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Osprey CSL to provide IFPD for IAC

Posted 21 January 2022 · Add Comment

Osprey CSL has been chosen by the Irish Air Corps (IAC) to provide Instrument Flight Procedure Design (IFPD) and Safeguarding services to ensure that all Instrument Flight Procedures (IFP) at Irish Defence Forces facilities are designed and maintained in accordance with international standards and best practice.


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As a UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) Approved Design Organisation (APDO), Osprey is authorised to design both conventional and satellite-based IFP.
 
Osprey CSL's in-house team will provide IFPD capability to the IAC, including procedure maintenance, review and associated specialist support, in order to ensure the safety of aviation activities at Casement Aerodrome and other military bases.

Liam Clarke, IFPD Team Leader at Osprey said: “We are really pleased to be working with the Irish Air Corps. Our in-house IFPD team continues to grow, allowing us to provide a range of IFP design experience and safeguarding assessment services currently unrivalled in the market.

"Having one of the UK’s largest design teams allows us to be extremely responsive to the needs of our clients and we look forward to providing the IAC with an exceptional level of service.”

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