Rockwell Collins ARINC Airports Self-Service Passenger Check-in Systems
Airports and their passengers are constantly evolving. Airports have an ongoing need to adapt, innovate and envision how to meet the needs of an industry where passenger traffic will grow on average 5% per year for decades to come. ARINC Airports offers a range a services and solutions for modern airports.
With a global presence at more than 150 airports, including half of the 20 highest rated in the world, and a reputation as a master communication network integrator, we understand the flow of an airport is the flow of an industry.
A leading provider of self-serve solutions focused on airport operational efficiency, optimised passenger facilitation and enhanced security, ARINC Airports ensures the highest level of innovation and integration. From self-service bag drop to self-service kiosks we are innovators of seamless solutions to make the airport experience as efficient as possible.
Passenger processing solutions
Our passenger processing solutions have been developed to make the most of IT resources and infrastructure to maximise your services. As passenger numbers grow and security requirements change frequently, airport operators are constantly working to keep lines shorter and passengers moving.
With our passenger processing solutions, you can expect to make check-in processes faster for passengers and staff whilst attracting new airlines and routes through reduced service setup costs.
Airport baggage systems
Airport baggage systems can also make significant enhancements to passenger processing and must be seamless, efficient and cost-effective. Off-site, curb side, at the counter or at the kiosk – it doesn’t matter how you check-in, Rockwell Collins’ ARINC baggage solutions lead the way.
Baggage management, bag drop and baggage sorting solutions will help you reduce check-in delays and operational peaks, whilst maximising revenue, resources and security.
Our systems integration expertise means we offer robust, flexible and reliable architectures. By creating airport systems that share data and infrastructure, operations become more efficient and cost-effective. With unsurpassed industry experience we reduce the complexities of airport integration to leverage existing investments with the best systems and technologies available and eliminate problems caused by desperate information sources.
Airport operations management
Gain greater control of your operations through data analysis and airport operations management. Optimising airport operations and communications allows for greater profitability and ultimately improves passenger processing. Enhanced airport business intelligence allows airlines and airports work to provide a seamless travel experience for the passenger, intertwining their operations to be optimally efficient, cost-effective, safe and customer-friendly.
Products and Services
Assessment of 1-to-Many Matching in the Airport Departure Process
The 1-to-Many matching approach is being promoted for use in airports because it removes the requirement for passengers to produce a BCBP or passport.
Middle East Airlines and Airports Benefit from More Choice
ARINC's multimillion dollar investment in the Middle East has helped bring a whole new range of technology alternatives to the region's aviation sector.
AviNet for Mission-Critical Messaging
When it comes to communications in the aviation industry, reliability and security are absolutely crucial.
AviNet Connector for IATA Type B Messaging
ARINC's AviNet Connector is a simple, self-installable Java Software application that enables a customer to easily integrate their messaging applications with the AviNet Messaging Service and leverage the power of ARINC's IATA Messaging Community to their advantage.
ARINC Network & Messaging Services Selected by bmi
A case study presenting bmi's use of ARINC's advanced network and messaging services.
AviNet Mail for IATA Type B Messaging FAQs
ARINC can provide users with an AFTN eight digit address. Carriers with a three letter ICAO code can provide this info to ARINC and ARINC will request an eight digit address On their behalf. For carriers without an ICAO code, ARINC may allocate an eight digit address using ARINC's ICAO designator (XAA), e.g., AFTN address ANPxxxD.
Common Use Passenger Processing
In 2003 at an airline and airport 'summit' meeting in Seattle a group of airlines, airports and technology suppliers began meeting to look at creating this new standard and (after many, many meetings) the goal is nearly complete.
