Air Transport IT Review - Issue 1, 2014

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Airport IT Trends: All eyes on the passenger

Airport IT Trends: All eyes on the passenger

Airports are confident about the future. IT budgets are up and all eyes are fixed on the passenger experience. That’s the message from the Airport IT Trends Survey.

Airport analytics: See the bigger picture

Airport analytics: See the bigger picture

In the quest to exploit business intelligence and analytics, airports need to gather data from multiple systems and touchpoints, interpret it instantly and share it. Only then will they see the bigger picture.

The intelligence gold mine

The intelligence gold mine

Wouldn't it be great if the holiday started at the airport, not at the destination? Passengers could enjoy a relaxing meal or calmly shop at several of the airport's retail outlets. It's the way all airports would like it to be.

Master System Integration: Connect the dots ...

Master System Integration: Connect the dots ...

Airport authorities need joined up thinking, a totally integrated airport ecosystem and a ground up approach if they're to make the best use of IT when expanding or building new terminals and airports.

Pathway to growth - AFRAA interview

Pathway to growth - AFRAA interview

Africa is set on a path of growth to rival that of Asian economies. Its air transport sector is transforming to the advantage of African businesses and customers. Dr. Elijah Chingosho, Secretary General of the African Airlines Association (AFRAA) tells us more.

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