SITA signed a multimillion-dollar deal to handle passenger processing for 55 international airlines flying into Beijing Capital International. "The joint managed IT services business model which SITA and BCIA are implementing will keep costs down for the airlines and help to develop and expand their presence in China," SITA CEO Francesco Violante said. Beijing was the world's third-busiest airport in 2009, according to Airports Council International, with 65.3 million ...

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