The air transport industry has cut the rate of mishandled bags by 61.3% globally since 2007, creating $18 billion in total estimated cost savings, according to a new report.
Passengers arriving at the airports in Kingston and Montego Bay in Jamaica can look forward to faster border clearance with the launch of new automated border control (ABC) kiosks.
Asia’s busiest airport, Beijing Capital International Airport, has chosen SITA to provide its passenger processing technology to manage its more than 80 million travellers.
Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport - the first public gateway to be built in Australia in 50 years - has chosen SITA’s common-use technology for passenger management.
SITA is transforming its global network and communication services to offer airlines and airports more value and greater capacity to meet their changing business needs.
Air passengers in Mexico are increasingly using smartphones and mobile technology to enhance their travel experience, according to a new survey by air transport IT specialist SITA.
Improving passenger processes is the number one information technology (IT) investment priority of airports around the world, according to the latest Airport IT Trends Survey.
Passengers from the European Union who hold electronic passports can now use self-service immigration control technology to accelerate their arrival and departure at Rome’s Fiumicino-Leonardo de Vinci International Airport.
More than 50 million passengers at 25 airports across India can now use SITA’s common-use self-service technology to check-in.
Passengers have no problem with airline or airport staff using wearable technology, such as smartwatches and glass innovations like Google Glass, a SITA survey has found.