Egis offers a range of services designed to help airports achieve performance and sustainability targets over the long term.
In aviation, Egis delivers consultancy, design and project management services to air traffic management (ATM), institutions, airports and aircraft stakeholders.
We are also shareholders and partners in the operation of 16 international airports, which gives us first-hand experience and unique insight of airport challenges.
Comprehensive aviation consultancy and project management
With a reputation for excellence, integrity and creativity, Egis has a unique 360° approach to the aviation industry. We work with our customers to design and successfully implement future aviation. In every project that we work on, we support our customers from policy, through to strategy, design, transformation, performance and operation.
We are used to working on complex multi-stakeholders projects, supporting consensus and efficient cooperation between all players.
Our main solutions and services are structured around three main segments, which are:
- Air traffic management
For each of these segments, we provide consultancy, design and engineering services. We build strong relationships with our customers and deliver high-quality services that are tailored to our customers’ needs.
Airport consulting and engineering services
We work for all stakeholders in the aviation industry, including governments and regulators, financial institutions, public organisations and administrations, standards institutes, industry manufacturers, training providers, and operators such as airports, airlines and air navigation service providers (ANSP).
Our comprehensive aviation expertise covers infrastructure, equipment, systems, processes, assets, and people for a holistic approach to complex issues. We provide end-to-end services to our customers, supporting them throughout the entire lifecycle of products and services.
Our consultancy and engineering solutions deliver tangible results – from strategy and design to implementation.
Air traffic management consultation services
Egis employs many aviation experts with different skills and experience, including internationally recognised economists, operational experts, safety and security professionals, systems engineers and technology specialists.
Many of our employees are considered thought-leaders in the industry and they bring innovative solutions and technological development to the projects that they work on.
Our team is multinational and we have a truly global reach with offices in Europe (France, UK, and Slovakia), Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and Latin America.
We help our customers shape a future-proof air traffic management industry with consulting and engineering services in safety / technology, cybersecurity, digital transformation, liberalisation of air traffic services, data centres.
Egis is a global consultancy, design and engineering group that employs 13,600 people in all regions across the world. Egis is also a road and airport operator that provides mobility services to transport users. While the Egis brand celebrated 20 years of existence in 2018, some companies of the group were established more than 50 years ago.
Through expertise in transport, buildings, water, energy, urban development and mobility services, the group focuses on supporting the development and transition of regions with sustainable development and corporate social responsibility perspectives.
Together shaping tomorrow’s infrastructure, cities and living environment with our customers, we support transformation to smart energy, digital, transportation and resources management solutions and services.
The group’s aim is to imagine, create and achieve a sustainable future based on the company’s core values to be creative, responsible and people-first.
Egis ranked as the sixth global firm by Engineering News Record in 2018 within the transportation sector top ten.
Egis offers multidisciplinary consultancy services to aviation administrations and authorities advising on policy, strategy and transformation of the aviation industry.
Egis provides air traffic management services that aim to help air traffic management (ATM) stakeholders enhance operational performance, optimise decision-making processes and define an optimal development strategy for safety, economic and environmental factors.
Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA), the main airport in Hong Kong, has been experiencing significant growth rates in passenger and cargo traffic and aircraft movements over the past decade.
Sihanoukville international airport, also known as Kang Keng airport, is Cambodia’s third international airport. It is located approximately 20km east of Sihanoukville city centre.
Formerly known as Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA), Clark International Airport (CIA) is situated in the Clark Special Economic Zone (CSEZ) of the Philippines near Angeles City, Luzon Island.
Mexican airport operator Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste (ASUR) inaugurated Terminal 4 (T4) at Cancun International Airport in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico, in October 2017, to cater the growing number of domestic and international passengers.
Bugesera International Airport (BIA) is currently under construction in the Bugesera District, approximately 25km south-east of Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda. It will replace the existing Kigali International Airport.
Tocumen International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the Central American region. It is located at Tocumen, 24km east of the city of Panama in the Republic of Panama. The airport was first opened in June 1947.
Within Horizon 2020, an Egis-led team featuring Thales Alenia Space has been selected to analyse possible development of future aviation service for the EGNOS European satellite-based augmentation system.
Egis has been selected to provide design and supervision consultancy services for the new cargo area at Bahrain International Airport (BIA).
