The major Canadian airline, CanJet, choose ARINC Electronic Borders to meets new requirements set down by the Canada Border Services Agency. The new guidelines were created in response data privacy concerns
ARINC's AIM security platform is the most advanced of its kind, offering users integrated control of security systems over a given site. Operated from a single workstation, the system offers the utmost efficiency and space-saving features
Good news for passengers as ARINC unveil their specialist online check-in system, miFlight Web. The product is aimed at smaller airports or aviation providers who don't not have their own web based check-in system in place
ARINC's latest self-service baggage drop and web check-in technologies will be demonstrated at this year's Terminal Expo, 18-20 April in Vienna. The technologies are expected to improve the passenger experience across the industry.
In preparation for EURO 2012 in Poland, Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport are employing ARINC to install advanced passenger check-in technologies that handle increased traffic.
Suppliers of airport communication systems and integration technologies, ARINC, share their "Ask the Expert" response to a question regarding CUPPS and the relationship with legacy applications.
The latest installation of ARINC's Advanced Passenger Information System has taken place in Cyprus, aiding boarder control processing. The use of the technology is expected to improve security and enable passengers to pass through checks quicker
Working in collaboration with Ikusi, ARINC have proposed a remotely hosted check-in and departure system for Lleida-Alguaire Airport in Spain. Passengers are set to benefit from better service in peak operating times.
ARINC has announced the roll out of its Advance Passenger Information System (APIS) messaging service to aid message transmission to the Netherlands Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations
Global provider of messaging services for the aviation industry, ARINC, this month celebrate their AviNet Mail application, which has been running for ten years. The services is used industry wide, that's 50% of global Type B messaging traffic