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ARINC Airports

Keeping passengers moving. Keeping operations flowing.

As the modern traveler evolves so too do airports. There is a need for airports to adapt, innovate and envision how to meet the needs of an industry where passenger traffic will grow on average 5 percent per year for decades to come. With a global presence at more than 1000 airports, including half of the 20-highest rated in the world, a foothold as a leading provider of self-serve solutions, and a reputation as a master communication network integrator, we understand the flow of an airport is the flow of an industry. Operational efficiency. System flexibility. Communications interoperability. Cost optimisation. Information security. Passenger safety

 

Passenger Processing Solutions

Mobile and cloud-based solutions to keep people moving

  • Make check-in processes faster for passengers and staff.
  • Attract new airlines and routes through reduced service setup costs.
  • Make the most of IT resources and infrastructure to maximise your services.

 

Airport Operation Solutions

Delivering enhanced business intelligence

  • Improve the passenger experiences.
  • Optimise communications to drive your business forward.
  • Allow greater control of your operations through data analysis.

 

Self Service Solutions

Seamless, efficient and cost effective

  • Reduce check-in delays.
  • Improve efficiency and minimise operational peaks.
  • Maximise revenue, increase security and optimise resources.

 

System Integrations

No challenge is too complex

  • Leverage existing investments with he best systems and technologies available.
  • Improve efficiency and cost-effectiveness through shared data and infrastructure.
  • Eliminate problems caused by desperate information sources and inoperable networks.
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