1. The maximum number of aircraft that can …
1. The maximum number of aircraft that can be accommodated in a given time period by the system or one of its components (throughput). 2. The ability of the Air Traffic Control System or any of its sub-systems or an operating position to provide service to aircraft during normal activities. It is expressed in numbers of aircraft entering a specified portion of the airspace in a given period of time.of the airspace in a given period of time. +
|Defsource||1. ICAO (2008), doc. 9882, Manual on Air Traffic Management System Requirements. 2. EUROCONTROL, NM Glossary (2014) +|
|Note||The maximum peak capacity which may be achieved for short periods may be appreciably higher than the sustainable value. The red line in CHMI, also referred to as Monitoring Value. +|
|Note source||EUROCONTROL, NM Glossary (2014) +|
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|Categories||ATM , Demand/capacity balancing|
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