Norway’s air navigation services provider Avinor has begun a week-long, real-time simulation to validate the Southern Norway Airspace concept.
Norway’s air navigation services provider Avinor has begun a week-long, real-time simulation to validate the Southern Norway Airspace concept. The simulation, performed in conjunction with Eurocontrol, will include Point Merge implementation for the Westcoast TMA (Stavanger-Sola and Bergen-Flesland airports) and Vaernes TMA (Trondheim airport). Point Merge is a procedural concept based on a specific Precision Area Navigation route structure that is made of a point (the merge ...
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