Zurich International Airport is reporting that aircraft movements in low visibility conditions have increased 17% since October 2016. Working with Swiss air navigation services provider Skyguide and Airbus subsidiary NAVBLUE, the airport installed an instrument landing system (ILS) 32 elements localizer antenna supported by NAVBLUE’s ELISE (exact landing interface simulation environment) technology. “Zurich airport is prone to low visibility conditions during the winter season, ...

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