As result of an airport expansion project, Kuwait International Airport (KWI), plans to boost the airport’s facility’s capacity from current seven million passengers to 13 million in 2016 and in 2025 the capacity is predicted to 25 million passengers. Continue reading
ADB SAFEGATE’s solutions for gate, airfield and tower are present in more than 1200 airports across the world. At the World ATM Congress in Madrid 2015, focus is on the tower and efficient cross-silo solutions to help airports to unlock hidden potential for throughput and ease the workload for ATC. Did you know that ADB SAFEGATE’s tower solutions are proven in 263 airports across the world? Check out the infographic below to see if we’re in your country.
Estonian Air Navigation Services (EANS) have chosen to continue their close cooperation with ADB SAFEGATE. The upcoming project will expand on their tower solutions with the installment of the DMAN Departure Management Solution, part of the SafeControl ATM Suite.
SULTANATE OF OMAN. Safegate Group was successfully awarded prestigious international airport projects in Oman; Salalah International Airport and the largest airport in the Sultanate, Muscat International Airport. The $1.8 billion development project is the largest project ever to be undertaken in Oman’s history and was initiated by the government to improve the Sultanate’s airport capacity to meet expected tourism expansion.
ADB SAFEGATE is committed to ongoing R&D of our portfolio. The Safegate team is dedicated to maintaining high quality solutions for the benefit of our customers. In today’s competitive and growing aviation industry, everyday operations should not be threatened by adverse weather conditions, especially in maintaining throughput. Safegate Group understands the operational challenges our customers face and is answering their needs throughout our portfolio offering. Safedock® ensures aircraft docking is safe and smooth in a variety of adverse weather conditions.
In recent years, Niagara District Airport (YCM) had experienced annual operational deficits of $100,000 to $150,000. While the shortfalls were covered by municipal grants to the tune of $250,000 a year, the commission’s goal was to make the airport self-supporting so the grants would no longer be needed or could be used to fund capital improvements. The commission concluded that the airport would need to make extensive infrastructure improvements to attract business and increase traffic.
With their recent CASA approval for RPT operations, Brisbane West Wellcamp has become the first green-field airport in Australia using all LED light fixtures on their runway and taxiways. Partnering with Safegate for the supply and install of these LED lights, the airport can look forward to reduced power consumption and maintenance costs compared to a halogen installation. ADB SAFEGATE´s , Steve Rutland, noted that ADB SAFEGATE had specially developed the medium intensity runway light for the Australian market.