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Forecast on main data of China's air transport industry for 2015-2018.
The strategic agreement between OBS and SITA builds upon a long-standing relationship between the two companies, aimed at broadening their respective offerings and establishing innovating communication services for airlines, airports and other participants in the air transport industry.
Francesco Violante, SITACOs Chief Executive officer, said: C[pounds sterling]The air transport industry needs to embrace these Cydisruptive technologiesCO.
Under the banner of 'Transform 2006' SITA has outlined four key objectives that will dramatically change its relationship with the air transport industry.
BRUSSELS -- SITA, the air transport industry IT specialist, and Orange Business Services, the leading global integrated communications service provider for businesses, have agreed to jointly build a global, high performance, managed cloud computing infrastructure.
Francesco Violante, CEO, SITA, said: Our announcement today marks a significant milestone for both SITA and the air transport industry.
I am confident the AGM in Miami will be a huge success and an opportunity for air transport industry leaders to share their vision for the future of commercial aviation while drawing lessons from this diverse part of the world.
I am convinced that the continues contribution and cooperation extended by the DCAA, Emirates airline, flydubai and Dubai Airports to the civil aviation industry will undoubtedly enable the sustainability of the air transport industry globally," Shaikh Ahmed said in an emailed statement to Khaleej Times.
The air transport industry is truly unique and has very special needs.
Francesco Violante, SITA's Chief Executive officer, said: "The air transport industry needs to embrace these 'disruptive technologies'.
The IATA Strategic Partnerships programme is the primary vehicle through which suppliers and service providers to the air transport industry interact with IATA and its member airlines in the development of industry solutions and their implementation.
The Canadian government has asked its air transport industry to evaluate plans to liberalize international agreements on air travel.
The world's air transport industry can now depend on the most secure e-business environment, following the accreditation of SITA as a Certification Authority by auditors Deloitte & Touche.
Three million jobs are expected to be created around the world by the air transport industry.
Airlines, airports and every aspect of the air transport industry today benefit directly from the telecommunications and information technology services provided to them by SITA.
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