MIA commissions additional aerobridge operations. Mangaluru News – Times of India

Mangaluru: Mangaluru International Airport (MIA) has commissioned two more passenger boarding bridges or aerobridges.
With this, the total number of aerobridges at MIA has gone up to six.
The airport has been using an aerobridge since 2010.
This new feature aims to deliver a lot operational flexibility It becomes a challenge for airlines especially during rains where it becomes a challenge to transport passengers from the aircraft on the apron to the terminal and from the open space to the terminal.
linked to new Integrated Terminal BuildingThese aerobridges also enable the airport to make optimum use of the 11 parking stands available on the apron.
While six of these stands are connected to the terminal with aerobridges, the rest are open bays.
Airport operationalizes new aerobridge in consultation with stakeholders including airlines and airport security groups CISF To ensure a seamless experience for the passengers, the MIA spokesperson said.
The spokesperson said that the move to use these aerobridges, used for both domestic and international flights, would ensure that passengers would not face the vagaries of nature while boarding or disembarking.
The aerobridge can be used with narrowbody aircraft such as the Airbus A320, A321 or Boeing 737-800.
Airlines bring passengers from aircraft to terminals in coaches on routes where they deploy ATRs.