Deals this week: Cathay Pacific Airways, Indra, Park Air Systems

16 February 2018 (Last Updated February 16th, 2018 10:13)

Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways Limited has agreed with Cotai Ferry Ltd to share its 'CX' code on Cotai Water Jet services.

Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways Limited has agreed with Cotai Ferry Ltd to share its ‘CX’ code on Cotai Water Jet services.

Cathay Pacific customers will be able to access Cotai Water Jet-operated services between Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) and the Taipa Ferry Terminal in Macao.

Check-through baggage and a choice of six daily Cotai Water Jet direct sailings from the SkyPier at HKIA will be offered to Cathay Pacific customers from 26 February 2018.

Indra Sistemas SA has been contracted by Saudi Air Navigation Services (SANS) to deploy a latest-generation air traffic system at airports and control centres in Saudi Arabia.

“Park Air Systems has received a contract from Danish air navigation service provider NAVIAIR to provide ground-to-air radios.”

The company will modernise two control centres in Jeddah and Riyadh and two approach control centres in Dammam and Abha by 2020.

Indra’s technology will also be installed in the air traffic control towers of approximately 20 airports in the country.

The modern air traffic management systems will enhance the airports’ capacity to handle increased traffic.

Park Air Systems has received a contract from Danish air navigation service provider NAVIAIR to deliver ground-to-air radios.

The company will replace the ground-to-air communication equipment with Park Air T6 air traffic control radio to support Denmark’s airports and en-route operations.

Park Air Systems will also supply the MARC remote control and monitoring system for maintenance as well as training of NAVIAIR staff. The company is an air traffic management subsidiary of Northrop Grumman.