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Aena receives offers from ten companies for its private security ‘macro-contest’

Date: June 18, 2024 Time: 11:17:39

Aena, which closed the deadline for the presentation of companies on Wednesday, June 28, continues to receive offers from companies and UTEs for the 13 lots into which the tender for the 46 airports and two heliports of its network in Spain has initially been divided. valued at 1,500 million euros. For its part, these may vary throughout the process by virtue of the competitive dialogue procedure chosen for this award, as reported by the public airport entity in a statement to which it has had access to Europa Press. In addition, he took the opportunity to highlight that with this level of competition, the award of the security service in all airports in the network is guaranteed for the coming years.

Specifically, the companies that have submitted their offers have been Segurisa, Sistach; the joint ventures formed by Eulen and Eulen Seguridad; Garda and Tagesa; Security Control Group and Dimoba; Ilunion Security and Ilunion Outsourcing; I-Sec Spain Service Management and I-Sec Spain Air Safety; I-Sec Spain Service Management, I-Sec Spain Aviation Security and Alert and Security Solutions; Southeast Security and Southeast Facility Services; and Armored Transport and Visabren General Services.

Select the most optimal offer

From now on, a second phase opens in which several rounds of dialogue will be held with the bidders in which aspects such as the duration of the contract (initially set at four years extendable for another year) or the configuration will be addressed. of the lots.

Once the dialogue period has closed, the suppliers must submit their final offers. In this sense, Aena has explained that “opting for the competitive dialogue procedure will make it possible to select the optimal offer for each airport or batch of airports”.

13 lots for 46 airports and two heliports

Specifically, the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport is present in the first three batches (passenger inspection and ‘fast track’, hold baggage inspection and Airport Management Center). For its part, the Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat Airport is located in lots 4, 5 and 6

As for the second batch, next to the Barajas hold baggage inspection are the Madrid Cuatro Vientos, Valladolid and Salamanca airports.

In addition, lot 5 is made up of the inspection of hold luggage at El Prat and the airports of Girona-Costa Brava, Reus, Zaragoza, Sabadell and Huesca.

The rest is made up of the aerodromes of Gran Canaria, Tenerife South, Tenerife North-Ciudad de La Laguna, César Manrique-Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, La Palma, El Hierro and La Gomera in the seventh batch; those of Palma de Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Son Bonet in the eighth lot; those of Alicante-Elche Miguel Hernández, Valencia, Internacional Región de Murcia, Almería and Albacete in the ninth batch.

Likewise, lot number 10 is for the airports of Málaga Costa del Sol, Federico García Lorca Granada-Jaén and Melilla and the heliports of Ceuta and Algeciras; lot 11 for those of Seville, Jerez, Córdoba and Badajoz; the 12th for those from Bilbao, Vitoria, San Sebastián, Logroño-Agoncillo, Pamplona, ​​​​Seve Ballesteros-Santander and Burgos; and the last batch for those of Santiago-Rosalía de Castro, A Coruña, Vigo, Asturias and León.

Inspection of luggage in the hold with technologies

During the term of the contract, Aena is going to carry out an “important” process of technological modernization with which it seeks its leadership position in world airport management. Specifically, the company will continue to install explosive detection equipment (EDS standard 3) to inspect hold baggage, in compliance with European regulations.

In addition, the security filters will be modernized, with the implementation of state-of-the-art technologies (EDSCB, ATRS, Remote Screening and biometric systems) to expedite the passage through pre-boarding controls and improve the passenger experience.

In a decade (2018-2028) automation of the passenger inspection process.

The security service at the airports in the Aena network has high levels of perception by passengers. According to the ASQ (Airport Service Quality) surveys on passenger satisfaction last year, the average rating of this service is 4.23 out of 5, compared to the European average of 4.18.

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