• PRS branches out

    Polish Radome Services (PRS) has added steel tower construction to its portfolio of radome installation, maintenance, and repair services. The company's self-supporting galvanised steel structures, available up to 30 m height, are used for radome applications as well as navigational aids. PRS has

  • Chennai prepares for post-PPP development tenders

    Chennai International Airport is preparing for a series of open tenders once its ownership is transferred from the Airports Authority of India (AAI) to a private-public partnership (PPP), IHS Jane's has been told. Privatisation negotiations are underway, and Deepak Shastri, director of Chennai

  • ERA joins Hungarian remote tower initiative

    ERA is adding its input to the remote tower (rTWR) project at Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport after receiving a subcontract from Indra Navia, which is upgrading the Hungarian airport's advanced surface movement guidance and control system (A-SMGCS) by supplying its NOVA 9000 plus camera

  • L-3 ESSCO launches new radome

    L-3 ESSCO introduced its new Durashed Radome during World ATM Congress 2015 in Madrid. The Metal Space Frame (MSF) protective structure was developed in an exclusive arrangement with DSM Dyneema, a manufacturer of ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene. The Dyneema membrane is 50% stronger than

  • Smart travel extends to suitcases

    A new design for a 'smart suitcase', storing check-in data and an electronic bag tag, will be unveiled at Hamburg Airport in mid-2015 before a full rollout in 2016. "Everyone will have smart luggage in the future," insisted Jan Reh, CEO of Bag2Go, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of

  • Anhui Sun Create secures Western partners

    Chinese company Anhui Sun Create, established manufacturer of surveillance and meteorological radars, has entered into partnership arrangements with several Western manufacturers to expand its portfolio of ATM solutions. The company offers a growing product line, including systems integration

Airports Airports

  • Smart travel extends to suitcases

    A new design for a 'smart suitcase', storing check-in data and an electronic bag tag, will be unveiled at Hamburg Airport in mid-2015 before a full rollout in 2016. "Everyone will have smart luggage in the future," insisted Jan Reh, CEO of Bag2Go, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of

ATC ATC

  • Adder partners with Lund Halsey

    ATC
    UK specialist in keyboard, video, and mouse (KVM) connectivity systems Adder Technology has entered into an exclusive partnership with Lund Halsey, manufacturer of control room furniture, to distribute Adder's products in the Middle East. Both companies have been operating for over 30 years and

Equipment Equipment

  • Seattle charges on with electric project

    The eGSE programme aims to save airlines USD2.8 million per year Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac) is engaged in an ambitious USD31 million project to install more than 600 electric charging stations to power the airport's growing fleet of electric ground service equipment (GSE). The

Security Security

  • Abu Dhabi upgrades security equipment for Midfield Terminal

    Abu Dhabi International Airport operator Abu Dhabi Airports has signed an AED458 million (USD125 million) contract with Smiths Detection to upgrade detection and baggage screening systems at the Midfield Terminal Building (MTB), which is currently being built. The enhanced hold baggage system will
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