Indra will install its radars in the Pakistani airports of Karachi and Lahore

3 June 2015

The Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has awarded Indra the renewal of its radar systems serving the international airports of Jinnah in Karachi and of Allama Iqbal in Lahore.

The company will install a station at each of these airports equipped with primary and secondary radars to facilitate the location and identification of aircraft. This technology will increase security and allow this country to increase the number of flights it may manage.

CAA Deputy Director General Air Vice Marshal Khawar Hussain stated when signing the contract that with the installation of the new radars "the number of aircraft using the Pakistani air space would be doubled, as the new and more sophisticated equipment would help reduce the distance among the aircraft".

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