Airborne Concept and Egis are Developing a Solution that Enables Visualisation of Certain Drones on Air Traffic Control Radar Screens
Visualisation of a mini-drone on the screens of the air traffic control system of the French Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC) is an unprecedented event. This technological advance is the result of a team work between the Airborne Concept company and the Egis Group, based on the development of an automatic dependent surveillance - broadcast (ADS-B) transceiver mounted on a mini-drone.
One month ahead of the next Arab League Summit, the Mauritanian Authorities have officially commissioned the new Oumtounsy international airport in Nouakchott on the 23 June. Egis has provided continued and comprehensive support over the project, hence illustrating the multifaceted expertise of the Group in the airport sector, beyond engineering activities.
Egis and Projacs are Providing Key Assistance in Developing Abha International Airport in Saudi Arabia
One year ago the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) announced it had chosen Abha International Airport to become a hub serving the southern region of Saudi Arabia in an aim to contribute to strengthening economic activities. For this project Egis and its subsidiary Projacs are bringing their know-how in airport engineering around different areas of expertise.
Egis and ICAD have signed a strategic partnership at the end of 2014 with the objective of jointly developing commercial business in the Middle East and North Africa.
King Khaled International Airport is currently undergoing a large development and expansion programme that aims at increasing capacity in a near future.
Egis has been contracted by the French Air Navigation Service Provider (DSNA) to provide support on major projects conducted by DSNA's departments in charge of the definition of ATM system requirements & architecture (ESA) as well as their integration, validation and deployment (IVD).
Egis is leading a consortium gathering Pildo Labs, CGX AERO and DSNA that will provide support on the definition and implementation of curved procedures for rotorcraft operations. These curved paths require high-precision guidance and enable rotorcraft to avoid noise sensitive urban areas.
On 19 July 2013, the Flemish Government officially named Egis as the winner of two public service concession tenders for the operations of Antwerp and Ostend-Bruges airports, for a 25-year term.
ATALIS is one of the first Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) systems to be ready for the ICAO NEW Flight Plan format for airlines (PANS/ATM amendment taking force mid November 2012).
On 6 June 2012, Egis finalised its acquisition of the Brazilian firm Aeroservice, specialising in airport consultancy and engineering. After Vega (specialist in freight rail engineering), in 2011, this new acquisition will strengthen Egis' position in the Brazilian market.
Egis Continues to Provide Support to Promote Safety, Security and Environment of Civil Aviation in the Transport Corridor Europe-Caucasus-Asia (TRACECA)
The Transport Corridor Europe Central Asia (TRACECA) programme was initiated in 1993 by the European Commission with an aim to stimulate cooperation among participants' countries and to promote their integration into the global economy.
Egis conducts feasibility studies for the expansion of terminals T1 and T3 at Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport (Aéroports de Lyon).
Egis Avia, one of the premier European companies fully dedicated to air transport and Airport Consulting Vienna, an international airport consulting company are entering into partnership through a cooperation agreement. Both companies have a strong heritage in the airport field. Egis Av
Egis has been contracted by the Belgian air navigation service provider (ANSP) Belgocontrol on behalf of its FABEC partners to provide safety expertise within the frame of the creation of functional airspace block Europe Central (FABEC). The FABEC project is building a functional airsp
RTCA has voted once again to honour the surveillance, separation and safety division of Egis Avia, and particularly the work done by Eric Vallauri, one of the company's ATM Experts. RTCA recognises the contributions to DO-319, safety, performance and interoperability requirements docume
ATC Global 2011 will be starting in a few weeks time and we would like to offer you the opportunity to meet us on stand #H103 (Hall 11) during the 3-day exhibition, which takes place in Amsterdam on 8-10 March. We will be happy to introduce our large portfolio of services and products
The European Satellite Services Provider (ESSP) was created in 2001 by representatives of Europe's key air navigation service providers. Through a European Commission (EC) contract, the organisation is responsible for the operations and maintenance of the system and the provision of satellite nav
The Eurocontrol Cascade programme is aimed at planning and co-ordinating the European implementation of automatic dependent surveillance broadcast (ADS-B). This technique relies on aircrafts that automatically broadcast their identity, position and other aircraft information to enhance flight saf
Egis has been selected by the French Defence (DGA) to deploy simulation and training systems for navy air traffic controllers (referred to as SECAM project). Attributed in January 2010 to the consortium formed by Egis Avia (as team leader), OKTAL and INEO, the fixed part of the initial contract w
