be provided to States, and when a correct interpretation of its
application could be available.

6.4.4            It was also noted that implementation of e-TOD requires disbursement of significant
financial resources for the provision of technology to guarantee accuracy, precision and integrity of the
information to be obtained and made available, as well as the sophisticated methods and means that need
to be used in most cases to obtain these data that are not within the economic capability of all States,
especially for the extension of Area 1, which covers the whole national territory. Therefore, it was urged
to consider the cost/benefit relationship of the implementation of this Standard, which was proposed
before 2004 and still without implementation progress as of 2010.

6.4.5           Considering the above, the Secretariat highlighted the importance that projects such as
PBN represent for the provision of these type of terrain and obstacles data and how new technologies in
air navigation imply highly important changes in services and products that States should provide to
users.
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6.4.6           In line with Draft Conclusion 12/8 of the GREPECAS AIM Subgroup, approved by the
fast-track mechanism, Cuba expressed its concerns and difficulties with understanding the
implementation of e-TOD in the context of transition to Aeronautic Information Management stating
emphatically that they are not in agreement with the implementation of the Area 1 (all national territory)
requirement.

6.4.7          The Meeting was invited to provide comments and considerations related to the
implementation of e-TOD to attain training activities that develop skills and aptitudes required by staff
involved in Aeronautical Information Management implementation in the context of global Air Traffic
Management (ATM) as foreseen in the operational concept. In this regard, the Secretariat reiterated its
commitment to obtain the requested information and present it to States as soon as available.

6.4.8             The Secretariat indicated that ICAO is aware of the importance of providing guidance
material in all ICAO official languages in order to assist States with implementation of new standards in a
timely manner. Therefore, ICAO is accelerating the translation process to send States, as soon as possible,
the mentioned documentation. The Secretariat also commented that to this end, training programmes
should be considered as a commitment between States and ICAO because seminars and workshops cannot
be held if States do not host such training events. Additionally, the Secretariat expressed the importance
of having States provide their comments with respect to proposals for amendment to Annexes, as the
development and approval process of ICAO SARPs allows States the opportunity to provide comments
for consideration before final application of the respective amendment.

6.4.9           Lastly, Cuba informed the Meeting and the Secretariat that a document will be sent to
ICAO notifying of the difference with Amendment 36 regarding what is contained in Chapter 10, para
10.1.3, of Annex 15; a series of related considerations and comments were also included.

                States SARPs Compliance for First Phase Activities for the Transition to AIM

6.4.10           The Secretariat presented IP/03 on State compliance with SARPs in regard to the first
phase activities for the transition to AIM. The Meeting commented on the importance of State
compliance with the SARPS in the initial phases of the transition to AIM; especially, implementation of
the requirements for global transition of Aeronautical Information Services (AIS) to Aeronautical
Information Management (AIM) as described in ICAO Annex 15 and the ICAO Roadmap for the
Transition of AIS to AIM, which has been submitted to the States, Territories and International
Organizations of the CAR Region supporting that transition process.
  
6.4.11           The Secretariat highlighted that in order to satisfy ATM operational concept needs, the
current AIS service must make the transition to Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) in the
medium term due to the significantly different method of managing and supplying aeronautical
information/data, given its data centric nature. The Civil Aviation Authorities were asked to recognize the
critical nature of aeronautical information for ATM systems and other users in the aeronautical industry,
as well as the entire spectrum of Gate-to-Gate concept requirements.
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6.4.12          The Meeting was informed that ICAO is making greater efforts to determine profiles for
required AIM personnel and skills and knowledge required in order to modify the existing guidance
material and develop new guidelines and training under the TRAINAIR programme to assist States and
their AIS organizations in the transition process. Under this item, the Secretariat commented that efforts
to carry out an AIM Seminar during 2010 were underway and a host State was being sought. In this
regard, Jamaica kindly offered to serve as host and proposed the seminar for the tentative dates of 18-20
October 2010.  
   
6.4.13          The Secretariat invited States/Territories and International Organizations to comply with
Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the roadmap as soon as possible. Additionally, States/Territories and
International Organizations should implement AIM requirements in the near term, and consider ATS
plans and the implementation process in order to assign priority to PBN implementation activities where
AIM has an relevant role.
 
