Following the recent introduction of self-service kiosks and automated bag drop, Melbourne Airport is switching all of its passenger services to SITA’s common use platform.
Aéroports de Montréal has completed the conversion of eight bag drop stations into self-service systems, allowing all US-bound passengers to make use of self-service bag drop. Read full article »
FTE spoke to AirAsia’s Steven Dickson about the self-service facilities that will be available in klia2 and why airports should treat LCCs and full-service airlines differently. Read full article »
Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport in Texas has implemented SITA’s AirportConnect Open common-use platform, and installed sophisticated FIDS. Read full article »
Travellers at Scotland’s busiest airport can now check in their bags in just 30 seconds with the launch of its latest state-of-the-art facility, the UK’s first multi-airline bag drop. Read full article »
Melbourne Airport is introducing state-of-the-art self-service technology for its passengers as part of a $1 billion expansion.
SITA’s partnership for innovation with Changi Airport was an exciting development on Asia Pacific’s air transport landscape. Following the announcement of the partnership in May, Amy Hanna spoke to SITA’s President Asia Pacific Ilya Gutlin about what the collaboration means for the two organisations. Read full article »
A joint initiative between the world’s leading IT specialists and some of aviation’s foremost businesses has developed an innovative new software platform for seamless integration of operations land and airside. Read full article »
The major modernisation and expansion project will see the implementation of 15 new IT solutions to optimise operations at Bogota El Dorado Airport. Read full article »