St. Petersburg’s Pulkovo Airport, the fourth busiest in Russia, today announced a major improvement to passenger services with the selection of SITA’s AirportConnect Open platform which will provide agent and self-service check-in for its six million passengers.
The Abu Dhabi Airport Company (ADAC), owner and operator of all five airports in the emirate of Abu Dhabi, and SITA, the air transport IT specialist, today announced details of a five-year deal which will bring sweeping changes to all of the emirate?s airports turning them into high-tech centres of passenger processing.
The 12th annual SITA/Airline Business Airline IT Trends Survey has strongly supported growing optimism and has indicated that the worst may be over for an industry which sustained record losses over the last two years.
TravelSky, the main airline reservation and agency distribution provider in China, has partnered with SITA.
Düsseldorf Airport and SITA today hailed the success of a unique IT outsourcing agreement which has seen the airport manage 20% growth in passenger numbers while replacing its entire IT infrastructure over the last five years.
Self-service check-in rose last year at Russia’s busiest airport - Moscow Domodedovo Airport and 33.9% of all passengers who knew self-service was available expressed a preference for using it, according to the latest SITA/Air Transport World Passenger Self-Service Survey.
Stuttgart Airport aims to have 30% of its ten million passengers checking in on SITA’s new compact AirportConnect S3 Kiosk following the largest deployment of the kiosk in Europe to date.
In a move to provide airlines of all sizes with the ability to have a frequent flyer programme, SITA today announced a partnership with leading customer loyalty specialist, LoyaltyPlus, to integrate their solutions into SITA’s Horizon portfolio of passenger services which are used by more than 130 airlines.
SITA has completed a vital upgrade to Brazil’s air-ground data link communications system as the country embarks on a major air traffic management modernization programme