Spanish government authorises the telecommunications service for air traffic control to be tendered for 36.1 million euros


Spain’s Council of Ministers today authorised the Ministry of Transport and Sustainable Mobility to tender a contract through ENAIRE, the national air navigation service provider, to renew the telecommunications service for its air traffic control systems through services with dual operators, for an estimated amount of 36.1 million euros (not including VAT). The contract is for three years, with options for two annual extensions.

The provision of these services includes control centres and towers, radar stations, communications centres and navaids

The purpose of the investment is to consolidate a communications services framework that guarantees resilience in response to the expected growth of air traffic. As a result, ENAIRE will increase its capacity to adapt to possible situations that could jeopardise the availability of the telecommunications systems and services needed to guarantee the operability of the flights it manages.

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