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SITAONAIR eager to work with rivals to remove pain points for airlines

The subsidiary of SITA, itself owned by the air transport industry, also tells Runway Girl Network that airlines with multiple connectivity providers want competitors to work together to remove the pain points created by diverse offerings. It feels well-positioned to collaborate with competitors, and ultimately with bigger players should the likes of Google and Amazon enter the space.

– Runway Girl Network

AIX: Taqnia Space teams up with SITAONAIR to launch new satellite connectivity service

The UON service was developed in collaboration with satellite operator Eutelsat, with SITAONAIR taking on the role of consultant and technology supplier.

– Flight Global

SITAONAIR’s Katrina Korzenowski sees big opportunities in Asia-Pacific

Having spent over 11 years as an executive at multinational IT company SITA, and now serving as SITAONAIR VP, Asia-Pacific, Katrina Korzenowski is certainly no novice to the world of aviation technology.

– Runway Girl Network

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