Weather radar is a device that uses radio waves to observe, detect, monitor, and warn of dangerous weather phenomena related to clouds such as thunderstorms, tornadoes, heavy rain, and hail... and especially determining the location of the center of the storm when approaching the shore, where other monitoring equipment such as satellites do not ensure accuracy and traditional monitoring data on the East Sea is not thick enough to serve the determination. The exact location of the storm's center.
Passenger Boarding Bridge (PBB) is a device connecting the passenger terminal with the aircraft. It will help passengers get on/off the aircraft quickly, conveniently, safely and especially not affected by the weather.
Since 2014 up to now, VTG company has been the authorized representative to distribute ShinMaywa passenger bridges in Vietnam. We are proud to be the bridge connecting and bringing passengers the best experiences and services before and after each flight.
With continuous development and improvement to bring the best services to customers/passengers, ShinMaywa has developed the "Passenger Bridge" system to automatically dock to aircraft remotely.
In addition, VTG Public Company is also a distributor of auxiliary equipment to serve aircraft such as:
• Pre Conditioned Air (PCA)
• Ground Power Unit (GPU)
• Potable Water System (PWS)
Automatic weather observation system at the airport: is the process of monitoring weather changes such as wind speed, wind direction, cloud density, light intensity, visibility, and rainfall... automatically to provide accurate meteorological information to airports as well as airlines, helping aircraft land safely and taking timely measures to resolve and respond if an incident occurs.
VTG Company is one of the leading units in consulting, supplying, and installing automatic meteorological monitoring stations. Provided to 6/22 airports in Vietnam including (Tho Xuan, Pleiku, Con Dao, Phu Cat, Dien Bien, and Buon Ma Thuot Airports)
VTG Company is a supplier of main equipment such as Instrument landing systems, passenger boarding bridges, weather radar systems, Self-check-in kiosk systems, aircraft parking guidance systems, rescue systems, and automatic weather observation systems.
After completing the handover to the client and operation. We still carry out after-sales policies such as warranty, maintenance, and equipment maintenance.
With a professional maintenance staff of up to 25 people, we have been carrying out monthly maintenance work on passenger bridge equipment at 9/22 airports in Vietnam for 76 sets of bridges. passenger
Aircraft rescue system Is a set of rescue equipment for narrow-body and wide-body aircraft when the aircraft encounters trouble and includes the following main equipment:
- Aircraft rescue lifting system using airbags
- Lifting frame-belt set for aircraft rescue using the crane
- Set of straps to stabilize the aircraft before lifting for rescue.
- Debugging set for aircraft rescue gear
- Set of temporary road mats, anti-bog rescue.
- Airplane rescue Dolly set, nose gear rescue, main gear gear rescue
Safe dock system is an Advanced Visual Docking Guidance system, an aircraft parking aid for airport and aircraft safety and efficiency. The design is according to strict airport industry standards for the safety of, and use by authorized airport personnel.
What is the Kiosk Check-in?
It is the check-in process completed through self-service kiosks at some of the airports.
Passengers can complete their check-ins fast and easily just like in an online check-in. Kiosk check-in is subject to certain timing.
What is a Kiosk?
A kiosk is a touch-screen device allowing passengers to do self-check-in and pay with credit or debit cards for free. Kiosks provide a valid boarding pass at the end. Passengers can save time by using kiosks at busy airports and avoid long queues.
What is Self Check-in / How to Do It?
Self-check-in is also referred to as kiosk check-in and both mean the same check-in process. Passengers can self-check-in a certain time prior to boarding through kiosks.
How to do Kiosk Check-in?
Kiosk check-in is done by providing the related booking information through kiosks. Kiosks are practical and easy-to-use devices designed for everybody and most airports have kiosks devices. With its multi-language support, kiosk devices print your boarding pass step by step after filling in the required details. Click here for more information on the Pegasus Airlines kiosk check-in process.
Kiosks are touch devices that allow passengers to check in. Passengers can head straight to the boarding area after getting their boarding pass.
Kiosk check-ins can be done through a PNR code (booking code), e-ticket, boarding pass, or passport.
After logging in to the system, passengers can request additional services or select their seats. Passengers can directly head to the boarding area without waiting in line after kiosk check-in and baggage drop-off.
An instrument Landing System (ILS) is a system that provides information about distance, position, and accurate landing angle for aircraft to help pilots land on the runway safely. full. The ILS system uses radio transmitters located at runway areas in airports to transmit information to receiver stations located on aircraft. The ILS system includes a landing direction station (Localizer), landing angle station (Glidepath), benchmark stations (Marker)