CJIA to test operations at new arrival building

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The management of Cheddi Jagan International Airport Corporation (CJIAC) will be conducting trial runs of the new Arrivals Terminal and Boarding Bridges between 13:00 h on August 31 to 10:00 h September 1, 2018.

The objective of these tests is to ensure all systems under the passenger treatment/loading conditions are acceptable to allow the identification of final opportunities for improvements ahead of the proposed official opening of the terminal.

The 4,891 square meters terminal features 10 passport control booths, one Elevator, one Escalator stair, two functional Boarding Bridges, three baggage carousels, a spacious Custom area and a public Greeting hall to welcome the arrival of family and friends.

In light of this, airport users are asked to the adhere to the following:

  • Motorists will now park in the parking lot adjacent to the new Arrival Terminal building. The fees for the various types of vehicles remain the same http://www.cjairport-gy.com/airport/airport-parking-0.
  • During this trial phase motorists will not be allowed access under the Arrivals Canopy to uplift passengers – this is to analyse the readiness of the collection of passengers that was proving difficult in previous experiences.

It is the extended desire of CJIAC management to ensure the new Terminal operations attain the most favorable efficiencies, stress-free and supple passenger movement, and superior service to all its users.

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