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25. 24 Airlines Now Using SITAs Horizon Autobag
24 Airlines Now Using SITAs Horizon Autobag. Within minutes of the new IATA resolution regarding automated baggage rules coming into effect on 1 April 2011, SITA went live with its automated baggage fees pricing solution. 24 airlines, including Asiana, Cathay Pacific / Dragonair, China Airlines, EVA Airways, Garuda, Transaero and Singapore Airlines, are now using SITAs Horizon Au
26. Sriwijaya Air Migrates to SITAs Horizon Passenger Management and Distribution Platform
Sriwijaya Air Migrates to SITAs Horizon Passenger Management and Distribution Platform. Indonesias third largest private carrier, Sriwijaya Air, has completed a successful migration to SITAs Horizon passenger management and distribution platform. Sriwijaya Air is the second major Asian airline - after Malaysia Airlines - to switch to the SITA platform within the last month.
27. SITA Appoints Sumesh Patel as President - Asia Pacific
SITA has appointed Sumesh Patel as President - Asia Pacific. As a member of the Senior Leadership Team reporting directly to SlTAs CEO, Sumesh will be responsible for developing and driving the strategic direction for SITA in the region. Sumesh is based in Singapore and will take on the role in place of Ilya Gutlin, who will now assume the position of President for SITAs global A
28. Melbourne Airport Partners SITA to Improve Overall Passenger Experience
Melbourne Airport is introducing the latest in passenger self-service technology from global IT provider SITA to reduce queuing time, maximize the use of its terminal facilities and enhance the overall passenger experience. The investment with SITA is part of a billion-dollar expansion at the airport and consists of AirportConnect Open , SITAs common-use platform, supporting commo
29. Skyservice Airlines becomes First Canadian Airline to opt for SITA's APIS Solution
Skyservice Airlines becomes First Canadian Airline to opt for SITA's APIS Solution. Aviation IT specialists, SITA, has signed a new agreement with Skyservice Airlines to simplify the processing of more than one million passengers at over 70 locations worldwide. The agreement also makes the carrier the first Canadian airline to adopt SITAs Advance Passenger Information Quick Query
30. Transaero signs Multi-Million Dollar Agreement with aviation IT specialist SITA
Transaero signs Multi-Million Dollar Agreement with aviation IT specialist SITA SITA Transaero, Russias third largest airline, has signed a five year, multi-million dollar agreement with aviation IT specialist SITA for its passenger management system. The agreement includes the provision of SITA Reservations, Ticketing, Departure Control Services, Revenue Management and Airfare..
31. Skyways signs US$6.2 million Contract with SITA
Skyways signs US$6.2 million Contract with SITA. Skyways, a Swedish regional airline, has signed a $6.2 million five-year contract with SITA to overhaul its passenger management processes and to manage seasonal variations in its passenger traffic which reached 800,000 last year. Skyways will migrate its reservations and associated systems to SITAs advanced Passenger Management and
32. Royal Jordanian Signs Airfare Insight Deal with SITA
Royal Jordanian Signs Airfare Insight Deal with SITA. Royal Jordanian has signed a five-year deal to migrate to the SITA Airfare Insight platform. Royal Jordanian is the third major Middle Eastern airline to introduce SITAs innovative fare pricing software in a move to ensure the best fares for its passengers.

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