To70, new ACI-LAC Affiliate World Business Partner
Panama, February 23, 2022 – To70, the world’s leading aviation consultancy, joins the ACI-LAC group of commercial partners as an affiliate member.
Founded in The Netherlands in 2000, To70 provides the global aviation industry with research and advisory services to help society and industry address current and future aviation challenges.
They have as a strength the ability to understand the local context of their client’s challenges and provide global experience to identify effective and pragmatic solutions.
“We are pleased to announce To70 as a new member of ACI-LAC. Their vast knowledge and experience in environmental management will support our member airports in developing initiatives that will allow them to optimize energy resources and at the same time contribute to climate change mitigation.” stated Dr. Rafael Echevarne, ACI-LAC’s Director General.
“To70 is honored and pleased to have become a World Business Partner of ACI-LAC. As the sector is recovering, airports look further into the future with its challenges in safety, capacity and the environment. ACI-LAC is a great platform to unite airports and work together on solutions on common issues. We´re looking forward to helping ACI-LAC in supporting its members and to help airports cope with these challenges by sharing our knowledge on and experience in operational, technical and environmental aspects with ACI-LAC and its members.” said Peter Gal, director of To70 Aeronautical Consultants.
To70 has a global team of experts based in a network of offices in Europe, Australia, Asia and the Americas. In the LAC region their offices are located in Colombia and Brazil.
To70 has delivered over 3000 projects for more than 200 clients, most of them being airports. In the LAC region To70 has contributed in, among others: capacity analysis of airspace, airside and terminal, obstacle analysis, concepts of operations, noise calculations, ACI´s Airport Carbon Accreditation program, design of airside signaling, marking and lights and Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM).