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Cyrrus Instrument Flight Procedure (IFP) Accreditation Re-instated

Cyrrus Limited has been reinstated to the list of approved IFP Design Houses listed on the UK CAA website. The UK CAA carried out an audit of the processes and procedures used by the new IFP design team and found it satisfactory such that a new certificate was issued on 1 March 2018.  Cyrrus Director, [...]

Cyrrus are at the World ATM Congress (CANSO)

Richard Ingless (Head of Engineering) and John van Hoogstraten (Head of ATM Operations) are in Madrid this week and would love to meet with you to discuss your requirements and how Cyrrus may be able to assist you. These are exciting times for Cyrrus as we have recently been reinstated as an accredited IFP Design [...]

Do you fear the new Airspace Change Process?

Cyrrus has an enviable track record in the delivery of airspace change but we are not resting on our laurels. We were involved with the new UK CAA airspace change process (CAP1616) throughout the consultation stage and are now proactively engaged in its emergence into the industry. It is vital that the revised process should [...]

Cyrrus Quality Accreditation: ISO 9001:2015

Cyrrus is delighted to announce that the Company has successfully transitioned to the ISO 9001:2015 standard having been audited against the new standard in October 2017 and awarded the accreditation. Cyrrus has operated a Quality Management System (QMS) that complies with the ISO 9001:2008 standard since 2011. Cyrrus works in a highly regulated environment, one [...]

Welcoming Mitchell, Sally, Helen, and Ewan to Cyrrus

Cyrrus is delighted to welcome Mitchell Nunes, Sally Porter, Helen Riley and Ewan Frater to the Cyrrus team. Mitchell has been appointed to the role of Instrument Flight Procedure Designer. Mitchell is a seasoned practitioner and has over 10 Years’ Procedure Design experience supplemented by a wider aviation knowledge having worked previously in AIS and on [...]

Cyrrus completes Feasibility and Options study for potential new airport

Cyrrus Ltd was engaged to consult and advise on the concept and feasibility phases of a project to introduce a commercially licensed aviation operation to a former airfield site.   Having conducted a thorough Feasibility and Options (F&O) study on the infrastructure and airspace, Cyrrus staff were able to recommend a course of action together with a [...]

Cyrrus supports Glasgow Airport in the launch of a Stakeholder Consultation on Airspace Modernisation

Glasgow Airport has today (Monday 15 January 2018) launched a 13-week public consultation seeking feedback on proposals to modernise the airspace currently used by aircraft to fly to and from the Airport.  The proposals, developed over the last two years align with an industry-wide initiative, driven by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), known as the [...]

Cyrrus supports Durham Tees Valley Airport with Airspace Change

Cyrrus is proud to support the modernisation of flight procedures at Durham Tees Valley Airport. The team will undertake the airspace change for the introduction of satellite-based aRea Navigation (RNAV) Instrument Approach Procedures (IAPs) at the Airport. The UK Future Airspace Strategy (FAS), championed by the CAA, advocates the introduction of such Performance-Based Navigation (PBN) [...]