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The global Roadgrip Airports team have completed first stage works at Curacao’s international airport (Hato International) carrying out paint removal and reconfiguration of the aprons and taxiway markings.

Working in tight windows day and night to minimise disruption to air traffic, our crew removed old painted markings from the taxiways, airside and aprons.

Using ultra high pressure water jets (UHP), we removed the paint build-up from the airfield. With vacuum recovery built in, the surfaces were left free of FOD.

We applied an industry approved, bright, durable epoxy paint to various airside areas followed by type III beads for high reflectivity and visibility. We refreshed the markings where old paint had been removed and reconfigured  the markings at the gates, aprons and taxiways to cater for the new position of the taxiway.

Need runway maintenance? Visit Roadgrip Airports to learn more abut our responsive global services including runway marking, runway rubber removal, paint removal, AGL, grooving and asphalt preservation.

Alternatively, contact our UK head office for a quick and professional quote.