Flight Procedure Design

 

Instrument Flight Procedure Design for airports and Terminal Areas is an increasingly complex activity because of evolving navigation technology, growing air traffic, congested airspace, environmental concerns etc.
 
Conventional and new RNAV/PBN flight procedure design is also complexed by legislation and design rules. Quality assurance of designed procedures is a mandatory element and Isavia´s Flight Procedure Design department has the infrastructure and expertise to design and verify Flight Procedures, including:  
  • Non-precision Instrument Approach Procedures design or verification, including Global Navigation Satellite System procedure (e.g. VOR/DME, NDB, Localizer and GNSS)
  • Precision Instrument Approach Procedure design or verification (e.g. ILS)
  • Standard Arrival Route (STAR) and Standard Instrument Departure (SID) Procedure design or verification
  • Air Route (including RNAV) and Airspace design or verification
  • ICAO Annex 14 Aerodromes - Obstacle Evaluations
This service is conducted in accordance with ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices (SARP’s) is complemented by a certified ISO9001 Quality Management System.
 
Contact us: ais@isavia.is

Requirements and standards include:

  • ISO 9001
  • Quality Assurance Manual for Flight Procedure Design (ICAO Doc 9906)
  • ICAO PANS-OPS Doc 8168 /OPS /611. Procedure for Air Navigation services. Aircraft Operations. Volume II, Construction of Visual and Instrument Flight Procedures
  • ICAO DOC 9905 AN/471 Required Navigation Performance Authorization Required (RNP AR) Procedure Design Manual

 

Airports where Isavia provides it´s service

Below are videos of approach flights to airports both in Iceland and Greenland where we have provided our service.

 

Keflavik Internationa Airport (BIKF) flight approach Isafjordur Airport (BIIS)  flight approach
Ilulissat Airport (BGJN) - Greenland flight approach Nuuk Airport (BGGH) - Greenland flight approach

 

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