Middle Euphrates International Airport Special Airport Systems design
ADP Ingénerie benefited from its experience on airport projects dedicated to pilgrims to integrate their specificities in order to offer services adapted to the search for the best experience for the passengers of the airport.
Although the region currently plays host to more than 12 million pilgrims during major events calendar Shiite, the Iraqi authorities are planning to create international-standard airport facilities for both tourists and pilgrims (approximately 6 million passengers per year in Phase 1, with a longer-term objective of 20 million).
On 21 October 2009, ADP Ingénierie (ADPI) signed a contract with the Iraqi Transport Ministry to conduct comprehensive development studies for a new international airport to be constructed south of Baghdad between the cities of Kerbala, Najaf and Babylon.
The ADP Ingénierie contract includes the following studies:
- Baggage Handling System, including special features for pilgrims
- Inspection Equipment for all buildings
- Lift, Escalators, Travellators
- Aircraft Stands Equipment (PBB, PCA, GPU, VDGS) including 2 Code F stands.