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The device failed to show up on air traffic control radar and sparked fears of a disaster if one were to hit a cockpit windscreen or an engine.
The company remains the world leader in supplying air traffic control radar systems designed for military use.
Raytheon Canada is a leader in high technology solutions, engineering services, surveillance and navigation systems including air traffic control radars, highway traffic management systems, maritime surveillance radars and systems, and precision optics.
Air Traffic Control Radar Beacon System Identification Friend or Foe Mark XII/XIIA System (AIMS) Program Office.
Jaggard recently completed a project in Saudi Arabia, where it installed the infrastructure for 20 air traffic control radars, and it is busy working across the MENA region, as well as bidding for new contracts.
Aviation Minister Stella Oduah told reporters at a briefing at the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority headquarters in Lagos, that the pilot contacted the Lagos control tower to declare an emergency at 17:43 CET, some 19 nautical kilometres away from the runway, but a minute later, the aircraft disappeared from the air traffic control radar.
Sixteen minutes after the first hijacked plane hit the World Trade Centre, a radio transmission was received at the New York air traffic control radar centre telling them to look out of their window at a low flying aircraft.
Air traffic control radar and communication with aircraft were not affected during this time and critical safety systems remained up and running.