The new procedure supplements conventional lateral guidance systems by adding the vertical component, which enables approach guidance to be displayed in 3D for the first time. This improved guidance relieves the strain on pilots and increases safety, since obstacles can be flown over safely even when visibility conditions are poor.
The license permitting LPV approaches to the helipad also means
The Group s international customers stand to benefit from these improved conditions for landing approaches, as they can now take off and land even in bad weather.
Use of the LPV approach is further testimony to
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