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Definition 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) +
Has query
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Categories ATM , Demand/capacity balancing
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