FLIGHT INSPECTION

 
 

We perform the following types of
Flight Inspection, Calibration, Validation, Evaluation and Check:

Nav Aids:

  • Instrument Landing System (ILS) Category I, II and III

  • VHF Omni directional Radio Range (VOR)

  • Distance Measuring Equipment (DME)

  • Non-Directional Beacon (NDB)

  • ILS Markers and FAN Markers

  • GBAS Landing System (GLS)

  • Transponder Landing Systems (TLS)

Airfield Ground Lighting and Visual Glideslope Indicator:

  • Visual Approach Slope Indicator (VASI)

  • Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI)

  • Airfield Lighting Systems (ALS)

Procedures Validation:

  • GPS Precision and Non Precision Approaches

  • Area Navigation Procedures RNAV

  • Instrument Approach Procedures RNP, including LNAV/VNAV, LP and LPV based on GNSS with SBAS/WAAS, GBAS or DME/DME

  • Instrument Flight Procedures validation (SID, STAR, SIAP)

  • GNSS with SBAS/WAAS evaluation

  • Ground Based Augmentation System (GBAS/LAAS)

VHF / UHF:

  • VHF Communications

  • VHF Direction finding (VDF)

  • UHF Communication

  • UHF Direction Finding (UDF)

Radar:

  • Surveillance Radar Element (SRE)

  • Precision Approach Radar (PAR)

  • ​Primary Surveillance Radar (PSR)

  • Secondary Surveillance Radar (SSR/ MSSR) with dedicated Flight Inspection Transponder Mode A, C and S

  • Multilateration Systems (MLAT) / Wide Area Multilateration (WAM)

  • Precision Runway Monitor System (PRM)

  • Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B)

Military:

  • Military facilities Tactical Air Navigation (TACAN)

  • Scan DME/TACAN with up to 10 facilities

  • Oscilloscope/Digital Spectrum Analyzer for DME/TACAN

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Worldwide Flight Inspection

We are using the modern Automatic Flight Inspection System (AD-AFIS) manufactured by Aerodata AG, the world's leader in the manufacturing of highly sophisticated flight inspection systems.

Key features and advantages:

  • Meets the requirements of UK CAA CAP 670, ICAO Doc 8071, Annex 10, FAA Order 8200.1D, and the NATO STANAG.

  • AD-AFIS coupled with Flight Director and Autopilot to follow AFIS guidance for precision measurement with minimum deviation from the trajectory for precision guidance with minimum deviation from the set trajectory (ICAO Doc 8071 Ch 4 §4.3.17, §4.3.47).

  • AD-AFIS to minimized error contribution though human factors.

  • Independent flight inspection antennas (ICAO Doc 8071 Ch 4 §4.3.89, Attach A to Ch 1 §3.7 [c,e]).

  • Precise measurements of parameters to within <10cm Phase Differential Global Positioning System (PDGPS) accuracy.

  • Dual set of receivers simultaneously provide redundancy and reduce errors (ICAO Doc 8071 Ch 4 §4.3.90, Attach A to Ch 1 §4.1).

  • Independent onboard radio station (ICAO Doc 8071 Attach A to Ch 1 §4.4).

  • Primary flight displays in-flight inspection console for full situational awareness of the operator.

  • Post-processing by the time synchronization to achieve maximum accuracy.

  • Precise time stamps on all input sensor signal data.

  • Instant post-processing and automatically generated reports.

  • Certified by the EASA STCs.