Airport as the international gate to a city is becoming a symbol for many of them. Architects and designers must therefore balance between the aesthetic of the airport shell and the technical characteristics of its facilities and equipment. More and more, the issue of sustainable development features also heavily in decisions about location of the facilities, architectural designs of airports, as well as in the choice of which construction materials. When sustainable development informs the choice of technical solutions, it can improve the quality of the airport as a whole and make them more comfortable and safer for users. Whereas airport engineering identifies areas for improvement, modernization of infrastructure so as to become more competitive, airport training develops the skills of the airport teams with courses and assistance that are tailored to airport business operation needs.

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Bouygues Bâtiment International is the international building branch of Bouygues Construction, one of the world’s construction leaders. 
Safety Line uses Big Data technologies to improve  airport  safety  and  efficiency
COHOR, French Airport Coordination, is an association governed by the Law of 1901. It was appointed in 1995 by the French Authorities to allocate slots at the four coordinated French airports.
SYSTRA Aviation is a dedicated aviation business unit providing consulting & advisory, design and project management services to airport owners, operators and investors.
With over 13,000 employees and a turnover of $1bn, Egis is an international group providing consultancy, engineering, project structuring and operations support across many sectors, including: transport, urban development, building, industry, water, environment and energy. 
ENIA Architectes was founded in 2003. It is managed by three managing partners from pluridisciplinary backgrounds, Mathieu Chazelle, Simon Pallubicki, Brice Piechaczyk. It employs about 40 employees.
VINCI Airports, a top 5 global player in the international airport sector, manages the development and operations of 35 airports: 13 in France, 10 in Portugal (including the hub of Lisbon), 3 in Cambodia, 2 in Japan, 6 in Dominican Republic and Santiago airport in Chile.
SETEC with over 2000 empoyees and annual revenues of €230 million is one of France's largest engineering firm.
For fifty years, AIA Life Designers has been championing a culture of collective and collaborative understanding to meet the new conditions of complexity, especially for major health facilities and airports. It approaches every architectural project by deciphering all the logics of effective situations to provide the most valid intervention and transformation arrangements.