Systems Interface to replace Instrument Landing System at Jersey Airport26-Sep-2022
Systems Interface, based in the UK, has been awarded a turnkey contract by Ports of Jersey to design, supply, install and commission a new Instrument Landing System (ILS) with Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) on Runway 26 to replace the Airport’s legacy system.
Systems interface (SIL) will install a Normarc 7000 series ILS consisting of a two Frequency Dual Transmitter Localizer (LOC) with a 12-element two frequency LOC Antenna system; a two-frequency dual transmitter Glide Path (GP) system and M-array GP antenna system, including monitor mast and a Normarc low Power 100W DME including antenna.
The ILS system will have full Remote Control and Monitoring and Remote Maintenance and Monitoring Systems.
SIL will provide a complete project management service throughout the contract that includes engineering design, installation, commissioning, an onsite manufacturer’s training course and ground support for the ILS/DME flight check.
Project completion is scheduled for Q2 2023.
About Jersey Airport
Jersey Airport air traffic control annually manages more than 100,000 flights within the 8,300 sq km of Channel Islands Airspace. Jersey Airport handled circa 1.66 million passengers in 2018.