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AIR TRANSPORT INDUSTRY INSIGHTS
SITA INSIGHT
THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 20152
FOREWORD
We have become used to a more personalized
experience from interactions in our digital lives.
Results from this year’s Airline IT Trends Survey, conducted
in association with Airline Business, indicate airlines are
shifting from the one-size-fits-all use of IT towards a more
tailored approach.
The perfect technology combination of mobile, big data
analytics, and proximity sensing is enabling airlines to offer
passengers better end-to-end travel experiences with more
relevant choices and information.
Passengers have a strong appetite to use their own connected
technologies throughout the journey and never more so than
on-board the aircraft. Airlines are satisfying this demand in
increasing numbers, as well as equipping cabin staff with
both tablets and the data to provide made-to-measure service
to passengers as they fly.
The Internet of Things promises to propel this forward. Over
the next three years, the majority of airlines expect clear
benefits from the connectivity of physical assets, but also
people and staff through their mobile devices.
Innovative airlines gather immense data to measure, manage
and improve pain points across the journey from security and
immigration checkpoints, to delivering bags efficiently.
So expect personalization to more and more define the
future of our industry. The key is to offer personalization
to passengers in a simple way that amazes rather than
frustrates them.
As always, we truly appreciate the time and effort our
respondents put into participating in this survey and ask for
their continued support. It provides a vital perspective, which
when coupled with our sister surveys on the technology
trends of airports and passengers, gives a unique 360 degree
view on how IT is shaping the way people fly.
For more information on all our surveys and accompanying
features and analysis, visit www.sita.aero/surveys.
Francesco Violante
CEO, SITA
Max Kingsley-Jones
Editor, Airline Business
3THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 2015
CONTENTS
MAJOR IT SPEND OUTSIDE CIO BUDGETS	 4
	 Where did the money go?	 5
	 Less than 40% of airlines expecting budget increases	 5
INVESTING FOR SATISFIED PASSENGERS	 6
	 Tailor my trip	 6
	 Ease my anxiety	 7
	 Keep me posted	 8
EMPOWERING STAFF	 9
NEW TECH ON THE WAY	 10
METHODOLOGY	11
	 About SITA’s Airline Survey	 11
	 Respondents profile	 11
THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 20154
MAJOR IT SPEND OUTSIDE
CIO BUDGETS
With rising revenues, profits and passenger
numbers the airline industry was in fairly good
shape in 2014 and as a share of revenues,
Airlines reported a global average actual
operating IT spend of 1.7% for the year.
But CIOs are not the only people within airlines spending
on communications and IT. This year, for the first time, we
investigated the level of airline IT spend that is managed
outside of the CIO’s budget and there is compelling evidence
that other areas of the airline operation are investing in IT to
improve processes and gain efficiencies.
In total, including IT spend inside and outside CIO budgets,
2.8% of revenue was spent on IT in 2014 of which 1.1%
was capital expenditure. As a global average, our survey
indicates around 39% of IT spend is not controlled by the
CIO. This indicates the increasing reliance on IT across the
business as power and responsibility to invest in technology
and communications is devolved away from central IT
departments into the business.
One contrasting item which is usually seen as being
managed outside of the IT department is GDS fees. While
the majority of airlines report this is the case, still over
one third of airlines (37%) say these are a part of the CIO’s
budget (totally or partially). Business support services (65%),
functional helpdesk (61%) and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)
applications (54%) are typically funded within.
39%OF 2014 IT SPEND WAS OUTSIDE THE
CIO’S BUDGET
63.3%
8.1%
27.3%64.6%
GDS fees
Completely outside
CIO budget
20.5%
16.2%
Business support services
Partially outside
CIO budget
Completely within
CIO budget
$
Significant GDS fee spend within CIO budgets
5THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 2015
WHERE DID THE MONEY GO?
In 2014, the largest proportion of operating IT spend (42%)
was allocated to the internal IT department, while 36% was
typically spent on outsourced services. The remaining 22%
was dedicated to external contractors.
Interestingly, low cost airlines on average had a much lower
internal IT spend (37%) than full service carriers (43%),
preferring instead to use external contractors or outsourcing
deals to convert capital investment into operating expenses
that can be managed more in line with business activity.
Just over two-thirds of expenditure (68%) in 2014 was used
for service continuity with maintenance making up the
greatest proportion. The remaining 32% of IT budgets was
dedicated to innovation and enhancing existing investments,
split almost equally between software development (17%) and
new deployments (15%).
LESS THAN 40% OF AIRLINES EXPECT
BUDGET INCREASES
CIOs are cautious about 2016 with 39% expecting the same
budget and 22% planning on a decrease. The remaining 39%
are predicting an increase. The need to compete by using
new technologies appears to be driving some of the increase,
particularly in the passenger area with mobile and tablet
applications.
