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Small airports with big prospects

Ineco has drafted a master plan for Germán Olano Airport (Puerto Carreño) and airport planning schemes for San Bernardo (Mompox) and Contador (Pitalito) Airports for the Colombian Civil Aviation Authority. These are three small airports that have great impact for the economy and connectivity of their respective regions, especially thanks to tourism, which is opening up the prospects for a promising future.

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More stations for the Golden Line

Ineco, through its subsidiary Inecomex, in consortium with Cal y Mayor y Asociados, is managing a project to extend Line 12 of the Mexico City Metro, also known as the Golden Line, the newest line in the Mexican capital’s extensive metro network. The new section, with three new stations and 4.6 kilometres of tunnel, will improve connections between the east and west of one of the largest cities in the world.

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Approval for high-speed material

121 tonnes of rail, 550 tonnes of sleepers and 145 lorries loaded with ballast are just one example of what goes into building just one kilometre of single track on a high-speed line. Technicians from Ineco have been working with Adif and Adif Alta Velocidad for more than 15 years to guarantee the quality and supply of all railway materials used for track assembly. A job that requires maximum rigour and, over time, has resulted in the creation of a proven methodology.

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The EU promotes the use of drones

The recreational and professional drone industry has grown exponentially in recent years and this has led to the implementation of new national regulations. As a result, the European Union is seeking to unify these regulations under the Single European Sky programme, SESAR. Ineco is participating in several projects to define the safety requirements that these unmanned aircraft must meet.

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Tracks for the Central Bioceanic Railway Corridor

The Central Bioceanic Railway Corridor (CFBC) –a passenger and freight line that will cross South America– is a project aimed at boosting trade between Peru, Bolivia and Brazil. The Bioceanic Consulting Consortium, made up of the Spanish engineering companies Ineco and Incosa, has carried out a feasibility and financial viability study for the railway to better define its route between the Peruvian Pacific coast and Bolivia.

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More international stands for Barcelona-El Prat

The redesign and enlargement of the South Pier of Barcelona-El Prat Airport’s Terminal T1 will allow it to receive large-capacity aircraft. Thanks to a solution designed by Ineco for Aena, the South Pier of Terminal T1 will change from operating regional flights to handling international flights with wide-body aircraft, with improved quality of service provided to passengers.

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