Indra announced on 6 June that it has completed modernisation of the main Tbilisi air traffic control centre for Georgian air navigation service provider Sakaeronavigatsia, by installing a new automation system.
Sakaeronavigatsia awarded Indra the EUR6.6 million (USD7.4 million) contract in June 2015. As well as providing and installing the new automation system, Indra established a contingency centre in Kutaisi.
Overflights in Georgia increased by 13% in 2017, and Eurocontrol predicts a baseline average annual growth rate of 5.3% for the period 2018-24.
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