EMTE extends its international presence with new contracts to improve support systems for air navigation at various airports in Morocco and Poland. These contracts reinforce the activity of the engineering company COMSA EMTE in the airport sector, in which it operates in countries such as Argentina, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Chile, Nepal and Spain.
In Morocco it has been awarded the contract for the supply and installation of a DVOR/DME guidance system for aircraft both en route and on approach for the airports of Casablanca, Tangier, Rabat, Tetouan and Nador. It has also been awarded the contract for the supply and installation of a mobile control tower for aerial navigation needs, ready for deployment in any airport in the country.
In parallel, EMTE will provide the airport of Marrakech-Menara with 17 passenger boarding bridges, which will provide a safe and comfortable transit between the terminal and the aircraft, together with their respective docking guides and 400 Hz converters. These contracts are worth 12.2 million euros and strengthen the company’s presence in Moroccan airports, making a total of eight contracts in the portfolio.
Growth in Poland
In Poland, EMTE has also won a contract to install a remote field monitor in Warsaw airport to ensure the correct location of the aircraft during approach to landing in CAT III. This acquisition follows the other air navigation projects EMTE has already implemented in the country, such as the provision of boarding bridges in Gdansk, installation of a ground/air communication system in Krakow and installation of a DVOR/DME guidance system for aircraft en route in Lodz.
New airport terminal Francisco de Orellana (Ecuador)
At the same time, COMSA has also strengthened its international business in airport infrastructure. The Ministry of Transport and Public Works of Ecuador has awarded the company a contract for the construction of a terminal, a control tower, a hangar equipped with a fire prevention system and a new aircraft apron in the Francisco de Orellana Airport. The works, which will be executed as part of a joint venture, also involve creating a storm sewer system that carries rainwater to the Coca River. This contract is worth 11.9 million euros.