Andrew O'Connor | SITA

VP Portfolio Management, SITA
Andrew O'Connor

Andrew has worked in the air transport industry technology sector since graduating from university in 1988 with a degree in Electronics and Information Engineering. In his early career he was an Electronic Design Engineer before migrating to Software Design and Development in the 1990s. Since the early 2000s he has progressed to more business-oriented roles.

Andrew joined SITA in 2010, based in London. Since then he has held several roles, having initially been responsible for SITA’s Common-Use solutions (CUTE/CUSS/CUPPS). Following this, Andrew took on responsibility for a wider set of SITA’s Airport Portfolio, and then SITA’s Airline and Border Management (Government) offerings. Today, Andrew runs a group responsible for Portfolio Innovation, growing SITA’s participation in new areas as well as focusing on partnerships and acquisition opportunities.

Andrew has participated in many industry bodies and think tanks and has been a regular speaker at industry events and conferences. He is passionate about the aviation industry and has acquired a wealth of domain knowledge throughout his career.

Últimas publicaciones del blog

Taking the steps now towards mobile and low-touch air travel

Published on  07 July 2020 06:11  by Andrew O'Connor

How can we rethink operations and remodel processes to restore passenger trust and build the airport experience of the future?

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Tecnología de transporte aéreo: para adoptar la «nueva normalidad»

Published on  18 May 2020 06:23  by Andrew O'Connor

¿Cómo podemos comenzar a generar la colaboración esencial que permita crear una industria del transporte aéreo más ágil, segura e inteligente para restablecer la confianza de los pasajeros?

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Eliminación del aislamiento: la única forma de hacer un verdadero cambio positivo en los viajes aéreos

Published on  22 August 2019 07:00  by Andrew O'Connor

Se volvió por demás evidente que solo trabajando aún más estrechamente unidos podremos aumentar la eficiencia y rediseñar los procesos y las prácticas de la industria.  

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