Kazakhstan’s Aktobe International Airport turns to TAV Technologies
TAV Technologies’ list of customers in Central Asia continues to grow with the announcement that Aktobe International Airport in Kazakhstan has become the latest gateway to use its Common Use Passenger System (CUPPS).
The TAV Airports subsidiary, which also counts Almaty and Samarkand airports as customers, is confident that the Kazakh gateway will benefit from its scalable platform that can work at numerous workstations, providing multi-airport, multi-airline, and multi-ground handler support.
It will also allow passenger processes such as check-in and boarding to be automated through industry-standard technologies.
TAV Technologies’ general manager, M Kerem Öztürk, said: “We feel enthusiastic about demonstrating our technology expertise to a wider audience within new airports around the globe.
“Our appetite for innovation encourages us to offer solutions to new customers, focus on digitalisation, and enhance passenger satisfaction. We are proud to partner with Aktobe International Airport to provide our state-pf-the-art technology.”
While Aktobe International Airport’s chairman of the management board, Dastan Maliyev, stated: “CUPPS is a highly customisable solution to reveal the critical passenger flow data at all passenger transaction points. The system strengthened our digital infrastructure to offer better services for passengers and elevate operational quality.”
A connection point between Asia and Europe, local government owned Aktobe International Airport serves the industrial region in the western part of the country, with large-scale oil and gas, mining and other major projects.
A total of 15 destinations are currently passenger served from Aktobe to Nur – Sultan, Almaty, Aktau, Atyrau, Turkestan, Uralsk, Tbilisi, Istanbul, Antalya, Sharm El–Sheikh, Moscow, Kazan, Baku, Phuket, Dubai.