Redline wins three-year contract at Guernsey Airport

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Company also secures renewals with Birmingham and Belfast International

Redline, an Air Partner company, won a three-year contract with Guernsey Airport to provide cabin baggage screening x-ray threat image recognition training (TIRT) among a number of its staff.

The TIRT system is user-friendly and COVID-19 secure, according to Redline. The design allows it to regulate x-ray image screeners’ ability to detect any perceived threats.

Paul Mason, managing director of Air Partner’s safety and security division, is hoping to implement the new service on a wider scale: “Our threat image recognition training and security management system offerings are industry-leading, and we look forward to rolling them out to even more customers in the coming months and years to further bolster their security capabilities.”

Birmingham extended its TIRT agreement whilst Belfast International Airport also renewed its contract for Redline’s security management system (SeMS).

Meanwhile, Redline says it has presented good sales for its Department of Transport training courses, as well as a contract renewal for World Courier, a medical logistics company.

Mark Briffa, CEO of Air Partner, feels the firm has had a successful first year: “Redline secured a number of good business wins with a diverse range of customers throughout the first half of the year, including the UK Civil Aviation Authority and Align JV to support on an HS2 project.”

With an apparent strong start to the second half of the Air Partner’s financial year, the company have now secured 17 contracts and 19 renewals since December 2019.