Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) is a concept which aims at improving operational efficiency at airports by reducing delays, improving predictability of events during the progress of a flight, and optimising the utilisation of resources.
Copenhagen Airports (CPH) work together with Naviair, Groundhandlers and Airlines to implement A-CDM in Copenhagen Airport as part of a larger A-CDM project involving several major European Airports. The Project is coordinated by Eurocontrol and is co-financed by the European Union during the period 2013-2015.
The project brings together 13 co-beneficiaries covering a total of seven countries: Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Portugal and United Kingdom to take part in the implementation of Airport Collaborative Decision Making in airports identified in the applicability area of the Interim Deployment Plan.
On the 19th of December 2016, CPH was connected to the network and is now operating as a full A-CDM airport in the Eurocontrol network.
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Read more about the project on the INEA website here.