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TAV IT under way in Saudi Arabia

Posted 5 October 2016 · Add Comment

Providing service at 31 airports across three continents with airport IT solutions, TAV Information Technologies (IT) deputy general manager Cem Aslantas delivered the opening speech at Airport Modernization Summit held in Riyadh, the capital city of Saudi Arabia.

 

Having become one of the leading global brands specialized in airport IT solutions, TAV IT, a subsidiary of TAV Airports, made a presentation called 'Increasing Operational Efficiency with IT Solutions and Operational Optimization' at the "Airport Modernization Summit" organized in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. During the two-day summit, TAV IT stand was visited by Prince Dr. Abdulaziz Bin Nasser Al Saud.

TAV IT general manager & TAV Airports Holding CIO Binnur Güleryüz Onaran added: “Strengthened by its know-how in airport IT solutions and professional staff, today, TAV IT positioned itself at 31 airports across three continents and continues to carry out projects at various locations worldwide. Middle East and Saudi Arabia in particular are significant geographies where TAV IT has already achieved many projects and was awarded various investments in terms of aviation industry. Up until this day, TAV IT has created many successful airport IT solutions in Medina and Riyadh; therefore TAV IT is proud to be the main sponsor of the event in collaboration with the host, GACA, and share its experiences". 

TAV IT completed the IT projects of Riyadh, Dammam and Madinah airports in Saudi Arabia.

 

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