Last week, Continental Airlines announced new information technology service contracts with EDS and Hewlett-Packard. That announcement came a day after airline tech provider SITA communicated plans to develop a new airline system covering reservations, inventory, ticketing and departure control. SITA said its decision follows "the recent successful migration" at 120 airlines to the company's airfare pricing suite from a legacy, mainframe environment. The Beat's ongoing coverage of airline IT con
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