Case Study: Optimization study – check-in and baggage outbound at Toronto Pearson
Posted: 28 January 2019 | Copenhagen Optimization | No comments yet
Greater Toronto Airport Authority (GTAA) engaged with Copenhagen Optimization to carry out a study of how to optimise the operation of the check-in and baggage outbound facilities in Terminal 3 at Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ).
The aim of the study was to assure efficient use of the current infrastructure before adding additional capacity. The study concluded that significant reductions in demand for capacity at check-in and baggage could be realised by working smarter.
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