Airfield Lighting supplement 2015
In this Airfield Lighting supplement, Dzintra Jātniece from Riga International Airport describes their successful upgrade to CAT II standard, and Khrishan Tangri from Brisbane Airport Corporation explains how they have developed an award winning maintenance cycle…
- Keeping Riga flying through the fog
With an ageing lighting system causing visibility problems at Riga International Airport, the time had come to invest in a major upgrade to bring it up to CAT II standard. However, the single runway airport, the busiest in the Baltic region, – had to remain fully operational. Dzintra Jātniece, Director – Airfield Management Department and colleagues describe how it successfully introduced the upgrade…
- Meeting the challenge: Runway lighting serviceability
Brisbane Airport Corporation is aiming for world’s best practice in airfield ground lighting, and in doing so it has developed an award winning maintenance cycle which has improved both reliability and safety. General Manager – Assets Khrishan Tangri explains the process…
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