Delhi Airport Gets Faster Luggage Management System, Old Runway Renovated
Delhi international airport has a new integrated cart system (ICS) for luggage handling at Terminal I that can sort up to 6,000 bags per hour. The newly revamped runway at IGI airport now complies with the Category-I Instrument Landing System that aids pilots during low visibility landings.
- Delhi airport’s luggage system will operate at a 2.1 metres per second speed.
- The new cart system decreases the danger of baggage loss and damages.
- Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) finished upgrading the 09/27 runway.
On Friday, Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) announced that the Delhi international airport has been installing an integrated cart system (ICS) for luggage handling at Terminal I. The new integrated system has higher speed, capacity, and dependability, enhancing luggage management at the airport. According to DIAL, the ICS with radio frequency identification (RFID) ensures error-free luggage sorting. Delhi airport’s luggage system will operate at a speed of 2.1 metres per second and is capable of sorting up to 6,000 bags per hour. This is much higher than the traditional luggage conveyor belt system, which operates at 0.5 metres per second speed. Each piece of luggage remains contained within its carrier tray (cart) constraints from the check-in islands to the baggage make-up room. This considerably decreases the danger of baggage loss and damage, and system disturbance due to strap or other baggage-related issues. The ICS system, which is highly automated and complex, also improves the customer experience by guaranteeing that the proper baggage reaches the right flight in a timely and safe manner shortly after a passenger turns over their luggage.
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