FLIGHT INSPECTION

 
 

We perform the following types of
Flight Inspection:

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

Our Automatic Flight Inspection System (AD-AFIS) is 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 for precision guidance with minimum deviation from the set trajectory (ICAO Doc 8071 Ch 4 §4.3.17, §4.3.47).

  • AD-AFIS to minimise human error factors.

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

  • Measurement accuracy to within <10cm Phase Differential Global Positioning System (PDGPS).

  • 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.

  • Instant post-processing by the time stamps synchronization for maximum accuracy.

  • Automatically generated reports, to prevent operator errors.

  • Certified by the EASA STCs.