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Cyrrus Engineer Returns to the UK Following UAE Secondment

Cyrrus welcomes back Luis de La Hoz to the UK office following completion of a successful secondment to the UAE, working on the Ajman International Airport project. Luis gained significant experience in the development of regulatory and design documentation to support the Airport development and will be able to apply that knowledge on projects for [...]

Glasgow Airport Standard Instrument Flight Procedure Design Services

Glasgow Airport has engaged Cyrrus Limited to design and document fully PANS OPS compliant designs for a number of new instrument flight procedures to Runways 05 and 23.  This work, including the conduct of a hazard identification event, will produce LNAV, LNAV/VNAV and ILS/DME/NDB(L) design documentation packages and aeronautical charting, ready for submission to the [...]

London Luton Airport – Replacement Main Communications System Project

Cyrrus has been engaged by London Luton Airport Operations Limited to oversee the delivery of their replacement Main Communications System.  Having previously completed the high-level design, requirements generation, compilation of tender pack and evaluation of potential suppliers, Cyrrus will oversee delivery of the new equipment, by the Airport’s chosen supplier, through to operational handover.  The [...]

Norwich International Airport Replacement Non-Directional Beacon

Cyrrus recently completed the specification of a new Non-Directional Beacon on behalf of Norwich Airport Limited, and provided oversight to delivery of the equipment into operational service. Working with local staff, Cyrrus defined the operational requirement and generated technical and process requirements to ensure the procurement of fit-for-purpose equipment. To allow entry into service, Cyrrus [...]

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 [...]

Cyrrus achieve CAA accreditation for IFP Design

Cyrrus Ltd are pleased to announce that as of 30th March 2016, we are now a UK CAA accredited Instrument Flight Procedure (IFP) Design Organisation. Liam Clarke and Sam Shuttlewood have undergone an extensive training regime during the last three years from world recognized organisations and have demonstrated their understanding and competency to gain this [...]

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 [...]