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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) [...]

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 [...]

Technical Safeguarding in Turkey

Cyrrus was recently engaged to provide safeguarding expertise for a large building project in the city of Eskisehir, in north western Turkey. The commission required the technical analysis of possible effects on Communications, Navigation and Surveillance equipment at the nearby Eskisehir Anadolu Airport.  Following a detailed analysis, the Cyrrus Head of Safeguarding presented the findings [...]

Cyrrus releases Safeguarding Guide

Today Cyrrus released our new Safeguarding Guide, exploring the various services Cyrrus provide to address physical and technical safeguarding issues. Cyrrus can help ensure the safety and efficiency of air operations in and around airports, by identification, assessment and mitigation recommendations for new and existing developments.  Cyrrus employ a tried and tested approach to address [...]

Another Contract Award Win for Cyrrus

Cyrrus is delighted to have been selected for an upcoming project at Doncaster Sheffield Airport. The team will undertake the airspace change for the introduction of satellite-based aRea Navigation (RNAV) Standard Instrument Departures (SIDs) at the Airport with work commencing imminently. The Gamston VOR will be withdrawn by NATS as part of the National VOR [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]