• GroundStar includes specific PRM module

    INFORM has developed a new module for providers of services for passengers with reduced mobility (PRM) who use its GroundStar ground-handling software suite. “The number of PRMs is increasing and operators now have more service level agreements in place,” explained Jan Willem Kappes,

  • Paris operator to order jet blast barriers

    Groupe ADP, operator of Paris Charles de Gaulle, has issued a tender for supply and installation of apron jet blast barriers. The deadline for bids on the six-year contract is 16 July. Groupe ADP expects to shortlist six contenders.

  • TCR assists Safeair

    Ground-handler Safeair is renting ground support equipment (GSE) from TCR, as it switches to green energy at Kota Kinabalu International Airport in Malaysia. Safeair intends to turn 90% of its GSE fleet to electric/battery power, and TCR has already transferred most of the rental units to the

  • Orlando to be first CBP biometric entry/exit deployment

    The first full deployment of biometric boarding technology in line with the US Customs & Border Protection (CBP) Biometric Entry and Exit Program will take place at Orlando International Airport, using the Smart Path solution from SITA. Smart Path at Orlando will go live by October 2018,

  • ADM deploys its first fully electric truck

    Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) reached a landmark in its environmental sustainability programme on 31 May, when it deployed its first 100% electric-drive light service vehicle. The truck was converted into an electric vehicle by local firm Ecotuned Mobile, using patented technology. ADM

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  • EIB plans loan for Venice expansion

    The European Investment Bank (EIB) intends to lend EUR150 million (USD174 million) to SAVE Spa, the operator of Venice Marco Polo International Airport, to help fund a EUR478 expansion programme. EIB support will help SAVE expand and improve its terminal and airside facilities to cope with forecast
  • Canada completes airbase radar rollout

    Hensoldt reports completion of a EUR50 million (USD59 million) contract to install its Airport Surveillance Radar – Next Generation (ASR-NG) at six military airfields in Canada, after successful site acceptance tests. In all, seven ASR-NGs and two spare systems were provided to the Canadian



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