Low cost airlines, who typically spend less on IT than full
service carriers, are particularly positive with 85% expecting
an increase in their operating IT budgets compared to only
35% for full service carriers.
It is a similar story with capital IT budgets. Low cost carriers
are more confident with 66% of respondents expecting an
increase, in contrast to 35% of full service carriers.
28.0%
15.2%
17.3%
12.3%
10.6%
16.6%
Maintenance
Telecommunications/Network
Data Center
Devices
Software development
New deployments
Innovation /enriching assets
31.8%
% split of IT&T spend
Service continuity
68.2%
Almost a third of IT spend is on innovation
THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 20156
It’s an app world
Smartphone apps will offer personalized options before and
during travel.
Flight discovery is already a well established mobile-based
service, but information updates relating to baggage and
customer service apps that can resolve travel issues will also
become more common with 64% of airlines expecting to offer
the service by 2018.
At the airport
Kiosks and beacons will also play a part in delivering a
personalized journey within the airport. Passengers, for
instance, will be able to download content for the flight,
including books and films, from media kiosks to their tablets
or smartphones. More than one fifth (22%) of airlines are
expecting to offer this service by 2018.
Also in its infancy is a ‘virtual concierge’ for passengers
delivering airport shopping to gates and lounges. Around one
in five airlines plans to introduce such a service over the next
three years.
TAILOR MY TRIP
Technology investments by airlines have made a big difference
to the travel experience, but up to now much of that has
been based on a one-size-fits-all approach. Personalisation
opportunities for passengers are still fairly limited, offered by
less than 20% of airlines, according to our survey.
However, there are indications that many airlines are starting
to address personalization by offering passengers a growing
list of technology-based options to tailor their travel both at
the airport and during the flight. In fact, 82% of airlines will be
investing some resources to improve personalisation over the
next three years.
Mobile adoption
In particular, personalization of the journey has been given
a kick start by the strong adoption of smartphones, which
allows anytime, anywhere interaction with passengers. Over
75% of airlines plan major programs to deliver passenger
services through smartphones in the next three years.
Such is the focus on mobile that during that time over five
times as many airlines (67%) will offer a highly personalized
smartphone booking experience compared to today.
INVESTING FOR SATISFIED
PASSENGERS
Solutions to
improve
personalization
Passenger
services via
smartphone
Passenger
services via
social media
Passenger
services via
tablet
82%
30%
52%
16%
76%
22%
63%
42%
31%
92%
85%
73%
Major program
Research & development
% of airlines investing in:
Over 80% of airlines are focused on personalization
7THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 2015
EASE MY ANXIETY
Passengers typically want a stress-free trip and airlines are
deploying more technology-based services to meet that need.
In particular, passengers are switching to mobile apps and
the web for check-in, which give passengers less stress and
more convenience.
This year’s survey indicates 9% of passengers used mobile
check-in (smartphone or tablet), double the figure in last
year’s survey.
While the traditional airport desk will remain the single most
used check-in channel through to 2018, mobile devices will
overtake web check-in as the number two choice with 24% of
passengers using a mobile device compared to 20% checking
in on a laptop or desktop.
Low cost carriers (LCC) are driving the change in behaviour.
Today the proportion of LCC passengers using mobile check-
in (23%) is already close to the predicted global average for
all airlines in 2018.
The high growth in mobile usage indicates a desire by
passengers to use their own technology for check-in as this
is less stressful and gives them more control. Nonetheless,
kiosk use will also grow steadily from 12% of passengers
using kiosks to check-in to 17% by the end of 2018.
Automatic check-in is also set to more than double over
the next three years. Today 22% of airlines have deployed
the system checking-in 4% of passengers. By 2018, 68% of
carriers will have automatic check-in on some routes with
10% of passengers expected to use it.
Bag check-in
Baggage is a stress point for passengers, particularly when
there is a long queue for check-in.
Airlines are addressing the frustration by upping bag-drop
implementations. Since our last survey the number of
carriers offering bag drop has increased from 9% to 17% and
is expected to rise to 74% of airlines by 2018.
82%OF AIRLINES ARE INVESTING IN PROGRAMS
TO IMPROVE PERSONALIZATION OVER THE
NEXT THREE YEARS
Major uptake in self-service check-in
% of passengers checking in
Today By 2018
Smartphone
Kiosk
Desktop/Laptop
Desk
Tablet
Automatic
Other
49%
23%
12%
8%
1%
3%
4%
29%
20%
20%
17%
0%
4%
10%
THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 20158
96%OF AIRLINES WILL PROVIDE FLIGHT STATUS
UPDATES BY 2018
Services on-board
By the end of 2018, the majority of airlines (66%) will offer
wireless internet and multi-media services on passenger
devices, giving passengers greater ability to choose their own
in-flight relaxation and entertainment.
