|Company||Exel Composites Plc|
Airport environment has numerous needs where
- low mass
- transparency to electromagnetic signals
- minimum maintenance
are features of high value. With more than 15 years of experience at airports Exel can satisfy these needs with composite structures, poles, lattice masts, fences etc.
Maximum safety with minimum mass
Approach lighting masts must break on impact so that airplane can continue its performance with landing or take-off. As specified by ICAO, certain airport equipment and installations, because of their function, must be located in an operational area. ICAO specifies further that all such equipment and installations as well as their supports should be of minimum mass and frangible in order to ensure that impact does not result in loss of control of the aircraft.
Such equipment is e.g.
- approach lighting systems
- weather measuring systems and wind directions indicators
- ILS localizer and glide path equipment
- radar reflectors
Exel Composites Plc will be Exhibiting at Inter Airport Europe 2015 in Munich, Germany at Stand: Finnish Pavilion (Hall B5)
Our modern world is based on connectedness of people and businesses, and airports play a key role as a provider of worldwide connectivity. Robust gains in global passenger traffic over the past twelve months initiate new business opportunities in the airport sector.
Renowned as the leading one stop shop event for the entire airport industry, inter airport Europe is the first choice for airport operators when it comes to sourcing airport equipment, technology and services for ground handling, terminal operations, airport IT and airport design. More than 600 exhibitors from 40 countries present a comprehensive range of technologies at inter airport Europe 2015, held from 6 – 9 October 2015, at the Munich Trade Fair Centre in Germany. A total of 11,900 international industry experts from airports, airlines, air cargo carriers and aviation-support attended the previous exhibition.
Airport enlargement, refurbishment and new construction are currently high on the agenda for airport operators, not only in growth markets but also in Europe where there is an evident tendency to capacity constraints. As a result, innovations in the areas of fully automated handling systems, quicker data exchange, time efficient aircraft handling, energy-saving airport design and highest possible security standards are in the focus at inter airport Europe 2015 in order to enhance cost-efficiency and sustainability.
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