Chinese Delegation Head of Delegation: Mr. Qu Yongxiu Deputy Director, Office of State Air Traffic (Mr. CHOO) Control Commission Deputy Head of Delegation: *Mr. Chen Xuhua Director General, Air Traffic Management Bureau (MR. CHUN) General Administration of Civil Aviation of China (CAAC) Consultant of Delegation: Mr. Xu Xinde Deputy Chief of Staff, People' s Liberation Army (MR. SHOE) Air Force (PLAAF) Delegates: Mr. Zhang Yaokuan Deputy Head of Bureau, Office of State Air (MR. JANG) Traffic Control Commission Mr. Fu Youyun Director, Aeronautical Control Department, (MR. FOO) PLAAF Command *Mr. Wang Zhigang Deputy Director, Office of the ATC System, (MR. WANG) Department of Telecom & System Engineering, Ministry of Electronics *Mr. Li Wenxin Official, Aeronautical Control Department (MR. LEE) PLAAF Command *Mr. Xu Jianhua Assistant Consultant, Office of State Air (MR. SHOE) Traffic Control Commission *Mr. Jin Yongfa Official, Air Traffic Management Bureau of (MR. JEAN) General Administration of Civil Aviation of China *Ms. Wang Rui Interpreter, Air Traffic Management Bureau of (Ms. WONG) General Administration of Civil Aviation of China * Denotes English language capability U.S. PARTICIPANTS (participation dates noted below) FAA: Mr. David Traynham, Assistant Administrator for Policy, Planning and International Aviation, API-1 (July 20) Mr. Steve Zaidman, Associate Administrator for Research and Acquisitions, ARA-1 (July 20) Mr. Ronald Morgan, Acting Associate Administrator for Air Traffic Services, ATS-1 (July 20) Mr. Charles Reavis, Manager, Air Traffic Services International Office, ATS-30 (July 20-24) Mr. John Hancock, Deputy Director, Office of International Aviation, AIA-2 (July 20-22) Ms. Beth Keck, Senior FAA Representative, Bcijing (July 20-24) Ms. Jean Herz, China Desk Officer, Asia Pacific Division, Office of International Aviation,AIA 400; (July 20-24) Ms. Li Jie, Special Assistant to FAA Reprcsentative/Beijing and Interpreter (July 20-24) Mr. Robert Daly, Interpreter (July 20-23) Department of Defense: Mr. Neil Planzer, Executive Director, Department of Defense Policy Board on Federal Aviation (AF/XOO-CA); 703/697-6937; F: 703/697-8313. (July 20-21) Colonel John Wolf, USAF; Air Attache, Beijing (July 20-28) "Lt. Colonel Jim Robilotta, USAF; Military Assistant, Department of Defense Policy Board on Federal Aviation (AF/XOO-CA);, T: 703/614-8047; F: 703/697-8313 (July 20-24) Major Dorotha Biernesser, Military Assistant for International Airspace Initiatives, Department of Defense Policy Board on Federal Aviation (AF/XOO-CA); T: 703/695-9274; F: 703/697-6937; (July 20-21) Major Mark Stokes, USAF; Country Director for China and Mongolia, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, International Security Affairs, Asia and Pacific Affairs (OSD-ISA); T: 703/697-4689; F: 703/697-7219 (July 20)
CIVIL-MILITARY AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL DELEGATION PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA July 17 - 24 1998 Friday July 17 - Sunday July 19 Delegation arrives New York Friday 17 July, RON arranged by Chinese New York Consulate. ARINC meets group Saturday morning 18 July, RON in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Dinner Sunday 19 July hosted by ARINC CEO. ARINC delivers delegation to Crystal Gateway Marriott. (4 nights hotel arranged by Raytheon for Delegation in Washington DC.) ARINC contact: Ms. May Zhou, Tel. 410/266-2995; Fax. 410/266-2329. Reservations for delegation: (Sunday July 19 through Wednesday July 22): (Confirmation numbers listed at end of schedule) Crystal Gateway Marriott Telephone: 703/920-3230 1700 Jefferson Davis Highway Fax: 703/271-5229 Arlington VA 22202 Washington Program Ground Transportation for USG appointments arranged by FAA (25 passenger van): Driver: Mr. Abdul Malek Diri, pager 703/422-0989 BBC Express, Mr. Radcliff Taylor; Tel: 703/707-2020; Fax: 202/479-4353 Monday July 20, 1998 7:40 AM Delegation departs Hotel for FAA via charter bus 8:10 AM Arrive FAA escorted to 10th Floor Round Room. Federal Aviation Administration 800 Independence Avenue SW Washington DC 20591 Contact: Ms. Julie Helms, Tel: 202/267-7172; Fax: 202/267-5032 Ms. Jean Herz, Tel: 202/267-8173; Cell Phone 202/366-8366 8:15 AM Opening remarks and welcome by: Mr. John Hancock, Deputy Director, Office of International Aviation FAA/AIA-2 Greetings by: Mr. David Traynham, Assistant Administrator for Policy, Planning, and International Aviation, FAA/API-1 Mr. Steve Zaidman, Associate Administrator for Research and Acquisitions, FAA/ARA- 1 Mr. Neil Planzer, Executive Director, Department of Defense Policy Board on Federal Aviation Mr. Ron Morgan, Acting Associate Administrator for Air Traffic Services, FAA/ATS- 1 Location: 10th Floor Round Room "Framework" Meeting led on U.S. side by: Mr. Charles Reavis, Manager, Air Traffic Services Intemational Staff, FAA/AAT-30 Mr. John Hancock, Deputy Director, Office of International Aviation, FAA/AIA-2 Mr. Neil Planzer, Executive Director, Department of Defense Policy Board on Federal Aviation, AF/X00-CA) 11:30 AM Depart FAA for Pentagon (Major Biemesser will arrange clearance and parking location for vehicle) 12:00- 1:15 PM Lunch at Pentagon, Executive Dining Room, Lounge #4 FAA attendees: Chuck Reavis, John Hancock, Beth Keck, Jean Herz, Li Jie, Robert Daly) 1:30 PM Meeting with Brig. General Michael Kudlacz Assistant Director, Operations and Training, USAF (AX00) (will soon assume position of Director, replacing Gen. Henderson) Location: Conference room 4E189 2:00- 3:00 PM Meeting with Major General (Select) Wallace Gregson (USMC) Director for Asian and Pacific Affairs Office of Assistant Secretary for International Security Affairs Office of Secretary of Defense Location: Conference Room 4E189 3:00 PM Conclusion of DoD appointments. FAA-Chartered bus retums delegation to Hotel. 6:00 PM Dinner hosted by MITRE at Mariott Crystal Gateway, Madison Room Tuesday July 21, 1998 8:30 AM Delegation departs hotel via FAA-chartered bus 9:00 AM Further "Framework" discussions and conclusion (Location: FAA. 10th Floor Round Room) Sign meeting record and agreements for further cooperation 9:30 AM FAA and DoD Combined briefing on Civilian/Military Relationships (Location: FAA, 10th Floor Round Room) (Mr. Chuck Reavis and Lt. Col. Lamond) 11:50 AM FAA-chartered bus departs for L'Enfant Plaza Hotel 12:00 PM Lunch hosted by FAA (The American Grill at L'Enfant Plaza Hotel) POC: Ms. Jenny Lucas, 202-646-4433 1:30 PM Depart L'Enfant Plaza Hotel for MITRE Headquarters (MITRE provides transportation) 1820 Dolley Madison Boulevard McLean VA 22102-3481 Contacts: Dr. C.C. Hsin, Tel: 703/883-5208, Fax: 703/883-6809 Ms. Celia Fremberg, Tel: 703/883-5622, Fax: 703/883-3309 2:15 PM MITRE program, including meeting with Mr. Victor DeMarines, President and CEO of MITRE 4:00 PM Depart MITRE for meetings with Raytheon (MITRE provides transportation to Raytheon; Raytheon provides transportation for rest of day's program) (Raytheon Rep will meet outside building) Location: 1100 Wilson Boulevard (USA Today Building), Arlington VA Contacts: (1) Dr. C.T. Tang, Program Manager, International ATC Tel: 508/490-3766; Fax: 508/490-4101; email: CHIH_T_TANG@res.raytheon.com (2) Mr. Rocky Gmeiner, tel 703/284-4308 Raytheon meeting to include discussion with Mr. Robert Beard, President and CEO of Raytheon/Washington, Mr. Steve Teel, and Mr. Rocky Gmeiner 6:30 PM Dinner hosted by Raytheon. 