Mobile apps giving passengers the opportunity to book
destination services, such as onward travel from the airport,
are also set to increase rapidly from 6% currently to 44%
in 2018, while in-flight duty free shopping apps will also
increase sharply from 11% to 47%.
KEEP ME POSTED
One way to cut stress levels for passengers is to keep
them informed. Flight status notifications are already well
established and will be offered by almost all airlines by 2018.
Our survey indicates the next wave of information services
will evolve rapidly towards a much more interactive approach
for the majority of airlines.
The focus of these new services over the next three years will
be to use location-based information to solve baggage issues.
For instance, by 2018, 70% of airlines plan to keep passengers
up to date with the location of their baggage, up from just
10% today.
Airlines will also develop information services by using
passenger location to ensure on time boarding with
notifications based on their location. One tenth of airlines
provide these notifications today, rising to 65% over the next
three years.
Kiosks are also developing from their traditional check-in role
to offer a growing range of information and reporting services
to assist passengers, in areas such as lost baggage, transfer
and in times of disruption.
66%Internet on
passenger device
% AIRLINES
IMPLEMENTED
TODAY
% AIRLINES
IMPLEMENTED
BY 2018
% AIRLINES
IMPLEMENTED
TODAY
% AIRLINES
IMPLEMENTED
BY 2018
66%Internet on
passenger device
54%Multimedia on
passenger device
54%Multimedia on
passenger device
52%Mobile services
(voice, SMS, etc)
52%Mobile services
(voice, SMS, etc)
28%
23%
25%
28%
23%
25%
Airlines offering more wireless choice in-flight
9THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 2015
EMPOWERING STAFF
Airlines around the world are investing heavily in their mobile
strategy, but it is not just for passengers. Employees are also
being empowered with mobile devices. Today, 55% of airline
personnel use a smartphone for work tasks, 29% use a laptop
and just below 20% use a tablet. Staff at low cost carriers are
higher users of mobile devices, with 71% of employees using
at least one device, compared to a global average of 60%.
Tablet use growing strongly
Nonetheless, the larger screen of the tablet is driving a clear
shift in this direction by airlines, particularly among frontline
staff, with usage set to double over the next three years to
39%, although smartphones will remain the dominant mobile
device overall among employees.
Today aircraft maintenance is the principal area where staff
benefit from tablets with 57% of airlines deploying them for
this purpose. However, it is among passenger-facing staff that
airlines will be investing in tablets over the next three years.
For instance, usage of tablets on board aircraft will jump from
32% of airlines today to 69% by the end of 2018. In doing so, the
aircraft cabin will become the most common place for airline
staff to use tablets.
Currently cabin crew are using tablets to cut down on paper
forms and receive key information on passengers, for instance
special needs or preferred language.
The next phase for airlines is to develop innovative apps that
allow cabin crew with tablets to differentiate the passenger
experience, such as performing in-flight upgrades.
On the ground, airlines are planning wide scale deployments
of tablets to passenger-facing staff at all contact points in the
airport. In particular, around 50% of airlines will have roving
agents helping passengers complete travel tasks at check-in,
bag-drop and boarding to keep queue lengths down.
Investing in data
To get the most out of their investment in tablets, airlines are
beefing up data collection and processing to provide frontline
staff with the right information at their fingertips.
Major programs in business intelligence will be run by almost
75% of airlines over the next three years and behind the
scenes over 68% of airlines will be investing in data centers to
ensure security and robustness of information.
Airlines are also turning to the cloud to help handle the
rapid growth in apps, the volume of data and to benefit from
greater flexibility and lower costs. SaaS is currently used by
57% of airlines, while Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) is
implemented by 38%. Both are expected to increase by 2018.
Implementation of SaaS will rise to 88%, while IaaS will be
used by 74% of airlines.
% of staff using devices
% of staff using devices
TabletSmartphone
Today
By 2018
Today
73%
54.7%
19.5%
38.9%
By 2018
Smartphone Tablet
Today
54.7%
By 2018
38.9%By 2018
73%
Today
19.5%
Tablet use to double in the next three years
Customer-facing staff to embrace tablets
25%
50%
75%
On-board
Boarding
Aircraft Maintenance
Baggage
Handling
Roaming
Check-in/bag-drop
Transfer Aircraft
Turnaround
Airport security
checkpoints
Premium
lounge
Passenger Operational Today Total by 2018
69%OF AIRLINES WILL PROVIDE TABLETS TO
CABIN CREW IN THE NEXT THREE YEARS
THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 201510
NEW TECH ON THE WAY
While newer technology trends, such as cloud, have already
moved center stage within air transport, others are still on
the fringes and only just starting to make an impact. This
year we took a deeper look at how the Internet of Things,
wearables and beacon technology are going to shape air
travel of the future.
