The performance plans, for the years 2012-2014, were processed by all member states in June 2011.
Among other things, these plans include binding values for individual key areas of performance with regard to the given all-European objectives. These objectives were adopted by the European Commission in February 2011 in accordance with EU Regulation No 691/2010, laying down the monitoring system for the performance of air traffic services. If air traffic or costs should not develop as expected in performance plans, the above mentioned legislation establishes rules according to which the deviations between costs and revenues will be divided between the carrier and the ANS provider (the so-called system of shared risks).
After the previous revision, the Performance Plan of the Czech Republic for the first reference period 2012 - 2014 was approved by the European Commission in July 2012, as the stipulated performance objectives (in the fields of capacity and cost-efficiency) met the objectives adopted and applicable throughout the EU and appropriately contribute to the achieving of these objectives. The approval of the Performance Plan was preceded by an assessment by the body for performance evaluation (PRB) and by the users (IATA).
The approved performance objectives specified in the National Performance Plan of the Czech Republic are as follows:
- In the key area of performance - Capacity - the target value of the indicator of delay-en-route for the ATFM reason is 0.15 minutes for the realized flight. This target value should be achieved in 2014.
- In the key performance area - Cost efficiency - the target values of the indicator of national unit rate for en-route navigation services are the following rate levels: 1102.07 CZK (year 2012), 1091.10 CZK (year 2013) and 1077.73 CZK (year 2014).
The Performance Plan has been elaborated by the CAA CR, based on the Business Plan of ANS CR and the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute.