Assessing underground infrastructure for aviation industry - Aerospace & Air Transport - Airports
The average airport facility in the United States is more than 40 years old, and our newest major airport is 20 years old, so many of the nation’s airport facilities are coming to the end of their useful lives or need to be rehabilitated. Aviation infrastructure needs have to be addressed in order to ensure passenger safety, prevent flight delays, meet population travel needs and move goods more efficiently. Commercial enplanements keep rising on an annual basis, more flights mean constant maintenance of aviation infrastructure (i.e. jet fuel pipelines, runways, and parking lots). Having a non-destructive means of inspecting aviation infrastructure will give airport owners valuable information to make critical repair/replace decisions, increase efficiency during work-flow management, and prioritize budgets. EnTech®`s data will help your airports run smoothly.