Airports Authority signs software contract with Dutch firm

By Sami Zaptia.


The Libyan Airports Authority says that it has signed a contract with Dutch software company Travsys to provide services to all its airports (Photo: Libyan Airports Authority).

London, 5 November 2016:

Libya’s Airports Authority announced that it had signed a contract with Dutch firm Travsys software solutions to provide services to all of Libya’s airports.

The contract entails the supply of passenger handling applications, departure control systems for optimal passenger management flow, web based reservation systems and airline connectivity solutions. Travsys will also provide training, routine maintenance and spare parts.

Travsys will initially supply seven airports in the first six months: Mitiga, Labraq, Misrata, Tobruk, Ghat, Taminhint and Zuara. Thes rest of Libya’s airports would be completed within the next six months, subject to security conditions.

Libya Herald contacted Travsys for further information about the contract, but the company did not respond by time of publication.

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