Announced on April 13 Infraero and the Department of Air Space Control (Decea) met on Wednesday (13 / 4) to examine the rise of Instrument Landing System (Instrument Landing System - ILS) of the international airports of Rio de Janeiro / Galleon - Antonio Carlos Jobim and Sao Paulo / Guarulhos - Governador André Franco Montoro to Category III-A. The ILS is an equipment system navigational aids to guide aircraft during landing approach, and the ILS Category III-A allows the targeting of planes even at heights of less than 30m and visual contact with the runway from 200m. Currently, the two airports operating in Category II, which allows the orientation of minimum height of 30m and visual contact with the runway from 200m. During the meeting, were technical analysis and updating of schedules of implementation process of the system at each airport. In Guarulhos, the new ILS should be in operation by the end of 2011, as the process of adjustments to the equipment installation is nearing completion. Among the changes already made in Guarulhos, the installation is made by Infraero, equipment monitoring systems. It is expected that all requirements under the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) are met by August 2011. In the Galleon, the estimate is that the requirements for passage of ANAC category are met by the end of 2013. To do this will be carried out joint actions between Infraero Decea and ANAC. The superintendent of the Air Navigation Infraero, Will Furtado, commented on the importance of implementation of ILS CAT III-A at both airports. "The improved safety and operability in Guarulhos and Galleon will be remarkable. Besides the possibility of landing and takeoff on weather conditions more stringent, the drives can be made more accurately, "scored the superintendent.