90 meters visibility can also take off, but the fog artifact can not completely end flight delays

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 90 meters visibility can also take off, but the fog artifact can not completely end flight delays


Sci-tech Daily News (Hong Yong Reporter He Xinghui) 4, at the Capital Airport, Shandong Airlines with the help of head-up display and blind landing system, the first 90-meter low visibility takeoff verification. In the future, flights will be able to take off and land normally even if the fog hangs over them. But can the fog artifact end the increasingly severe flight delays? In an interview with Sci-tech Daily on June 6, Skinny Camel, a popular aviation science writer, said that the reasons for flight delays were various, and that fog artifact was far from enough.

The lean camel explained that HUD is an airborne optical display system, also known as the Great Fog Artifact, which is equivalent to a virtual flight path. It can project flight information to the perspective mirror in front of the pilots field of vision, displaying enough information and guidance. Thus, depending on HUD and Blind Landing System, pilots can approach and land in low weather conditions or without any visual reference.

This test flight is based on the flight head-up display. It is the first test flight under the low visibility of the runway visual range (RVR) of 90 meters. At the same time, it carries out the class III A approach and landing verification flight. Skinny camel said that using HUD technology and Blind Landing System for Class III A operation is beneficial to enhance the capacity of civil aviation transportation and alleviate flight delays. Although technically there is no risk, the overall collaboration of air traffic control, airports and flights will be more tested, particularly depending on the good maintenance of facilities. The role of technological progress in mitigating flight delays is obvious, but does it mean that we can rest easy from now on? Skinny camel said that there are many reasons for flight delays. In order to solve this problem thoroughly, besides technical factors, there are also weather and airspace control problems, so we need to work together in a multi-pronged manner. Source: Wang Fengzhi_NT2541, responsible editor of Science and Technology Daily - China Science and Technology Network

This test flight is based on the flight head-up display. It is the first test flight under the low visibility of the runway visual range (RVR) of 90 meters. At the same time, it carries out the class III A approach and landing verification flight. Skinny camel said that using HUD technology and Blind Landing System for Class III A operation is beneficial to enhance the capacity of civil aviation transportation and alleviate flight delays. Although technically there is no risk, the overall collaboration of air traffic control, airports and flights will be more tested, particularly depending on the good maintenance of facilities.

The role of technological progress in mitigating flight delays is obvious, but does it mean that we can rest easy from now on? Skinny camel said that there are many reasons for flight delays. In order to solve this problem thoroughly, besides technical factors, there are also weather and airspace control problems, so we need to work together in a multi-pronged manner.