TAIWAN. Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is the most important gateway into Taiwan and its air traffic is increasing at a rapid rate. To meet demand and enable the airport to emerge as a state-of-the-art hub for the region, the airport is raising its airport accreditation rating from Category II to III and has recently embarked on a large-scale project to upgrade its entire airside with an Airfield Ground Lighting (AGL) solution from ADB SAFEGATE.
OMAN. The ACI Airport Exchange in Muscat is a three-day event, assembling hundreds of top executives from the Middle East, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the rest of the world. The event is taking place at the Oman Convention & Exhibition Centre from 5-7 December 2017. The Middle East is a prime focus for ADB SAFEGATE and on the occasion of the ACI event we share with you an article about the work for Oman Airports Management Company (OAMC) – an example of how the philosophy of total integration is helping airports meet growing passenger numbers.
VIDEO. All airports face delays from time to time and suffer from reduced throughput due to low visibility. While airports are focused on increasing capacity, sometimes they don’t know where to start. In this video, Bengt Collin, ADB SAFEGATE´s Senior Operational Advisor explains how airports can benefit from the process of developing a Concept of Operations (CONOPS), a blueprint for an airport’s operations that guides the airport at every stage and helps avoid unnecessary uncoordinated investments. Continue reading
Did you know that all airlines operating international flights are mandated to monitor their fuel consumption emissions and report them to their national authorities from January 2019 already? This is accordingly to the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA). A result of many years of work at ICAO and the support of the aviation industry. Aviation was the world´s first sector to set ambitious global CO2 emission reduction targets.
By letting all parts of your airport work together as one unit we help you unlock your hidden potential for airport traffic expansion. With our leading solutions for gate, airfield, tower and service, connecting the entire airport, you are supported for more and safer aircraft movements.
On November 15-16, ADB SAFEGATE is attending ARKAD, the largest career fair in southern Sweden. The annual fair, hosted by TLTH at Lund University attracts around 150 companies and 10,000 students. We are there to meet new talented engineers and maybe the next generation of ADB SAFEGATE experts.
It’s a fact that most of the glamour generated by the aviation business can be attributed to airlines and their operators. But as industry insiders will agree, the sky-borne aspect of the aviation business is comparatively straightforward. The environment, the costs, the product are all relatively predictable. Airports on the other hand face a myriad of extra challenges including geophysical, environmental, social, regulatory, political, climatic and project management-related.
The annual Australian Airports Association 2017 National Conference is held this year from the 13th to 17th of November at the Adelaide Convention Centre. The ADB SAFEGATE Australia team is looking forward to catching up with all our valued customers and partners throughout the event. Visit ADB SAFEGATE on Stand#40. Time2Integrate!
Fraport Greece operates the major airports in Greece as per a concession agreement it has with the government. While Fraport Greece offers a full range of integrated airport management services it was searching for a reliable airfield ground lighting (AGL) maintenance partner. With a large share of the installed equipment at these airports being from ADB SAFEGATE, Redex homed in on the group as long-term service partner for Fraport’s 14 airports in Greece.
VIDEO. Globalization is shifting economic power to different geographies, with emerging markets powering aviation growth. Airport traffic has doubled every 15 years since the 1970s, and accordingly to the newly released “20-Year Air Passenger Forecast” from International Air Transport Association (IATA), the number of air travelers is expected to double again within the next 20 years. Continue reading