The aviation sector is expanding rapidly. Increased globalization, tourism, and international industry have led to more air traffic, larger aircraft, new routes and the creation of new airports. Aviation companies are searching for solutions to deliver new and upgraded facilities that are future-proof, sustainable, and that cause minimal environmental impact.
Royal HaskoningDHV has a reputation for innovation in the aviation sector. We have been involved in the design, upgrade and project management of many of the world's best-known airports. This long-standing experience has resulted in extensive knowledge of international, national and local planning and design parameters, which sets us apart from our competitors.
Our multidisciplinary team focuses on developing integrated, balanced and flexible designs which are renowned throughout the world. We deliver projects with visionary solutions which take into account challenges such as local constraints, budgets, logistics, timing and materials.
We approach each project individually, combining a dedicated project management service with the latest technology to ensure your project is delivered efficiently, cost effectively and without disrupting day-to-day operations.
Our Czech team has been involved in many projects of the Czech regional airports development, both on the air side and the landside as well as in projects of set up the new air-routes strategy. Unique added value of the Services in Czech Republic is that Clients can get international know-how for airports/aviation industry development via co-operation of Royal Haskoning Czech Republic and other Group companies, NACO (NL) and InterVistas (CAN).
Our markets and Services:
- Catchment area analysis
- Airports accessibility studies
- Airport performance analysis
- Airport land side masterplanning
- New air-routes strategy development
- Feasibility studies of multimodal terminals
- Aviation strategy economics and logistics
- State aid in aviation assessment
- Technical assistance for EU notification process of the new air-routes