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Is your airport ready to adapt to the proposed Airspace Change Regulations?

Airports benefit from thought provoking presentations on emerging UK Airspace Policy and Airspace Change Regulations; is your airport ready to adapt to the proposed changes? Cyrrus has invested a great deal of time into understanding the impact of emerging Department for Transport UK Airspace Policy and the soon to be revised CAA ACP process (captured [...]

Cyrrus IFP Team help Gatwick with their Noise Preferential Route

Figure 1 – Aircraft Tracks Prior to Modification of Route 4 RNAV 1 SID On April 7th 2017, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) released CAP1531, “CAA conclusions in respect of modification requirements relating to Route 4 RNAV 1 SIDs and correction requirements relating to Route 4 Conventional SIDs”. Cyrrus Instrument Flight Procedure (IFP) designers were [...]

Cyrrus supports Gatwick Airport’s environmental policy

As part of the CAA’s Post Implementation Review of the RNAV-1 SIDs at Gatwick Airport (CAP 1346) it was noted that the new RNAV SIDs did not achieve adequate replication of the existing conventional SIDs on Route 4.  This particular departure presented unique challenges due its wraparound nature and requirement to follow the existing NPR. Cyrrus [...]

Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore – Technical Safeguarding

In June 2016, Cyrrus staff presented the findings of a study completed on behalf of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), that detailed the impact on the Instrument Landing Systems of both current and future planned developments at Changi and Seletar Airports.  The presentation reviewed a detailed written report into the considerations and potential [...]

New Emergency VCS for Luton Airport

Cyrrus has assisted London Luton Airport Operations Limited to successfully transition their new Emergency Voice Communications System into operation. The system includes a new MEP TCS990 switch, along with Park Air Systems T6 transceivers.  Cyrrus was engaged to define the technical and process requirements and evaluate potential supplier responses. Following the selection NATS Services Limited, [...]

Cyrrus awarded another European Patent – Mode-S Code Conflict Detection System

We are proud to announce that Cyrrus has been awarded another European Patent for technology designed to solve an ongoing Aviation problem.  Cyrrus has developed a stand-alone radar performance monitor which continuously examines radar performance and alerts the operator to coverage issues and Mode-S code conflicts. Commission Regulation (EC) No 262/2009 lays down the requirements for [...]

Cyrrus staff continue to update their skills

Cyrrus has recently hosted a course in the use of the Ohio University Navaids Performance Prediction Model (OUNPPM), at its Thirsk office. OUNPPM is a computer simulation and modelling tool for Instrument Landing Systems (ILS), VHF Omni-Range (VOR), and Distance Measuring Equipment (DME). The tool is used for system design and for safeguarding, and enables [...]

CAA consults on a revised Airspace Change Process

Having commissioned a review of their Airspace Change Process, the CAA have released a stakeholder consultation on a proposed change to the CAP725 process.  The driver for change is the optimisation of the process in a bid to ensure that all stakeholders are adequately consulted as part of a transparent, proportionate activity.  Cyrrus are currently [...]