CANI Flight Inspection Unit provides bespoke flight inspection services designed to maximize peace of mind by reducing the risk of equipment failure or improper performance. Proven in operations around the Czech Republic, CANI Flight Inspection Unit's expertise and experience in this safety critical area is relied on by airport operators and service providers, airport equipment manufacturers, systems integrators and government regulators. The CANI FIS Unit has a proven track record in flight inspection services and years of experience to back domain knowledge and experience accumulated over years of operation.
CANI Flight Inspection Unit's capabilities span commissioning, return to service, engineering flight checks and periodic flight inspection for:
- ILS CAT I/II/III (Instrument Landing System)
- VOR (Very-High-Frequency Omnidirectional Range)
- NDB (Non-Directional Beacon)
- U/VDF (Ultra-High-Frequency/Very-High-Frequency Direction Finder)
- En-route equipment
- AGL (Airfield Ground Lighting) and PAPI (Precision Approach Path Indicator)
- DME (Distance Measuring Equipment)
- Radar trials
- Procedure validation
The CANI Flight Inspection Service Unit offers a competitive, cost effective service for air navigation service providers and airport operators in Europe and beyond. Mission plans and cost calculations are based on individual client needs and specifications. Typically include cost of ferry flights, overflight and airport fees associated with the mission, inspection flight costs and lease cost for aircraft and FIS personnel. In case of extended, multi day missions cost of accommodation and aircraft parking fees are also factored in.
Individual quotes for FIS can be developed based on specific customer data.