In line with the European Commission’s target of reducing net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030 compared to 1990 levels, the ground handling industry is actively working towards meeting these environmental objectives. A significant stride in this direction is the transition from conventional fossil fuel-powered apron buses to electric alternatives, as it plays a crucial role in achieving sustainability goals.
Giedrius Lelevicius, the Business Development Manager at DinoBus, highlights the importance for European airports to embrace eco-friendly transportation options in order to fulfill these ambitious targets. He emphasizes that relying on diesel and petrol-fueled buses for passenger transportation would hinder progress. Instead, the adoption of fully electric apron transportation not only allows airports and ground handling companies to reduce their environmental impact but also aligns with the principles of the European Green Deal.
DinoBus differentiates itself from other competitors in the industry by offering exceptional quality, extensive experience, and cost-effective solutions. Their 14-meter bus boasts an impressive range of up to 150 kilometers on a full charge, accommodating a total of 120 passengers.
Moreover, DinoBus ensures that their electric buses can operate in a wide range of environmental temperatures, from -30 to +40 degrees Celsius. The company also provides optional battery warranty extensions, demonstrating their commitment to customer satisfaction. Additionally, DinoBus prides itself on swift production times, with buses being manufactured and delivered within 7-9 months.