Airspace

Despite challenging economic conditions, airports have seen an unprecedented increase in air transport movements over recent years. This has required the revision of operational systems, noise compliant routings, new navigational technologies, such as the use of the Global Navigation Satellite System, and the integration of arrival and departure procedures into the existing Air Traffic Control en-route network.

Instrument Flight Procedure Design

Cyrrus is an accredited Instrument Flight Procedure design organisation approved by the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority and Irish Aviation Authority. We can provide new Instrument Flight Procedure designs based on conventional and satellite-based navigation. In addition, Cyrrus will maintain and safeguard your Instrument Flight Procedures under a controlled, quality-assured regulatory-approved process. We can also review and optimise existing flight procedures for efficiency and potentially to reduce environmental impact.

Airspace Change

Airspace is a finite resource and often it has to support a diverse set of users that include commercial, military, general aviation and leisure aircraft. Cyrrus has the expertise and experience to research, design and progress the most sophisticated airspace change proposals from conception through to implementation.

Procedure Design Services

Conventional
Global Navigational Satellite System
Area Navigation
Required Navigation Performance
Standard Instrument Departure
Standard Terminal Arrival Route
Instrument Approach Route
Point in Space

Airspace Designs

Terminal
En-route
Regulated

Airspace Change

Design
Consultation
Implementation

Optimisation

Environmental
Noise
Efficiency
Capacity

Why choose Cyrrus for your Airspace needs?

  • Cyrrus staff have a wealth of experience in airspace projects.
  • We are recognised and respected internationally for our expertise in Air Traffic Management.
  • Cyrrus is an accredited supplier of Instrument Flight Procedures in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
  • Cyrrus has a 100% success rate in delivering Airspace Change Proposals at the first attempt, a success rate unrivalled in the Industry.