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Gatwick Airport awards Vision-Box passenger processing contract

Posted 11 February 2020 · Add Comment

Vision-Box has been awarded a contract by Gatwick Airport to deliver end-to-end passenger processing.

Courtesy Gatwick Airport / photographer Jeffrey Milstein 
Under the terms of the new five-year Framework Agreement, Vision-Box will initially replace legacy solutions with their award-winning Orchestra Services Platform, whilst delivering further passenger experience enhancing solutions.

Chris Woodroofe, Chief Operating Officer, Gatwick Airport: “We are pleased to have Vision-Box as our trusted partner for this new endeavour, which supports both our growth plans and our focus on delivering the best passenger experience possible.

"By introducing this new passenger flow and identity management system, we can simplify and automate our passenger journey at various touch points across the airport – at check-in, bag drop and boarding gate - using a range of the latest technologies.”

Miguel Leitmann, CEO, Vision-Box, said: “Vision-Box have been directly supporting Gatwick in their ambitious plans since 2015, and we are delighted the collaborative and trusted nature of the relationship between the two organisations and associated stakeholders, has resulted in the award of a Framework that can revolutionise the orchestration of passenger flow for Gatwick Airports customers.”



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