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Airports are spending a larger slice of their revenues on technology as they look to improve the passenger experience and meet the expected demand for air travel. Airport IT spending has grown at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12% since 2010 this major study from SITA reveals. Access >>>
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- IT spending is outstripping revenue growth
- Improving passenger experience is the most important driver of IT investment
- Airports are extending self-service. Kiosks are a critical enabler
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