6.4.14          The Meeting took note that information on this subject could be obtained by contacting
the ICAO NACC Regional Office or the ICAO website: http://www2.ICAO.int/en/anb/met-
aim/aim/Pages/RoadmapfromAIStoAIM.aspx


                ICAO Regional Technical Cooperation Project for the Caribbean Region –
                Implementation of the Performance Based Air Navigation Systems (RLA/09/801)

6.4.15        The Secretariat presented WP/10 on the ICAO Regional Technical Cooperation Project
for the Caribbean Region, “Implementation of Performance-Based Air Navigation Systems”
(RLA/09/801).

6.4.16           The Meeting noted that on 19 July 2010, ICAO hosted the Project Preparatory Meeting,
which served as an essential step in the development and approval process of the project and acting as the
final consultation process with States and Territories. During the meeting, the project was presented and
the schedule and Project Document were reviewed.

6.4.17           The Secretariat, the Project Steering Committee Members and other States and Territories
participating in the Project Preparatory Meeting agreed that an ICAO regional technical cooperation
mechanism is the most cost-effective and efficient approach for the implementation of the performance-
based air navigation regional plan because ICAO:

                •   has an established mechanism for assistance and management of projects;
                •   successfully implemented a similar project in the SAM Region;
                •   ensures a transparent and non-profit financial mechanism;
                •   offers the professional resources of the ICAO NACC Regional Office; and
                •   has a database of qualified technical experts and equipment providers.
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6.4.18            The Meeting considered that the equal funding by all participant States might not be
equitable; therefore, an Ad Hoc Group was formed with members from Cuba, Jamaica, and Trinidad and
Tobago to develop a proposal for a financial contribution mechanism based on the criteria of nternational
passenger arrivals, aircraft movements in the airport, and the number of international aircraft operating
en-route flights transiting through the FIR managed by each of the States/Territories.

6.4.19           Dominican Republic expressed that they will participate in the project provided the initial
financial contribution of US$ 25,000 by all States is maintained. Netherlands Antilles mentioned that they
need to study the Project Document and refer it to the authorities for consideration. United States supports
the scope of the project and intends to participate.

6.4.20           The Secretariat expressed that even though there are different views on some aspects,
agreement was reached on the launch of and support to the project, and that all in all, the Steering
Committee, whose membership will be comprised of the representatives of participating States, will
define the contributions of States based on the principle of cost recovery in a fair manner for all the
participating States. The project will commence with a fixed contribution by participating States of US$
25,000.

6.4.21          In view of the aforementioned, the Meeting adopted the following conclusion:

CONCLUSION 11/5                          ICAO  REGIONAL   TECHNICAL  COOPERATION
                                         PROJECT FOR THE CARIBBEAN REGION ON THE
                                         IMPLEMENTATION OF PERFORMANCE BASED AIR
                                         NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
                That:

                a)      ICAO finalize and send the Project Document to all CAR States/Territories by 30
                        July 2010, seeking their participation;

                b)      C/CAR States/Territories be urged to support and participate in the performance-
                        based regional technical cooperation project, leading to a seamless and cost
                        effective global ATM system;

                c)      States notify ICAO by 30 September 2010, or as soon as practicable thereafter, of
                        their intent to participate in the project and initiate the process to sign the Project
                        Document and deposit the financial contribution; and

                d)      ICAO and States/Territories be urged to seek financial and other assistance from
                        all possible sources to facilitate their participation in the project and minimize the
                        annual fee.
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                Outcome of the ICAO Workshop on ATM Situational Awareness Improvements for the
                NAM/CAR Regions

6.4.22         The Secretariat presented IP/11, which informed the Meeting of the improvement
proposals that were formulated during the ICAO Workshop on ATM Situational Awareness
Improvements for the NAM/CAR Regions held from 8 to 10 July 2010, at the ICAO NACC Regional
Office. The main goals were the identification of ATM situational awareness improvements in the
NAM/CAR Regions based on potential operational benefits and the proposal of action plans for
implementation and follow-up by the CAR Region working groups. The workshop objectives,
programme and summary are available on http://www.mexico.icao.int/Meetings/ATMAwareness.html.

6.4.23         The aforementioned workshop followed-up on Global Plan Initiative (GPI) - 9 -
Situational awareness and the NAM/CAR Regional Performance-Based Air Navigation Implementation
Plan (NAM/CAR RPBANIP) Regional Performance Objective No. 7 - Improve ATM situational
awareness, applying ICAO SARPs and guidance material, as well as the Regional GREPECAS
Automation Implementation Strategy and ICD Document.

