• 12/06/2024 23:58

Through threats on the side of the Russian Federation. Finnair is canceling a number of flights to Estonia

Finnair airlines will fly to Tartu, which will be held in Estonia for one month malfunction in the robot GPS, in which Tallinn calls Russia.

This is reported by RBC-Ukraine via Reuters.

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia Margus Tsahkna stated that Estonia will solve the problem of GPS recoding in front of its borders We intend to discuss this in the European Union and NATO.

“It is a fact that Russia is joining the GPS device in the vast expanse of our region,” said the head of the Ministry of Health.

It is clear that The authorities of Estonia are working together with Finnair to find a solution to the renewal of air services to Tartu. Finnair added that two flights last year were expected to be diverted to Helsinki after GPS errors changed the route to Tartu.

“Finnair will slow down its ongoing flights to Tartu (Estonia) from 29 April to 31 May , “so that at Tartu airport it would be possible to provide an alternative approach to landing that does not require a GPS signal,” says the Finnish airline.

What was blowing

It was previously reported that thousands of flights airlines to the edges of the Baltics and Great Britain suffered through satellite navigation interruptions on the Russian side. GPS jammers work hard to disrupt the all-important satellite navigation signal that airliner systems rely on. This calls for mercy in the cockpit for the crew, for many pilots and potentially risking the lives of passengers.

Previously, Estonia called out Russia for the fact that it is worth the increase There are periods of jamming of satellite signals that are used by airlines in Europe. The Ministry of Defense of Germany also stated that Russia is grateful to the failures of GPS robots in the Baltic countries.

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