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
Aviation communications specialist SITA today announced their appointment by Virgin Atlantic as the airline’s Network Guardian with primary responsibility for all voice and data IT services, which will result in a significant reduction in network communication costs.
SITA today announced a ten year, $26.7 million agreement, with the Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) for a complete upgrade of passenger processing at the country’s two international gateways, Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA), Nairobi and Moi International Airport (MIA), Mombasa. This includes the installation of the country’s first ever self-service check-in kiosks.
A global benchmark survey of leading airport hubs has found that online booking among passengers using the Brazilian gateway, Sao Paulo Guarulhos, has risen almost 50% over the last twelve months, it was announced today at the ALTA Airline Leaders’ Forum in Cartagena, Colombia.
SITA, the specialist provider of IT solutions to airlines and airports, today said that a major survey of passenger habits at six leading airport hubs across five continents has found 20% growth in adoption of self-service check-in options over the last year and that passengers are demanding improvements in security procedures and airport dwell times as they check-in less baggage.
Airlines will now be able to get a lot closer to their passengers - including their likes and dislikes - thanks to an innovation called Customer Journey, from the airline IT specialist, SITA.
SITA has reported consolidated revenues of $1.47 billion for the year 2008, up 3.5% on the previous year’s figure of $1.42 billion.