Watch the video where Regional Sales Director for Europe, Regardt Willer shares insights about the region:
The European market is unique and despite uncertainties has remained strong. Consider these estimates:
With increasing air traffic and tighter time schedules, it becomes necessary to control every movement within and around an airport. The usual way to increase capacity is to expand infrastructure. However, since many European airports were constructed during the 1960s and 1970s they are landlocked, making expansion almost impossible. To meet the challenge, European airports need better functionality for more capacity.
With the formation of Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) to overhaul the European airspace and air traffic management (ATM), the airports need to constantly explore ways to manage capacity and growth. Currently, the SESAR program includes 25 airports in Europe and their integration potential is far from utilized to full capability.
While infrastructure or runway expansion may seem like an ideal solution, at ADB SAFEGATE we believe the answer lies elsewhere. Airports can do more with what they already have and our integrated airport solutions can help unlock the hidden potential for airport traffic expansion.