The Italian Civil Aviation Authority (ENAC) mapped out an airport development plan (ADP) for Valerio Catullo Airport in Verona. It has become the second North-East hub in Italy in terms of traffic, passengers (3.4million in 2008) and cargo. In order to foster an expansion mainly fuelled by low-co
GNSS operations from the en-route to the approach and landing are going to be widely implemented over Europe in the coming years. Taking into account upcoming high solar activity, there is a need for EUROCONTROL, the European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation, to study ionosphere effe
As the new specific terminal designed to accommodate delegates of the 16th Conference on Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG16) has been successfully completed, Egis is now conducting a new project at Oran Es-Senia Airport in Algeria. The contract awarded by Etablissement de Gestion des Service
Today, regulation and flight planning activities do not take environmental aspects, particularly emission issues, into account at Central Flow Management Unit (CFMU) level. At a European scale, the CFMU is the organisation in charge of providing air traffic flow and capacity management (ATFCM) se
Elaborating and implementing eco-friendly initiatives and research programmes has never been so high on the agenda of the aviation industry stakeholders as it is now. Working towards greener skies, the European Commission, together with the aviation industry, has created the CleanSky Joint Undert
Simulations are increasingly requested by en route and approach control facilities in order to test and validate new air traffic concepts. The development of new concepts such as free-route and ASAS-spacing necessarily include experimental phases on a simulator before they are put into opera
The Congolese government and Egis have signed a concession contract for the development, operation and maintenance of Brazzaville, Pointe-Noire and Ollombo International Airports. Egis Avia, through its subsidiary SEGAP, jointly held by the Marseille Provence Chamber of Commerce, and Eg
Egis Avia will exhibit at the next ATC Global event taking place at Amsterdam RAI Convention Centre in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, from 09-11 March 2010. The ATC Global Conference will be celebrating its 20th year, while Egis Avia celebrated its 40th in 2009. ATC Global is th
The company in charge of Beauvais Airport's management and operations has initiated a €68m investment plan. In this framework, a €14m project is dedicated to the upgrade of the precision approach to category III in order to enhance safety and reduce flight delays at the airport.
Egis Avia signed a contract on 25 March for the construction of a temporary air terminal in Es Senia Airport in Oran, Algeria. The Sonatrach/Activite Aval Group, the largest Algerian oil company, contracted Egis Avia for the design and build of a temporary terminal in Oran’s Es Senia Ai
Egis Avia Provides Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) and Airport Flight Data Processing Systems to 35 French Airports
Egis Avia has been contracted by the French air navigation services department (DSNA) to provide a turnkey solution managing aeronautical information for 30 medium-traffic airports in France and five airports in overseas departments and territories (such as Cayenne, French Guyana, and Fort de Fra
The French Ministry of Transportation and Civil Aviation has entrusted Egis Avia with the study of the required work for a standardisation and expansion of Bangui M'Poko airport in the Central African Republic. Bangui M’Poko airport opened in 1967 and is no longer compliant with interna
Egis Avia has been commissioned by Eurocontrol for the study of the regulatory system, issued by the European Aviation Safety Agency and the Single European Sky system. Egis Avia carries out a study on the regulatory standards issued by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) regardi
ACAS II, the airborne collision avoidance system, is designed to reduce the risk of mid-air collision for carriages of fixed-wing aircrafts with a maximum takeoff mass exceeding 5,700kg, or those authorised to carry more than 19 passengers. However, it is important to consider whether safety bene
The French Air Navigation Service Department (DSNA) and Egis Avia Extend Their Cooperation through Arrival and Departure Management Solutions
The French Air Navigation Service Department (DSNA) and Egis Avia signed a convention on January 2 2008 to endeavour to implement the MAESTRO solution which manages arrival (AMAN) and departure flights (DMAN). This convention rationalizes, optimizes and reinforces the development of a c
Egis Avia associated with Atos Origin has been selected by the French Air Navigation Services Department (DSNA) to carry out the engineering studies of en-route, approach and airport air traffic management systems. These engineering activities are conducted in an ever-changing context d
Well-known for its demonstrated competence in all civil aviation fields, Sofreavia has exported its expertise all over the world for nearly 40 years. By integrating the EGIS group, one of the world's leading companies in multi-modal transport and infrastructure engineering, Sofreavia
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