Last April, Aena announced the completion of Aena’s remodelling work on the South Dock of Terminal T1 at Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat airport, a project …
Ineco has returned to Cape Verde for the study of a new international airport on the island of Santo Antão and the possibility of night flights at the São Filipe aerodrome on the island of Fogo. The archipelago continues its commitment to improving its air connectivity to boost tourism, an objective in which the company has been collaborating for almost 20 years.
At large airports, having an Apron Management Service or AMS to guide aircraft on the ground reduces the workload of controllers and improves operational efficiency. Ineco has conducted a study to implement an AMS at Colombia’s El Dorado airport.
He holds a degree in aeronautical engineering from the UPM and a Master’s degree in General Business Management. He belongs to the Military Corps of the Air Force and the Civil Aeronautical Engineers Corps. He has worked in the Air Force since 1984, followed by a number of aeronautical organisations and companies.
Ineco is designing what will be Greece’s second largest airport, after the one in Athens. Located in Kasteli, in the interior of the island of Crete, it will replace the airport in Heraklion. It is one of the most important infrastructure projects for the island and for the country as a whole, providing a boost to the tourism sector, which is vital for the Greek economy.