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Sita

princess abducted from her husband by the demon-king; she remains faithful throughout her captivity. [Indian Lit.: Ramayana]
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Using Sita's Airport Management Solution -- a suite of integrated software applications designed to effectively manage airport operations from the terminal to the airfield -- the airport is able to centrally manage everything from passenger processing, baggage handling to the real-time allocation of fundamental resources across the terminal.
SITA have long been our partner at Ben Gurion Airport and we have now extended that relationship to Ramon Airport.
Mama Sita would always cook native dishes for her Filipino and foreign guests during her frequent visits abroad.
Check out Kusina ni Mama Sita's boutique range at their kiosk in Greenhills Shopping Center, San Juan City, Metro Manila.
As the objector is neither a relative of Sita White nor that of her daughter's, his objections are based on frivolous grounds, argues PTI chief in his written reply
Initially, the SITA automated border control kiosks will be used to securely identify passengers as they enter the country.
Mama Sita's Heirloom Rice Champorado Kit comes in four variants, which differ only in the kind of heirloom rice used-Balatinaw, Ominio, Minaangan and Kalinga Jekot.
A new world of mixed reality is emerging and SITA Lab, the research arm of air transport IT provider SITA, is exploring its potential for airlines and airports.
SITA Connect, which will provide fast network connectivity for MEA and its 26
SITA sought a new approach to create the vast amounts of training materials required to support the Horizon development and release plan.
Mr Pizzi, commented: "SITA's focus on aviation and broad portfolio of IT solutions presents tremendous opportunity to help our customers manage the challenges posed by growing passenger loads, greater demand for mobile connectivity and increasing focus on safety and security.
The Sita Air Transport Community Foundation, initiated by the 34-member Sita Council, will work with charities to deliver educational programmes and technology to communities in need.