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TAV Technologies Grows in the South American Market

Issue 24 - 2024
TAV Technologies Grows in the South American Market

TAV Technologies, one of Turkey's leading technology companies, started to provide services at five airports in Santiago, Chile and Panama. The global operation network of the company, which specialises in aviation IT solutions, has exceeded 20 countries and reached more than 50 airports. 

TAV Technologies, the subsidiary of TAV Airports specialising in airport IT solutions, is expanding its portfolio in the South American market. 

TAV Technologies started to provide services at Santiago, the capital airport of Chile, and Tocumen, Pacifico, Enrique Adolfo Jimenez, Scarlett Martinez and Enrique Malek airports in Panama. 

The signing ceremony organised in Chile was attended by Nicolas Claude, Chief Executive Officer of Nuevo Pudahuel, the operator of Santiago Airport, and Franck Mereyde, Managing Director and Senior Management Committee Chairman of TAV Airports.  

Kerem Öztürk, Chief Executive Officer of TAV Technologies, said: "The products and services we have developed entirely with our own resources are preferred by airport operators around the world. We support the digitalisation journey of airports with our experience. The solutions we develop focus on operational efficiency and passenger satisfaction. We are pleased to add airports in Chile and Panama to our portfolio."

Nicolas Claude, Chief Executive Officer of Santiago Nuevo Pudahuel, said: "With this agreement, we are introducing new technologies to improve our operations and provide better service to our airlines and passengers."

A certified R&D centre of the Ministry of Industry and Technology, TAV Technologies has more than 40 software developed with its own resources.  

The company will commission resource management, instant data sharing, airport operation database, slot coordination software for traffic management and integrated accounting application at Santigao Airport in Chile. Operation information systems, joint decision-making application and passenger data processing systems will also be used at airports in Panama.    

Arturo Benitez Airport, the gateway of Santiago, the capital of Chile, served 23 million passengers last year. Tocumen Airport, which serves the capital Panama City, is the busiest centre in Central America and hosted 18 million passengers last year.


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