Amit Dabas, Chief Security Officer and Head, Loss Prevention at Adani Airports, delves into the topic of airport security and explains the wider, though no less important, role this department plays in airport brand image and achieving a positive passenger experience.
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Baggage handling is the process of transporting passenger luggage from a check-in counter at a departure airport, onto a plane cargo hold and then to a collection point at an arrival airport.
A baggage handling system (BHS) is made up of a number of different processes and checks. A BHS is designed to count bags, check weights of bags, balance loads, screen suitcases for security reasons, transport bags through an airport conveyor belt system and read bag information automatically.
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The baggage handling system is arguably the most important part of the bag journey. Below we talk through what it is, what it does, and why it is so critical to airport operations.
While the travel industry was dealt a major blow in 2020 with the COVID-19 pandemic, in Salt Lake City the $4.1 billion Airport Redevelopment Project stayed on course. Kevin Staples, Senior Sustainability and Environmental Coordinator for the Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA), details just how this was achieved,…
In June 2022, works will begin on the Auckland Airport Transport Hub, a $300 million-plus development, which will transform the passenger, check-in, and baggage handling experience.
Eoin Coates, Head of Aviation and Daniela Modonesi, Ground Staff Committee Chair at the European Transport Workers’ Federation, explain that since the COVID-19 pandemic, unruly and disruptive passengers have become increasingly evident throughout airports, but regulations must be enforced to prevent any further distress to aviation employees.
The recent successes are confirming Leonardo as one of the main players in the BHS sector in Europe. The high availability and reliability of its sorter based on cross belt technology, the Multi-sort Baggage Handling System (MBHS), that is one of the most advanced, high-performance baggage handling systems on the market, is one…
A new Advanced Air Mobility industry collaboration platform is paving the way for Australian businesses to make their move towards supporting the future of aviation.
The aviation industry is full of systems each with its own acronym, along with its own vitally important role and responsibility within the passenger journey. Here we take a look at Departure Control Systems and the role that plays in the smooth operation of airlines and airports across the globe.
In this jam-packed issue we feature articles from industry experts on a range of topics including: passenger experience, sustainable airports, accessibility, drones, unruly passengers, and ATC/ATM, as well as three supplements on contactless technology, baggage handling and remote digital towers.
In this feat of engineering and project management, Geneva Airport is building a new Baggage Logistics Centre whilst keeping the airport fully operational.
Phil Forster, Managing Director of Teesside International Airport, tells International Airport Review, about the complete redevelopment of the airport’s terminal building, creating a more seamless, stress-free, and enjoyable experience for passengers, and what they have in store for 2022.
Daniela Fantinati, Head of Quality Management and Customer Experience at Aeroportos Brasil Viracopos S.A., believes that to achieve a positive passenger experience, much like a patchwork quilt, attention must be paid to all stages of the journey, starting from booking their flight to the moment the air passenger arrives at…
As Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport prepares for the grand opening of its state-of-the-art concourse, Heather Shelbrack, Special Projects Administrator for the City of Phoenix Aviation Department, explains what makes the transformation so special – with a passenger-centric goal at the heart of the development.