TAV Technologies Expands Operations in Chile

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The capital of Chile is Ready for Air Travel with State-of-the-art Airport Technologies


Expanding its presence and business operations in South America marks a significant milestone for TAV Technologies, showcasing its modern product portfolio encompassing airport operations, passenger processing, and digital solutions. Leveraging its expertise in airport management, TAV Technologies will implement new system installations at Santiago International Airport Arturo Merino Benítez.

This strategic move demonstrates TAV Technologies' commitment to advancing airport technology and enhancing operational efficiency, further scaling up its position as a leader in innovative solutions for the aviation industry in the region.

During the signing ceremony, Franck Mereyde, Chairman of the Executive Committee & Executive of the Board of Directors at TAV Airports, shared the following thoughts: "It is truly gratifying to see our group company, TAV Technologies, evolve into a firm that exports technology worldwide.”

TAV Technologies General Manager M. Kerem Öztürk expressed his excitement about this new partnership in Chile, highlighting the company's target to expand globally while emphasizing the importance of customer satisfaction. "As we continue to grow internationally, we understand the critical reliance our valued customers place on our support and technical expertise" stated Öztürk.

TAV Technologies is ready to implement advanced systems at Santiago International Airport Arturo Merino Benítez to enhance operations and passenger experience. These include an Airport Operational Database (AODB) for data integration, an Information Broker system for real-time data exchange, a Resource Management System for efficient resource allocation, a Slot Coordination & Management System for optimized traffic flow, and a Billing System for transparent financial management.

Nicolas Claude, Nuevo Pudahuel CEO said: “Through this contract, we are incorporating new technologies that will allow us improve our operation and provide a better service to the airlines and an improved experience to our passengers"