Drawing upon 50 years’ experience advising the world’s leading airports and our deep sector knowledge, we are helping owners and managers find the best way to adapt to the ‘new possible’ and build back stronger.
As specialist aviation consultants and engineers who also operate 17 mid-sized airports around the globe, we have a unique understanding of the challenges facing airport leaders. This shared understanding means that we are well placed to advise you throughout the lifecycle of your projects – from strategy, to performance, through to planning, designing and operating sustainable infrastructure.
Our deep understanding of airports is complemented by expertise from across Egis, from urban planning, infrastructure and buildings, through to transport solutions from road, rail and urban mobility and utilities.
Egis is at the centre of aviation regulatory and policy development and has unrivalled knowledge of the entire aviation landscape – including airspace and air traffic management. We can ensure that your projects are brought to life to the highest standards of quality and safety.
We are helping airports everywhere meet the challenges of tomorrow. Whether making existing infrastructure work harder or reducing environmental and social impact we provide insight and innovation.
Egis’ own airport network is a testbed for innovation, recent examples include using a digital twin to optimise passenger flow at Tahiti airport, or using land carbon sequestration at Abidjan to help meet emissions targets. Digital transition and the climate emergency are at the centre of all our research and development activity.
Our experts can advise on carbon neutrality on the ground with sustainable master plans that reflect an airport’s needs in the long term, eco design of airport buildings and infrastructure (using BIM), integrated with smart multimodal transport networks and Airport Carbon Accreditation.
Egis is working with industry, regulators and innovators to explore how new transport modes and technology will shape future air travel and the airport environment. From the UK’s Future Flight initiative to Toulouse’s Project Vilagil we are pooling our expertise across Egis, exploring future possibilities which will transform air travel into a seamless and sustainable experience for passengers.