Copenhagen Airport is one of Europe’s largest airports and a major center of airport traffic in Scandinavia and northern Europe. Copenhagen serves as the Scandinavian hub for DHL, Scandinavian Airlines and in a key hub for the Star Alliance network of 16 international airlines that fly to a total of 795 airports in 139 countries. With a European and global network of direct flight connections, Copenhagen’s operations and expansion are critical to supporting the growth of not only Denmark but European and global industry.
Beijing is home to one of the fastest growing airports in the world, Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK). In 2005, Beijing Capital International Airport was the world leader in passenger growth, with a staggering 17.5% upswing in passenger traffic. This number is only expected to rise, especially as Beijing prepares for the 2008 Summer Olympics. Sixty-six airlines serve Beijing Capital International Airport offering flights to more than 88 cities in China and 69 cities abroad, accounting for over 5,000 scheduled flights.
The Czech ANS manages the rapidly growing air traffic in the airspace of the Czech Republic. Ostrava, the country’s third-busiest airport, is located among mountainous terrain in the northeast sector of the Prague flight information region (FIR).
During the past several years, Amsterdam’s Schiphol International Airport has grown to become one of the largest airports in the world. In 2005, Schiphol ranked fourth in Europe in terms of passenger traffic with over 44 million passengers and third in cargo with 1.5 million tons. Schiphol has 6 operational runways and is the home base for KLM airlines, Martinair, Transavia, and the European hub of Northwest Airlines.
Pardubice, November 20th, 2013 The ERA MSS system installed at the Sochi International Airport went officially operational in November to ensure the future safety of thousands of participants flying to the Caucasus region of Russia as part of the 2014 Olympic Games.
Pardubice, October 18th, 2013 Participants in the NATO Airforce Armaments Group summit from several NATO countries visited the headquarters of ERA Company in Pardubice on October 18th 2013. The primary goal of the visit was the introduction of alternative radiolocation methods and a presentation of the ERA military solutions portfolio (particularly its precision approach functionality) to members of the Aerospace Capability Group 5 on Global Mobility.
Tashkent, October 2nd - 4th, 2013 Two specialists from ERA Company were invited to the conference EURASIA held in Tashkent on October 2nd – 4th, 2013. ERA traditionally participated as a permanent observer at this 28th gathering of the coordinating council and group of aeronavigation experts (KGE) from eight post-soviet republics.
Prague, September 2013 The ERA Company gratefully accepted an invitation from the Czech Air National Service Provider at the beginning of autumn of this year and organized a two days workshop for its guests at the ANSP headquarters in Jeneč in order to present the results of newly developed surveillance technologies such as MSPSR.
Prague, September, 2013 ERA Company took part in the 71th NEDBAG (NATO Emitter DataBase Advisory Group) conference held in Prague from September 23th – 26th 2013.