News / Distribution
SiteMinder boosts hotel direct bookings via partner plug-ins
By Linda Fox | October 5, 2021
SiteMinder is adding plug-in apps from partners - such as Sojern, HiJiffy, Laasie and The Hotels Network - to its booking engine. Read More
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SITA claims automation will be the only way to tackle aviation's recovery challenge
By Linda Fox | July 5, 2021
In addition to managing health requirements, airlines and airports need automation to improve the passenger experience and increase efficiency. Read More
VIDEO: System security in travel is a constant battle
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VIDEO: System security in travel is a constant battle
By PhocusWire | June 11, 2021
We speak to Raullen Chai, CEO of IoTex, about travel system breaches and what the industry can do to spot attacks and react to them quickly. Read More
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Aruba tests blockchain-enabled COVID credential app
By Mitra Sorrells | May 5, 2021
The Aruba Health App, developed by SITA and, aims to preserve traveler privacy and eliminate fraud. Read More
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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
Opinion / Technology
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
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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
VIDEO: How aviation can unravel itself from travel's deepest crisis
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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
Interview / Technology
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
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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