Bayanat Airports inks key partnership deal
Dubai, June 2, 2013
UAE-based Bayanat Airports Engineering & Supplies (BAES) has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Flight Calibration Services (FCSL) to be their representative for the UAE market.
BAES is part of Bayanat Engineering Group, a leading airport systems integration provider, specializing in air traffic control systems, airside systems and terminal systems.
The company has been operating in the Middle East for 27 years and has worked on key projects in the region including all major airports in the UAE and Qatar.
As part of the agreement, BAES widens its range of value-added services to its customers across the country with the deployment of FCSL’s solutions for flight commissioning and calibration.
"FCSL is a leading global Flight Calibration and Inspection service provider and a Flight Inspection System (FIS) manufacturer. Its continued investment in aircraft, flight inspection equipment and personnel has helped them offer the best systems and customer services," said Alan Bourjeily, the general manager at BAES.
"We are happy to sign this partnership agreement with FCSL to be their representative for UAE following their recent mobilization in Fujairah, Qatar and North Africa," he added.
Commenting on the partnership, David Bartlett, the director of FCSL said, “BAES is a reputed specialist in aviation technologies in the region with in-depth market knowledge and over 10 years of experience. Hence we felt it was right to take our business with them to the next level by appointing them as our representatives in the UAE."
FCSL provides cost effective flight calibration / inspection / validation / checking for the full range of aircraft radio navigation aids, including Instrument Landing Systems (ILS) to Cat III and primary / secondary radar systems with minimum disruptions to airfield and aircraft operations.
Being both a flight inspection service provider and a FIS manufacturer, allows the company to offer customers a guaranteed, cost effective, flexible, flight calibration/inspection/validation/checking service tailored to meet individual customer requirements.
"Our team will work closely with the BAES to ensure utmost quality to the local airport and aviation authorities," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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