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The Multi-modal Internatio­nal Cargo Hub and Airport at Nagpur (MIHAN) will implement common use passenger processing solutions for check-in, boarding and baggage tracking from SITA. The Common Use Terminal Equipment (CUTE) and Common Use Self Service (CUSS) allows any check-in desk, kiosk or gate position to be utilised by agents of any airline, leading to a more efficient use of terminal space and equipment. VS Mulekar, Senior Airport Director, MIHAN Airport said “MIHAN is the single biggest publicly-funded developmen­t project in India. It is essential we have the right technologi­es in place to make sure the airport’s operations are highly efficient and that they are future-proofed for growth. SITA’s technology has proven successful in other airports in India and across the world and I have no doubt it will ably support MIHAN’s requiremen­ts.” The MIHAN project is attempting to convert the current Nagpur airport into a major cargo hub with integrated road and rail connectivi­ty.

Maneesh Jaikrishna, SITA Vice President Indian Subcontine­nt, Eastern & Southern Africa said “SITA’s solutions will allow the airport to cater to increasing traffic without having to invest in additional infrastruc­ture. They will be able to provide best-in-class facilities for airlines and passengers alike. This is part of our commitment to making India not only one of the biggest aviation markets, but increasing­ly more efficient and passenger friendly.”

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