Velana International Airport and Gan International Airport in the Maldives are now using Rockwell Collins’ ARINC vMUSE™ Common Use Passenger Processing System to help speed-up check-ins for passengers and boost operations.Read more
Egypt's El Nouzha Airport (Alexandria International) has implemented a range of Rockwell Collins' ARINC Airports solutions as a part of its plan to overhaul passenger processing and airport operations systems.Read more
Birmingham Airport and its passengers are already enjoying reduced queues and improved passenger check-in with the implementation of Rockwell Collins' Self Bag Drop solution.Read more
It has been announced that Rockwell Collins' ARINC VeriPax passenger reconciliation system has been selected for implementation in 13 Mexican airports by Grupo Aeroportuario del Centro Norte (OMA).Read more
In 2007, IATA released the Fast Travel initiative, a six point programme giving the passenger more control over his or her journey, which encompasses: self check-in, bags ready-to-go, document check, self boarding, flight rebooking and bag recovery.Read more
It has been announced that Korea Airports Corporation (KAC) has selected Rockwell Collins' ARINC vMUSE™ common use passenger processing solution (CUPPS) for all 14 of its South Korean domestic airports.Read more
At Airport Show Dubai 2017, Rockwell Collins will be showcasing its growing portfolio of end-to-end solutions for airports worldwide that will transform the passenger experience on Stand 5450.Read more
Rockwell Collins has upgraded its biometric identity services with the integration of facial recognition technology into its self-service bag drop solution.Read more
Italy's Napoli International Airport (NAP) is the first European airport to install the latest Rockwell Collins M Series Plus self-service bag drop units.Read more
Rockell Collins has introduced its next-generation, cloud-native common use passenger processing system (CUPPS), ARINC cMUSE.Read more
The UK's London Luton Airport (LLA) will now see simplified and streamlined baggage check-in processes, due to the recent installation of Rockwell Collins' touchless T-Series bag drop solution - the first of its kind in the UK.Read more
Over 170 airports, airlines and ground handlers around the globe rely on Rockwell Collins ARINC integrated airport solutions.Read more
Over 50% of Star Alliance’s economy class passengers are using Rockwell Collins self-service solutions to speed processing.Read more
Falcon Aviation has implemented Rockwell Collins' ARINC LocalCheckSM Local Departure Control System (L-DCS) to automate the check-in process for the company's fleet of helicopters and corporate jets.Read more
Rockwell Collins’ Common Use Systems Aim to Streamline Passenger Experience in New International Terminal at YYC
YYC Calgary International Airport recently opened the doors of its new $1.6bn international terminal. The new facility doubles the size of the existing airport terminal and features Rockwell Collins' common use self-service technology, which is designed to streamline passenger check-in for international travellers using YYC.Read more
Passengers at Berlin Schönefeld Airport (SXF) will experience faster check-in times with the installation of a new common use passenger processing solution (CUPPS), ARINC vMUSE, from Rockwell Collins.Read more
Whether improving the flow of passengers through the check-in process or reducing costs through shared resources, both Cork and Dublin airports and their passengers will benefit from the recent selection of Rockwell Collins' ARINC vMUSE™ common-use passenger processing platform (CUPPS).Read more
ARINC AirTQM™ Mobile Turnaround Tool Introduced by Rockwell Collins to Improve Aircraft On-Time Performance
Many aviation-related delays, such as those caused by adverse weather, are uncontrollable, but some can now be better managed by using ARINC AirTQM™, Rockwell Collins' new real-time aircraft turnaround tool.Read more
Rockwell Collins announced a series of major improvements to its ARINC airport back office solutions aimed at streamlining passenger processing, enhancing operations and helping airports accommodate the increased demand for air travel services.Read more
Rockwell Collins has announced that Billund Airport has selected the company's ARINC AviNet Enterprise Hub (eHub) as its cloud-based messaging service.Read more
TUI UK and Ireland selects Rockwell Collins’ ARINC AviNet® Airport for Thomson Airways Passenger Processing and Departure Control
TUI UK and Ireland, the parent company of Thomson Airways, has awarded Rockwell Collins a new five-year contract for its ARINC AviNet® Airport high-performance network services.Read more
AHS Aviation Handling Services selects Rockwell Collins’ ARINC AviNet Enterprise Hub Messaging Service
Rockwell Collins has announced that AHS Aviation Handling Services has selected the company's ARINC AviNet Enterprise Hub (eHub) as its cloud-based messaging service.Read more
Glasgow Airport Signs New Five-Year Contract with Rockwell Collins for ARINC vMUSE™ Common Use Passenger Processing System
Rockwell Collins announced that Glasgow Airport, through the common use terminal equipment (CUTE) club, has signed an agreement to install more than 150 of the company's ARINC vMUSE™ common use passenger processing system (CUPPS) workstations in the airport.Read more
Edinburgh Airport Signs Renewal Agreement for Rockwell Collins Common Use Passenger Processing Platform
