Posts tagged AESA


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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Keeping wildlife at bay at airports

The presence of animals in and around airports can cause serious conflicts with aircraft operations. To reduce this risk, since 2017, Ineco has been collaborating with Aena to implement measures in all of Spain’s airports in accordance with the guidelines of the Spanish Aviation Safety and Security Agency (AESA). This article describes some specific cases in which the company has participated in these efforts to make air safety compatible with conservation.

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Mathematics against chaos

There are hundreds of factors that could affect airport operations and potentially cause an incident: incorporation of aircraft with larger fuselages, the placement of cranes or a new building in the surrounding areas of an airport, a runway with an excessive slope, a poor drainage system, a shed or a nearby tree mass, an area with strong winds, etc. There are also strict regulations and procedures to prevent and manage each event.

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