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Airports need to be smarter - not just bigger

Airports need to be smarter - not just bigger
  As a massive part of the economy, airports are also a key player in regional growth and development, but it is not just expanding the size of our airports that is important. Here we take a look at intelligent airports in today’s civil aviation market.
31st October 2017

ICS to be installed at San Francisco International Airport

ICS to be installed at San Francisco International Airport
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) has awarded a contract to BEUMER Group to install the first Individual Carrier System (ICS) for baggage handling in the US. A tote-based CrisBag system from the Crisplant product platform will be installed within SFO’s soon-to-be-refurbished Terminal 1.
16th October 2017

BHS upgrade enables Stansted Airport to meet ECAC 3 regulations

BHS upgrade enables Stansted Airport to meet ECAC 3 regulations
  Global supplier of automated baggage handling systems, BEUMER Group has been awarded a major contract by Manchester Airports Group (MAG) to upgrade the Baggage Handling System (BHS) at London Stansted Airport, UK.
11th October 2017


Upgraded airport baggage system will minimise disruption

Upgraded airport baggage system will minimise disruption
  Global supplier of automated baggage handling systems, BEAUMER Group has been awarded Phase 1 of a major contract by Manchester Airports Group (MAG) to upgrade the baggage handling systemin Terminal 2 Manchester Airport, UK.
3rd October 2017

AR reveals dynamic baggage handling system

AR reveals dynamic baggage handling system
Global supplier of automated baggage handling systems, BEUMER Group, will offer delegates at Inter Airport 2017 insights into a baggage handling system for visionary airports. The baggage handling system transforms the flow of baggage from a ‘push’ system into a ‘pull’ system. The transformation is enabled by the use of dynamic baggage storage and batch building. The dynamic baggage storage significantly increases efficiency by allowing batches of bags to be ‘pulled’ from storage for speed-loading onto ULDs.
28th September 2017

Baggage handling system contract at Calgary airport

Baggage handling system contract at Calgary airport
BEUMER Group has landed a 10-year contract for the operation and maintenance (O&M) of the baggage handling system at YYC Calgary International Airport. The company designed and commissioned the new baggage handling system at the airport as part of the new International Terminal that opened in October 2016, and is now working on installing the system in the Domestic Terminal.
19th September 2017

Gatwick’s Community app shortlisted for seven national awards

Gatwick’s Community app shortlisted for seven national awards
  As airports across the world adopt new technology, Gatwick’s Community app has been shortlisted for seven national awards. Gatwick’s Airport 'Community app' ensures that multiple airlines, stakeholders and thousands of staff are in tune with the ‘common truth’ across the airport campus.
25th August 2017

Airports have one year to comply with IATA Resolution 753

Airports have one year to comply with IATA Resolution 753
International Air Transport Association (IATA) Resolution 753 comes into effect in June 2018, giving airports just one year to ensure their baggage handling systems are compliant. The resolution aims to reduce the number of lost or delayed pieces of baggage by keeping track of them at every stage of their journey, by maintaining a strict ‘chain of custody’ as bags are handed over during the various phases of travel. 
11th July 2017

US airports in need of an upgrade

American airports are in dire need of huge infrastructure investments in order to keep up with the rising passenger traffic as well as comply with industry standards and regulations.
21st June 2017

BA power failure was entirely avoidable says industry expert

BA power failure was entirely avoidable says industry expert
Earlier this month an IT meltdown caused travel chaos for an estimated 75,000 British Airways (BA) passengers. A power failure (and in particular, the uncontrolled restoration of power at BA’s major data centre), caused flight cancellations on a massive scale which will cost the airline something in the region of £80m. 
19th June 2017


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