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Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) - Articles and news items

IATA and Bangalore International collaborate to improve airport processes

Airport news  •  7 September 2016  •  IATA

IATA and Bangalore International Airport have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance cooperation...

Kempegowda International Airport introduces first automated e-Gate System in India

Airport news  •  16 July 2015  •  Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review

India’s Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru (KIAB) has introduced the country’s first automated e-Gate System providing seamless passenger screening.

South India’s busiest airport to install new passenger processing technology

Airport news  •  14 May 2015  •  Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review

India’s Kempegowda International Airport has announced the installation of SITA passenger processing technology to manage the 15 million passengers it receives annually.

Bengaluru International Airport adopts greener technology for sustainability

Airport news  •  21 February 2012  •  BIAL

With a view to energy efficiency and reducing carbon footprint, BIAL, announced its partnership with KSBDB...

Bengaluru International Airport… Ushering in the winds of change!

Issue 5 2010  •  1 October 2010  •  Marcel Hungerbuehler, President of BIAL

Two years into operation, the Bengaluru International Airport is already seeing close to 10 million passengers annually. Marcel Hungerbuehler, President of Bangalore International Airport Limited looks back at the year gone by…At the Bengaluru International Airport, the watchword is change. The Airport constantly upgrades itself, always meeting and often exceeding world standards. The Bengaluru International Airport completed two years of successful operations on May 24, 2010. Achieving the dream of giving Bangalore an airport of world class standards which has proved its operational efficiency has not been easy. All this was made possible through the relentless commitment and enthusiasm of the thousands of people involved in making this project successful.

Bengaluru International Airport Brings Home a Prestigious Travel Award

Airport news  •  9 September 2010  •  Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL)

Bengaluru International Airport today brought home a prestigious award...

BIAL unveils Terminal1 expansion plan

Airport news  •  19 August 2010  •  Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL)

BIAL today unveiled designs and details of the Terminal 1 (T1) expansion with enhanced capacity to cater to the rapidly growing passenger traffic in Bangalore...

Bangalore International Airport Limited Announces Terminal 1 Expansion Details

Airport news  •  13 April 2010  •  Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL)

The Board of Directors of BIAL approved definite plans for the expansion of the current passenger terminal at Bengaluru International Airport...

A proud moment in history

Issue 5 2008, Past issues  •  30 September 2008  •  Mr. Albert Brunner, CEO, Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL)

The North of Bangalore witnessed an avalanche of activities during the second half of 2007. By then, Bangalore’s Greenfield International Airport was in its last stage of completion, in preparation for its launch in March 2008. An enthusiastic team of BIAL employees and staff from the service provider such as ground handling, food and beverage, flight catering, retail and cargo were all geared for the grand Airport Opening Day. Unfortunately, the Airport Opening Day (AOD) was delayed by almost two months, holding-up the commercial operations till 24 May 2008 (the original airport opening date was 2 April 2008).

Realising the new Bangalore Airport

Issue 5 2007, Past issues  •  28 September 2007  •  Albert Brunner – Chief Operating Officer, Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL)

In order to keep pace with the rapid development of Bangalore as India’s leader in information technology, biotechnology and the services industry, the Government of Karnataka and the Airport Authority of India decided, in 1999, to call for international consortia to build, own and operate a new Greenfield international airport in Bangalore through an open bid.


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