A survey by air transport IT provider SITA has found 84% of passengers to Abu Dhabi International Airport carry a smartphone – but they still prefer personal service.
The 2013 SITA Airport IT Trends Survey says airports will increase their investment in information technology to $6 billion this year.
A global survey by air transport IT provider SITA has found passengers at GRU Airport in São Paulo want mobile services.
Smart watches, smart glasses and other wearable computing devices will be part of the airport of the future, according to the latest findings from SITA Lab.
Airlines are ramping up spending on finding out more about their passengers, according to an annual survey by air transport communications and IT specialist SITA.
Dublin Airport is carrying out a six-month trial of automated border control gates (ABC) – or “e-gates”.
Changi Airport Group (CAG) is to partner with SITA to introduce the latest passenger self-service technology.
Airport World reviews SITA’s Flying Into The Future report on IT innovation in the air transport industry.
Airline baggage handling improved last year with the rate of mishandled bags dropping 1.78%, according to the ninth annual SITA Baggage Report.
By 2015, the way we travel will change significantly fuelled by innovation in IT – used by airlines, airports and passengers.
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