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Ink Aviation|26 January 2018

Ink Security

Airports need to control passengers’ airside access. Ink Security runs on handheld devices, desktop PCs with fixed scanners or powers automated gates.

The WEBDCS™ modern departure control system allows excess baggage payments to be taken at the check-in desk with a self-service channel, weight and balance applications, and an advanced passenger information system.

Airports need to control passengers’ airside access. Ink Security runs on handheld devices, desktop PCs with fixed scanners or powers automated gates.

It supports the scanning of boarding passes, passports and even selected national IDs before granting airside access.

Unlike similar solutions, Ink integrates with external systems for validation by the airline or vetting against watchlists.

The solution enforces correct billing and reconciliation of airport fees, a problem in many developing countries where the accuracy of billing airlines for all passengers can mean the difference between operating at a profit or not.

Passengers hate queuing, especially to drop off bags. Ink self-service bag drop significantly reduces waiting times and allows passengers to drop bags in seconds.
Ink Touch has been designed to make life better for your agents, your passengers and your bottom line.
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