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New Aviation Radars Covering Tehran Skies

New Aviation Radars Covering Tehran SkiesNew Aviation Radars Covering Tehran Skies

Two strategic radar projects for Tehran’s sky, namely Monopulse Secondary Surveillance Radar and Primary Surveillance Radar, became operational in a ceremony on Sunday, at a radar site called "Kooshk Bazm" along Tehran-Qom Freeway.
Minister of Roads and Urban Development Mohammad Eslami, the head of Iran Airports Company, Siavash Amir-Mokri, and other officials attended the ceremony.
The radars boast vast aviation features regarding communication systems, navigation aid, surveillance, safety and security, and help complete the coverage of Tehran’s terminal maneuvering area (TMA) and increase flights’ safety factors, IAC reported on its website,
The newly-installed systems will back radars at Mehrabad International Airport, Imam Khomeini International Airport and airports in Alborz, Qom and Qazvin provinces. 


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