6.4.24       In this regard, the Meeting recognized the importance of the workshop results and
improvement proposals included in IP/11 and approved followed-up on these proposals by the
C/CAR/WG in coordination and with the assistance of the ICAO NACC Regional Office.


                Follow-up, Cooperation and Participation in the ICAO RLA/03/902 – SACCSA Project
                Linked to the GNSS implementation in the CAR/SAM Regions

6.4.25          The Meeting was informed, through WP/11 and IP/04 from the Secretariat, on the
activities of RLA/03/902 Project – Transition to the GNSS in the CAR/SAM regions - Solution of
augmentation for the Caribbean, Central and South America (SACCSA) since the C/CAR/DCA/10
Meeting, including the status of Phase III of the RLA/03/902 - SACCSA Project related to GNSS
implementation.

6.4.26           The Meeting recognized that the tasks of Phase III of the RLA/03/902 - SACCSA Project
go further than just defining an SBAS, which is its main objective. It contributes to the needs of ongoing
GNSS projects in the CAR/SAM Regions, using stations in locations with complicated ionosphere
conditions and their data.

6.4.27         Based on the information and considerations, the Meeting agreed to formulate the
following conclusion:
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CONCLUSION 11/6                   PARTICIPATION IN, FOLLOW-UP TO AND COOPERATION
                                  WITH THE RLA/03/902 – SACCSA PROJECT, PHASE III

                 That, with a view to following-up and supporting the studies on technical-financial
                 feasibility of SBAS implementation in the CAR/SAM Regions that the RLA/03/902 -
                 SACCSA Project is carrying out and its contribution to general GNSS implementation,
                 the Central Caribbean States and International Organizations (CASSOS, IATA, ALTA,
                 etc.) are urged to:

                 a)      join, actively participate in, and follow-up on Phase III of the mentioned Project;
                         and

                 b)      foster the coordination, cooperation and assistance of their respective national
                         research and development bodies with the Project to provide
                         technological/scientific support and contribute to the work, dissemination and
                         application of this knowledge among specialized bodies, users, and the Central
                         Caribbean Working Group, as well as to obtain benefits of the GNSS in other
                         interested sectors of States.

                 New ATC Simulator in Cuba and its Impact on ATS SMS

6.4.28          Cuba presented NI/05 and informed the Meeting on the new ATC simulators they have
available for regional training. The need for further information on training centres available to
collaborate with other States/Territories of the C/CAR training was recognized.

6.4.29           Cuba’s new ATC simulator, which has the capacity to simultaneously train six radar
controllers and three aerodrome controllers with Cuban ATC instructors, has become a resource to
measure the performance of air traffic controllers, and also allows for the re-creation of actual air traffic
control incidents and modeling and testing procedures before their official publication. The simulators are
an important tool supporting “personnel training” in the context of ATS SMS within the Havana FIR.

6.4.30            Haiti congratulated Cuba, who in turn offered the facility to assist that State in satisfying
its future training requirements.

                 Civil Aviation and the Environment

6.4.31          The Secretariat presented IP/08 providing a summary of current ICAO activities related
to environmental protection. The summary, while highlighting the outcomes of the Eighth Meeting of the
ICAO Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP/8) and the ICAO Colloquium on
Aviation and Climate Change, discussed the preparations for the upcoming 37th session of the ICAO
Assembly. In support of ICAO environmental goals, the Meeting noted that CAEP has taken a structured
approach of first quantifying the environmental impacts and then establishing mitigation measures to
address the impacts.
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6.4.32          The CNS/ATM environmental assessment document to be developed by CAEP and
ICAO experts is intended to inform States, airports, ANSPs and PIRGs on environmental impacts
assessment (including both engine emissions and noise) related to proposed operational procedures
changes, airspace redesigns, and other similar operational aspects. It is envisioned that globally agreed
methodologies to account for benefits from operational changes could facilitate access to financial
resources from green/environmental sources.

