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Baggage handling better despite traffic growth

The newly launched SITA Baggage IT Insights 2024 reports a fall in the number of mishandled bags despite the rise in passenger numbers  

SITA acquires Materna IPS

Air transport technology provider SITA has acquired Materna IPS, a Dortmund, Germany-based specialist in passenger handling for airports and airlines

SITA unveils airport management tool

The launch of the new AI-powered platform follows a 2023 demonstration with Canada’s Greater Toronto Airports Authority

SITA grows Canadian footprint

John C Munro Hamilton International Airport in Ontario has become the latest airport to introduce SITA’s passenger solutions

Biometrics key to smarter digital travel

A new white paper from air transport IT specialist SITA has highlighted the global roll out of biometric-driven IT solutions

SITA leads investment in Indicio

SITA has confirmed its strategic investment in Indicio, participating as the lead investor in the company’s Series A funding round

SITA celebrates first 75 years

Air transport technology specialist SITA is marking seven and a half decades of innovation, commitment and service to the aviation industry    

Alkira solution boosts SITA offering

Agentless multi-cloud networking pioneer Alkira has announced a strategic collaboration with air transport IT specialist SITA

Aviation sector increases IT spend

Airlines and airports are harnessing the power of biometrics, data, and cutting-edge emissions reduction technologies

SITA and Safety Line to support sustainable aviation

The companies hope to deploy data analytics at airports to reduce CO2 emissions and cut fuel costs

Star Alliance, NEC and SITA sign agreement to expand touchless journeys across member airlines

Passengers will soon be able to use their biometric ID as their boarding pass across a vast network of airlines and airports

Managing health data key to reducing airport queues, says SITA

Watch as Sergio Colella, President of Europe at SITA, discusses biometrics, traffic numbers and new technology as aviation battles back from Covid