Welcome Todd Gressick!
We welcome Todd Gressick to the Runway Safe Sales & Marketing team! Todd joined the team on July 20th, and we are very excited to have Todd onboard!
Todd is not all new to all of us, since he used to work for the ESCO Arresting Systems business for over five years and he decided to try out some new experiences in the business aviation world and now he is back together with the team that he is familiar with. Todd has a long history of experience from the EMAS system industry from both the airport user and manufacturer. Todd knows the business very well. We at Runway Safe are glad that Todd wanted to join the team and we see his previous experience as a great asset!
Welcome to Runway Safe Todd!
Runway Safe EMAS solutions fills a critical need for regulators and airport operators
If you are a frequent flyer, you might have experienced a final approach over water or highways all the way to the runway. The reason for this is that many large cities and megacities are near some form of waterways, roads or mountainous areas. Runway Safe EMAS solutions fills a critical need for regulators and […]Read more
Why install an EMAS?
In this short post you will learn how EMAS – a passive safety system located on airport runways, are regulated by regulatory bodies. Learn how an EMAS can help increase safety at airport’s that have runway limitations due to physical constraints around the airport such as lack of space, environment and tabletop located airports. Can […]Read more
Chicago Executive Airport share experience of two successful EMAS arrestments – saving lives.
Interview with Andrew Wolanik, Director of Operations & Maintenance at Chicago Executive Airport – a business general aviation airport north of Chicago. Topics they address in the interview related to the two successful EMAS arrestments are: Weather conditions, lives saved, EMAS repair, recoveries, vehicle on EMAS, when they could open runway again, EMAS maintenance and […]Read more
London City airport invests in safety enhancing technology EMAS
We are proud to announce that, EMASEME AB, has been selected to provide Runway Safe’s EMASMAX solution for installations at each end of London City Airport’s runway in the beginning 2023. Read more ABOUT EMASEME | EMASEME AB is a joint venture company between Runway Safe and KIBAG that offers Runway Safe’s EMAS […]Read more
Runway Safe greenEMAS system has been selected to be installed in Brazil as South America’s First EMAS Systems
Runway Safe Group is pleased to announce that we will be providing South America’s first Engineered Material Arresting System (EMAS).Read more