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SITA opens new premises in Letterkenny

Vincent Kennedy, SITA Local Area manager, John Flenley, SITA, Vice President of Software Development, Minister of State Joe McHugh TD, Leo Clancy,  Development Manager, IDA and John Nugent, IDA at the official opening of the new SITA building at the IDA Business and Technology Park, Carnamuggagh Lower on Thursday morning. Photo: Donna El Assaad

Vincent Kennedy, SITA Local Area manager, John Flenley, SITA, Vice President of Software Development, Minister of State Joe McHugh TD, Leo Clancy, Development Manager, IDA and John Nugent, IDA at the official opening of the new SITA building at the IDA Business and Technology Park, Carnamuggagh Lower on Thursday morning. Photo: Donna El Assaad

BY C.J.MCGINLEY

SITA, the world’s leading specialist in air transport communications and IT solutions moved to new state-of-the-art premises in Letterkenny today.

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A team of 148 employees work at SITA in Letterkenny delivering technology that is used by the global air transport industry. Almost every airline and airport in the world is a SITA customer and nearly every passenger flight relies on SITA technology.

The new c. 2,100m2 building, over three floors, at the IDA Business & Technology Park, Carnamuggagh Lower, was officially opened today by Minister of State Joe McHugh, TD.

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