The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has recently added two new B-360 aircraft to its Flight Inspection Fleet

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On Monday, the airports Authority of India (AAI) expanded its Flight Inspection Fleet by introducing two cutting-edge B-360 aircraft equipped with advanced flight inspection systems. This strategic move aims to align with the growing demand for flight calibration to ensure the accuracy and effectiveness of numerous ground navigational and landing aids installed at airports across India. Additionally, it supports the validation of Performance-Based Navigation (PBN) procedures, enhancing aviation safety and efficiency.

With this, the AAI will be well-equipped to efficiently carry out flight calibration of the Ground Radio Navigational/visual aids at all Indian airports. Additionally, AAI will extend its support by conducting flight calibrations in neighboring countries, which will also result in revenue generation.

The new aircraft will be used to fine-tune and check various systems and tools at airports. These include things like landing systems for different weather conditions, navigation aids, radar systems, and more to ensure they work correctly and safely.

The induction of the new aircraft was flagged off by Union Minister of Civil Aviation and Steel Jyotiraditya Scindia and Union Minister of State for Road Transport & Highways General (Dr.) Vijay Kumar Singh, among others.

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