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Fri, 15 Dec 2017

Bombardier Signs New Innovia APM Contract for Denver International Airport

Bombardier has signed a new contract with the City and County of Denver, Colorado to provide operations and maintenance services for the Bombardier Innovia APM (automated people mover) system at Denver International Airport.

The contract is valued at approximately US$150 million (128 million euro) and covers a period of seven years.

While the new contract will take effect on 1 January 2018, Bombardier has been providing operations and maintenance services for the airports automated people mover system under previous contracts since the airport opened in 1994.

Bombardier Innovia APM (automated people mover) system. Click to enlarge.

Benoit Brossoit, President, Americas Region, Bombardier Transportation, said, We are pleased to continue our long-term partnership with Denver International Airport, the 18th busiest airport in the world and the sixth busiest airport in the United States. As its passenger volume continues to grow and the airport faces renovation and expansion projects, we are more committed than ever to delivering safe, reliable and comfortable service that meets the mobility needs of the airport and its passengers.

Bombardier has over 40 years of experience in designing, building, operating and maintaining automated transit systems for airports and cities in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. In the United States alone, Bombardier supports automated transit systems at airports in Atlanta, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Las Vegas, New York, Newark, Orlando, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Sacramento, San Francisco, Seattle, and Tampa as well as Denver.

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