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129. Singapore Airlines to be First Airline to use SITA’s NG Communications Platform
Singapore Airlines to be First Airline to use SITA’s NG Communications Platform. Singapore Airlines is to be the first airline worldwide to use SITA’s next generation communications platform to manage its increasing demand for more bandwidth system-wide. The move will benefit Singapore Airlines in over 200 sites in 35 countries as it is rolled out over the coming months.
130. 787 Launch Customer - ANA - Selects SITA for AirCom Management
787 Launch Customer - ANA - Selects SITA for AirCom Management. As the initial flight of Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner approaches, launch customer ANA (All Nippon Airways) has selected aviation IT specialist SITA to provide a message processing solution to manage the configuration and distribution of the higher traffic volume and variety of aircraft cockpit messages required for the new
131. SITA CUSS Kiosks part of Major Revamp at Korea's Incheon Airport
SITA CUSS Kiosks part of Major Revamp at Korea's Incheon Airport. Korea’s Incheon International Airport is taking service provision to an higher level with the deployment of SITA’s new self-service kiosk for passenger check-in. Several airlines will participate as part of a three-year, multi-million dollar investment plan by the Incheon International Airport Corporation (IIAC).
132. Malaysia Airlines and SITA launch iPad Kiosks
Malaysia Airlines and SITA launch iPad Kiosks. Malaysia Airlines and the air transport IT specialist, SITA, have launched the world’s first kiosks to sell airline tickets using the Apple iPad. The new iPhone augmented reality application, MHdeals, will also soon be available online in the Apple AppStore and demonstrates for the first time how airlines can exploit the technology com
133. Taipei CUTE Airline Club invests $18m in SITA’s AirportConnect Solution
Taipei CUTE Airline Club invests $18m in SITA’s AirportConnect Solution. The Taipei CUTE (Common Use Terminal Equipment) Airline Club at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is investing $18 million in IT over seven years as it migrates to SITA’s AirportConnect CUTE platform for departure control, passenger boarding and resource management.
134. China Eastern Partners SITA
China Eastern Partners SITA. China Eastern Airlines, which has a fleet of more than 330 aircraft flying domestically and internationally to Asia, Europe, North America, Canada and Australia, will now be supported by a global roll-out of SITA’s Application Performance Solution comprising IP VPN, the IPSec service and Integrated Traffic Management. These secure solutions will initial
135. SITA partners Stratech to combat FOD on Runways
SITA partners Stratech to combat FOD on Runways. In a major initiative to support airlines and airports battling against increasing costs from Foreign Objects and Debris (FOD) on runways, SITA has partnered Stratech Systems to make an intelligent vision-based airfield/runway surveillance system available to its airport customers to identify, track and display FOD in real time.
136. Aeropuerto Internacional El Dorado installs SITA’s AirportConnect Open
Aeropuerto Internacional El Dorado installs SITA’s AirportConnect Open. Aeropuerto Internacional El Dorado, the main airport serving Colombia’s capital Bogota, has installed SITA’s AirportConnect Open for both agent and self-service passenger check-in as it responds to annual double-digit growth with a $650 million expansion programme. El Dorado handled 12.7 million passengers in 2

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