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Pollite provides Approach System to one of the World's Most Remote Cities

Recently, Pollite provided Perth with an approach system for the airport which is Australia's 4th largest. We worked with ADB Safegate to upgrade the airport's lighting infrastructure allowing for Category III landings.Perth Airport is situated on the country’s western coast and is blessed with clear weather almost all-year-round. However, it’s also one of the most isolated airports in the world, so when it suffers from one of its 10 or so days of...

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Providing Approach Masts to endure harsh desert conditions

Recently, Pollite worked on a project to supply an airbase in the UAE with a new approach. We partnered with a reputable company on their contract to design, supply, install and commission visual aids for the project, supplying the naval base with fibreglass approach masts for a full CAT I system.After meeting at an Airport Show in Dubai and introducing the company to our products, they knew we were the right partners for their project.Our produc...

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A bespoke frangible alternative to non-compliant concrete structures for Sunny Beach

Bergas and Varna Airportsin Bulgaria, serve the popular holiday resort of Sunny Beach and have recentlyundergone an upgrade to its approach masts. Pollite worked together with Log Siberia to replace theirnon–compliant ground lighting concrete structures with the latest frangibleapproach masts.Due to the unique terrain bespoke designs were needed for each mast. Our teamof expert designers developed the masts of up to 16m with mid-hinges formanuf...

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Pollite helps secure future growth for Tbilisi Internal Airport

Pollite, alongside OCEM Energy Technology S.R.L, recently installed fibreglass approach masts at Tbilisi International Airport, Georgia as part of a project to upgrade the instrument landing system from CAT I to CAT II. With light heights of up to 16m, Pollite’s innovative mid-hinge design was used to allow for easy installation and east lowering for lamp maintenance. Tbilisi International Airport in Georgia has seen passenger numbers more than double from 20...

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Mangalore airport is ‘quite safe and complete’

In June, we supported recommendations from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Airports Authority of India and the Ministry of Civil Aviation, for India to review its use of frangible structures on airport runways. Recommendations from the three authorities, following the Mangalore air crash of 2010 highlighted the need for frangible-mounted structures within airports and cited Calicut and Mangalore airport antenna-supporting structures as examples. Thi...

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