Use of blockchain to track aircraft parts could save the air transport industry an estimated US$3.5bn.
Miami International Airport (MIA) has added Mobile Passport Control into its own airport app experience. It is the first airport in the world to introduce this fast entry process, developed by air transport IT provider SITA and certified by US […]
SITA’s Air Transport IT Summit (ATIS) featured futuristic plans for robotic kiosks, and mixed reality airport, as well as more immediate solutions to improve air travel. From booking extras on-the-go to keeping planes healthy, here are some of the most […]
SITA has invested in Dynamic Mapping start-up LocusLabs to help fuel developments of new geo-location technology for use by airports and airlines.
Inmarsat and the European Space Agency have completed the first test flights for a project which will modernise Europe’s air traffic management infrastructure to make flights better for passengers and the planet.
Air Seoul, the new South Korean low-cost carrier based at Seoul Incheon International Airport, has launched its operations using SITA’s Horizon Passenger Management and Distribution systems.
Adelaide Airport, Australia’s fastest-growing international airport, will install 14 new self-service bag drop and 32 new check in kiosks from SITA to streamline the journey for the airport’s eight million passengers.
Under a three-year agreement, JetBlue has selected global IT provider SITA to support 531 check-in and automated passport control (APC) self-service kiosks across 56 locations in the USA and Caribbean. SITA will provide 24/7 remote and on-site service.
Ryanair is touting its strong baggage handling performance, compared to competitors in Europe and around the world, by citing figures from SITA’s Baggage Handling report published earlier this year.