Jeju International Surveillance and Flight Data Processing SystemPosted on 20.12.2007
Jeju International Airport serves mainland destinations in South Korea, as well as international destinations in China, Japan, and Taiwan. It’s the second largest airport in Korea serving more than 12 million passengers every year.
Tern Systems supplied Radar and Flight Data Processing System for the Jeju International Airport, S-Korea. The system serves primarily tower and approach controllers in Jeju, however is additionally a radar back-up system for the whole Korea area control (Incheon FIR). The normal load of the system is to receive 220 concurrent tracks from 8 radars.
There are over 2000 flights that pass through the system every day.
The operational systems consists of the following working positions
17 Approach and area controller working positions.
7 APP and ACC simulation positions.
Additionally Tern Systems Flight Data Terminal (FDT) is installed on 26 airports in South Korea.
As part of the ATC Automation Systems the Tern Systems Radar Simulator was supplied with 1 controlling working position and 2 pseudo-pilot positions.