16th International Flight Inspection Symposium

16th International Flight Inspection Symposium

IFIS 2010 will be held in Beijing from June 21-25.

The theme is “Improving Flight Inspection for NextGen Technology.” Flight inspection is presented with a host of opportunities and challenges as Satellite-based Navigation and Performance Based Navigation open the way to even more advanced methods of airspace navigation.

IFIS 2010 will be held in Beijing from June 21-25.

The theme is “Improving Flight Inspection for NextGen Technology.” Flight inspection is presented with a host of opportunities and challenges as Satellite-based Navigation and Performance Based Navigation open the way to even more advanced methods of airspace navigation.

Paper abstracts are due February 10, 2010.

The International Flight Inspection Symposium, held every other year, covers the important area of calibrating and maintaining the navigational signals and procedures upon which aviation system operations are based.

The meetings began in the early 1970’s, spearheaded by the Federal Aviation Administration and the United States Air Force.

It is sponsored by ICASC, the International Committee for Airspace Standards and Calibration. 

For local information about the 2010 event, contact Gloria Lee at the email and numbers below.

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