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Sita is the Nepalese Princess of Janakpurdham in Mithila, Nepal, one of the National heroes of Nepal and mainly a wife of Indian Prince Rama in the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana. Sita, Seeta, Seetha, or SITA may also refer to: Wikipedia

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Sita is the Nepalese Princess of Janakpurdham in Mithila, Nepal, one of the National heroes of Nepal and mainly a wife of Indian Prince Rama in the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana. Sita, Seeta, Seetha, or SITA may also refer to: Wikipedia

  • Happy New Year from your friends at SITA!
  • How Biometrics, Bots & Apps Improve Passenger Experience | BW Hotelier looks at the role technology will play in improving the #PaxEx with SITAs Maneesh Jaikrishna http://ow.ly/YA8J30hs6YK
  • Over this festive season we would like to reflect on the work done by the SITA Air Transport Community Foundation. The foundation has had a successful year in 2017 with their projects in Ethiopia, Uganda, Zambia, South Africa and Zimbabwe. Across these countries over 20,000 students have been positively impacted and well over 230 teachers trained, 63 computer labs equipped and 13 brand new labs built from scratch. What is most encouraging to see is that within these projects the local beneficiaries are sharing their knowledge within their communities, exponentially growing the impact.
  • Its 20 years since SITA introduced its first self-service kiosk. More than 12,000 are now installed around the world. Passengers can now use them for everything from check-in and self bag-tagging to border control. Read more about them in the #SITAReview http://ow.ly/dQvJ30fS9v4

Happy New Year from your friends at SITA!

How Biometrics, Bots & Apps Improve Passenger Experience | BW Hotelier looks at the role technology will play in improving the #PaxEx with SITAs Maneesh Jaikrishna http://ow.ly/YA8J30hs6YK

Over this festive season we would like to reflect on the work done by the SITA Air Transport Community Foundation. The foundation has had a successful year in 2017 with their projects in Ethiopia, Uganda, Zambia, South Africa and Zimbabwe. Across these countries over 20,000 students have been positively impacted and well over 230 teachers trained, 63 computer labs equipped and 13 brand new labs built from scratch. What is most encouraging to see is that within these projects the local beneficiaries are sharing their knowledge within their communities, exponentially growing the impact.

Its 20 years since SITA introduced its first self-service kiosk. More than 12,000 are now installed around the world. Passengers can now use them for everything from check-in and self bag-tagging to border control. Read more about them in the #SITAReview http://ow.ly/dQvJ30fS9v4

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