Taipei CUTE Airline Club invests in IT.
The Taipei CUTE (Common Use Terminal Equipment) Airline Club at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is investing USD18m in IT over seven years as it migrates to SITA's AirportConnect CUTE platform for departure control, passenger boarding and resource management.
Taipei is reportedly the first airport in North Asia to adopt AirportConnect CUTE, which enables airlines and handling agents to access their own systems from workstations and printers shared by all users. It will also allow the airport to align with IATA's requirements such as the 2D bar code and RFID-enabled printers.
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|Date:||Feb 6, 2007|
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