Crimea to Adopt NITKA Training Simulator This Month
The NITKA carrier-based aircraft training simulator will enter service with the Russian Navy in Crimea in late February. According to Naval Aviation Chief of the Russian Navy, Major General Igor Kozhin, the flights on a similar range will begin in Yeisk by the end of this year. The new automatic landing system will be developed for the pilots of the Russian Navy’s Naval Aviation.
“We are currently developing a landing system that will ensure a landing point accuracy of about a meter. This system is being developed, and I am absolutely sure that it will be introduced in the future,” Mr. Kozhin pointed out.
The system will provide a fully automatic landing approach that will make it possible to eliminate many problems associated with a landing under adverse weather conditions.