Airport Collaborative Decision Making

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Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) is a joint venture between ACI EUROPE, EUROCONTROL, International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) which aims to improve the operational efficiency of all airport operators by reducing delays, increasing the predictability of events during the progress of a flight and optimising the utilisation of resources. In addition this will increase capacity at participating airports. This aim is to be achieved via improved real time information sharing between airport operators, aircraft operators, ground handlers and air traffic control. The concept involves implementation of a set of operational procedures and automated processes.

By early 2019, A-CDM has been fully implemented at 28 European airports.[1] Initially deployed at Munich (2017) and Brussels Airport (2010) the list of A-CDM airports reached a total of 15 by 2015, rising to 20 in the following year, with 15 further airports having initiated the process of A-CDM implementation.[2]

List of airports using A-CDM[edit]


By early 2019, A-CDM is fully implemented in the following 28 European airports:[1]


  • Incheon (Seoul)/South Korea
  • New Delhi/India
  • Mumbai/India
  • Bangalore/India
  • Kolkata/India
  • Changi/Singapore
  • Hong Kong
  • Pudong/Shanghai/China[3]
  • Beijing/China
  • Kunming/China
  • Guiyang/China
  • Suvarnabhumi/Thailand (on trial)[4]
  • Don Mueang/Thailand (on trial)[5]


  1. ^ a b c Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM), accessed 11 July 2019.
  2. ^ Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) Impact Assessment, EUROCONTROL A-CDM impact assessment final report, 18 April 2016.
  3. ^ 飞常准:用科技助力民航高效发展,推动智慧航旅服务升级 [1]. Sohu;April 2018.
  4. ^ NOTAM A2986/18
  5. ^ NOTAM A2987/18

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