Airport systems innovator, Cavotec MSL, has recorded a series of ground support equipment orders from three Turkish airports in recent months. The deals will see the delivery of hydrant pit systems to Sabiha Gökçen International Airport, Antalya Airport and Istanbul Atatürk Airport.
“On completion of these three orders, Cavotec will become the leading supplier of hydrant pit systems in Turkey,” says Cavotec UK managing director, Gary Matthews.
The largest of the three orders is the previously announced agreement with Sabiha Gökçen International. Under the deal, Cavotec is delivering 112 fuel hydrant pit systems and isolation valve chamber covers.
Located some 30 kilometers (20 miles) southeast of the Turkish capital Istanbul, the former military airfield is named after the world’s first female fighter pilot.
Antalya Airport, situated on Turkey’s south coast, has ordered 100 hydrant pit systems and 10 hi/low point drain pit assemblies. Low point drain pits are designed to remove non-fuel fluids and other contaminants that can accumulate in aircraft fuel pipelines, high point vent pits remove air from the system.
Cavotec will also supply 30 hydrant pit systems, six hi/low point pits and four access covers to Istanbul Atatürk Airport. Deliveries are scheduled for completion in June.
The completion of the Turkey orders follows a resilient start to the year for Cavotec’s Airports market unit, with orders reported in China, India, Europe, Russia and the Middle East.
Deals will see the delivery of hydrant pit systems to Sabiha Gokcen International Airport, Antalya Airport, and Istanbul Atatrk Airport.
The company has won orders for in-ground fueling systems from major airports, including Chicago O'Hare International, Hartsfield-Jackson International and Edmonton International Airport.
The company announced a deal to supply a range of advanced fueling hydrants and related material for Buenos Aires Ezeiza International Airport.
The orders are worth approximately EUR 4.1 million.