Helping European airports plan ahead for a successful HBS Standard 3 upgrade

Posted: 24 July 2017 | | No comments yet

Babcock International offer a whitepaper discussing the importance of helping European airports to plan ahead for a successful HBS Standard 3 upgrade.

European airports face one of their biggest challenges in recent times with the regulatory requirement for hold baggage screening equipment (HBS) to be upgraded to Standard 3. Not only is this upgrade costly, but the equipment is considerably larger than existing HBS standard 2 – requiring more space within already crowded baggage halls and facilities. Further, the replacement programme needs to be delivered within a live environment to minimise the disruption to passengers.

Babcock International Group has been supporting a number of UK airports, both large and small, with their upgrade programmes to meet the September 2018 deadline. As the rest of Europe looks to a deadline of September 2020, airports and operators have a small window of opportunity to learn from the UK experience and pull on the expertise and capability within the sector.

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