• Accipiter meets BASH requirements on Wake Island

    The US Air Force (USAF) has ordered a TS1-24D-XE 3D Avian Radar System from Accipiter Radar Corporation for deployment at Wake Island, following a competitive tender. The radar is being installed on the remote Pacific atoll as part of the USAF Safety Center Bird Aircraft Strike Hazard (BASH)

  • Gulf Aviation and Fuel Proof team up

    Gulf Aviation (a subsidiary of UK-based fuel distributor Certas Energy) has partnered with fuel storage equipment manufacturer Fuel Proof Ltd, to provide bunded tanks and bowsers for Jet A1 and Avgas 100LL fuel. Fuel Proof will supply a range of bunded tanks with capacities from 330–85,000

  • Kromek announces another CZT integration contract

    UK-based Kromek has been awarded another contract from an unnamed original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of airport x-ray baggage screening systems. The five-year deal is worth at least USD7.8 million, Kromek announced on 19 November. The OEM is an existing customer of Kromek, which in 2017

  • LGS adds video to Riga surface surveillance

    Latvian air navigation service provider LGS has ordered video camera technology from Indra Navia, to be integrated into the Indra InNOVA Advanced-Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (A-SMGCS) at Riga International Airport. The value of the deal was not disclosed. Indra said that it will

  • Ben Gurion to adopt iLane.Evo

    Smiths Detection is supplying 32 of its advanced modular iLane.Evo checkpoint lanes to enhance security at two Israeli airports: national gateway Ben Gurion and Ramon International, which is due to open in 2019. Delivery and installation work will begin in May 2019. The value of the contract from

  • Bush proceeds with MLIT programme

    Houston Bush Intercontinental Airport is implementing a project to replace Terminal D with the new Mickey Leland International Terminal (MLIT) by 2024. The estimated USD1.3 billion project includes demolition, renovation, and reconfiguration of the existing Terminal D; new access and airside roads;

Airports Airports

  • Stewart targets 2020 to complete expansion

    In response to the steady increase in international airline services, Stewart International Airport in New York State is adding a wing to its existing main terminal. Construction is under way on the 20,000 ft 2 (1,858 m 2 ) extension, completion of which is set for 2020. The facility will require


  • On your marks: nominations open for Jane’s ATC Awards 2019

    Key Points Send in your nomination by 10 December 2018 Winners will be announced on 12 March 2019 during World ATM Congress in Madrid Jane’s is proud to announce that it will again hold its industry-leading ATC Awards ceremony on the first day of World ATM Congress in 2019. Held annually

Equipment Equipment

  • Materna supplies SBD to India for first time

    Kempegowda International in Bangalore is the first airport in India to adopt a fully automated self-bag drop (SBD) system, after deploying the Air.Go system from Materna ips. A total of 16 Air.Go SBD units were rolled out on 15 November for use by Air Asia and SpiceJet passengers. Up to 32

Security Security

  • Hong Kong explores off-site freight screening

    The Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department (CAD) is inviting interested parties to enrol in its newly launched Regulated Air Cargo Screening Facilities (RACSF) scheme for off-airport screening. The deadline for submitting applications for the initial stage is 31 December. ICAO mandates security