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Catullo airport fully operational: 10 million euros invested

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The Verona airport returned to operational punctually after the closure for the works which, at the beginning of October, involved in particular the reconstruction of a large section of the runway flooring and some connections, including road markings and lighting devices.

The investment in flight infrastructures, in its final phase for a total amount of about 10 million in addition to the 16 million used from 2016 to 2019, was made possible by the recent increase in share capital of 35 million euros, and is part of the in the wider development plan of the airport presented to the Catullo shareholders, which includes the expansion of the terminal (Romeo Project).

The work team worked 150 consecutive hours, even in weather conditions that were not always optimal. About 12 thousand cubic meters of asphalt have been spread over an area of ​​over 150 thousand square meters, with the use of 500 work vehicles and the use of over 600 people, including workers and technicians. In addition, approximately 100 km of electric cables and 12 km of optical fiber were laid.

The more than 600 AVL (light visual aids) of the flight infrastructures have been switched from halogen to LEDs. Subsequently they were carried out – exclusively at night – and further works related to the site have recently been completed, without interfering with the normal operation of the airport.

To inaugurate the resumption of operations, the flight departing for Lampedusa on the morning of 9 October at 6:05.

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