6.4.33         The Meeting encouraged States to consider environmental issues in the planning and
implementation of regional air navigation systems and develop action plans on reducing international
aviation CO2 emissions and submit them to ICAO.
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                                     APPENDIX A
                          C/CAR/WG/8 MEETING CONCLUSIONS

CONCLUSION 8/1              IMPROVE SAR SYSTEMS IN THE C/CAR

     That:

     a)      States/Territories of the C/CAR and COCESNA review and update existing SAR
             Agreements and seek permission for SAR Units from other States to provide SAR
             assistance within the jurisdiction of another State;
     b)      States/Territories of the C/CAR and COCESNA establish proper coordination between
             civil and military authorities for an efficient use of all available SAR resources;
     c)      States/Territories of the C/CAR and COCESNA review SAR staffing requirements;
     d)      States/Territories of the C/CAR and COCESNA review the response capacity in the
             C/CAR;
     e)      States/Territories of the C/CAR and COCESNA complete the SAR Matrix (refer to
             Appendix C to this part of the report) (refer to Attachment 1 to Appendix A to WP/07)
             and submit it to the C/CAR SAR Task Force Rapporteur (Mr. Antonio Piron, Dominican
             Republic, e-mail: pironb@gmail.com) by 31 December 2010; and
     f)      the SAR Task Force Rapporteur present to the NACC/WG/4 meeting the progress made
             to improve SAR service in the C/CAR.

CONCLUSION 8/2              EXTENSION OF RNAV ROUTES IN THE GULF OF MEXICO
                            TOWARDS THE CAR REGION

     That:

     a)      United States and Mexico coordinate with the ICAO NACC Regional Office to hold in
             Mexico City the next meeting of the Working Group for the implementation of RNP-10
             in the Gulf of Mexico by the third quarter of 2010;
     b)      the C/CAR States/Territories and COCESNA send to the ICAO NACC Regional Office
             by 31 December 2010 their proposals to expand the implementation of upper airspace
             RNAV routes of the Gulf of Mexico; and
     c)      the ICAO NACC Regional Office:
             i)      foster the participation of C/CAR States/Territories and COCESNA in the
                     meetings of the Working Group for the implementation of RNP-10 in the Gulf of
                     Mexico; and
             ii)     integrate all the proposals of upper airspace new RNAV routes within a PBN
                     airspace concept for the CAR Region by end 2010.
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CONCLUSION 8/3                PBN IMPLEMENTATION ACTIONS IN THE C/CAR

       That States/Territories of the Central Caribbean and COCESNA:

       a)     establish a register for RNP 4 and RNP10 approved aircraft by 15 October 2010;
       b)     publish by 15 October 2010:
              i)       RNAV 5 navigation specifications for upper airspace RNAV routes either
                       already implemented or in the process of being implemented; and
              ii)      RNAV 1-2 navigation specifications if applicable for terminal areas (TMAs)
                       RNAV routes either already implemented or in the process of being
                       implemented;
       c)     study:
              i)       the implementation improvements or realignment in the RNAV routes network in
                       the upper airspace;
              ii)      the implementation of continuous descent operations (CDOs) in terminal areas
                       (TMAs) of their jurisdiction; and
       d)     inform the ICAO NACC Regional Office by 30 October 2010 of the progress achieved
              of actions indicated in items a), b) and c) for the harmonized implementation of a PBN
              airspace concept for the CAR Region.

CONCLUSION 8/4                ESTABLISHMENT OF ATS SAFETY MANAGEMENT
                              MEASURES TO REDUCE ATC COORDINATION LOOP
                              ERRORS

       That, in addition to implemented ATS safety programmes, Dominican Republic, Haiti and
       Netherlands Antilles:

       a)     promote bilateral coordination visits between the ATC supervisors in order to exchange
              experiences and data on the ATC coordination loop errors, and the actions taken to
              mitigate their occurrence;
       b)     in accordance with Doc 9859 - Safety Management Manual (SMM) and Circular 314 -
              Threat and Error Management (TEM) in Air Traffic Control, strengthen their respective
              ATC supervision programmes in the ATS units for a better identification of threats and/or
              incidents and risk mitigation actions;
       c)     establish a programme for a 30% monthly reduction in the target maximum number of
              LHDs incidents and/or occurrences;
       d)     plan the interface of ATS automated systems for data exchange of the flight plan and
              AIDC messages in accordance with ICAO guidelines; and
       e)     inform the ICAO NACC Regional Office by 31 December 2010 on the agreements
              reached, actions implemented in accordance with Appendix G to this part of the report
              (refer to Attachment 2 to Appendix A to WP/07), and any assistance required.
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CONCLUSION 8/5            IMPROVEMENTS WITH ATS COMMUNICATION BETWEEN
                          CUBA, MEXICO, UNITED STATES AND COCESNA

