Deals and M&As this week: Telos, SITA, Michael Baker

30 March 2018 (Last Updated March 29th, 2018 11:22)

Telos Identity Management Solutions (Telos ID) has been awarded a contract by Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) to deploy its Designated Aviation Channelling (DAC) services at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in the US.

Telos Identity Management Solutions (Telos ID) has been awarded a contract by Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) to deploy its Designated Aviation Channelling (DAC) services at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in the US.

The modular, web-based DAC solution will enable the worker background check process at LAX, enhancing security standards.

SITA has agreed to install the BagManager baggage management solution at Indian airports as part of an expanded agreement with the Airports Authority of India (AAI).

BagManager will be deployed at 15 airports operated by AAI to provide real-time tracking of passenger baggage.

The company will also install the SITA Airport Management Solution at Goa and Lucknow airports as part of the expanded agreement.

“US-based company Aerline Holdings Inc intends to sell its subsidiary XTRA Airways by April.”

Michael Baker International has been awarded a contract to provide aviation engineering services for the new Livingston Executive Airport in Livingston, Louisiana, US over a five-year period.

The company will design and develop a 5,000ft-long runway, a fuel station, a flight service station and hangars at the airport.

Michael Baker will also design the airfield at the proposed general aviation airport, covering 242 acres of land.

China-based Juneyao Airlines Co Ltd has signed a codeshare agreement with EVA Airways Corporation.

Pursuant to the agreement, both the airlines will place their codes on each other’s flights to allow their customers to choose from services operating between Shanghai Pudong and Taipei Taoyuan, as well as Shanghai Pudong and Kaohsiung.

The deal will provide Juneyao with access to routes across the Taiwan Straits from March

US-based company Aerline Holdings Inc intends to sell its subsidiary XTRA Airways by April.

Headquartered in Florida, US, XTRA Airways is engaged in providing air travel services throughout the US.

Air transportations services provider Qatar Airways has announced its plans to acquire 25% stake in PJSC Vnukovo Airport in Moscow, Russia.

The acquisition is expected to be completed before the end of May.