CAP1062: Future Airspace Strategy (FAS): UK Continuous Climb Operations (CCOs) Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA)

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Reference:CAP1062
Title:Future Airspace Strategy (FAS): UK Continuous Climb Operations (CCOs) Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA)
Description:To help quantify the benefits that the UK’s Future Airspace Strategy (FAS) can deliver, and the costs of implementing these, we have undertaken a study on one of the main benefits that FAS could deliver – systemised continuous climb operations (CCOs), where an aircraft is able to climb straight to its optimal height without having to stop at various levels in-between; which is currently the case, on a tactical basis.
Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:July 2013
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