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- 1. SITA and Airports Authority of India launch IT Transformation of 13 Non-Metro Airports
SITA and Airports Authority of India launch IT Transformation of 13 Non-Metro Airports. Some ten years after first introducing CUTE common-use check in systems to India, SITA, the global aviation IT specialists, is spreading the latest version of the technology, AirportConnect Open, to 13 major airports around the country in partnership with the Airports Authority of India.
- 2. AAI Partners SITA to Improve Passenger Experience at 25 Airports in India
The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has selected SITA to equip 25 airports with its common-use passenger processing system to improve the experience of tens of millions of passengers. The announcement follows the successful implementation of SITA’s passenger systems at 13 AAI airports, which was part of the first phase of an airports modernization plan by AAI. In total, 38 airpor
- 3. ATRS Studies World’s Most Efficient Airports
After being on rotation for a decade on the top spot, Asia’s prominent major airports like Singapore’s Changi, Seoul-Incheon, Hong Kong International airports have been trumped by the three smaller Airports managed Korea Airports Corporation (KAC) since year 2012. KAC’s Gimhae International Airport in City of Busan, the largest city in southern part of South Korea, has won the 2014
- 4. AAI Expands SITA’s Baggage Management Solution to 15 Airports
The Airports Authority of India (AAI), which manages 126 airports across India, has expanded SITA’s baggage management solution to 15 airports. SITA’s BagManager will provide the airports with real-time information on the status of passengers’ baggage, significantly reducing the chances of baggage mishandling.
- 5. Airports in Cambodia, France and Portugal to Install SITA Technology
Vinci Airports will be implementing SITA’s multi-airport Airport Management solution across its global network of airports, starting with 22 airports in Portugal, France and Cambodia. This operational unification will help the airport group deliver new efficiencies and synergies across its global network of airports.
- 6. ACI Asia Pacific Forms Small Airports Network
Airports Council International (ACI) Asia Pacific has formed what it calls the Small Airports Network, with the objective of building a platform for small airports in the region to address common concerns in small airport operations. The network aims to facilitate participating airports to exchange ideas, experiences and best practices.
- 7. Denver International Airport hosting International Airports and Global Reporting Initiative
Denver International Airport hosting International Airports and Global Reporting Initiative. The 10 participating airports at the Denver meeting include: Athens (Greece; Cancun (Mexico); German airports Frankfurt and Munich; Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia); US airports Denver, Colorado, Portland, Oregon, and San Diego, California; Toronto (Canada) and Zurich (Switzerland).
- 8. Airports Focus on Technology to Improve Passenger Experience
The 8th annual SITA Airport IT Trends Survey, co-sponsored by Airports Council International (ACI) and Airline Business, tracks airport technology trends. It is based on responses from almost 100 airport operators, representing the views of 198 airports, including more than two thirds of the top 100 airports by revenue, responsible for 43% of global passenger traffic.
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