The Flight Information Exchange Model (FIXM) is a data interchange format for sharing information about flights throughout their lifecycle. FIXM increases interoperability among all air traffic stakeholders by mediating interactions between Air Traffic Management systems, airspace users, transportation authorities, security and defense authorities, logistics and transportation providers, and many more.
FIXM provides data-level interoperabiltiy among domains
The FIXM US Extension v3.0 is now available in the FIXM US Extensions Release section of this website. It contains multiple new data elements, and several updated data elements from previous FIXM US Extension versions. FIXM US Extension v3.0 now supports many additional data exchanges currently used in the US. It was developed through a rigorous domestic and international collaboration process.
The EUROCONTROL Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) FIXM Extension v1.0 is an extension of the FIXM Core v2.0 that covers the A-CDM concepts as stated in the A-CDM Implementation Manual written by EUROCONTROL, ACI and IATA. In addition to that, it also covers the concept of Airport Transit View elaborated within the SESAR programme and which is complementary to A-CDM.
2014 Air Transportation Information Exchange Conference
August 26th - August 29th NOAA Science Center and Auditorium Featuring AIXM, WXXM, and FIXM
NOAA Auditorium and Conference CenterThe United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in partnership with Eurocontrol will host the 2014 Air Transportation Information Exchange Conference (ATIEC) on August 26-29, 2014 at the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Auditorium and Science Center in Silver Spring, MD.
The latest advancements on integration of information relevant for air traffic management in its broadest sense will be demonstrated and discussed. This will be done through presentations and working sessions on relevant information services, the definition of information domains, and the related exchange mechanisms.
Following the tradition of prior conferences, speakers from the international ATM community will be making major announcements regarding new versions and future evolutions of the now well-known exchange models: