IBS Software (IBS) has agreed to offer its passenger service system (PSS) to TruJet, a regional airline service provider based in India.
TruJet will utilise the Cloud-based iFly Res solution for effective handling of inventory, fares, and ticketing.
The solution facilitates online and counter check-in at regional airports through its internet-based booking engine.
TruJet can easily partner with other airlines for code-sharing and goods distribution through the passenger service system.
Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has agreed to provide a $40.4m loan to the Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA) in Barbados.
The loan will be used to modernise existing infrastructure such as airside pavements, car parks, and roads and construct a new apron.
Modernisation work will be carried out under the Grantley Adams International Airport Pavement Rehabilitation and Expansion Project.
The project aims to reduce energy consumption and enhance the institutional capacity of the airport.
Scheduled to be completed within 26 months, the modernisation will be carried out by the engineering department of the airport.
Brussels South Charleroi Airport (BSCA) intends to deploy Internet of Things technology in collaboration with Telenet Group to offer an enriched travel experience to passengers.
The partnership supports the BSCA’s aim to become a fully digital airport.
It will work on the optimisation of operations at the airport by setting up smart parking areas, offering improved wireless connectivity to passengers, and analysing visitor location data.
Density enhancement of the Wi-Fi network at the airport and collection of visitor location data will also be performed by Telenet.