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Frequentis RDT solution heads to France

French air navigation service provider DSNA has selected a state-of-the-art remote digital tower (RDT) solution from Austrian firm Frequentis

New cargo terminal at Chengdu Tianfu

Lödige Industries has installed a new fully automated air cargo terminal at Chengdu Tianfu International Airport in China’s Sichuan province

Hermes' dnata digitilisation gathers pace

Hermes Logistics Technologies (HLT) has completed phase one of its digitalisation collaboration with ground handler dnata Singapore

Eight Polish airports adopting ATC datalink

The Polish Air Navigation Services Agency has selected SITA to provide a departure clearance datalink service between ATC and pilots

Finland selects Frequentis ATS system

Frequentis Comsoft is supplying Fintraffic Air Navigation Services with an enhanced air traffic surveillance capability using a WAM system

The Club SEA lounge relocates at SeaTac

The Club SEA lounge at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport has relocated to a larger space and been revamped

Flex-as-a-Service gives airlines more options

SITA's Flex-as-a-Service enables airlines to provide a completely mobile experience to passengers and rapidly respond to traveller’s changing needs

Düsseldorf extends Pre-Departure Sequencer

Düsseldorf Airport has extended the use of its departure manager and so has procured the extension from ATRiCS

Swedavia selects Veovo for emissions charging

Swedavia has selected Veovo software for emissions charging of airlines at its largest airports, Stockholm Arlanda and Gothenburg Landvetter

ApronVision aims to improve apron ops

TK Elevator has launched ApronVision,
which the company says will make apron operations
more efficient

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