Niš Airport starts ILS use

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Niš Constantine the Great Airport has put into use a new instrument landing system (ILS), which provides guidance to aircraft approaching and landing on a runway during low ceilings or reduced visibility due to fog, rain or snow. The possession of such equipment is one of the main preconditions for any airline to open a base. Its usage will result in Niš being classified as a Category I airport by the International Civil Aviation Organisation. Air Serbia will station an aircraft in Niš from July 15.

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  1. Perfect news! The South keeps winning.... !

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  2. Something like two years later than they promised it.

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    1. Better late than never! Will miss flying the VOR approach...

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    2. It takes time to instal the equipment, nearly the sam time is needed for testing, certification and notification.
      Be happy that the ILS is working and INI has regular flights! Serbian people are never happy!

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    3. Ko prvi otvara bazu Izi, Viz ili RA?

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    4. JU :D 15.7

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  3. Bilo je krajnje vreme

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  4. Can you fly Air Serbia with KS passport?

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    1. Yes. You can also use it at passport control at Belgrade Airport. I would assume Nis too.

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