Azerbaijan looks to the future

Written by: Alwyn Brice |
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As one of the top five fastest growing global destinations for conducting business, Azerbaijan and its capital Baku are prioritising global connectivity.

Modern airport and airline infrastructure are a key part of this, enabling business travellers, as well as tourists, to visit the Central Asian country.

In line with this drive for global connectivity, Heydar Aliyev International airport in Baku has partnered with Amadeus to implement its core airport management systems; additionally, the national flag carrier Azerbaijan Airlines is implementing Amadeus Altéa Passenger Service Systems and Revenue Management solutions. This combination of Amadeus technology will bring great benefits to Azerbaijan’s airport and airline infrastructure.

With regards to Heydar Aliyev International airport, Amadeus’ airport IT technology will include all its core airport management systems such as an operational database, resource management and flight information display systems. The airport will also deploy its key passenger processing systems using Amadeus’ cloud-based Airport Common Use Service. The move represents the first time an airport has relied on the cloud to deliver all its core systems.


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