           That, in order to improve ATS communication between Cuba, Mexico, United States and
           COCESNA, and considering the satisfactory performance of the MEVA II Network and
           its new node in Atlanta, United States:

           a)     the ICAO NACC Regional Office urge Mexico to analyze and implement
                  operational use of the MEVA II Network with adjacent ACCs of Cuba, United
                  States and COCESNA;
           b)     Cuba, United States and COCESNA identify and provide operational
                  requirements to extend the MEVA II Network to Mexico to the ICAO NACC
                  Regional Office by 30 September 2010; and
           c)     Cuba, Mexico, United States and COCESNA, in coordination with the ICAO
                  NACC Regional Office, provide a report on progress and results of these
                  activities to the NACC/DCA/4 Meeting, scheduled to be held in 2011.

CONCLUSION 8/6            IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW WAFS INTERNET FILE
                          SERVER (WIFS) BY JUNE 2012

           That, considering that the International Satellite Communication System – World Area
           Forecast System (ISCS-WAFS) workstations are used to transmit and receive
           meteorological data,

           a)     the FAA of United States provide the ICAO NACC Regional Office by e-mail
                  with information on whether the WAFS Internet File Service (WIFS) will be a 2-
                  way (transmit/receive) capacity system by 30 July 2010, to be forwarded to the
                  C/CAR States/Territories and COCESNA; and
           b)     the C/CAR States/Territories and COCESNA:

                  i)      coordinate proper actions for the acquisition of new WIFS equipment, if
                          required, in order to ensure provision of WAFS products in the C/CAR
                          by 30 September 2010; and
                  ii)     provide information to the ICAO NACC Regional Office not later than
                          30 April 2011 on the actions taken for the transition to the new WIFS,
                          expected in June 2012.
                                                APPENDIX B
                   LIST OF METRICS FOR PERFORMANCE MONITORING OF AIR NAVIGATION SYSTEMS

                                                                        Métrica Reportada por FIR
                                          Central     CURACAO         HAVANA        Port Au     Kingston    Miami, San     Santo
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                                          America      (Aruba &                      Prince                   Juan        Domingo
       Corresponding Metrics
                                                      Netherlands
                                                        Antilles)
Efficiency                              18 RNAV       RNAV          -5 RNAV          2 RNAV     RNAV       RNAV route    3 RNAV
• Estimated fuel savings (year 2000 routes            route         routes will be   routes     route      network in    routes




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    as baseline);                       implemented   network       implemented –    extended   network    the Gulf of   extended
• Percent of flights departing on-                    will be       by June 2010.    from       will be    Mexico will   from
    time;                                             reviewed in   - Analysis of    WATRS      reviewed   be reviewed   WATRS
• Percentage of instrument runway                     2010          delays for       airspace   in 2010    in 2010       airspace
    ends with an approach procedure                                 more than 15
    with vertical guidance (APV),                                   minutes due to
    (BARO-VNAV and/or augmented                                     operational
    GNSS) either as the primary                                     errors in
    approach or as a back-up for                                    progress
    precision approaches;
• PBN Routes implemented and
    published in en-route;
• Number of certified aircrafts and
    pilots for PBN operations for en-
    route and TMA;
• Percent of flights with normal flight
    duration;
• Traffic movements i.e. # of
    movements;
• Unused capacity i.e. # of
    movements;
• Number of ATC automated systems
    that are interconnected;
• Number of terminal areas with
    SID/STAR implemented.




