ADB Safegate has secured a contract for the installation of SafeLED airfield lighting (AGL) on the Kempegowda International Airport’s second runway.
Upon installation, the airstrip will become India’s first runway powered by LEDs.
BIAL intends to minimise the power and maintenance expenses and enhance safety through the installation of the SafeLED lighting system.
The contract also includes design and supply of advanced visual docking guidance systems (A-VDGS), and delivery of constant current regulators (CCRs) for lighting and control systems.
Alaska Airlines has reached an agreement with Neste, an oil refining and marketing company based in Finland, for the development and adoption of renewable fuels in the airline industry.
The partnership will enable the airliner to curb the emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) through the use of sustainable fuels.
The consortium will also focus on performance and operational benefits, as well as turbine emission reductions.
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been signed by Leonardo and Aireon for the integration of automatic dependent broadcast (ADS-B) data and ‘LeadInSky’ air traffic management (ATM) system.
LeadInSky is an advanced ATM automation platform that offers safe and secure air traffic control through disaster-recovery capabilities and multi-level redundancies.
It also provides a high degree of data-processing availability and consistency.
The integration is intended to optimise airspace management and flight routes of ADS-B-equipped aircraft.
A contract renewal agreement has been signed between Paris-Beauvais Airport in France and ParkCloud.
ParkCloud, an online parking reservation services provider based in the UK, has been collaborating with the airport for the last four years.
The contract renewal enables ParkCloud to offer pre-booking services to passengers at the three car parking sites at the airport.
China’s Yantai Penglai International Airport has awarded a contract to architecture company Aedas for the design and construction of its new Terminal 2.
Aedas will lead the international design architectural team comprising the New Era Airport Design Institute and the China Southwest Architectural Design and Research Institute (CSWADI).
The proposed Terminal 2 will be developed over an area of 167,000m² and will address the growing passenger demand at the airport.