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SITA announces acquisition of delair Air Traffic Systems

Posted: 27 July 2015 | Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review

SITA has announced the acquisition of Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) provider delair Air Traffic Systems. SITA, the air transport communications and IT solutions provider has strengthened its position in the Airport Management Systems (AMS) market by acquiring German based delair Air Traffic Systems. delair’s A-CDM product, currently used by 150 airports in 48 countries, […]

SITA announces acquisition of delair Air Traffic Systems

SITA has announced the acquisition of Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) provider delair Air Traffic Systems.

SITA announces acquisition of delair Air Traffic Systems

SITA, the air transport communications and IT solutions provider has strengthened its position in the Airport Management Systems (AMS) market by acquiring German based delair Air Traffic Systems.

delair’s A-CDM product, currently used by 150 airports in 48 countries, will allow SITA to develop its Airport Management solution by additional functionalities including departure sequencing, de-icing and performance management. According to SITA ‘the addition of delair’s solutions both complements and extends SITA’s overall airport offering and increases SITA’s ability to provide airport solutions that balance operational efficiencies with business results.’

Francesco Violante, CEO of SITA, said: “The addition of delair’s depth of airport A-CDM expertise will provide SITA’s customers with an even stronger comprehensive Airport Management solution resulting in greater control of their operations, simplifying complexity and improving profitability. This acquisition will further bolster SITA’s position as the number one airport ICT provider, with presence in 1,000+ airports around the world.”

Dietmar Dippe, General Manager of delair, added: “The technical capabilities we have built at delair over the past 18 years complement SITA’s global reach in the airport sector and we look forward to becoming part of the SITA success story.”

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