Was recently reading about Swedish jet bridge manufacturer FMT getting a contract to replace a number of bridges in CPH. The manager of the company was quoted saying that it was nice to get a contract so close to home, as all production is done in Trelleborg, Sweden, and most of their clients are in the US nowadays.
I know that they do alot of passenger ship boarding bridges for ports in the US, but I was wondering what airports use their bridges?
Their website http://www.fmt.se is not the most informative when it comes to details on either clients or market share, but provides some interesting information on the products they offer, including pop-up ground service modules to minimize the amount of vehicles that surround an A/C during turnaround (not that the idea has seemed to take off, but interesting nevertheless).
Anyways, I'd be grateful for any info on what airports in the US (or anywhere else) use FMT bridges.