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Huawei and IATA partner to digitise airports of the future


Shenzhen's Huawei Technologies, the world's biggest telecom manufacturer, and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) have joined to digitise airports of the future, according to Shipping Gazette.
Through this programme, Huawei will use its advanced ICT (information and communication technologies) innovations and expertise to help develop airports, airlines and optimise air cargo operations.
IATA, a trade association of the world's airlines, will provide professional support to industry stakeholders with a wide range of products and expert services.
Customers include more than 15 global airports with more than 30 million annual passengers each. Through the IATA Strategic Partnerships Programme, Huawei will apply new ICT to boost digital transformation of the aviation industry.
Said IATA vice president Mark Hubble: "We are very happy to include Huawei in our growing family of strategic partners."
He said the IATA Strategic Partnerships Programme is open to companies that add value and bring benefits to the air transport industry directly and indirectly by means of their services, products and solutions.
Said Huawei transport chief Yuan Xilin: "Huawei is excited to join IATA's Strategic Partnerships Programme. IATA provides an invaluable platform for members to collaborate with other aviation leaders on areas of mutual concern."

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