A large-scale project
The future new 700,000 m2 terminal will be capable of handling traffic of 30 million passengers a year in 2017. MTC will offer 3,000 raised parking spaces for vehicles and a baggage system with a capacity for handling 19,000 bags/hour. Aircraft services will be set up in airfield areas: hangars, fuel provision, air cargo, general aviation matters, etc. and other industrial developments needed for good airport operation, for example, an electrical substation or a waste treatment plant, will be as well built.
In 2021, the capacity is expected to grow to handle 40 million passengers a year thanks to the construction of a new satellite terminal.
Together with an expert company
Ineco and Aena will analyse in detail all factors affecting the terminal operation once it is in use, such as the business and operation style, the management model, the companies that will operate in it, the service providers, the environmental impact, etc., and will assure all staff working in the new infrastructure is correctly trained.
All this will be used to determine the model and the procedures to be applied to guarantee proper operation of the terminal, as well as perfect service provision to passengers.
Ineco and Aena will as well be responsible for designing the testing methodology for the trials prior to the terminal transfer. They will focus on the analysis of the operation of each section of the main subsystems, such as check-in, baggage delivery, boarding, signals, security or complementary service provision to passengers.
Moreover, global trials will be carried out, in which full processes, such as flow of passengers and baggage at departures and arrivals, will be analysed.
Ineco experience in ORAT
Ineco is a company harvesting 10 years of experience in operational readiness, thanks to her participation in the transfer of the main airports in Spain, such as Madrid, Barcelona, Malaga, Alicante or Gran Canaria, apart from many other airports in the Aena network.
In all those years Ineco has developed and perfected a methodology to successfully complete the projects commisioned by its clients, even in the most complex ones, such as Terminal 4 at Madrid-Barajas airport and Terminal 1 at Barcelona-El Prat airport, two clear examples of best practices in transfers of large airport infrastructures.
Broad experience supported by the quality of our work.