Philippines’ Clark International Airport (CRK) has turned to Collins Aerospace for a suite of ARINC airport solutions to streamline passenger processing.
These solutions are expected to offer an optimised passenger experience following a projected increase in footfall after the expansion of the airport this year.
The airport has picked a collection of ARINC passenger processing and airport operation solutions for facilitating the flow of passengers through its new Terminal Two.
It also expects to support security and optimisation of airport data by deploying these solutions.
The suite comprises ARINC cMUSETM, ARINC SelfServTM CUSS Kiosk, ARINC AirVueTM, and ARINC AirPlanTM.
As a cloud-based passenger check-in platform, ARINC cMUSETM helps to keep passengers moving and reduce airport congestion.
ARINC SelfServTM CUSS Kiosk supports social distancing as well as contactless initiatives, enabling passengers to avoid long lines.
Being a digital signage solution, ARINC AirVueTM offers updated information to passengers.
ARINC AirPlanTM is a solution that integrates airport operational databases with internal and external systems, along with a resource management system for handling airport operational resources.
In addition, the company will offer ARINC Managed Services to the airport, including 24/7 expert support, tools and technology to keep systems online and productive.
Collins Aerospace Asia-Pacific Regional information management services business operations head Kit Su Lee said: “Clark International Airport was looking for a vendor to support the airport’s expansion plans with three key areas of consideration, timeline for delivery, technical capabilities and a dedicated and experienced local support team.
“We were able to build a custom package for the airport that not only meets that criteria but will also create a more enjoyable travel experience for customers and improve CRK’s capacity and efficiency.”
The complete suite is expected to be deployed and operational by Q3 2021.
Recently, Collins Aerospace completed the installation of its ARINC SelfPass biometrics solution at Haneda Airport in Tokyo, Japan.
Collins Aerospace is a Raytheon Technologies business.