Rockwell Collins announced that Edinburgh Airport, through its common use terminal equipment (CUTE) club, has signed a five-year renewal contract for Rockwell Collins' ARINC vMUSE™ common use passenger processing systems (CUPPS).Read more
Rockwell Collins announced that Cardiff Airport (CIAL) has signed an agreement to install the company's common use hosted kiosk solution.Read more
Aberdeen International Airport Signs New Five-Year Contract with ARINC vMUSE™ Passenger Processing System
Rockwell Collins announced that Scotland's Aberdeen International Airport has signed an agreement to install the company's ARINC vMUSE™ common use passenger processing system (CUPPS) workstations throughout the airport.Read more
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport Expands Use of Rockwell Collins Common Use Passenger Processing and Self Service Solutions
Rockwell Collins announced today that it has completed the expansion of the company's ARINC common use passenger processing systems (CUPPS) and common use self service (CUSS) solutions at the major East African hub airport of Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, KenyaRead more
Rockwell Collins Signs New Five-Year Agreement with Heathrow AOC for ARINC Passenger Processing Services
Heathrow AOC, through the AOC Shared Systems Board, has awarded Rockwell Collins, through its recent acquisition of ARINC, a five-year contract that will place the company’s latest ARINC vMUSE™ Common Use Passenger Processing System (CUPPS) in all four common-use terminals at LHR, one of the world’s busiest airports.Read more
ARINC EMEA scooped a highly commended accolade in the 'technology implementation of the year' category in the prestigious Aviation Business Awards 2013 held during the Dubai Air Show this week. ARINC's Regional Director for EMEA, Tony Lynch and his team based in Dubai and Cairo were endorsed for their work in the implementation of new airport processing systems at RAS Al Khaimah Airport (RAK International).Read more
ARINC Incorporated today announced that its AviNet Airport network service is being used by airlines and airport operators in over 100 airports around the world.Read more
ARINC Incorporated, a global leader in passenger processing solutions, has completed the implementation of systems at the RAK International Airport, part of the multi-million dollar deal signed a year ago. The systems 'go live' on 1 October.Read more
ARINC Incorporated today announced that it has been awarded a five-year contract to implement its eBorders advanced passenger information system (APIS) for Maldives international airports by the country's Department of Immigration and Emigration.Read more
ARINC today announced that its long-time customer Ufa International Airport (UFA) has renewed its contract for ARINC's iMUSE solution at its airport. UFA is the primary airport serving Ufa, the capital of Bashkortostan, and is the ninth largest airport in Russia.Read more
Aegean Airlines Select ARINC’s AviNet Airport Integrated Network Solution for Heathrow, Munich and Brussels Airports
ARINC has announced that Aegean Airlines has selected its AviNet Airport for network connectivity at three airports. As is common with many airlines in the Europe Middle East African (EMEA) region, Aegean Airlines, a current ARINC customer, required reliable and cost-effective access to its Amadeus ALTEA DCS from the airports where ARINC's MUSE and SelfServ platforms are operational.Read more
ARINC today announced that long-time customer Bratislava M R Stefanika Airport (BTS) has signed a two year contract to continue its use of ARINC's iMUSE platform. BTS is the largest international airport in the Slovak Republic.Read more
ARINC Incorporated today announced it has won a major three year contract to install its industry-leading passenger processing solution vMUSE at five regional airports in Egypt including Sharm El Sheikh, Luxor, Aswan, Borg El Arab and Abu Simbel. The ARINC vMUSE platform is fully compliant with the IATA CUPPS standard for common-use passenger systems.Read more
ARINC today announced the launch of ARINC AviNet Mail Enterprise Hub (eHub) for the Air Transport Community. eHub is a multi-user web-based service that gives aviation organizations a robust messaging environment for all of their communications needs.Read more
ARINC is delighted to be expanding its presence supporting airlines and airports in the Middle East, in parallel with its heightened business aviation activities and is well placed to take advantage of the massive growth expected in the region between now and 2020.Read more
ARINC Incorporated, has won a multi-million dollar, ten-year contract to implement multiple airport systems at Ras Al Khaimah International Airport in the UAE. The project, which involves the design, supply and installation of ARINC's core suite of airport passenger processing solutions, as well as advanced airport operational systems, will include state-of-the-art, common use passenger processing systems (CUPPS) and boarding operations at the expanding airport.Read more
ARINC Incorporated announced that it has signed a letter of intent with Virgin Atlantic Airways to supply its new on-board Wi-Fi solution, Cabin Connect, to the airline. Virgin Atlantic is the first customer to sign for the new offering and will introduce the service to its passengers on a trial basis on three Airbus A330 aircraft commencing in early 2013.Read more
Cathay Pacific Chooses ARINC to Implement Airline Industry’s Most Significant Flight Deck Technology Upgrade in More than 30 Years