Beacons – showing the way
Beacons, which use Bluetooth as the underlying technology,
are a recent addition to a list of proximity sensing solutions,
including cellular, Wi-Fi, and NFC, which are being used
within the airport to provide a connection to passenger’s
mobile devices.
Currently, around 9% of airlines have experimented with
beacons, mostly in the check-in area, but also at places in the
airport where passengers dwell and transfer between flights.
The most common service provided by airlines is the delivery
of flight and gate information.
Such is the potential of beacons that over the next three years,
the number of airlines starting beacon projects is expected to
soar nearly five-fold to 44%, with wayfinding from check-in to
gate the most common service planned.
Connecting everything
The Internet of Things (IoT) is still in its infancy within air
travel, but is expected to mature fast over the coming years.
As a result, an increasing number of physical items at the
airport, as well as people through the devices they carry, will
add to the amount of data for analytics.
Today, 86% of airlines expect the IoT to provide clear benefits
over the next three years, while only 9% strongly agree that
the IoT presents clear benefits today. Consequently, airlines
are taking a careful approach to investments in this area with
only 16% planning a major project, while 41% will make some
R&D investment.
Check-in is predicted to be the early beneficiary of the IoT with
42% of airlines rating this as their top priority and 56% would
put it in their top three areas to benefit. Two out of five airlines
also put bag-drop within their top three areas of the customer
journey that will benefit from IoT technology.
Caution on wearables
Another technology new to the industry is wearables, which
a number of airlines are starting to trial. In fact our survey
shows only 7% of airlines have so far looked at their potential
to date and this cautious approach will continue over the next
three years.
Uncertainty over the market and products makes it difficult
for airlines to plan and so it is no surprise that the vast
majority of airlines are taking a wait and see approach to this
technology. Those that do have plans are mostly only going to
evaluate wearables as an R&D project.
44%OF AIRLINES PLAN TO LEVERAGE BEACONS
BY 2018
% of airlines planning to leverage beacons to enhance apps
Implemented
Total by 2018
57%8%
14% 49%
40%7%
34%
3
%
5
%
33%
29% 35%
Wayfinding
Flight & gate info
Baggage collection
Walk to gate time
Duty free offers
IoT will present
clear benefits in the
next 3 years
Our organization
understands
the concept of IoT
IoT presents clear
benefits today
We have budget
allocated for
implementation of IoT
IoT will present
clear benefits in the
next 3 years
Our organization
understands
the concept of IoT
IoT presents clear
benefits today
We have budget
allocated for
implementation of IoT
86% 71% 67%
37%
Airlines getting ready for IoT
Beacon-enabled apps: pioneers for the IoT?
11THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 2015
METHODOLOGY
ABOUT SITA’S AIRLINE SURVEY
SITA’s Airline IT Trends Survey, conducted in association
with Airline Business, is well established as the global
benchmarking survey for the airline industry. The SITA
surveys (www.sita.aero/surveys) investigate emerging trends
and technologies that are set to transform the industry in
the years to come. Business intelligence, mobile travel and
passenger management are at the forefront of this change,
and tracking their evolution is an important element in this
survey. Many other emerging and established trends are
tracked, and, as every year, we benchmarked the industry IT
spending in 2015 and beyond.
The survey was first produced in 1999, and was designed
to offer all air transport industry stakeholders the latest
facts, figures and trends related to technology adoption and
spending. Comparisons with previous surveys are made
where appropriate, although the respondent sample may vary
between years.
Questionnaires were sent to a senior IT executive in each of
the top 200 passenger carriers during spring this year. The
survey represents the views and insights of over half of the
top 100 carriers, providing a clear insight into IT strategic
thinking and developments for the industry.
The response to this survey is confidential, and the responses
are received by an independent research company. The data
analysis is based on the aggregated response of all airlines.
RESPONDENTS PROFILE
The respondents this year are passenger airlines including
low cost operators, together with carriers representing
important players in the regional and leisure sector. The
Survey is truly a global one, and we received a significant
response from major carriers in every geographical region.
For more information go to:
www.sita.aero/surveys
Africa/
Middle East
Asia-Pacific
Europe
Americas
25m+
Passengers
Up to 3m
Passengers
10-25m
Passengers
27%
29%
34%
10%
31%
25%
20%
24%
Passengers carried
Regions
3-10m
Passengers
Split of respondents
For further information,
please contact sita by
telephone or e-mail:
Americas
+1 770 850 4500
info.amer@sita.aero
Asia Pacific
+65 6545 3711
info.apac@sita.aero
Europe
+41 22 747 6111
info.euro@sita.aero
Middle East, India & Africa
+961 1 637300
info.meia@sita.aero
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© SITA 2015
All trademarks acknowledged. Specifications subject to change without prior notice. This literature provides outline
information only and (unless specifically agreed to the contrary by SITA in writing) is not part of any order or contract.
