Aeroportos de Portugal (ANA) has entered a deal with the Portuguese government to finance the expansion of Lisbon Airport.

ANA will provide €650m ($746m) for the first phase of the Lisbon airport expansion.

The airport authority will also invest approximately €500m ($574m) for the inauguration of a new civil airport in Montijo and up to €156m ($180m) to support access works in Humberto Delgado and Montijo as well as to compensate the Portuguese Air Force.

VINCI Airports company ANA operates ten airports in Portugal.

NovAtel has been awarded a contract by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for next-generation ground uplink station (GUS) signal generators.

The agreement includes the design, production, and supply of 40 GUS signal generators, which will support the modernisation of FAA’s Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) air navigation service.

NovAtel will also provide engineering support services for its satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS) products used by the FAA, covering the WAAS G-III reference receiver platform.

“Mace has been selected as the prime contractor to build a new £150m ($191m) arrivals terminal at London Stansted Airport.”

The new GUS signal generators will have independent L1 and L5 signal paths.

Tutor Perini Corporation subsidiary Roy Anderson Corp has been awarded an $88m by the Charleston County Aviation Authority to build a parking garage at Charleston International Airport in Charleston, South Carolina, US.

The company will construct a new five-story, cast-in-place parking garage with a capacity of 3,000 vehicles, on a site measuring one million square feet.

The contract also includes the construction of a pedestrian walkway, elevator core / lobby, landscaping, new roadway, and modernisation of the existing walkway / circulation area.

Headquartered in Los Angeles, US, Tutor Perini offers general contracting and design-build services to private and public agencies worldwide.

Mace has been selected as the prime contractor to build a new £150m ($191m) arrivals terminal at London Stansted Airport in the UK.

The terminal project is part of the airport’s £600m ($765m) reconstruction programme.

Construction on the terminal is scheduled to be started in 2019, with completion scheduled for autumn 2020.

The 39,000m² arrivals terminal will feature new retail facilities, larger immigration and baggage reclaim areas, and a public forecourt.