FMC Technologies (Houston) announced today that its Airport Systems Division has been awarded a contract by
The Dallas/Forth Worth (DFW) International Airport Board awarded a contract to FMC Technologies to provide various airport services. The three-year contract total is valued at approximately $38 million in revenue. Additionally, the contract provides an option to extend the term for two additional years at approximately $13 million in revenue per year.
The scope of supply includes the service and maintenance of all Terminal E gate systems, which include passenger boarding bridges and related equipment, baggage systems, and the physical facility. Currently, FMC Technologies provides similar services to DFW Terminal B and Terminal E under separate contracts. This new contract includes FMC Technologies’ Intelligent Operations Performance System (iOPS) Technology Package. iOPS is designed to improve terminal equipment reliability and efficiency. iOPS core functions enable a reduction in aircraft turn-times at the gate and decrease fuel usage and emissions by improving the efficiency of ground support functions.
Source: FMC Technologies