SITA AT A GLANCE
The air transport industry is the most dynamic and
exciting community on earth – and SITA is its heart.
	Our vision is to be the chosen technology partner of
the industry, a position we will attain through flawless
customer service and a unique portfolio of IT and
communications solutions that covers the industry’s
every need 24/7.
	We are the innovators of the industry. Our experts
and developers keep it fuelled with a constant stream
of ground-breaking products and solutions. We are
the ones who see the potential in the latest technology
and put it to work.
	Our customers include airlines, airports, GDSs and
governments. We work with around 430 air transport
industry members and 2,800 customers in over 200
countries and territories.
	We are open, energetic and committed. We work in
collaboration with our partners and customers to
ensure we are always delivering the most effective,
most efficient solutions.
	We own and operate the world’s most extensive
communications network. It’s the vital asset that
keeps the global air transport industry connected.
	We are 100% owned by the air transport industry –
a unique status that enables us to understand and
respond to its needs better than anyone.
	Our annual IT surveys for airlines, airports and
passenger self-service are industry-renowned and
the only ones of their kind.
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reserved exclusively for aviation.
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US$1.63 billion.
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Aviation industry IT trends 2015

  • 1. 2015 AIR TRANSPORT INDUSTRY INSIGHTS SITA INSIGHT
  • 2. THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 20152 FOREWORD We have become used to a more personalized experience from interactions in our digital lives. Results from this year’s Airline IT Trends Survey, conducted in association with Airline Business, indicate airlines are shifting from the one-size-fits-all use of IT towards a more tailored approach. The perfect technology combination of mobile, big data analytics, and proximity sensing is enabling airlines to offer passengers better end-to-end travel experiences with more relevant choices and information. Passengers have a strong appetite to use their own connected technologies throughout the journey and never more so than on-board the aircraft. Airlines are satisfying this demand in increasing numbers, as well as equipping cabin staff with both tablets and the data to provide made-to-measure service to passengers as they fly. The Internet of Things promises to propel this forward. Over the next three years, the majority of airlines expect clear benefits from the connectivity of physical assets, but also people and staff through their mobile devices. Innovative airlines gather immense data to measure, manage and improve pain points across the journey from security and immigration checkpoints, to delivering bags efficiently. So expect personalization to more and more define the future of our industry. The key is to offer personalization to passengers in a simple way that amazes rather than frustrates them. As always, we truly appreciate the time and effort our respondents put into participating in this survey and ask for their continued support. It provides a vital perspective, which when coupled with our sister surveys on the technology trends of airports and passengers, gives a unique 360 degree view on how IT is shaping the way people fly. For more information on all our surveys and accompanying features and analysis, visit www.sita.aero/surveys. Francesco Violante CEO, SITA Max Kingsley-Jones Editor, Airline Business
  • 3. 3THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 2015 CONTENTS MAJOR IT SPEND OUTSIDE CIO BUDGETS 4 Where did the money go? 5 Less than 40% of airlines expecting budget increases 5 INVESTING FOR SATISFIED PASSENGERS 6 Tailor my trip 6 Ease my anxiety 7 Keep me posted 8 EMPOWERING STAFF 9 NEW TECH ON THE WAY 10 METHODOLOGY 11 About SITA’s Airline Survey 11 Respondents profile 11
  • 4. THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 20154 MAJOR IT SPEND OUTSIDE CIO BUDGETS With rising revenues, profits and passenger numbers the airline industry was in fairly good shape in 2014 and as a share of revenues, Airlines reported a global average actual operating IT spend of 1.7% for the year. But CIOs are not the only people within airlines spending on communications and IT. This year, for the first time, we investigated the level of airline IT spend that is managed outside of the CIO’s budget and there is compelling evidence that other areas of the airline operation are investing in IT to improve processes and gain efficiencies. In total, including IT spend inside and outside CIO budgets, 2.8% of revenue was spent on IT in 2014 of which 1.1% was capital expenditure. As a global average, our survey indicates around 39% of IT spend is not controlled by the CIO. This indicates the increasing reliance on IT across the business as power and responsibility to invest in technology and communications is devolved away from central IT departments into the business. One contrasting item which is usually seen as being managed outside of the IT department is GDS fees. While the majority of airlines report this is the case, still over one third of airlines (37%) say these are a part of the CIO’s budget (totally or partially). Business support services (65%), functional helpdesk (61%) and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications (54%) are typically funded within. 39%OF 2014 IT SPEND WAS OUTSIDE THE CIO’S BUDGET 63.3% 8.1% 27.3%64.6% GDS fees Completely outside CIO budget 20.5% 16.2% Business support services Partially outside CIO budget Completely within CIO budget $ Significant GDS fee spend within CIO budgets
