Barcelona, 17th of October 2017 – ADELTE has signed a contract with Manchester Airports Group (MAG) to design, manufacture and install 11 new Passenger Boarding Bridges at Manchester Airport as part of its £1bn transformation programme.
The new boarding bridges will be installed by ADELTE in late 2018 and early 2019 as part of the first phase of the Manchester Airport Transformation Programme (MAN-TP).
The 11 boarding bridges that will be gradually installed will be Apron Drive models with glass sided tunnels. In addition to protecting passengers from exposure to the often inclement weather in the north of the UK, ADELTE’s advance systems will allow for more efficient and rapid turnarounds at Pier 1 of Terminal 2.
Barcelona, 29th of September 2017 – In 2016, more than 224 million passengers travelled by plane in India. By 2020, India is expected to be the world’s third largest aviation market, with a fleet of more than 800 aircraft. ADELTE is part of the modernization at 12 of the country’s most important airports, installing state-of-the-art passenger boarding bridges.
India’s continued economic development and growth demands an efficient domestic transport system linked to international access. In the period 2016-2020, an investment of USD 15 trillion is earmarked for the improvement and development of airport infrastructures.
News was recently published accusing the ADELTE Group and its managing director Josep María Bartomeu of having agreed a project in China in relation to the signing of football player Paulinho Bezerra. This, however, is an absolute mistruth.
Barcelona, 1st February – Almost 4 billion people are expected to fly in 2017. With an increase in the number of passengers over the last few years the expectations for comfort have also risen. Pre Conditioned Air Units are designed to provide a superior passenger experience. There are ground support equipment specially designed for heating and cooling planes in all climatic conditions with high quality air.