A delegation from the United Airports of Georgia, the airports’ body of the country, is holding meetings with companies as part of the ongoing Passenger Terminal Expo in Amsterdam, in a bid to introduce the latest technologies at the facilities in airports of the country’s capital Tbilisi and the western city of Batumi.
The body said Tea Zakaradze, the General Manager of TAV Georgia - the company operating the facilities - met industry professionals at the expo with the goal on Wednesday.
The networking opportunities will be used to bring “latest technologies” to the two airports and ensure “additional comfort” for passengers and reduce service delivery times, UAG said.
Discussions of ongoing infrastructure projects at Georgian airports - including their terminals, passenger bridges and landscape designs - also took place at the meetings.
Passenger Terminal Expo is running between Tuesday and Thursday and hosting more than 10,000 visitors in its exhibition of the latest products, services and technologies showcased by more than 250 exhibitors.