  • 5. 5THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 2015 WHERE DID THE MONEY GO? In 2014, the largest proportion of operating IT spend (42%) was allocated to the internal IT department, while 36% was typically spent on outsourced services. The remaining 22% was dedicated to external contractors. Interestingly, low cost airlines on average had a much lower internal IT spend (37%) than full service carriers (43%), preferring instead to use external contractors or outsourcing deals to convert capital investment into operating expenses that can be managed more in line with business activity. Just over two-thirds of expenditure (68%) in 2014 was used for service continuity with maintenance making up the greatest proportion. The remaining 32% of IT budgets was dedicated to innovation and enhancing existing investments, split almost equally between software development (17%) and new deployments (15%). LESS THAN 40% OF AIRLINES EXPECT BUDGET INCREASES CIOs are cautious about 2016 with 39% expecting the same budget and 22% planning on a decrease. The remaining 39% are predicting an increase. The need to compete by using new technologies appears to be driving some of the increase, particularly in the passenger area with mobile and tablet applications. Low cost airlines, who typically spend less on IT than full service carriers, are particularly positive with 85% expecting an increase in their operating IT budgets compared to only 35% for full service carriers. It is a similar story with capital IT budgets. Low cost carriers are more confident with 66% of respondents expecting an increase, in contrast to 35% of full service carriers. 28.0% 15.2% 17.3% 12.3% 10.6% 16.6% Maintenance Telecommunications/Network Data Center Devices Software development New deployments Innovation /enriching assets 31.8% % split of IT&T spend Service continuity 68.2% Almost a third of IT spend is on innovation
  • 6. THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 20156 It’s an app world Smartphone apps will offer personalized options before and during travel. Flight discovery is already a well established mobile-based service, but information updates relating to baggage and customer service apps that can resolve travel issues will also become more common with 64% of airlines expecting to offer the service by 2018. At the airport Kiosks and beacons will also play a part in delivering a personalized journey within the airport. Passengers, for instance, will be able to download content for the flight, including books and films, from media kiosks to their tablets or smartphones. More than one fifth (22%) of airlines are expecting to offer this service by 2018. Also in its infancy is a ‘virtual concierge’ for passengers delivering airport shopping to gates and lounges. Around one in five airlines plans to introduce such a service over the next three years. TAILOR MY TRIP Technology investments by airlines have made a big difference to the travel experience, but up to now much of that has been based on a one-size-fits-all approach. Personalisation opportunities for passengers are still fairly limited, offered by less than 20% of airlines, according to our survey. However, there are indications that many airlines are starting to address personalization by offering passengers a growing list of technology-based options to tailor their travel both at the airport and during the flight. In fact, 82% of airlines will be investing some resources to improve personalisation over the next three years. Mobile adoption In particular, personalization of the journey has been given a kick start by the strong adoption of smartphones, which allows anytime, anywhere interaction with passengers. Over 75% of airlines plan major programs to deliver passenger services through smartphones in the next three years. Such is the focus on mobile that during that time over five times as many airlines (67%) will offer a highly personalized smartphone booking experience compared to today. INVESTING FOR SATISFIED PASSENGERS Solutions to improve personalization Passenger services via smartphone Passenger services via social media Passenger services via tablet 82% 30% 52% 16% 76% 22% 63% 42% 31% 92% 85% 73% Major program Research & development % of airlines investing in: Over 80% of airlines are focused on personalization
  • 7. 7THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 2015 EASE MY ANXIETY Passengers typically want a stress-free trip and airlines are deploying more technology-based services to meet that need. In particular, passengers are switching to mobile apps and the web for check-in, which give passengers less stress and more convenience. This year’s survey indicates 9% of passengers used mobile check-in (smartphone or tablet), double the figure in last year’s survey. While the traditional airport desk will remain the single most used check-in channel through to 2018, mobile devices will overtake web check-in as the number two choice with 24% of passengers using a mobile device compared to 20% checking in on a laptop or desktop. Low cost carriers (LCC) are driving the change in behaviour. Today the proportion of LCC passengers using mobile check- in (23%) is already close to the predicted global average for all airlines in 2018. The high growth in mobile usage indicates a desire by passengers to use their own technology for check-in as this is less stressful and gives them more control. Nonetheless, kiosk use will also grow steadily from 12% of passengers using kiosks to check-in to 17% by the end of 2018. Automatic check-in is also set to more than double over the next three years. Today 22% of airlines have deployed the system checking-in 4% of passengers. By 2018, 68% of carriers will have automatic check-in on some routes with 10% of passengers expected to use it. Bag check-in Baggage is a stress point for passengers, particularly when there is a long queue for check-in. Airlines are addressing the frustration by upping bag-drop implementations. Since our last survey the number of carriers offering bag drop has increased from 9% to 17% and is expected to rise to 74% of airlines by 2018. 82%OF AIRLINES ARE INVESTING IN PROGRAMS TO IMPROVE PERSONALIZATION OVER THE NEXT THREE YEARS Major uptake in self-service check-in % of passengers checking in Today By 2018 Smartphone Kiosk Desktop/Laptop Desk Tablet Automatic Other 49% 23% 12% 8% 1% 3% 4% 29% 20% 20% 17% 0% 4% 10%
