UFL Airports Australia, the design and manufacturing group specialising in the partial and complete fit-out of airport terminal buildings, has recently completed work for Queensland Airports with the terminal fit-out at Gold Coast Airport, Australia.
Gold Coast Airport’s much-awaited $100 million low-cost carrier terminal redevelopment is now in the final stages of completion with new check-in counters and state-of-the-art baggage system. Along with the common use terminal equipment which is providing greater ease in processing passengers travelling through the airport, UFL Airports supplied and installed the new check-in counters, seating and public guidance system.
UFL Group has been integral in the redevelopment, with the design, supply and installation of 36 check-in counters, 16 gate counters, passenger waiting area seating and public guidance tape barriers.
Gold Coast Airport chief operating officer, Paul Donovan, said the new system would help ensure quick turnaround for airlines and passengers. “Redeveloping our terminal has given us the opportunity to expand our baggage system and really invest in state-of-the-art, robust technology. We are investing more than $10 million into this baggage system to help increase our efficiency.
The common use check-in counters together with the common security screening that opened a few months ago will really help passenger facilitation through the airport. We are really seeing some significant milestones in the development.”