Aeropuertos Dominicanos Siglo XXI (Aerodom) has selected ARINC's Global Networks and IT Solutions (GNITS) to deploy an airport messaging and analysis service solution at Las Americas International airport in the Dominican Republic.
The solution will help the airport in transmitting and analysing airline operational data.
As part of the contract, ARINC will deploy an integrated AviNet service solution, which includes Airport Messaging and Messaging Analyst at the airport.
Airport Messaging will provide the required data to the airport's global customers by allowing Aerodom to capture Load Messages (LDM) from all air transport carriers, including passenger and cargo, operating at the airport.
Gathered LDM messages will then be processed by the Messaging Analyst, which carries out statistical analysis of key parameters defined by the customer and facilitates controlling and analysing the received data.
Aerodom technology manager Nelson Guerrero said that the ARINC solution was selected after assessing its capability of capturing operational data from the entire air transport sector operating at Las Americas.
"Their knowledge of operational data content and structure was another reason we chose ARINC," Guerrero said.
The obtained output will allow Aerodom to conduct financial settlement and operations analysis to boost the efficiency of airport.
Aerodom operates six airports within the Dominican Republic, including Las Americas, Gregorio Luperon, Presidente Juan Bosch, Arroyo Barril, La Isabela, Dr. Joaquin Balaguer and Maria Montez.
ARINC Global Networks and IT Solutions vice president Yun Chong said that the company would assist Aerodom in improving airport operations.
"Aerodom recognizes the importance of capturing and analysing airline operational data to improve airport productivity," Chong said.
ARINC is also expecting to expand its services to further Aerodom-operated airports.
Image: ARINC's AviNet service solution will support Aerodom in transmitting and analysing airline operational data at Las Americas International Airport. Photo: courtesy of Lacreta.