  • 8. THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 20158 96%OF AIRLINES WILL PROVIDE FLIGHT STATUS UPDATES BY 2018 Services on-board By the end of 2018, the majority of airlines (66%) will offer wireless internet and multi-media services on passenger devices, giving passengers greater ability to choose their own in-flight relaxation and entertainment. Mobile apps giving passengers the opportunity to book destination services, such as onward travel from the airport, are also set to increase rapidly from 6% currently to 44% in 2018, while in-flight duty free shopping apps will also increase sharply from 11% to 47%. KEEP ME POSTED One way to cut stress levels for passengers is to keep them informed. Flight status notifications are already well established and will be offered by almost all airlines by 2018. Our survey indicates the next wave of information services will evolve rapidly towards a much more interactive approach for the majority of airlines. The focus of these new services over the next three years will be to use location-based information to solve baggage issues. For instance, by 2018, 70% of airlines plan to keep passengers up to date with the location of their baggage, up from just 10% today. Airlines will also develop information services by using passenger location to ensure on time boarding with notifications based on their location. One tenth of airlines provide these notifications today, rising to 65% over the next three years. Kiosks are also developing from their traditional check-in role to offer a growing range of information and reporting services to assist passengers, in areas such as lost baggage, transfer and in times of disruption. 66%Internet on passenger device % AIRLINES IMPLEMENTED TODAY % AIRLINES IMPLEMENTED BY 2018 % AIRLINES IMPLEMENTED TODAY % AIRLINES IMPLEMENTED BY 2018 66%Internet on passenger device 54%Multimedia on passenger device 54%Multimedia on passenger device 52%Mobile services (voice, SMS, etc) 52%Mobile services (voice, SMS, etc) 28% 23% 25% 28% 23% 25% Airlines offering more wireless choice in-flight
  • 9. 9THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 2015 EMPOWERING STAFF Airlines around the world are investing heavily in their mobile strategy, but it is not just for passengers. Employees are also being empowered with mobile devices. Today, 55% of airline personnel use a smartphone for work tasks, 29% use a laptop and just below 20% use a tablet. Staff at low cost carriers are higher users of mobile devices, with 71% of employees using at least one device, compared to a global average of 60%. Tablet use growing strongly Nonetheless, the larger screen of the tablet is driving a clear shift in this direction by airlines, particularly among frontline staff, with usage set to double over the next three years to 39%, although smartphones will remain the dominant mobile device overall among employees. Today aircraft maintenance is the principal area where staff benefit from tablets with 57% of airlines deploying them for this purpose. However, it is among passenger-facing staff that airlines will be investing in tablets over the next three years. For instance, usage of tablets on board aircraft will jump from 32% of airlines today to 69% by the end of 2018. In doing so, the aircraft cabin will become the most common place for airline staff to use tablets. Currently cabin crew are using tablets to cut down on paper forms and receive key information on passengers, for instance special needs or preferred language. The next phase for airlines is to develop innovative apps that allow cabin crew with tablets to differentiate the passenger experience, such as performing in-flight upgrades. On the ground, airlines are planning wide scale deployments of tablets to passenger-facing staff at all contact points in the airport. In particular, around 50% of airlines will have roving agents helping passengers complete travel tasks at check-in, bag-drop and boarding to keep queue lengths down. Investing in data To get the most out of their investment in tablets, airlines are beefing up data collection and processing to provide frontline staff with the right information at their fingertips. Major programs in business intelligence will be run by almost 75% of airlines over the next three years and behind the scenes over 68% of airlines will be investing in data centers to ensure security and robustness of information. Airlines are also turning to the cloud to help handle the rapid growth in apps, the volume of data and to benefit from greater flexibility and lower costs. SaaS is currently used by 57% of airlines, while Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) is implemented by 38%. Both are expected to increase by 2018. Implementation of SaaS will rise to 88%, while IaaS will be used by 74% of airlines. % of staff using devices % of staff using devices TabletSmartphone Today By 2018 Today 73% 54.7% 19.5% 38.9% By 2018 Smartphone Tablet Today 54.7% By 2018 38.9%By 2018 73% Today 19.5% Tablet use to double in the next three years Customer-facing staff to embrace tablets 25% 50% 75% On-board Boarding Aircraft Maintenance Baggage Handling Roaming Check-in/bag-drop Transfer Aircraft Turnaround Airport security checkpoints Premium lounge Passenger Operational Today Total by 2018 69%OF AIRLINES WILL PROVIDE TABLETS TO CABIN CREW IN THE NEXT THREE YEARS
