Blast Deflectors, Inc. (BDI) is a global leader in the design, manufacture, and supply of jet blast deflectors and ground run-up enclosures for airports.
Colas has extensive experience of runway construction and rehabilitation at some of the world’s busiest airports and at some of the most remote airpo...
Since 1949, NACO has provided integrated and multi-disciplinary airport planning and design services for 600 airports in more than 100 countries.
This week held the opening of easyJet’s new base and the launch of Faro airport’s solar plant, the first in-airport solar plant in Portugal.
VINCI Airports celebrated completion of the upgrade which included renovation of the taxiways and two runways, and new runway lighting.
BDI was selected by Austin Bridge and Road to design and supply an End Around Taxiway Visual Screen at DFW in July of 2019.
Over the next six months, more than 200 contractors are being employed to work on the project, and the old runway asphalt will be recycled.
Work done included asphalting 300,000 square metres of runway and apron. Finavia also upgraded the airport’s electricity network and ILS.
The project, which will upgrade an area where multiple runways intersect, is being completed nearly two years ahead of schedule.
The airport received a $4 million grant from the State of Florida for the noise-reducing, aircraft testing GRE facility.
BDI offers the airport industry a full selection of jet blast deflectors, from light-duty for taxi operations to heavy-duty models for engine run-ups.
BDI offer ground run-up enclosure (GRE) facilities that use patented components, proven designs and a spotless track record of successful installations.
Exel’s extremely light yet rigid composite support structures are the optimum choice for airport safety in every respect.