|Company||Dallas Fort Worth International Airport|
Alstom, global leader in smart and sustainable mobility, has signed a contract with Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) to provide operations and maintenance services for the automated people mover (APM) system for the next 10 years, until January 2032. The contract is valued at just over €200 million.
Under this contract, Alstom’s scope of work includes ongoing preventive and corrective maintenance of the system’s 64 Innovia APM 200 vehicles, subsystems and related components, which consists of switches, power distribution, station doors, public address announcements and station signage. Alstom will also be responsible for the maintenance of the eight-kilometre elevated dual-lane guideway, which includes the running surface, guide beam, 3rd rail power and the related switches, the power distribution, guideway heating systems, and the Automatic Train Control equipment.
Alstom and DFW have been working together since 2000 providing the eight-kilometre elevated dual-lane guideway APM system. Known as Skylink, the 32 train APM system (64 cars) offers convenient passenger travel in either direction on comfortable, climate controlled Innovia APM vehicles, connecting all five terminals – A, B, C, D and E. Alstom has provided maintenance support for the SkyLink system since it opened on May 21, 2005. Since its opening, the DFW system has achieved outstanding results in availability, exceeding 99% each year, carrying more than 20 million passengers annually, pre-pandemic.