How to use IT infrastructure to fuel airport growth
Network managers that oversee IT infra- structure and cable management have as their objective to turn the airport into the hub of choice for travellers and airlines. In this paper, we’ll examine the role of technology in driving airport growth from their perspective…
Network managers hold the key to enabling airports to thrive in the evolving air transportation market. When they deliver best-in-class IT services, they support sustainable revenue growth.
Being the hub of choice matters. It enables the airport to attract more airlines, travellers and vendors, which contributes to top line revenue growth. More funds are then available for discretionary spending, which the airport can use for improvement projects. Investing in the airport is necessary to succeed in today’s ultra-competitive marketplace, both for large hubs and smaller airports. Today’s savvy travellers have high expectations. If the airport doesn’t meet the demands of travellers and the airlines that serve them, both will choose different hubs.
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