Brisbane Airport, in partnership with Sita and Air New Zealand, has launched an Australian first trial of facial recognition technology that is set to transform the future of travel.
The new Sita Smart Path technology uses s
Sita, the air transport IT provider, has completed a strategic investment in dynamic mapping company LocusLabs, helping drive innovation for the benefit of the entire industry while supporting its own investment in innovation.
The global deployment of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology, which can accurately track passengers’ baggage in real time across key points in the journey, can enable the air transport industry to save more than $3 billion ove
Global growth consulting firm Frost & Sullivan has recognised Sita as the Airport IT Solutions Company of the year in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region for the third time in seven years.
The award highlights Sita’s leading
Lebanon national carrier Middle East Airlines - Air Liban (MEA) has signed a new five-year master agreement with global communications provider Sita to introduce new, faster connectivity across the airline’s network.
Airports are placing a higher priority on IT investments for passenger and airport security with 50 per cent rating it a high priority, up from 37 per cent last year.
This is according to the 2016 Airport IT Trends Survey, the ext
Sita, the global air transport communications provider, plans to roll out faster, new-generation connectivity across Kenya Airways’ global network, a vital investment in infrastructure needed to support the airline’s renewed focus on
Airlines are striving hard to cater to the 'hyper-connected' Chinese passengers, who are heavy users of technology both in their everyday lives and throughout their travel journeys, with 80 per cent adopting connected aircraft and 100 pe
With the help of global aviation IT provider Sita, Iraqi Airways has opened its new reservation contact center in Amman, allowing the airline to better manage its reservations across 13 countries.
As the airline continues to rebui
As the connected world of travel becomes a reality, 91 per cent of airlines plan to invest in cyber security programs over the next three years, a new report has unveiled.
According to the Sita Airline IT Trends 2016 Survey publis