ARINC Incorporated has announced that Cathay Pacific Airways, one of the most highly respected airlines in the world, will implement an advanced information management system into its full fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft.Read more
Cathay Pacific Chooses ARINC to Implement Airline Industry’s Most Significant Flight Deck Technology Upgrade in More than 30 Years
ARINC Incorporated announced today that Cathay Pacific Airways, one of the most highly respected airlines in the world, will implement an advanced information management system into its full fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft. This deployment represents the airline industry's most significant upgrade in flight deck communications technology in more than 30 years and exemplifies Cathay Pacific's ongoing commitment to the use of information technology as a means to improve flight operations. It is the first of its kind in Asia.Read more
ARINC Incorporated was recently named the official provider of air and maritime border security solutions for the government of the Dominican Republic. The announcement was made at a press conference held in Santo Domingo at the national Immigration Agency headquarters.Read more
At the invitation of the Peruvian Ministry of Interior, ARINC Incorporated served as the key industry expert on border security at the 1st Annual International Congress on Border Security Solutions and Experiences to Combat Transnational Crime, held 24-25 May in Lima, Peru. The discussion was chaired by Peruvian minister of the interior Daniel Lozada Casapía and director of intelligence Eduardo Arbulu Gonzalez.Read more
ARINC Incorporated today announced it has reached a milestone with the deployment of its 50th AIM security system to protect critical infrastructure at sites across North America.Read more
ARINC Incorporated has announced that UK-based Menzies Aviation has signed a contract to use ARINC's AviNet Mail as its primary messaging platform.Read more
CanJet Airlines, Canada's largest full-service charter airline, has chosen the ARINC Electronic Borders portfolio of solutions to meet new Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) advanced passenger information (API) and passenger name record (PNR) reporting requirements. The new proprietary reporting guidelines were created by CBSA in response to privacy and data quality concerns.Read more
ARINC is entering the EMEA physical security market in 2012, and is launching its advanced information management (AIM) security platform to protect critical infrastructure.Read more
With tens of thousands of football fans arriving in Poland to attend the EURO 2012 tournament this summer, Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport will be ready to handle its share of the visitors.Read more
ARINC has announced the successful deployment of its advance passenger information system (APIS) messaging service to support a pilot advance passenger information (API) message transmission project, for the Cyprus police and civil registry and migration department within the Ministry of Interior.Read more
ARINCS's multimillion dollar investment in the Middle east has helped bring a whole new range of technology alternatives to the region's aviation sector.Read more
Lleida-Alguaire Airport, a major winter gateway to the skiing resorts of the Pyrenees, handled thousands more vacationers this winter season thanks to economical new passenger technologies delivered by ARINC Incorporated and Spanish IT specialist Ikusi.Read more
ARINC has announced the deployment of its advance passenger information system (APIS) messaging service to support message transmission to the Netherlands Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations.Read more
ARINC celebrates the tenth anniversary of its highly successful AviNet® Mail messaging service for the air transportation industry this month.Read more
ARINC has announced that it has taken over the support and maintenance of 48 common-use self-service (CUSS) kiosks used by international airlines at London Gatwick Airport.Read more
As airlines and air navigation service providers (ANSPs) in Europe face a mandate to equip aircraft and the supporting ground infrastructure with aeronautical telecommunications network (ATN) data link capability for air traffic control, ARINC has announced that it has deployed next-generation technology to help meet the European demand for higher message volume and the certification of carriers' ATN equipment.Read more
In a major competitive win, ARINC has been awarded the contract for passenger check-in and departure systems at the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport, currently under construction.Read more
Star Alliance and ARINC have completed the testing for a new check-in technology that provides fast common-use bag drop capability.Read more
ARINC has announced the launch of a new Intelligence-Led Border Management System by its Europe, Middle East & Africa office. The system will enable state border agencies to cost-effectively manage security risks, and facilitate the flow of passengers through airports and other border check points.Read more
ARINC has announced it has completed a major installation of 189 new self-service passenger kiosks at terminals 1, 3, and 4 of London Heathrow Airport, the world's busiest international airport.Read more
Singapore — Seven major Asian airlines have recently signed up for cost-effective AviNet AirportSM wide-area network service from ARINC. The Asia-Pacific division of ARINC has announced Air China, Air Macau, Asiana Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways, China Southern, DragonRead more