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Aurrigo International PLC
08 April 2024

Aurrigo International plc

Partnership Agreement with Aviation Solutions B.V. (part of Schiphol Group)


Aurrigo International plc (AIM: AURR, the "Company" or "Aurrigo"), a leading international provider of transport technology solutions, has signed a formal partnership agreement with Aviation Solutions B.V. ("AS"), a department within Royal Schiphol Group, to support the roll-out of Aurrigo's autonomous solutions to the global aviation sector.


The multi-year partnership with AS provides an opportunity to demonstrate the Auto-DollyTug® baggage vehicle and Auto-Sim® aviation operations simulation software at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in a bid to engage with other airports and stakeholders.


Aurrigo currently has partnership agreements in place with Changi Airport Group and the International Airlines Group (IAG).


Aurrigo International plc
David Keene, Chief Executive Officer
Ian Grubb, Chief Financial Officer 


+44 (0)2476 635818


Singer Capital Markets (Nominated Adviser and Sole Broker)
Phil Davies, Rick Thompson, Alaina Wong, Jalini Kalaravy

+44 (0)20 7496 3000


Cucumber PR (Financial Communications)
Russ Cockburn

+44 (0)20 7457 2020

About Aurrigo

Aurrigo is a leading international provider of transport technology solutions.

Headquartered in Coventry, UK, it designs, engineers, manufactures, and supplies autonomous vehicles and OEM products to the automotive and transport industries, particularly focusing on aviation.

It is highly regarded as a specialist in autonomous and semi-autonomous technology solutions for the aviation, ground handling and cargo industries.

Aurrigo has developed six types of autonomous vehicle to date, which can be utilised to reduce costs, resolve operational issues and tackle labour shortages, whilst also improving sustainability.

Aurrigo has three divisions, Automotive Technology, Autonomous Technology and Aviation Technology. For more information, see

About Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol welcomed 61.9 million passengers in 2023 and 1.38 million tonnes of cargo was transported through Schiphol. With 305 direct destinations around the world, Schiphol offers one of the best networks of destinations and frequencies in Europe. This makes Schiphol one of Europe's most important main ports and one of the two European hubs of Air France-KLM and the SkyTeam alliance. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is an important economic driver for the Netherlands and the region. 

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is part of Royal Schiphol Group. Royal Schiphol Group is a company that operates airports in the Netherlands, has international activities and participations in foreign airports Royal Schiphol Group's mission is connecting your world.


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