Airlines and airports continue to get better with baggage, with the number of mishandled bags dropping 70% since 2007, according to a new report.
The future of air transport will be driven by a digital transformation in the industry, according to Barbara Dalibard, CEO of global IT provider, SITA.
KATE, an intelligent, robotic check-in kiosk that SITA believes will help reduce queues at airports, enjoyed a month-long trial at Japan’s Kansai International Airport (KIX) in February.
The smart use of technologies such as artificial intelligence is expected to revolutionise the management of baggage over the next decade, promising to make lost luggage a thing of the past, according to a new report.
Istanbul's new €10.2 billion airport will boast an innovative baggage tracking solution supplied by SITA.
Airports and airlines will spend nearly US$33 billion on IT this year, according to the SITA 2017 Air Transport IT Trends Insights released today.