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IBM BlueSky For The Prague Airport

Airport Ruzyně
Airport Ruzyně

In the middle of March 2009 IBM signed a contract with Czech company Letiště Praha, operating Prague International Airport, for implementation and four-year services of a smart solution named BlueSky, which is designed to automate many business processes. Using this hi-tech system Ruzyně management and employees will be able to improve the way corporate data are collected and analyzed which provides a capability of calculating airport fees and handling charges more efficiently and cost effectively.

According to Vladimír Mekota, Ruzyně’s Executive Director of ICT & Central Project Office, last year the Prague International served more than 12.6 mln passengers and this year this number will likely increase. Better performance of all airport departments and flexible and scalable support of ICT services are the prerequisites of achieving this aim. "The cooperation with IBM will enable us to increase airport operational efficiency and will provide quick access to important data in a real time," said Mr. Mekota.

IBM BlueSky is designed to automatically capture data and generate reports needed for calculation of airport’s services billing charges including parking, landing, level of noise, airport usage by travelers, airport provisioning, resources for individual flights and special handling services. "IBM BlueSky is an integrated, intelligent system providing the flexibility to adapt to the changing needs of airports and their customers," informed Vladek Slezingr, Global Business Services Leader IBM Czech Republic. This solution has been successfully implemented and seamlessly used since then in many international airports worldwide.

Photo: Airport Ruzyně, by Hynek Moravec (

Date: 09/04/2009

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