TAV Technologies has completed the first phase of its project to digitise all operations at Samarkand Airport in south-eastern Uzbekistan.

TAV Airports subsidiary TAV Technologies has reached an agreement with airport operator Air Marakanda to expand the digital transformation project at the new terminal, which has been operational since March.

As part of the project, TAV Technologies is deploying its proprietary software and hardware solutions. These include the Total Airport Management Suite (TAMS), an integrated management platform that is compatible with existing systems and covers flight management, airport resource management, capacity planning, commercial management, and ground services.

Samarkand Airport will also use TAV’s Passenger Flow Management module, which helps reduce passenger waiting time at the airport, and the Commercial Management module, which digitises cost management and invoice tracking. Air Marakanda will also benefit from TAV’s common use passenger processing system and common use self service solutions.

Gairat Neimatov, chief executive officer of Air Marakanda, said, "We are delighted to take the final step to fully digitise Samarkand International Airport’s operations, which will provide an unprecedented level of service in Uzbekistan’s aviation industry.

“The new phase of work follows the recent opening of the airport’s new terminal. With its modern infrastructure, streamlined processes, and technology-enabled service offering, Samarkand International Airport is a new standard for travel to Uzbekistan’s most famous historic city.”


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