A modern Russian radar called “Aurora” deployed in Camagüey will improve air trafficking in Cuba
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- 04 / 07 / 2009
This equipment is being deployed in Camagüey and will cover the space of the civil aviation over the territory proving to be an excellent tool for the air trafficking controllers that can avoid accidents and guide air-crafts much better.
Irán Antonio Hormigo, an official of Cuba’s Air Services Company (ECASA) highlighted that the radar has a broad beam antenna which is the first of its kind used in the island nation. In addition, Hormigo emphasized that works have been done in difficult condition, bearing winds of almost 20 knots per hour.
(Radio Cadena Agramonte)