AirIT Awarded $14 Million, Seven Year Contract at Miami International Airport

AirIT Awarded $14 Million, Seven Year Contract To Upgrade And Support Several Of Miami International Airport’s Operational And Financial Management Systems.


AirIT, the leading provider of innovative information technology products and services to the air transportation industry, today announced it has been awarded a contract valued at more than $14 million by Miami International Airport (MIA). The seven year engagement will include upgrading and supporting a myriad of operational and financial systems, including the Airport Operational Database (AODB), Resource Management System (RMS), Flight Information Display System (FIDS), Dynamic Signage System, Visual Paging System (VPS), Aerial View Display (AVD), Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), and the PROPworks™ Property and Revenue Management System. In addition to the core systems, the contract will cover the support and maintenance of more than twenty disparate interfaces, including PeopleSoft, Baggage Handling Systems, Baggage Input Consoles, Telephone Information System, Emergency Messaging, Advertising Displays, Enterprise Reporting System, Paging and Cable TV Systems, and SITA’s legacy common use system, among others. 

Miami International Airport Division Director of Information Systems, Maurice Jenkins, states, “We have a tremendous amount of confidence in AirIT’s ability to deliver on all of the key elements of this contract. Their industry-leading solutions have helped MIA meet and exceed its goals of increasing efficiency and providing a first-rate passenger experience. We look forward to working with AirIT over the next seven years to continue to make this airport a leader in the industry.”

Adds AirIT CEO, Betros Wakim, “We are proud to count Miami International Airport as one of our many satisfied customers, and we understand the importance and criticality our systems play in Miami’s success. We are truly excited to provide and support the technology backbone of the airport’s operations, from facility allocation and scheduling to real-time resource-based billing. We consider Miami to be a partner and we look forward to meeting their challenges and exceeding their expectations.”

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