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.
In these pages, the architect Bruce Fairbanks and the aeronautical engineer Roberto Serrano reflect on the types of control towers. They are both professionals, experts in aeronautical projects with more than 20 years’ experience, and they offer us their personal approach in different but complementary disciplines.
The Cartagena de Indias airport has grown and has been renovated to accommodate increased and farther-reaching traffic that requires larger and heavier aircrafts. Ineco has thus taken on the design and coordination of an expansion project that includes strengthening operational safety.