Romania 99 real-time simulation
This report describes a EUROCONTROL real-time simulation study of Romanian airspace conducted on behalf of ROMATSA Romania. The study was designed to assist ROMATSA in the detailed specification of the new Romanian air traffic management system, in particular the specification of the human-machine interface and system functionality. The simulation included military as well as civil sectors with electronic civil-military co-ordination and the flexible use of airspace. In conjunction with EUROCONTROL AMN Division, a study was also made of RNAV SID and STAR procedures for the Bucharest TMA. The simulated area included the entire Romanian airspace with revised sector and Bucharest TMA dimensions. The simulation formed part of the joint simulation project - ROMBULPO, and this report also includes results of the Bulgaria- Romania joint simulation which preceded Romania 99 and which concentrated on cross-border issues including the use of electronic inter-centre co-ordination and reduced longitudinal separation. Traffic samples representing 2005-2007 forecast levels were simulated. These simulations were also designed to complement a previous real-time simulation - Romania 97 (EEC Report No. 320).