Three Falcons delivered to Bangalore Airport

By Lindsey Anderson27 August 2014

Three new Falcon FS370s have been delivered to Bangalore's international airport.

Three new Falcon FS370s have been delivered to Bangalore's international airport.

TCA Lift recently delivered three Falcon FS370s to the Bangalore International Airport (BIAL) in India.
The airport is built on two floors which is being cleaned and maintained by the three FS370s.
“We are very pleased to cooperate with BIAL in installing and providing a premium solution for safe and cost-effective access and building maintenance,” said Brian Falck Schmidt. “Our high-quality Falcon [units]
raise the bar for highly capable, robust and mission-oriented solutions that will serve the airport's needs for years to come."

The Falcons are specially designed and built for meeting the access challenges in today’s complex public spaces such as airports.
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