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Tensator announces Emirates Air Line partnership
23 Jun 2017 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
Tensator provided barriers for the Emirates Air Line cable car
Queue management specialist, Tensator has signed a contract with the Emirates Air Line cable car.

As part of the contract Tensator has provided 150 Tensabarriers, with red and white Emirates branded webbing, to guide visitors quickly and safely through the attraction, whilst also managing passenger flow.

Kevin Hickson, general manager at Tensator, says: “Since the Emirate Air Line opened in 2012, people have been arriving in their droves to get a bird’s-eye view of the capital.”

Hickson adds: “This is a popular route for people who want to cross the Thames, but it is also a destination in its own right and attracts a high-volume of people. To maximise capacity and avoid unnecessary queuing, we needed to ensure that passengers could move quickly through the system.”

Simon Green, commercial manager at Emirates Air Line operator Mace Macro, says: “The memories of tourists and commuters are created throughout their journey, so ensuring customers enjoy a positive experience from the moment they enter the queue is crucial. This queueing system ensures passengers are able to move through the line as quickly and as safely as possible.”

Tensator has worked with a number of visitor attractions including SEA LIFE London.
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Consumer Expectations: The Driving Force Behind Digital in Leisure
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Tensator announces Emirates Air Line partnership
23 Jun 2017 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
Tensator provided barriers for the Emirates Air Line cable car
Queue management specialist, Tensator has signed a contract with the Emirates Air Line cable car.

As part of the contract Tensator has provided 150 Tensabarriers, with red and white Emirates branded webbing, to guide visitors quickly and safely through the attraction, whilst also managing passenger flow.

Kevin Hickson, general manager at Tensator, says: “Since the Emirate Air Line opened in 2012, people have been arriving in their droves to get a bird’s-eye view of the capital.”

Hickson adds: “This is a popular route for people who want to cross the Thames, but it is also a destination in its own right and attracts a high-volume of people. To maximise capacity and avoid unnecessary queuing, we needed to ensure that passengers could move quickly through the system.”

Simon Green, commercial manager at Emirates Air Line operator Mace Macro, says: “The memories of tourists and commuters are created throughout their journey, so ensuring customers enjoy a positive experience from the moment they enter the queue is crucial. This queueing system ensures passengers are able to move through the line as quickly and as safely as possible.”

Tensator has worked with a number of visitor attractions including SEA LIFE London.
MORE PRODUCTS
Triotech partners with AMC for Fear the Walking Dead Survival
Triotech has partnered with American broadcasting company AMC to create a new attraction at the Fremont Street Experience in Las Vegas.
Picsolve announces collaboration with Merlin Entertainment
Picsolve has collaborated with Merlin Entertainment on its newest attraction, Little Big City, Berlin.
Consumer Expectations: The Driving Force Behind Digital in Leisure
The UK's leisure sector is poised for a year of heightened activity as the weakness of the pound and the uncertainty of Brexit prompts Britons to spend more time and money on UK shores.
Could interactive narratives be incorporated into visitor attractions?
An immersive storytelling expert has discussed the possibility of using new and evolving technologies to give visitors to attractions rein over interactive experiences, allowing them to make personal choices and drive narrative in a story unfolding before them.
MORE PRODUCTS >
LATEST JOBS
Programmes and Events National Manager
The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust
Salary: £22,680 to £28,350 pa
Location: Slimbridge, United Kingdom
Forest Centre Manager
Forestry Commission
Salary: £29,401 - £32,486
Location: Wendover, United Kingdom
Creative Media Assistant
Merlin Entertainments Group
Salary: Competitive
Location: London, United Kingdom
Technical Manager
The Dungeons
Salary: Competitive
Location: Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Head of PR and Media Relations
Alton Towers Theme Park
Salary: Competitive
Location: Staffordshire, United Kingdom
Trade Sales Coordinator
Legoland Discovery Centre
Salary: Competitive
Location: Kansas City, MO, United States



 
 
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Tensator announces Emirates Air Line partnership
23 Jun 2017 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
Tensator provided barriers for the Emirates Air Line cable car
Queue management specialist, Tensator has signed a contract with the Emirates Air Line cable car.

As part of the contract Tensator has provided 150 Tensabarriers, with red and white Emirates branded webbing, to guide visitors quickly and safely through the attraction, whilst also managing passenger flow.

Kevin Hickson, general manager at Tensator, says: “Since the Emirate Air Line opened in 2012, people have been arriving in their droves to get a bird’s-eye view of the capital.”

Hickson adds: “This is a popular route for people who want to cross the Thames, but it is also a destination in its own right and attracts a high-volume of people. To maximise capacity and avoid unnecessary queuing, we needed to ensure that passengers could move quickly through the system.”

Simon Green, commercial manager at Emirates Air Line operator Mace Macro, says: “The memories of tourists and commuters are created throughout their journey, so ensuring customers enjoy a positive experience from the moment they enter the queue is crucial. This queueing system ensures passengers are able to move through the line as quickly and as safely as possible.”

Tensator has worked with a number of visitor attractions including SEA LIFE London.
 


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