The Spanish aerospace company Zero 2 Infinity has signed an agreement with Aeroports de Catalunya to collaborate with the development of the company’s projects. Aeroports de Catalunya is the public entity that manages airports, airfields and heliports of Generalitat de Catalunya. Among them is Lleida-Alguaire Airport, where Zero 2 Infinity already carried out a flight simulation in January 2017.
Thanks to this collaboration, Aeroports de Catalunya will authorize and facilitate Zero 2 Infinity’s testing at Lleida-Alguaire Airport. The agreement will make it easy to obtain permits and restrict air traffic, if necessary, in order to proceed with all the testing for the projects Bloon and Bloostar.
Zero 2 Infinity working at Lleida-Alguaire Airport. January 2017.
Zero 2 Infinity is a Spanish aerospace company that is working in new ways of accessing Space. Currently, it is developing 2 different projects: Bloon is a pod for Space tourism and Bloostar is a dedicated satellite launcher. Both projects have one thing in common: helium balloons. Z2I is also is the only company in Europe specialized in the elevation to the Edge of Space of components that require testing and certifying in Space conditions.