The President of Aena, José
Manuel Vargas, and the CEO of Airbus Military, Domingo Ureña, have signed a
collaboration agreement to promote the development of an aerospace technology
park on the site of Seville Airport.
The aeronautical company, which already
has a factory next to Seville Airport, will have access to 62,252 m² of land
owned by Aena and another 15,000 m² to cover additional needs which this new
project may generate. In total, the
technology park will occupy 180,000 m² of land owned by the airport management
With this initiative, Airbus Military plans to expand its activities
in the fields of maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) and integrated military
aviation services, along with premises for business lines which the company may
develop in the future.
The agreement, which extends through to 2031, will also
enable suppliers of Airbus Military to establish themselves in this technology
park in order to meet future needs.