TET Estel frequency converters in Aeroflot's new international air hub in Krasnoyarsk
As part of the modernization of Krasnoyarsk International Airport and the creation of the largest aviation hub for Aeroflot, TET Estel supplied aerobridge frequency converters for servicing aircrafts.
Krasnoyarsk (Yemelyanovo) airport was built in 1980, since 1993 it has international status. In December 2017, a new passenger terminal with an area of 58 thousand square meters was opened. As part of the federal competition, the airport was named after the tenor a native of Krasnoyarsk, Dmitry Hvorostovsky.
Aerobridge power supplies were made on the basis of new generation frequency converters and are designed to power the on-board network of aircraft during their pre-flight service at the airport.
Thanks to the introduction of equipment manufactured by TET Estel according to the latest technological developments, the airport's capabilities for servicing all types of aircraft will significantly expand, as well as improve passenger traffic, which will allow the airport to reach a new level of departure of 1,300 passengers per hour.