The commissioning of Metro de Quito’s first subway line is fast approaching. Ineco has supervised the construction of the 18 new trains built by Spanish company CAF, that in just a few short months will be providing service to the most ambitious and significant infrastructure project in the history of the city and will be helping to create a “place to be better citizens”.
The head of the GAP network outlines the challenges of keeping airport infrastructure up-to-date, the key to achieving economic efficiency and passenger service quality.
Ineco has updated the Master Development Plans for the period 2020-2034 for 12 airports belonging to the Pacific Airport Group (GAP), which is partly owned by Aena Internacional. Against a background of strong growth in the Mexican aviation market, these plans will allow airports, including Guadalajara, sufficient capacity to meet increased demand.