TAV Airports’ unit TAV Technologies has wrapped up the initial phase of work to completely digitalise the operations of Samarkand International Airport (SKD) in Uzbekistan.

Air Marakanda serves as the operator of the recently revamped airport, which is expected to positively impact the country’s economic growth and create more jobs.

The latest move follows the launch of SKD’s newly expanded and redesigned modern terminal building in March.

This digitalisation includes the installation of TAV Technologies’ software and hardware solutions across all levels of the airport’s business.

The software solutions use artificial intelligence (AI)-driven algorithms to boost the productivity of the new airport resources.

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The Total Airport Management Suite (TAMS) from TAV will help SKD manage both land-side and air-side processes aligned with current systems.

It will control SLOT, ground handling, resource and flight management, as well as the flight information display.

Additionally, the TAV Technologies Passenger Flow Management module is said to smoothen the passenger journey.

Common Use Passenger Processing System (CUPPS) and Common Use Self Service (CUSS) solutions for passenger transactions are also included in the contract.

Air Marakanda CEO Gairat Neimatov stated: “We are delighted to take the final step to fully digitalise Samarkand International Airport’s operations, which will provide an unprecedented level of service in Uzbekistan’s aviation industry.

“The new phase of work follows the recent opening of the Airport’s new terminal.

“With its modern infrastructure, streamlined processes, and technology-enabled service offering, Samarkand International Airport is a new standard for travel to Uzbekistan’s most famous historic city.”

The service portfolio of TAV includes key international hubs in more than 15 countries, including Georgia, Qatar, Kazakhstan, Saudi Arabia and Turkey.

The company’s tools such as passport control booths for easy passenger access, air stairs, modern check-in desks and boarding gates, as well as E-gates for departing travellers, support seamless airport operations.