LAN Airlines plans to begin using advanced performance-based navigation approaches at Lima International Airport by the end of this year, and the carrier says these are likely to be the first such procedures operated by the Boeing 787. LAN is working to implement about five required navigation performance (RNP) approaches at Lima, LAN’s CNS/ATM Technical Pilot Christian Staiger said at the GE Aviation Services Global Performance-Based Navigation Summit in Seattle last week. The carrier ...

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