Time flies at Hitit.  –  With a strong commitment to driving digital transformation in the aviation and travel industry and embedding digital agility in these industries, Hitit has quickly embraced the year 2024.

We are actively participating in global events to connect with aviation professionals, expand our Crane product range and empower it with new features. Our family is growing as we welcome new airlines from around the world. At the end of 2023, we reaffirmed our commitments to key Partners, renewed contracts, and secured agreements with major Partners. At the same time, as a publicly traded company, we have evolved with our investors  –  and demonstrated our solid financial position.

Before addressing the developments at Hitit, which we will detail below, let’s review how we entered 2024 in numbers: 
•    At the start of the year, Hitit was the chosen partner for IT infrastructure and digital transformation for 73 airline and travel industry players from 49 countries. 
•    Our departure control system product, Crane DCS, is now used by more than 700 airports worldwide. 
•    In 2023, passenger traffic through our systems increased by 42% year-on-year. With a global presence spanning six continents, Hitit is today the third largest PSS provider in the world.

The AJet project, which we contracted in 2023 and recently launched, boasts a highly significant feature. AJet is the world’s leading start-up airline in terms of passenger volume.  –  With a projected capacity to transport over 20 million passengers annually, AJet represents a pioneering venture in the global aviation landscape. It gives us great pleasure provide the level of technological support that we do, enabling AJet to achieve this remarkable milestone in the aviation industry.

As we embark on 2024, our 30th anniversary, we are thrilled to have taken such significant strides. We anticipate a highly successful and productive year ahead for the entire Hitit ecosystem. Let’s take a detailed look at the progress we’ve made since the last #HititTalks