Brazil’s Tancredo Neves International, one of the largest in the country, has implemented a Rockwell Collins’ ARINC vMUSE solution that is set to improve airport passenger processing.
The Common Use Passenger Processing Solution (CUPPS), will deliver an enhanced experience for travellers, while ensuring cost-optimisation for the airport.
In addition, BH Airport, the company that manages Tancredo Neves International, will also be implementing Rockwell Collins’ leading ARINC SelfServ kiosks. ARINC SelfServ further streamlines the check-in process in airports with self service operation, allowing passengers to arrive at the airport with pre-printed boarding passes, and by-pass the traditional, dedicated, airline-specific check-in counters.
Adriano Pinho, infrastructure director for BH Airport, said, ‘CNF, one of the main hubs in Brazil, is experiencing rapid passenger growth. We want to be a new gateway to enter Brazil and Rockwell Collins’ ARINC airport solutions are enabling us to provide services that allow us to cost-effectively handle the increase in passengers as we grow.’
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