Brisbane airport extends technology partnership with SITA

Written by: Felicity Stredder |
Brisbane airport
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As the third busiest airport in Australia continues its growth and transformation plans, this new agreement will see SITA develop the technology it provides for passenger, baggage and airport services.

The five-year agreement continues the airport’s close partnership with SITA is the continuation of a partnership which has been in place for more than 20 years.

The SITA technology already in use includes SITA AirportConnect®Open, its common-use platform, Australia’s first self-service bag drop and the first introduction of biometric technology, SITA Smart Path, which offers secure, seamless travel through the airport.

Stephen Goodwin, General Manager Operations, Brisbane airport, said: “BAC has chosen SITA as an ongoing partner because they share our values around collaboration, innovation and a focus on the customer. This focus will help us with our overarching gateway strategy and help us to continually improve as we focus on becoming a world class airport.”

Sumesh Patel, SITA President, APAC, said: "We are looking forward to continue to address the airport’s challenges and meet its evolving needs as it continues its 3.4 billion-dollar transformation over the next few years.”


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