Collins Aerospace

Self-Service Passenger Check-in Systems

Pegasus One, Pegasus Place, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 9AY, United Kingdom

Pegasus One, Pegasus Place, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 9AY, United Kingdom



Services and Solutions for Modern Airports

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.

Self-serve solutions

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.

Systems integration

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.

ACI Priorities for Commercial Airports in 2018

Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) CEO and president Kevin Burke offered an insight into the airport industry and the council's priorities during a Q&A with Connected Aviation Today.

vMUSE Installed at Eight Mexican Airports

Rockwell Collins’ ARINC vMUSE has been chosen by Grupo Aeroportuario del Centro Norte (OMA) to be installed at eight Mexican airports aiming to improve resource availability, as well as check-in and gate processing.

NAC Develops Smart Airports Goal

The National Airports Corporation (NAC) of Papua New Guinea has renewed its contract with Rockwell Collins for ARINC Airport Solutions at Jacksons International Airport in Port Moresby.

Four Trends for Airports in 2018

Rockwell Collins airport systems vice-president Christopher Forrest released an article featuring his predictions for the top airport trends in 2018.

The Role of Biometrics in Modern Airports

Biometrics is used more widely as a way of enhancing security in modern airport environments, with large airports and airlines trialling biometric technology.

All About Data

Service providers are gaining access to new data sources to develop airport technology to be more efficient, mobile, operational and productive to meet passenger demands and gain revenue.

Rockwell Collins Airports Team Showcasing at FTE and APEX 2017

We were pleased to present our airport solutions on Stand C4 at FTE Global 2017, 8 September 2017 at the Mandalay Resort, Las Vegas, US. We will also be showcasing the latest cabin and connectivity solutions to enhance passenger experience on two stands at this years’ Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX).

vMUSE CUPPS Selected by Korea Airports Corporation

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.

ARINC Recognised For its Work at RAK International Airport

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).

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.

Egyptian Airports Company Awards ARINC CUPPS Contract for Five Regional Airports

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.

ARINC Launches AviNet Mail Enterprise Hub

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.

ARINC Strengthens Its Presence at Middle East Airports

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.

Ras Al Khaimah International Airport UAE Awards ARINC Major Ten-Year Contract

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.

Virgin Atlantic Airways Contracts with ARINC for Onboard Wi-Fi Services

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.

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.

ARINC to Provide Border Security Solutions in the Dominican Republic

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.

ARINC Serves as Industry Expert to Peruvian Conference on International Border Security

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.

CanJet Airlines Chooses ARINC for Canada’s New Border Security Requirements Annapolis

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.

ARINC in the Middle East

Airports and airlines in the Middle East are reaping the benefits that come with having a choice of suppliers. In the past, airports and airlines in this region have had less choice than those in other parts of the world.

ARINC Demos Self-Service ExpressDrop at PTE 2012

ARINC EMEA is demonstrating the self-service version of its ExpressDrop common use bag drop for the first time at Passenger Terminal Expo (PTE), 18-20 April 2012, Vienna, at stand 3050.

ARINC and Airtel Deploy Next-Generation Routers to Support EUROCONTROL Mandate for ATN

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.

ARINC’s EMEA Unit Launching New Intelligence-Led Border Management System

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.

Collins Aerospace

Pegasus One

Pegasus Place

Crawley

West Sussex, RH10 9AY

United Kingdom

+44 1293 641 200 www.airportknowledge.com