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Chopin airport in Warsaw goes into quiet mode



Chopin

11 January 2016, the Warsaw international airport Chopin changed the concept of work by going to the so-called quiet mode, which already operates at the airports of Kiev, Barcelona, Bristol and Helsinki.

The idea is to minimize sound ads, including last call — messages for passengers arriving late that sound on the loudspeaker. Now these messages are heard over the relegation zone, but only near a specific gate leading to the flight. All information will be available at the special monitors which passengers are on their own to track their flights.

Reducing the number of audible announcements, I believe at the airport, help, first, to significantly reduce background noise, and secondly, there will be less to distract the passengers by continuous notifications, and thirdly — will help to focus attention on the really important notifications in the normal mode frequencies of the sound messages often just get lost in the noise.

All information that you will need to quickly convey to passengers, will continue to be voiced on the loudspeaker, but such reports are rare and personalized.



Category: Airway
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Date of publication: 14.01.2016


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