Honduras addresses air traffic growth with FREQUENTIS advanced surveillance solution


The Government of Honduras, through the Spanish Cooperation, presents the Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B) solution, Quadrant, by Frequentis Comsoft. This is to handle the upcoming growth in air traffic and runway capacity at Palmerola International Airport in Comayagua.

The Central America Flight Information Region (FIR) covers over 2.6 million square kilometers and is one of the largest in the Central America and Caribbean (CAR) region. COCESNA is an organisation in charge of providing air navigation services for its member states in Central America (Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua). The solution for Palmerola International Airport, implemented with Spanish integrator DEIMOS, includes a redundant turnkey Quadrant station at the airport. As a highly flexible solution, Quadrant can easily and quickly scale up and down to meet requirements, from a single remote ADS-B deployment to nationwide wide area multilateration (WAM).

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