Seychelles International Becomes State-Of-The-Art

Seychelle International Becomes State-Of-The-Art

Air Seychelles has introduced SITA’s progressive common-use passenger processing systems at their international airport.

Set to ensure a smooth travel experience every step of the way, this upgraded technology for the Seychelles national airline is being performed in partnership with the Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority and global technology provider to the air transport industry, SITA. The new systems will optimise the use of terminal facilities, speed up the flow of passengers and improve service levels for all international travellers flying from Seychelles International Airport. Roy Kinnear, CEO of Air Seychelles, said: “The new common-use terminal equipment will enable Air Seychelles to connect to various Departure Control Systems used by other airlines operating to Seychelles, providing more flexibility to our ground handling operations.”

“Even more importantly,” he adds, “it will enable us to streamline the check-in and boarding process for all the international travellers that are handled at Seychelles International Airport, making sure they have a smooth experience. This development from SITA follows the long list of innovative technological solutions which we have implemented to ensure an improved guest experience.”

Gilbert Faure, CEO of the Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority, said: “Introducing cutting-edge CUPPS infrastructure at Seychelles International Airport puts us on par with some of the most modern airports in the world. We have developed a strong relationship with both Air Seychelles and SITA and are pleased to have worked together to install this new technology.”

Maneesh Jaikrishna, Vice President Indian Subcontinent, Eastern & Southern Africa said: “Our common-use systems bring new efficiencies to Seychelles International Airport for both Air Seychelles and other operators. This in turn will have a dramatic impact on passengers who will benefit from a smooth and seamless travel experience.”

Source and image: Air Seychelles