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  1. Collins Aerospace
1 June 2012

ARINC in the Middle East

ARINC Middle East
ARINC at Airport Show Dubai.

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’s growing presence in the region means that companies can now enjoy a strong alternative for their aviation technology solutions, with competitive pricing, cost-effective solutions and full commitment. ARINC’s newest marketing campaign choices endorse that message.

"What we constantly hear from customers is how other suppliers tend to provide what they want the customer to have. That’s not how we operate. We aim to give customers exactly what they want, tailored to their needs," says Tony Lynch ARINC’s regional director for the Middle East.

This ‘can do’ philosophy has helped ARINC bolster its customer base for both messaging solutions and airport systems. ARINC’s global VHF infrastructure is growing fast in the Middle East and Indian subcontinent, enabling airlines to utilise ARINC’s low-cost ACARS network worldwide and with the capability to add ARINC’s exclusive HF data link network to their aircraft capability, they will benefit from 100% coverage for all operational applications.

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.
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