Deals this week: ERA, Skywards

24 November 2017 (Last Updated November 24th, 2017 11:02)

ERA, a provider of surveillance and flight tracking solutions based in the Czech Republic, has won a contract to supply its surveillance system for a new airport to be built in Daxing, Beijing, China.

ERA, a provider of surveillance and flight tracking solutions based in the Czech Republic, has won a contract to supply its surveillance system for a new airport to be built in Daxing, Beijing, China.

The contractor will deploy a multi-sensor surveillance system (MSS), which comprises 47 ground stations, at the Daxing international airport, under the contract.

The surveillance system will provide the airport operators with improved signal detection capabilities.

The Indian Government has granted approval for the signing of a memorandum of understanding with Poland on civil aviation co-operation.

“The Indian Government has granted approval for the signing of a memorandum of understanding with Poland on civil aviation co-operation.”

The agreement will enable the two nations to promote and encourage mutual co-operation in several areas of civil aviation for a period of five years.

The partners will exchange information and expertise related to regional air operations, airworthiness requirements and safety standards, as well as aviation regulations to increase the safety of air transportation.

The co-operation will help improve regional air connectivity in India.

Standard Chartered Bank (Pakistan) has signed a pact with UAE-based aviation company The Emirates Group (Skywards) to offer a credit card named The Emirates Standard Chartered Credit Card.

The credit card is tailored to offer world-class travel services to the customers of both Standard Chartered and Skywards.