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                                                                           Métrica Reportada por FIR
                                          Central        CURACAO         HAVANA        Port Au     Kingston    Miami, San         Santo
      Key Performance Area and
                                          America         (Aruba &                      Prince                   Juan            Domingo
       Corresponding Metrics
                                                         Netherlands
                                                           Antilles)




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Safety                                 Based on          - Aruba:      Percentage of   Analysis of Analysis   Extensive         Analysis
  • Number of runway incursions per    implemented       collecting    0.02%           LHDs        of LHDs    matured           ongoing of
    year;                              comprehensive     information   Incidents per   ongoing to ongoing     evaluation        operational
  • Number of operational errors per   quality system,   ongoing       number of air   mitigate               process based     errors and
    year;                              analysis          - NA:         operations      occurrences            on quality        incident




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  • Number of accidents per 100,000    ongoing of        analysis of                                          assurance         occurrences
    departures;                        statistics,       statistics                                           principles.       reported by
  • Number of fatalities per 100,000   operational       ongoing                                              Operational       users
    departures;                        errors and        regarding                                            improvements
  • Number of LHD reports              incident          LHDs and                                             based on
                                       occurrences       Runway                                               SMS risk
                                       for continuous    incursions.                                          analysis to
                                       improvements                                                           ensure level
                                       in air                                                                 of air
                                       navigation                                                             navigation
                                       services                                                               services in the
                                                                                                              airports and
                                                                                                              national air
                                                                                                              space system
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                               APPENDIX C
             TERMS OF REFERENCE AND WORK PROGRAMME OF THE
               CENTRAL CARIBBEAN WORKING GROUP (C/CAR/WG)


1    Background

     The Central Caribbean Working Group was established by Conclusion 4/10 of the Fourth
     Meeting of Directors of Civil Aviation of the Central Caribbean, held in the Cayman Islands from
     17 to 20 May 2000, to deal with the development of air navigation systems/service issues in the
     Central Caribbean. The aforementioned Meeting also agreed that ICAO should assist in the
     establishment of the Working Group and provide Secretariat services.

     Conclusion 4/10          Establishment of a Central Caribbean Work Group (C/CAR/WG)

     That,

     a)      an informal work group dealing with the air navigation areas be established for the
             Central Caribbean;

     b)      the ICAO Regional Office prepare the Terms of Reference and Work Programme for the
             work group and provide Secretariat services;

     c)      the ICAO Regional Office, by 30 July 2000, should circulate the Terms of Reference and
             Work Programme for the work group to all States/Territories in the Central Caribbean
             as well as to relevant International Organizations for comments and invite them for the
             nomination of members of the working group;

     d)      the work of the C/CAR ATS Task Force be incorporated into the tasks of the work group
             and that the ATS Task Force be disbanded, with the appropriate note of gratitude being
             sent to its members by the ICAO Regional Office on behalf of the States/Territories of the
             Central Caribbean; and

     e)      a meeting of the work group be scheduled prior to the Fifth Meeting of the C/CAR
             Directors of Civil Aviation.

2.   Terms of Reference

     a)      foster the implementation of the CAR/SAM Air Navigation Plan, the NAM/CAR
             Regional Performance-based Air Navigation Implementation Plan (RPBANIP) and other
             relevant regional documentation, in compliance with ICAO SARPs, as required;

     b)      facilitation for the development of emerging aviation issues focusing on continued
             improvements to operational efficiency through coordinating harmonised procedures and
             promote interoperability of networks and implementation of new technologies;
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       c)    development of operational improvement initiatives through action plans and
             implementation strategies and associated technologies to improve safety, increase
             operational and economic efficiency and/or capacity of regional Air Navigation Services;

       d)    develop and implement the performance objectives related to improvements to Regional
             Air Navigation Services with regard to Doc 9750 GPIs;

       e)    share information on implementation initiatives for enhancing compatibility of air traffic
             operations; and

       f)    provide technical advice to the C/CAR Directors General as applicable, initiatives to the
             CAR Regional Implementation Plan and any other necessary steps for implementation.

3.     Work Programme

       a)    consider the deadlines for implementation of facilities, services and procedures to
             improve ANS in the CAR Region;

       b)    develop guidelines and recommendations for States/Territories to implement their
             national plans;

       c)    recommend the implementation of air navigation facilities and services to ensure
             interregional harmonization, taking due account of performance metrics, environmental
             benefits and operational issues;

       d)    provide recommendations to improve human resources planning and development in line
             with ICAO guidelines;

       e)    associate in a logical manner the implementation of initiatives with the seven components
             of Doc 9854, (AOM, DCB, AO, TS, CM, AUO ATMSDM) as appropriate;

       f)    quantify cost/benefit analysis in terms of performance measures, deadlines, responsible
             body for implementation and results as well as human factors performance;

       g)    report the work programme progress to the NACC Working Group.


