Afroport rolls out Amadeus Flow to modernise Africa’s airports

Written by: Samantha Payne |
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Afroport is rolling out Amadeus Flow, a cloud-based platform for delivering passenger services across Africa's airports.

Amadeus Flow was installed at Nouakchott-Oumtounsy International Airport in Mauritania during the pandemic.

It was the first Afroport airport to move to a new generation of cloud technology from Amadeus.

Passenger numbers at Nouakchott have reached 90% of 2019 levels, with travellers and airlines now benefiting from the major technology modernisation.

New cloud solutions assist ground handlers in providing a consistent service at key passenger touchpoints, and can more cost-effectively track and manage passenger bags.

Vincent Dennehy, CEO, Afroport says: “With Amadeus Flow, even a small, remote, African airport can benefit from the most advanced technology, which is reliable, continually updated and easy to deploy.”



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