The international business arm of Munich Airport – the 100% subsidiary Munich Airport International (MAI) – has signed a cooperation agreement with ADB SAFEGATE.
The collaboration combines MAI’s expertise in airport development, management and operations with ADB SAFEGATE’s presence and insight into airfield, apron and tower systems. The two companies said that the move will provide a single source for technology upgrades and process improvements and their cooperative efforts will support airports “to meet the immense challenges posed by growing demands for air travel including capacity constraints and difficulties in expanding infrastructure.”
Dr Ralf Gaffal, managing director MAI, said he viewed the agreement as a logical next step after successfully working on joint projects in the past: “ADB SAFEGATE’s intelligent solutions add significantly to our expertise and we look forward to working together on exciting new projects. This unique combination of skills will help airports obtain maximum capacity, revenue and cost savings out of their existing infrastructure.”