SITA said Malaysia Airlines selected its in-house reservations system as part of a $130 million improvement program. Ten-year deal includes e-ticketing and departure control system upgrades allowing for self-service options including kiosk and Web check-in. Separately, SITA reached a deal with Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport Computer Informatics Service Center to offer its AirportConnect Open common-use check-in systems and baggage management solutions to regional hubs in China.
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