Ecuador: Spanish company to expand air space radar systems to 90 percent of country

Posted on October 4, 2013 • Filed under: Ecuador, Latin America Aviation, TRAVEL

The Spanish company Indra moved to Ecuador a system of radars and air traffic control equipment totaling $ 30 million, the company said today in a statement. These are five radars that will expand airspace control from 30% to 90% thanks to its advanced technology, he added. The new radars, MSSR Mode S, have been installed in the provinces of Manabi Pichincha, Pastaza, Azua and Galapagos and are in addition to existing two. Read Article

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