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Departure Readiness Information Exchange – Dallas and Las Vegas

Not all flight operators can electronically submit departure readiness information. Verbal methods are cumbersome, time-consuming, and often not used. Many scheduled commercial operators and some business aircraft operators provide departure readiness information to NAS systems using established electronic means. However, most of the GA community does not have a means to electronically submit the same information.

Are You Ready?

The FAA is moving towards Time-Based Management (TBM) to enable Trajectory Based Operations (TBO).

What are TBM & TBO?

TBM uses up-to-date schedule data and sophisticated schedulers to more accurately schedule IFR flights to fly when and where the system can accomodate them.  TBO uses TBM and precision navigation to allow more flights to fly their desired routes.

What Does TBM mean to me?
  • A better idea of how you fit into the bigger picture
  • The ability to plan better and have more predictable operations
  • Improved FAA system performance
What is the challenge?

Achievable schedules require accurate departure times for all flights.  While most airlines provide updated departure times to the FAA, General Aviation (GA) pilots do not have the mechanism to provide updated departure time information.

Latest News

DAL 13R/31L Closed for 10 Months – Pacer at DAL Now Shows Arrivals

Having 13R/31L closed for 10 months at DAL will require more planning and awareness for GA departures and arrivals.  In addition to departures, Pacer now shows arrivals on the Dallas Love (KDAL) Pacer demand graph.

The RATE line indicates the advertised arrival rate, doubled, for example, 48 arrivals and departures per hour in visual approach conditions.

Runway 13R/31L is schedule to be closed for renovation until February 2022.

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Pacer at Colorado’s Ski Country Airports this winter (2021-22)

Pacer is collaborating with NBAA to help GA pilots stay aware and informed about departure demands in Colorado’s Ski Country this winter.

Give Pacer your departure plans and keep them up-to-date – this helps you, your fellow pilots, and the FAA have a better picture of departure demand.

Read NBAA’s take on how Pacer can help improve awareness.

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