Thyssenkrupp Upgrades Customer Experience at Aena’s Busiest Airports in Spain
With passenger volumes rising to 58 million in the last year, Adolfo Suárez MadridBarajas Airport in Spain will be equipped with 42 modern passenger boarding bridges.
Tourists arriving in Spain can do so easily and comfortably due to new state-of-the-art passenger boarding bridges and moving walks at the airports Palma de Mallorca, Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat and Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas. With passenger volumes rising to 58 million in the last year, Adolfo Suárez MadridBarajas Airport in Spain will be equipped with 42 modern passenger boarding bridges. The contract also includes the maintenance of 122 passenger boarding bridges and refurbishment of another 10, to help ensure the best customer experience
Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport, Palma de Mallorca Airport and Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat Airport, are equipped with thyssenkrupp Elevator passenger boarding bridges and moving walks to ease travelers arrivals and departures to offer them the most beautiful and stress-free experiences at their destinations: The urban mobility provider has secured contracts with these three main Spanish airports for the installation and maintenance of new passenger boarding bridges (PBBs) and moving walks. To accommodate for passenger volumes rising to 58 million in the last year, at what is the most frequented gateway to nearly all destinations in Spain as well as globally, thyssenkrupp Elevator has secured a contract with Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport for the installation and maintenance of 42 new passenger boarding bridges (PBBs). The project also comprises the maintenance of the 122 existing passenger bridges at the airport’s terminals as well as the refurbishment of another 10 PBBs.
Providing a seamless arrivals and departures experiences does not stop in Madrid. As tourists prepare to arrive in Spain, thyssenkrupp is going to install 22 moving walks, 2 of them with lengths over 95 metres at Palma de Mallorca Airport and 34 glass PBBs at Josep Tarradellas Barcelona – El Prat adding to the 43 PBBs that were installed in 2008. Installation of the new PBBs started in June 2019.
“With summer upon us, equipping airports in Europe’s most popular travel destinations with thyssenkrupp passenger boarding bridges is an honor as well as a commitment,” said Peter Walker, CEO of thyssenkrupp Elevator. “Many airport operators use our technologies, our know how, and most of all with our dedicated maintenance excellence. This is especially true for prestigious and renowned airports like Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas, where there’s a particular need for extraordinary efficiency and reliability. That’s what thyssenkrupp Elevator stands for – in Madrid as well as at any other place in the world,” commented Walker.
The island of Mallorca, which is particularly popular with European tourists, recorded the highest passenger volume in the history of its airport last year: For over 29 million passengers who want to arrive and depart without agility, smooth mobility is a must.