Oshkosh Airport Products LLC has delivered and placed its 300th new generation Striker aircraft rescue and fire fighting (ARFF) vehicle into service at Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport.
Bristol Airport has opened a new Rescue and Fire-Fighting Service (RFFS) facility which cost £950,000 (€1.2 million).
Rio Galeão has put into operation four high-tech Panther firefighting vehicles at Rio de Janeiro’s Tom Jobim International Airport.
Miami International Airport has invested $3 million on four new state-of-the-art fire rescue vehicles.
Stephen Vaughan discovers that fire rescue vehicle manufacturers are listening to airport fire crews when it comes to upgrading equipment.
Oshkosh has announced the purchase of the SNOZZLE product line and all related intellectual property from Crash Rescue Equipment Services, Inc of Dallas, Texas.
Over 150 fire fighters, police, paramedics and other airport staff took part in a full emergency rescue exercise at Tirana International Airport yesterday to test the Albanian gateway's ability to react to an aircraft crash.