Established in 1955, Adelaide Airport is the principal airport in the South Australian capital of Adelaide, servicing approximately seven million passengers a year.
To keep up with the growth of Adelaide city and the increasing demand for flights, construction of the AUD 260 million Adelaide Airport Multi User Integrated Terminal - one of South Australia's largest and most significant privately funded civil infrastructure projects - commenced in November 2003.
Terminal 1 was officially opened by Prime Minister John Howard in October 2005, and provides a considerable upgrade on former airport facilities for regional, domestic and international passengers. The new terminal includes state of the art passenger facilities, flight information and security systems as well as 42 common use check-in counters.
To provide the staff operating the check-in counters with a comfortable and ergonomic workstation CBS Zorro monitor stands were selected. Using Zorro, CBS were also able to help create a minimalist environment and de-clutter the check-in desks within the Passenger Terminal, creating a cleaner, more spacious and organised desk for the operator to work on.