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News
11th May 2021
The dynamics of air traffic in April allows expecting the growth of air traffic in the coming high season

27th April 2021
The Supreme Court of Ukraine upholds UkSATSE and the absence of a

17th April 2021
UkSATSE monitors the situation in the country's airspace: there is currently no danger for civil aviation

7th April 2021
The new wave of a pandemic is correcting the optimistic scenario of air traffic resumption

23rd March 2021
Today is World Meteorological Day

Flight Calibration & Rescue Service
In 1996 there was established a structural unit of Ukrainian State Air Traffic Services Enterprise UkSATSE Flight Calibration Service (UkSATSE FCS).

The UkSATSE FCS has two aircraft-laboratories Beechcraft B300 (Super King Air 350) and AN-26, fitted out with the most up-to-date equipment manufactured by the company Aerodata (Germany), which is designed for performing flight tests of navigation and approach ground facilities, such as: Instrument Landing Systems (ILS) of ICAO cat. I, II, III, VHF Omnidirectional Radio Range (VOR), Distance Measuring Equipment (DME), Non-Directional Beacons (NDB), Precision Approach Radars (PAR), Primary Surveillance Radars (PSR), Secondary Surveillance Radars (SSR), Precision Approach Path Indicators (PAPI).

The aircraft-laboratories perform planned flight tests (writing off) of civil aviation radio navigation aids and approach ground facilities as well as ATC routs in Ukraine, CIS and non-CIS states.

The UkSATSE FCS provides services of NAVAIDS Flight Tests pursuant to the provisions set forth in ICAO Doc. 8071 and Annex 10 (Aeronautical Telecommunication) of the Chicago Convention on International Civil Aviation.

UkSATSE is entrusted with the task of organization and ensuring of search and rescue (SAR) operations in the open seas within the FIR of Ukraine.

Contact details:

Phone: (+38 044) 351 50 99
Fax: (+38 044) 351 65 21
e-mail:


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