Airport rises in category landings with only 300 meters visibility
This is due to the large investments that are made throughout this time, which enable aircraft to land in foggy weather and visibility only 300 meters. So far the official limit for planes landing in foggy weather was 700 feet.
“Capital investments and completed before the completion of a range of conditions and other safety standards required by local and international regulations in the field of civil aviation, which was officially confirmed by the Civil Aviation Authority of Kosovo after multiple inpektimeve us lets move on to a higher category of operations, from category I of the category II. This allows that during winter season and especially in foggy weather we are operating more and more flexible in relation to aircraft flights. This will greatly help in the relief of tollovive and loss of precious time for passengers, “said Managing Director of PIA, Agron Mustafa.
According to him, all international organizations and the airlines operating in Pristina International Airport will be notified via communication system global aeronautical telecommunications for this significant change in ANP.
On the other hand, the Director of Civil Aviation Authority of Kosovo Bruno Gjonbalaj, noted that to pass into the category of second level Aeroporteteve has become a extremely great job of Pristina International Airport.
“Civil Aviation Authority of the Republic of Kosovo has approved the application of PIA to operate the Instrument landing System category. This system allows landing in low visibility weather much. Besides invenstimeve Major infrastructure and lighting, Pristina International Airport was supposed to meet a number of conditions related to the requirements of safety standards of the Chicago Convention, which is also applicable in the Republic of Kosovës.ANP States has met these standards and the airport from now on may provide more advanced features of the landing and downs. ” said Director of Civil Aviation Authority of Kosovo, Bruno Gjonbalaj.
According to him, this advancement will be made known to the whole aviation industry in the world through global aeronautical telecommunications network.