The Airport has begun construction of a new Common Use Passenger Processing System (CUPPS), which will give passengers more access to convenient self-service flight check-ins and flight information displays.
The renderings below depict the positioning of the new CUPPS counter installations in Terminals A and B, respectively. In addition to checking in at these counter positions, passengers will also be able to check in for all airlines at new CUPPS stand-alone remote kiosks.
|Terminal A Lobby||Terminal B Lobby|
The Airport is transitioning from the current proprietary computer systems, which are individually owned and operated by each airline, to CUPPS. The CUPPS system will permit airlines to operate at all gates and counter positions, which allows greater efficiency and flexibility to adjust to airline facility requirements in peak demand periods. Passengers will find that instead of having to find an airline-specific check-in kiosk, all kiosks in the terminal will permit check-in with all airlines.
|A Dual-Head CUPPS Counter|
The CUPPS upgrades are scheduled for completion in 2013. For more detailed information, see the Staff Report description of the CUPPS project.