Egis Avia Studies the Expansion of a Central African Republic Airport
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 international safety and security standards. Consequently, the French Ministry of Transportation and Civil Aviation entrusted Egis Avia with the study for the required work, to ensure compliance of the airport with regulations and to conduct its expansion. This operation also includes a study for the building of a surrounding fence.
The contract was approved by the French Ministry of Finances and Economy on 17 June 2008. The current study concerns the first phase of the contract. A draft presenting the conclusions of this study should be published by the end of October 2008.
This project is carried out by the airport consulting and engineering department of Egis Avia.