9:00 PM Return to Hotel Wednesday July 22, 1998 7:30 AM Depart hotel for Dover AFB (Transportation via FAA-arranged charter bus) USG attendees:Hancock, Reavis, Keck, Li Jie, Herz, Wolf, Robilotta, Daly. (Hancock, Reavis, Herz, Biernesser, Robilotta and Daly to meet bus at hotel) (Approximately two and one-half hour drive to Dover) 10:00 AM Arrive Dover At Dover AFB, delegation will see a military approach control facility which controls both civil and military traffic. 12:00 PM Lunch at Dover Air Force Base 1:00 PM Depart Dover 5:00 PM Arrive Washington, D.C. 6:00 PM Depart Hotel via FAA-chartered bus 6:30 PM Dinner hosted by Sr. Col. Wang Yingjun, Air Attache, Chinese Embassy Location: Defense Attache Offices 2139 Wisconsin Avenue N.W. Washington D.C. Tel: 202/295-2521; fax: 202/338-1690 Total 6 from U.S. side (Planzer, Hancock, Keck, Wolf, Reavis Daly) FAA-chartered bus returns delegation to hotel at conclusion of dinner Thursday, July 23, 1998 6:30 AM Depart hotel for Reagan National Airport via FAA-chartered bus 8:00 AM Depart Reagan National Airport for Atlanta on Delta flight 585. (Chuck Reavis travels via separate flight from Dulles Airport). Note: Delta will tag Delegation luggage with "group" tags so they may be checked through to Pensacola. Delta Contact: Mr. John D'Alesio, Consumer Affairs Office, Tel: 404/715-1401; fax: 404/715-1400 9:51 AM Arrive Atlanta. Local transportation arranged by FAA. 40 minute drive to ARTCC. Contact: AAA Transport System - Tony Tel: 404/252-3838, Fax: 404/255-8824 11:00 AM 1:00 PM Briefings at FAA Air Route Traffic Control Center (ARTCC) 299 Woolsey Road, Hampton Georgia 30228 Contacts: Mr. Thurston Tel. 770/210-7565 (Center) Ms. Terri Johnson, Office of AF Representative, FAA Southern Region Tel: 404/305-6900 At this center the delegation will see air traffic simulation; controllers involved in enroute training, and military operations and support. 1:00 PM Depart Center for return to Airport (approx) Lunch stop enroute (hosted by FAA) 5:25 PM Depart Atlanta for Pensacola via Delta flight 744 5:31 PM Arrive Pensacola, Florida POC: Lt. Moffit Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola providing 2 passenger vans with drivers for entire visit. Ron Pensacola NAS BOQ Friday July 24; 1998 9:00 AM Briefings at Pensacola Naval Air Station Pensacola is the air traffic training facility for the U.S. Navy. The Delegation will see air traffic training by military trainees based on FAA Order 7110.65 (Air Traffic Training Manual) and military air traffic control operations. The air station has an air traffic control tower and radar facilities. 12:00 Lunch - Officer's Club NOON 4:35 PM Depart Pensacola for Los Angeles via Delta flight 680 (via Atlanta) 6:51 PM Flight 680 arrives Atlanta 8:00 PM Connecting Delta flight 1995 departs for Los Angeles 9:25 PM Flight 1995 arrives Los Angeles Los Angeles Program - hosted by MITRE Delegation departs Los Angeles for China on July 26
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