4.     Working Methods

       a)    the Chairperson of the C/CAR/WG will be a representative from the State/Territories
             designated by the Meeting for a three-sessions period; The duties of the Chairperson are
             the following:
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            -       chair the formal C/CAR/WG Meetings
            -       coordinate the fulfillment of the tasks included in the action plan of the
                    C/CAR/WG;
            -       keep close coordination with the Secretariat for the development of the agenda of
                    the meetings and other issues concerning the C/CAR/WG; and
            -       inform the Directors of Civil Aviation of the Central Caribbean meetings on the
                    results of the C/CAR/WG meetings;

     b)     avoid duplication of work and maintain a close coordination between
            States/Territories/International Organization and users to optimised the use of available
            resources and experience;

     c)     carry out the coordination of tasks using electronic tools and teleconferences to guarantee
            an efficient exchange of information, when required, etc.;

     d)     the meetings will be convened every year or when necessary and the ICAO Regional
            Office will provide Secretariat services.

5.   Membership

     Aruba, Bahamas, Cayman Islands, Colombia*, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica,
     Mexico, Netherlands Antilles, Panama*, Turks and Caicos Islands, United Kingdom, United
     States, Venezuela*, ACI, CANSO, COCESNA, IATA, IFALPA and IFATCA.

     * To be invited to the Meetings.
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Agenda Item 7:         Regional Cooperation and Training Matters


                       7.1     ICAO Cooperative Arrangement for the Prevention of Spread of
                               Communicable Disease through Air Travel (CAPSCA) – Americas

7.1.1            The Secretariat presented WP/12, which provided the Meeting a progress update on the
activities and achievements of the ICAO Cooperative Arrangement for the Prevention of Spread of
Communicable Disease through Air Travel (CAPSCA) – Americas since the last C/CAR/DCA/10
Meeting, as well as the updated organization and future work plan, and encouraged C/CAR
States/Territories, which are not yet members of CAPSCA Americas, to join by informing ICAO. The
Secretariat reported that all information on CAPSCA is now available on the new CAPSCA website at the
following link: http://www.mexico.icao.int/CAPSCA/index.html.

7.1.2            Cuba and Jamaica expressed their full support for CAPSCA and highlighted the benefits
offered by CAPSCA for which no financial contribution is required from members thanks to a grant for
the project assigned to ICAO by the United Nations from the Central Fund for Influenza Action (CFIA).
Cayman Islands, Haiti and Netherlands Antilles informed of their intention to join CAPSCA Americas.
Jamaica offered both its international airports to receive an Aviation Pandemic Preparedness Assistance
Visit by the ICAO CAPSCA - Americas Project.

7.1.3          The Meeting applauded the CAPSCA initiative and therefore adopted the following
replacement conclusion for previous Conclusion 10/10:

CONCLUSION 11/7                ICAO CAPSCA-AMERICAS PROJECT

               C/CAR States and Territories are encouraged to:

               a)      prepare and update aviation pandemic preparedness plans in collaboration with
                       public health authorities and perform exercises to test such plans in compliance
                       with related ICAO SARPs and WHO IHR (2005);

               b)      become participating members of the ICAO CAPSCA – Americas Project, if not
                       yet members, by sending a letter to the ICAO NACC Regional Office; and

               c)      accept aviation pandemic preparedness assistance visits offered by the ICAO
                       CAPSCA - Americas Project.
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                         7.2     Other Cooperation and Training Matters

7.2.1             The Secretariat presented WP/13 in which the Meeting recognized the impact of human
performance on aviation, as well as the importance of planning to ensure that civil aviation
administrations have qualified personnel as agreed in NACC/DCA Conclusions 2/27 and 3/11. Based on
USOAP and USAP audit results and ICAO missions, it was also recognized that many deficiencies are
related to insufficient and inadequately qualified and experienced personnel, suitable training,
license/certification systems, and other aspects related to lack of training and education of human
resources.

7.2.2           The Meeting was also informed of ICAO activities regarding the Next Generation of
Aviation Professionals (NGAP) initiatives to ensure that sufficient qualified and competent aviation
professionals are available to operate, manage and maintain future air transport systems; the formation of
the NGAP Task Force (May 2009); the ICAO NGAP Symposium (1 to 4 March 2010); support of the
High-Level Safety Conference (HLSC) (March 2010) to the NGAP Task Force; and future NGAP
activities.

