How digital health passes bring biometrics in aviation much closer
By Linda Fox | April 7, 2021
Progress in facial recognition technology and reduced development costs are bringing seamless travel a step closer. Read More
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SITA cyber attack accesses passenger data for multiple airlines
By Mitra Sorrells | March 5, 2021
Singapore Airlines, Finnair and British Airways have acknowledged data from their frequent flyer programs was accessed in the attack. Read More
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Airline technology investments slumped in 2020
By Linda Fox | February 25, 2021
Airline and airport technology chiefs have had to reprioritize investment with self-service passenger options high on the agenda. Read More
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ATPCO buys SITA’s Airfare Insight fare management system
By Mitra Sorrells | January 19, 2021
In the coming months, ATPCO and SITA will work together to integrate the Airfare Insight system into ATPCO's new Architect pricing tool. Read More
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VIDEO: How digitization impacts costs, consistency and confidence in travel
By Mitra Sorrells | December 21, 2020
A panel discussion at The Phocuswright Conference on instilling confidence in travelers included executives from CitizenM, SITA and Beachy. Read More
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Six tech trends paving the way for transformation in aviation
By David Lavorel - SITA | December 16, 2020
Advances in technologies such as biometrics and blockchain are accelerating change in the aviation industry. Read More
Opinion | Technology
WTTC proposes best practices for biometric digital identities to speed recovery
By Mitra Sorrells | December 11, 2020
The report provides detailed steps to create and implement biometric-enabled digital identities that could be used to secure and expedite travel around the world. Read More
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VIDEO: How aviation can unravel itself from travel's deepest crisis
VIDEO: How aviation can unravel itself from travel's deepest crisis
By Kevin May | October 19, 2020
Speaking at Phocuswright Europe 2020, Sergio Colella (SITA) and Rafael Schvartzman (IATA) discuss shifting trends that they need to navigate quickly, new standards and technical... Read More
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SITA partners with French startup to help airlines with fuel sustainability
By Linda Fox | September 22, 2020
Safety Line provides technology to airlines and airports and can help carriers save fuel and reduce emissions during the three key phases of a flight: climb, cruise and descent. Read More
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Phocuswright Europe 2020 preview: Out of Office with... Sergio Colella
By PhocusWire | September 7, 2020
In a series of interviews with executives participating in the online event in September, PhocusWire finds out what they have learned from the COVID-19 crisis. Next up: SITA's Sergio Colella. Read More
Interview | Technology
Q&A: How border control technology could ease the spread of COVID-19
By Mitra Sorrells | August 17, 2020
SITA border management director Peter Sutcliffe explains how technology traditionally used to find criminals is being developed to stop the spread of COVID-19. Read More
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10 ways APIs can revolutionize aviation post-coronavirus
10 ways APIs can revolutionize aviation post-coronavirus
By Jonathan Weinberg | August 10, 2020
Here are 10 ways APIs could revolutionize how airports and airlines work together as well as with suppliers and passengers. Read More
Opinion | Technology
Touchless tech: Airports and airlines take steady steps to restore confidence in flying
By Linda Fox | August 4, 2020
Continuing our series on the new normal in the travel experience, PhocusWire looks at touchless tech initiatives in aviation. Read More
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VIDEO: New Reality With... Barbara Dalibard of SITA
VIDEO: New Reality With... Barbara Dalibard of SITA
By PhocusWire | July 23, 2020
The next guest on the New Reality With... series is Barbara Dalibard, CEO of SITA, one of the world's leading airline and airport technology providers. Read More
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How technology can help protect "travel bubbles" from popping
By Jeremy Springall - SITA | July 8, 2020
While "travel bubbles," which are formal agreements between governments allowing travelers to bypass quarantine measures, sound promising, they're also fraught with challenges. Read More
Opinion | Technology
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