Body Scanners to Replace Metal Detectors at Mumbai Airport


GVK group-AAI promoted Mumbai airport may soon install body scanners, replacing the existing door frame metal detectors and hand-held scanners besides pat-down searches of the passengers to detect metallic objects.

Mumbai International Airport Ltd (MIAL), the joint venture company, which runs the country’s second busiest airport after Indira Gandhi International Airport of Delhi, has called for expression of interest (EoI) from original equipment makers for its supply, as per a public notice.

The move comes following the civil aviation ministry’s reportedly recent directives to operators of all hypersensitive airports to install the body scanners by March 2020. Read More

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