CJIA Gets 75 Baggage Carts


As it Moves to Make the Airport Experience More Comfortable

GUYANA — The Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) on Wednesday announced that it has procured and put into service seventy-five galvanized steel baggage carts for free use by passengers in the new Arrivals Terminal.

A press release from CJIA said that the carts were procured at the cost of $6.5M from one of Europe’s largest manufacturers of airport luggage carts, Wanzl.

Chief Executive Officer of CJIA, Ramesh Ghir, stated “we are pleased to introduce this new convenient service to our passengers. These trolleys will make the arrivals process a lot smoother, which will add to an overall improved and comfortable experience at the airport.”

This new acquisition is of a part of a one billion-dollar 2019 capital programme aimed at improving customer service and enhancing airport operation efficiencies. (STABROEK NEWS)