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ARINC Unveils miFlight Web – The First Web Check-In Application for Multiple Airlines at PTE Vienna
Category: Check-In Technologies | 20/04/2012 - 03:13:40
ARINC is unveiling miFlight Web, the industry’s first truly common use web based check-in for multiple airlines, at Passenger Terminal Expo in Vienna. A demonstration can be seen on ARINC’s stand 3050.
miFlight Web is aimed at smaller leisure and charter airlines, airports or handling agents who do not have their own web check-in but want to offer this increasingly popular check-in application for their passengers to manage their travel. The simple to use interface can be branded to each customer’s specification.
Web Based Check-In Services
miFlight Web provides a single platform from which airports or handling agents can perform web based check-in services for multiple airlines, making it particularly attractive for remote check-in services provided at hotels and conference centres. A launch customer has already been secured in Asia for a remote check-in service.
miFlight Web is built on ARINC’s `multi-channel passenger processing platform`, which provides the front end to connect to the Departure Control Systems (DCS) used by airlines and ground handlers.
miFlight Web can accommodate an unlimited number of DCS and ARINC has already connected 12 different DCS with the number being continually added to. The miFlight Web demonstration at PTE is connected to LDCS used by many charter airlines and shows the passenger journey from home check-in through to boarding the aircraft.
With miFlight Web users can check the status of flights and check-in to flights on the connected airlines. Passengers can select seats where airlines provide this function, manage their APIS information so it is automatically sent to the destination country at check-in for flights requiring it.