AviaVox has been awarded the contract to deliver its Generic System and Airline-Gate-Client® to Melbourne Airport, Terminal 2. In a phased approach, both systems will be deployed together with business partner CNGSystems from Melbourne. The project is planned to be delivered by the end of August 2014 already.
The airport of Melbourne is the first Australian customer for AviaVox.
About CNGSystems www.cng.com.au
CNGSystems is a uniquely skilled group of engineers who design and implement a wide range of integrated telecommunications systems and technologies. They have offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane and are small enough to be nimble and flexible but large enough to be resourceful, dependable and diverse. The diversity is their strength and their capabilities include professional Audio Visual, Public Address and EWIS, Control Systems, Broadcast, Remote Communications Infrastructure, Emergency Warning Systems, Data, Fibre, Security, Satellite and custom Communications Trailer Design. CNGSystems is dynamic and flexible and has earned a reputation for delivering large, complex projects under challenging conditions. They work closely with their customers and suppliers alike and they will always go the extra mile to make sure their customers get the best outcome... it's in the DNA.
About Melbourne Airport www.melbourneairport.com.au
The Terminal 2 redevelopment is just one part of a five-year expansion plan for Melbourne Airport that represents one of the largest infrastructure investments undertaken in Victoria over that period, with approximately 1000 people employed in its construction. The expansion plans represent the largest upgrade to Melbourne Airport's facilities since it was built in the 1960s.
Melbourne Airport is planning for the future. As Melbourne and Victoria grow, so will demand for air travel. In coming years, Melbourne Airport will serve more passengers, new aircraft and more flights. As part of its planning, Melbourne Airport has prepared its 2013 Master Plan. This document was approved by the Commonwealth Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development, pursuant to Section 81 of the Airports Act 1996, on 18 December 2013. Under the Airports Act 1996, Melbourne Airport is required every five years to prepare a Master Plan to guide the development of the airport for the next 20 years. The next Master Plan will be developed in 2018. The Master Plan includes development objectives, passenger and flight forecasts; land use and development plans; noise forecasts; flight paths; ground transport access and environmental impacts.