Collins Aerospace Systems has signed a multi-year agreement with Brazil’s newly modernized Salvador – Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport, also known as Salvador Bahia Airport, to provide solutions to help ease congestion, improve passenger processing times and increase efficiency.
“The number of passengers using our airport is on the rise and we are proud of the work we are doing in coordination with Collins Aerospace to improve the passenger journey from the time they enter the airport to the time they board their aircraft,” said Yann Le Bihan, the airport’s chief information officer.
“In addition, Collins Aerospace solutions take up less space on the terminal floor, which keeps our beautiful new building open and comfortable.”
The solutions include common-use self-service baggage drops; common-use self-service check-in kiosks: MUSE, a common-use passenger processing system; Veripax passenger validation e-gates: and on-site support and 24-hours-a-day online support.
“Salvador’s airport is a key point of travel within Brazil and we’re proud to help make the passenger experience faster and more efficient with the latest Collins Aerospace technology,” said Christopher Forrest, vice president of global airport systems for Collins Aerospace.