News

  • L-DCS grows in Colombia

    Damarel is delighted that Cartagena (CTG) has become the 3rd airport in Colombia to install our world-class L-DCS. Installed on local servers, L-DCS provides a simple, fast and cost-effective check-in, bag drop and boarding process for the country’s largest airport. CTG joins José Maria Córdova International Airport (MDE) and Enrique Olaya Herrara Airport (EOH) in […]

  • L-DCS Becomes Part of Smart Airports Initiative in Papua New Guinea

    Papua New Guinea understands the importance of the aviation sector and has a clear ‘Smart Airports’ plan to deliver state-of-the-art modern facilities to support national growth. Through the National Airports Corporation (NAC), there is a clear push to develop and improve existing infrastructure to deliver lasting benefits. Damarel is proud to help support this initiative, […]

  • Are you worried about losing control?

    The closure of axsControl DCS means many ground handlers and airlines are urgently looking for a reliable alternative. Is this you? Luckily, Damarel is able to help! L-DCS delivers the perfect solution for low cost, charter and point-to-point carrier handling. Fast to deploy and simple to use, L-DCS makes sure your customers get great service. […]

  • New for Spring 2018 – Next Generation FiNDnet

    Spring 2018 sees the global launch of the next generation of Damarel’s FiNDnet. For nearly 30 years, FiNDnet has provided exceptional turn management, service recording and billing to ground handlers around the world. Handling millions of flights and over US$1.5 billion in annual service revenues, FiNDnet is one of the best known, most heavily used […]

  • Common Use in a Case! Passenger Processing Where You Need It, When You Need It

    Damarel is committed to providing secure, cost effective passenger handling solutions to airports and airlines of all sizes, worldwide. New, Common Use in a Case! is a perfect example of this. In an innovative approach, Damarel has provided the ideal solution for airports in need of peak burst capacity or small volume airports with limited […]