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The article describes the problem of controlling an aircraft control when performing a landing on a curvilinear trajectory. The adoption of a curvilinear approach trajectory allows reducing the impact of air traffic on the areas adjacent to the airport. Performing the correct approach on the curvilinear path requires support. For the correct execution of the landing manoeuvre on the curvilinear track, it is necessary to establish reference points so that the repeatability of the manoeuvre is ensured, especially in the case of landing more than one aircraft at the same time. In the following parts, the landing control system is presented. Particularly carefully presented is the issue of performing tests of the designed control system, which in the case of the aircraft control system during the approach to landing must be extremely thoroughly verified. The test plan included both verification the correctness of the adopted control laws and their robustness to interference occurring as a result of atmospheric air streams.

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