  • 10. THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 201510 NEW TECH ON THE WAY While newer technology trends, such as cloud, have already moved center stage within air transport, others are still on the fringes and only just starting to make an impact. This year we took a deeper look at how the Internet of Things, wearables and beacon technology are going to shape air travel of the future. Beacons – showing the way Beacons, which use Bluetooth as the underlying technology, are a recent addition to a list of proximity sensing solutions, including cellular, Wi-Fi, and NFC, which are being used within the airport to provide a connection to passenger’s mobile devices. Currently, around 9% of airlines have experimented with beacons, mostly in the check-in area, but also at places in the airport where passengers dwell and transfer between flights. The most common service provided by airlines is the delivery of flight and gate information. Such is the potential of beacons that over the next three years, the number of airlines starting beacon projects is expected to soar nearly five-fold to 44%, with wayfinding from check-in to gate the most common service planned. Connecting everything The Internet of Things (IoT) is still in its infancy within air travel, but is expected to mature fast over the coming years. As a result, an increasing number of physical items at the airport, as well as people through the devices they carry, will add to the amount of data for analytics. Today, 86% of airlines expect the IoT to provide clear benefits over the next three years, while only 9% strongly agree that the IoT presents clear benefits today. Consequently, airlines are taking a careful approach to investments in this area with only 16% planning a major project, while 41% will make some R&D investment. Check-in is predicted to be the early beneficiary of the IoT with 42% of airlines rating this as their top priority and 56% would put it in their top three areas to benefit. Two out of five airlines also put bag-drop within their top three areas of the customer journey that will benefit from IoT technology. Caution on wearables Another technology new to the industry is wearables, which a number of airlines are starting to trial. In fact our survey shows only 7% of airlines have so far looked at their potential to date and this cautious approach will continue over the next three years. Uncertainty over the market and products makes it difficult for airlines to plan and so it is no surprise that the vast majority of airlines are taking a wait and see approach to this technology. Those that do have plans are mostly only going to evaluate wearables as an R&D project. 44%OF AIRLINES PLAN TO LEVERAGE BEACONS BY 2018 % of airlines planning to leverage beacons to enhance apps Implemented Total by 2018 57%8% 14% 49% 40%7% 34% 3 % 5 % 33% 29% 35% Wayfinding Flight & gate info Baggage collection Walk to gate time Duty free offers IoT will present clear benefits in the next 3 years Our organization understands the concept of IoT IoT presents clear benefits today We have budget allocated for implementation of IoT IoT will present clear benefits in the next 3 years Our organization understands the concept of IoT IoT presents clear benefits today We have budget allocated for implementation of IoT 86% 71% 67% 37% Airlines getting ready for IoT Beacon-enabled apps: pioneers for the IoT?
  • 11. 11THE AIRLINE IT TRENDS SURVEY 2015 | © SITA 2015 METHODOLOGY ABOUT SITA’S AIRLINE SURVEY SITA’s Airline IT Trends Survey, conducted in association with Airline Business, is well established as the global benchmarking survey for the airline industry. The SITA surveys (www.sita.aero/surveys) investigate emerging trends and technologies that are set to transform the industry in the years to come. Business intelligence, mobile travel and passenger management are at the forefront of this change, and tracking their evolution is an important element in this survey. Many other emerging and established trends are tracked, and, as every year, we benchmarked the industry IT spending in 2015 and beyond. The survey was first produced in 1999, and was designed to offer all air transport industry stakeholders the latest facts, figures and trends related to technology adoption and spending. Comparisons with previous surveys are made where appropriate, although the respondent sample may vary between years. Questionnaires were sent to a senior IT executive in each of the top 200 passenger carriers during spring this year. The survey represents the views and insights of over half of the top 100 carriers, providing a clear insight into IT strategic thinking and developments for the industry. The response to this survey is confidential, and the responses are received by an independent research company. The data analysis is based on the aggregated response of all airlines. RESPONDENTS PROFILE The respondents this year are passenger airlines including low cost operators, together with carriers representing important players in the regional and leisure sector. The Survey is truly a global one, and we received a significant response from major carriers in every geographical region. For more information go to: www.sita.aero/surveys Africa/ Middle East Asia-Pacific Europe Americas 25m+ Passengers Up to 3m Passengers 10-25m Passengers 27% 29% 34% 10% 31% 25% 20% 24% Passengers carried Regions 3-10m Passengers Split of respondents
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