Ineco supported ENAIRE in the roll-out and commissioning of the new voice communications system for the control tower at Palma de Mallorca airport (in the …
For the first time, the Spanish air traffic control system (SACTA) screens have been used remotely for verification and validation tasks. Since the declaration of …
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.
ENAIRE’s new terminal area control centre (TACC) in Valencia now boasts the latest technology to control the air traffic in an area of 59,000 km2, to the airports of Alicante, Valencia, Castellón and Murcia, as well as between Madrid and the Balearic Islands. In 2019, traffic is expected to grow by 4% and the number of flights will exceed 200,000
The Ministry of Public Works’ Innovation Plan represents a commitment to digitisation, energy efficiency and sustainability reflected in 70 specific initiatives that have undergone a period of public consultation. February 2018 will see the launch of a coordinated process to transform the Spanish transport system to provide a high degree of personalisation and efficiency spearheaded by new technologies.
ENAIRE, the manager of air navigation services in Spain, has developed a strategic plan for 2017-2020 that includes an investment of 300 million euros during that period. Traffic is expected to grow 16% over the next four years, which will translate into 2.2 million flights in 2020.
ENAIRE will invest €12.3 million in renovating the data communication system for air traffic control in Spain, and €4.1 million in new equipment for Valencia airport’s terminal control centre. Big investments for big improvements that Ineco has been collaborating on for over two decades.