Performance Based Navigation (PBN) procedures use satellite-based precision to fly more direct routes with more efficient climbs and descents. These routes can increase traffic flow and reduce carbon emissions, providing a flexible system capable of efficiently handling the demands and complexities of the future.
The FAA is implementing these procedures for airports across the United States. John Glenn Columbus International Airport is now one of those airports.
You can learn more in our two videos, below. The first video is a general overview, while the second video reviews the technical changes to the airspace around John Glenn Columbus International Airport.
Columbus Airspace Improvements
Columbus Airspace Improvements: 2017 Workshop Boards
These boards present information as to the Timeline, the Environmental Process and the reasons and benefits associated with development of NextGen projects at the airport.