SAS said it became the first airline "to be granted formal permission by the Swedish Transport Agency to use curved approaches" with its 737NGs when landing on Stockholm Arlanda's third runway. With this method, the approach uses GPS instead of the airport ILS and "follows an S-shaped curve to the runway," reducing noise exposure in sensitive areas around the airport. “We are proud to be leading the way in using advanced system support to make our flights more ...

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