A £400,000 upgrade of part of an air traffic control tower is set to open at Norwich International Airport.
The airport managing director says new equipment is state-of-the-art
The refit has given the tower new weather reporting systems and radar screens, as well as a modern communications system.
Staff working in the control tower guide 54,000 flights in and out of the airport each year.
The approach room is named after Robin Scriven, a long-serving senior air traffic controller who died last year.
Managing director of the airport Richard Jenner said: "With the advent of low fares airlines and the increasing numbers of flights we have, there can be a considerable amount of aircraft movement in and around the airport.
"Our new equipment is state-of-the-art and ensures utmost safety and efficiency.
"The sizeable investment we have made in our approach room paves the way for further growth over the years to come."