Airports are modern aviation facilities to serve the many business and recreation travelers. Airports are linked to other airports and entities (government, weather, police, etc) in a connected chain. To keep aviation activities going in the event of a power outage, modern airports must rely upon standby generators. These onsite power generators ensure the airport operations can continue to run in the event of a power outage.
Power generation equipment will help airports operate their fuel operations, airport lighting systems, communication networks, other operational facilities and airport offices when power outage occurs. Onsite power generators ensure that the airport can continue handling incoming flights in the event of bad weather, when normal power may get interrupted.
Power can be lost due to several reasons – natural disasters like a storm, earthquake or man-made like terrorism, faulty equipment, etc. Onsite power generators ensure that whatever the cause – the facilities keep working twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
Airports tend to postpone or delay flights due to the weather such as snow, hurricane, floods, and etc. There are times when guests have stay at the airport longer than usual to catch their flight due to the weather. Even when the weather is really bad and causes power outages around the area. Airports are prepared and equipped with a standby generators to keep the power going and to provide the guests with electricity. The power must be kept running in order to contact the pilots on the plan to secure safe landing for the plane and the guests.
Worldwide Power Products is happy to help airport facilities with their power requirements. Give us a call and we will find you the best option for your power need. If you wish, we’ll deliver, install and maintain your generator for you to ensure it satisfies your needs.