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GENEVA, SWITZERLAND – 11 November 2003 – The first trial of a prototype web-service has been used over 10,000 times by travellers checking flight status information at Geneva International Airport.


Following the recommendation of the Dot Aero Council on October 16, 2003, SITA has decided that the current reservation of IATA location codes for airports will remain unchanged until February 2004.


WASHINGTON, DC, The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) announced today the launch of its new website utilizing the .AERO domain. The new site, www.GAMA.aero, is one of the first in the world to use the Internet domain name dedicated to a specific industry and is exclusively reserved for aviation and aerospace-related entities and individuals.

The site has several tools that will facilitate information sharing and collaboration among GAMA's committees and its member companies in an easy to use and fast format.


SriLankan Airlines became one of the first airlines in the world to migrate to the new Internet domain ".aero" that has been created for the specific use of the aviation industry.

From June 1, 2003, SriLankan Airlines' corporate website changed from www.srilankan.lk to www.srilankan.aero.


Following the adoption of over 3,000 .aero domain names in the first year of its existence by members of the aviation community, SITA has established a .aero initiative that will allow passengers to benefit from simplified access to critical online information regarding their travel arrangements. Currently passengers searching online must navigate through complex web sites and search engines before finding the information specific to their flight.