Systems Interface win Tbilisi Airport Contract

6 Mar 2017

Systems Interface, based in the UK, has won the contract to supply and install DMEs (Distance Measuring Equipment) at Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport for Sakaeronavigatsia Limited of Georgia.

Systems Interface will be responsible for the supply, installation and commissioning of two Dual Low Power, 100w DMEs and Antennas.  Both DMEs will be installed by May 2017 on runways 13 and 31, replacing the airports existing end-of-life equipment. 

Mr Giorgi Ediherashvilli, Executive Director of Sakaeronavigatsia said: “We are very pleased to be working with Systems Interface once again.  Their attention to detail, performance and quality of work, especially when under tight deadlines, has always been exemplary”.

About Sakaeronavigatsia Limited

Sakaeronavigatsia was founded in 1993 as a limited company providing civil aviation with air navigation services within the Georgian airspace. Since then the Georgian airspace has become one of the most important sectors of the Eurasian air corridor and air traffic flow has increased significantly.

About Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport

The airport, operated by TAV Georgia, is the main International Airport in Georgia and recorded 2,252,535 annual passengers in 2016 up 21.95% year on year.

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