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07.09.2017 10:00 Age: 99 days

AERTEC - International Airport Congress

By: Carl-Friedrich Flothmann

AERTEC Solutions is organizing an International Airport Congress in Malaga which will bring together around fifty Congress in Malaga, which will bring together around fifty renowned experts


• The International Airport Congress will analyse the Public-Private Partnership model – known as PPP or P3 – as a current growth formula for many airports.

• Renowned industry experts from Saudi Arabia, Dubai, Colombia, Peru, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany and Spain will take part in the congress, which seeks to share new airport management proposals.

• The Centre Pompidou in Malaga will host this event's technical sessions, which will be held on 21 and 22 September.

• The organisation of this event forms part of AERTEC Solutions' commemorative events for its twentieth anniversary, a complete programme of which is being held over the course of this year.

Malaga will host the International Airport Congress being organised by AERTEC Solutions, the international engineering and consultancy firm, which will be held on 21 and 22 September. This event will bring together around fifty world-renowned experts in the industry from Saudi Arabia, Dubai, Colombia, Peru, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany and Spain and will be held at the Pompidou Centre auditorium.

The Congress's main theme will be the public-private partnership model (also known as PPP or P3), which has been consolidating itself as a highly successful airport operating model in recent years. More specifically, three projects operating under this P3 model which AERTEC Solutions is working on will be analysed: the El Dorado II Airport in Bogota, Colombia, which is in the preliminary concession structuring phase; Jubail Airport in Saudi Arabia, which is in the pre-tender phase; and Lima Airport in Peru, one of the most important success stories of an airport concession operated under the P3 model. Highly renowned experts will give conferences to analyse these three case studies, which are at different stages of the P3 model.

The keynote speech, entitled The importance of the P3 airport operating model, will be given by Vicente Padilla, a co-founder of AERTEC Solutions, and the company's Aviation General Director, Carlos Berenguer, will close the event.

The International Airport Congress is the first of the three large final events to celebrate AERTEC Solutions' twentieth anniversary. A complete programme of commemorative events has been held since the beginning of the year to commemorate this anniversary, including monthly working breakfasts with a series of relevant players in the fields of technology and aerospace. Another two significant events will be held before the end of the year: the presentation in Madrid of a book published by the company at the end of October and an event involving the entire workforce that will be held in November in Seville.

About AERTEC Solutions
AERTEC Solutions is an international engineering and consultancy firm specialised in aeronautics which is celebrating its twentieth anniversary this year. It was founded in 1997 and today performs its activities at airports, as well as in the aeronautical industry and aerospace and defence systems.

It has reference projects at more than 100 airports spread out over 40 countries on five continents. Its international projects currently account for more than 80% of the company's airport business.

It is a Tier 1 supplier of manufacturing engineering services and programme management to the Airbus Group for its civil and military aircraft. The company's involvement in the world's large aeronautical programmes like the A350XWB, the A400M, the A320 and the A330MRTT, among others, should be highlighted.

It designs aerospace systems for aircraft, unmanned aircraft and high-dynamic vehicles for both the civil and the military spheres. It has its own light tactical RPAS for observation and surveillance applications like the TARSIS 75 and TARSIS 25.

The company employs a workforce of over 500 professional experts in aeronautics and has offices in Spain, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Colombia and the United States.

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