7.2.3         The Meeting was informed on the work performed at the GREPECAS CNS/ATM/SG/1
Meeting on the development of a list of short and medium-term training requirements to be used by
CAR/SAM States as guidance for the development of their aviation training programmes.

7.2.4            The different aviation training centres in the region were recognized, including
TRAINAIR centres in Barbados, Cuba, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Jamaica, and México.
Cayman Islands and Jamaica informed the Meeting of their respective national aviation training courses
being developed jointly with universities and colleges to provide courses to pilots, dispatchers and other
aviation related personnel, as well as basic aviation courses.

7.2.5            The Secretary suggested that a meeting be scheduled by the NACC Regional Office to
include all States\Territories providing training in the region to identify discipline specialties by training
centre to avoid duplication and compliment training activities and programmes offered by each centre,
which would ultimately strengthen aviation training in the NACC region. It was also suggested that a
detailed description of training offered by the different centres could be made available on the NACC
Office website for easy reference.

7.2.6          Based on the above, and with reference to NACC/DCA Meeting Conclusion 3/12 on
actions to develop an Aviation Training Strategy for the CAR Region, the Meeting agreed on the
following conclusion:
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CONCLUSION 11/8            AVIATION TRAINING PLAN FOR THE CAR REGION

           That in order to plan for the provision of aviation training required from 2012 – 2016 in
           the CAR Region:

           a)      C/CAR States/Territories review and consider the outcomes of the Next
                   Generation     of     Aviation   Professionals  (NGAP)     Symposium.
                   http://www.icao.int/NGAP/documentation.htm

           b)      ICAO send a letter to States/Territories by 31 July 2010, requesting information
                   on future aviation training required by its personnel and provided by recognized
                   institutions offering aviation training in its State/Territory; replies to be received
                   by ICAO by 30 September 2010.

           c)      ICAO send a letter to International Organizations by 31 July 2010, requesting
                   information on identified aviation training required by member personnel and
                   provided in the CAR Region; replies to be received by ICAO by 30 September
                   2010.

           d)      ICAO:

                   i)      analyze the information provided by States/Territories/International
                           Organizations;
                   ii)     prepare a report on regional aviation training needs in States/Territories
                           from 2012 - 2016;
                   iii)    prepare a directory of existing aviation training providers in the region
                           recognized by States/Territories/International Organizations;
                   iv)     identify required future aviation training for which there are presently no
                           suitable providers in the Region;
                   v)      recommend options for the development and provision of additional
                           required future training;
                   vi)     prepare a regional plan for aviation training provision for 2012 – 2016;
                           and
                   vii)    circulate    these     documents      to     States/Territories/International
                           Organizations by 30 November 2010, for review and comment; replies
                           to be received by ICAO by 31 January 2011.

           e)      ICAO prepare and present the draft regional aviation training plan for the CAR
                   Region for 2012 – 2016 to the NACC/WG/3 Meeting in Guatemala in April
                   2011.

           f)      ICAO revise and present the final regional aviation training plan for the CAR
                   Region for 2012 – 2016 to the NACC/DCA/4 Meeting in June\July 2011.
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Agenda Item 8:         Other Business


                       8.1     Host and Dates for the Next Meeting

8.1.1           The Secretariat presented WP/14 with the States and Territories rotational scheme for
hosting the C/CAR/DCA Meetings as agreed at the C/CAR/DCA/10 Meeting and informed that since the
Fourth Meeting of North American, Central American and Caribbean Directors of Civil Aviation
(NACC/DCA/4) is scheduled for June/July 2011, the next and Twelfth Meeting of C/CAR DCAs is
scheduled for the Dominican Republic in 2012. Dominican Republic confirmed their agreement to host
the C/CAR/DCA/12 Meeting in July 2012, for which the C/CAR DCAs and the Secretariat expressed its
appreciation.


                       8.2     Other Matters

8.2.1           Netherlands Antilles and Mexico, whose ANSPs are members of the Civil Air Navigation
Services Organization (CANSO), namely NAATC and SENEAM, respectively, informed the Meeting of
the CANSO 2nd Caribbean & Latin American Conference to be held in Willemstad, Curacao, from 29
November to 1 December 2010, and strongly encouraged C/CAR States/Territories and their ANSPs to
attend. Information can be obtained online at www.canso.org/Caribbeanlatinamerica or from the Director
of NAATC.

				
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