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First Passenger Jet with Global Navigation Satellite System Appears in Russia
5.08.2007 12:57
First Passenger Jet with Global Navigation Satellite System Appears in Russia

A plane TU-154 of the Moscow governmental air company Atlant-Soyuz has become the first passenger aircraft in the history of Russian aviation equipped with Global Navigation Satellite System. During the modernization process specialists also set an airborne multifunction system which can work with signals of such navigation satellite systems as GPS, GALILEO, and signals of satellite functional additions - GNSS SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS, and MSAS). The new equipment confirmed its effectiveness and working efficiency within two evaluation flights with duration of 2.5 and 4 hours.


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