Alstom’s Chinese joint venture CRRC Puzhen Alstom Transportation System has signed a contract with Airport Authority Hong Kong to provide Operation & Maintenance service for the integrated Automated People Mover system for the T2 Line connecting Hong Kong International Airport’s Terminal 2 Concourse and Terminal 2. Under the terms of the contract, PATS will be responsible to deliver the operation and maintenance for HKIA APM system for the T2 Line, including preventive maintenance and corrective maintenance of vehicles and core electromechanical equipment of the APM system for three years. The Innovia APM 300 system runs on 2.6 km three-tracks T2 Line with two stations expected to be put into operation in 2024. The new APM system will help HKIA to enhance operation efficiency and reinforce its leading role as an international aviation hub.Alstom has already supplied APM systems to Beijing Capital International Airport, Chengdu Tianfu International Airport, Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport, Shanghai Metro Line 8 and Guangzhou Zhujiangxincheng, and is also currently delivering an Innovia APM 300 system to HKIA. Alstom’s APM technology has been in service in China’s six largest urban centres while responsible for the operation and maintenance service projects in China’s three major cities including Chengdu, Shenzhen and Hong Kong.The driverless Innovia APM is a transportation system specially designed to serve airports and dense urban areas. It offers quick, comfortable, and convenient service for commuters within cities, to and from airports, or between airport terminals. Innovia APM cars operate on a dedicated guideway underground, on ground level or elevated. This ensures a consistent service that does not interfere with surrounding road or runway traffic. Built on 50 years of successful and dependable subsystems for optimised functionality, over 30 of Alstom’s APM systems have been delivered around the world and are in operation at 12 of the world’s busiest airports.