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The A-CDM implementation is a GTAA-led initiative, in close collaboration with Air Canada and Westjet (our two principal carriers), the ground handling agents, NAV CANADA, and other airport partners. It is about sharing the right information at the right time with the right people.

A-CDM allows for better common situational awareness through information sharing between key partners at the airport. Improved situational awareness allows the airline, its service providers and the airport to operate proactively. More accurate and regular flight status updates help airport partners anticipate arriving aircraft, prepare them for the next flight and achieve on-time departure, with optimum productivity of resources. 

A-CDM Trials

A-CDM trials to start September 16 and will continue until Spring 2020.

A-CDM Benefits

The most important operational benefits are:

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Redefining Aviation in YYZ (information booklet) – A condensed resource describing A-CDM at Pearson Airport, including commonly used terms, acronyms and milestones in the aircraft turnaround process.

Flight Crew Z-card – Helpful A-CDM quick reference for pilots flying in and out of Pearson Airport.

Ground Handlers Z-card – Helpful A-CDM quick reference for ground handlers at Pearson Airport. 

Application Form for Portal Access – An application form for aircraft operators, pilots, ground handling agents, government agencies and other aviation personnel requesting access to the tools required to view and update trajectories in A-CDM.

A-CDM Operations Manual – YYZ Edition – Printable document version.

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