Africa’s aviation sector is growing rapidly, and airports need to prepare for their market situation in five, 10, or even 20 years since it may take that long to actually develop or adapt the master plan to meet the airports changing need and to provide the infrastructure and capacity needed. The 6th Annual Africa Airport Expansion Summit in Addis Ababa gathers the industry in order to explore the market and support the project development. ADB SAFEGATE´s Alexander Herring, chairing the Summit shares his thoughts about the future of African aviation.
On February 7-8, the National Aviation Infrastructure Show (NAIS 2018) will take place in Moscow, Crocus Expo. During the two days, 100+ participants from 14 countries will showcase their best solutions for airports and airlines to 3000+ of industry professionals. Are you going? We hope to see you in Moscow at stand B350 to chat about how airport operation can be streamlined and how we can help you to optimize airport performance. Continue reading
Incheon International Airport, the busiest airport in South Korea faced considerable flight delays due to poor weather conditions and low visibility for nearly half the year. With solutions from ADB SAFEGATE, the airport will streamline gate and apron operations to improve gate efficiency and throughput in all operating conditions, saving cost and time while also enhancing safety.
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.
Ghana Airport Company Limited (GACL) chose ADB SAFEGATE to upgrade the Tamale Airport with efficient CAT II LED airfield ground lighting (AGL). The airport was in dire need of an upgrade as the existing narrow runway did not support night operations. The upgrade will help accelerate growth and development of the region, setting it up as an economic hub.
Thank you all for for visiting us at the Airport Show this year and thank you for all intersting discussions about airport traffic expansion. We´re here to help you increase airport performance, from approach to departure with services and solutions for gate airfield and the tower. See you at the next event, at your airport or maybe on www.adbsafegate.com. A special thank you to Hafiz Haneef who made this video. Continue reading
Hyderabad International Airport, which serves as a key hub for many airlines and saw more than 15 million passengers in 2016-17, now holds the distinction of placing India’s first SafeLED IQ lighting order. A long-standing customer of ADB SAFEGATE, the airport already has our ALCMS, ILCMS, CCRS and A-VDGS, installed in 2008. Continue reading
Istanbul New Airport, expected to be the world’s largest airport, will serve as Turkey’s primary airport and a hub between Europe and Asia. ADB SAFEGATE will conduct an AGL design review and install its intelligent airfield solutions including intelligent LED ground lighting and visual aids. These will improve throughput and efficiency, and enable safer and more sustainable operations. Continue reading
Starting this month, Sri Lanka’s main international airport is set to undergo a massive infrastructure expansion, which includes the construction of a second international terminal that will increase annual passenger capacity to 15 million passengers. ADB SAFEGATE Partners with CATIC-ENG China to enable the airport’s move to improve operational efficiency with the use of energy-friendly solutions. Continue reading
ADB SAFEGATE will showcase its integrated airport solutions at the upcoming inter airport South East Asia in Singapore from February 15 to 17. With a presence of over 40 years and strong relationships with the region’s airports, ADB SAFEGATE seeks to further strengthen partnerships in Asia. Continue reading