Pristina International Airport in Kosovo has implemented Spanish IT company Amadeus’ Altéa Ground Handler Departure Control solution (DCS), and Cloud-based Baggage Reconciliation System (BRS).
The airport has improved interoperability and reduced processing costs by 20% since implementing Amadeus’ technology.
Limak Kosovo International Airport JSC chief operating officer Gökmen Aritay said: “As we continue to grow our passenger numbers, open new routes and attract airlines, it is vital that we operate a cost-efficient, agile and reliable operations, underpinned by a fully integrated suite of solutions.
“That is why we have chosen both the Amadeus Altéa Ground Handler Departure Control and Amadeus BRS solutions. Working with Amadeus supports us in our mission to provide a sustainable, safe and secure environment and to increase the service level quality for our customers continuously.”
Pristina International Airport welcomes nearly two million travellers per annum. The airport developed its infrastructure and extended its route network due to an increase in-flight numbers.
Following the deployment of Amadeus Altéa DCS, the airport could improve its operational agility and also reduced its costs associated with check-in and airline weight and balance activities.
The Amadeus BRS solution will enable the airport to comply with IATA’s Resolution 753, which came into force last month.
Amadeus Airport IT EMEA head Yannick Beunardeau said: “We are thrilled that one of the most successful and innovative airports in the Balkans, known for its operational excellence and commitment to customer services, has adopted solutions which are further enhancing the quality and efficiency of core airport operations.”