In order to improve passenger handling efficiency and enhance airport operations for Falcon Aviation Services (FAS), Rockwell Collins have implemented ARINC LocalCheckSM Local Departure Control System (L-DCS).
The new solution will improve passenger experience for both check in boarding, and generates barcoding bag tags for further efficiencies. This will have a significant effect on passenger reconciliation for FAS, who provide aviation services including aircraft charter, management, maintenance and support in the Middle East.
“Rockwell Collins airport solutions are used throughout the world to help airports improve efficiency and enhance operations,” said Paul Hickox, head of Airport Systems Sales for Rockwell Collins. “This win is an excellent example of how we can tailor our solutions to meet the requirements of both large international airports as well as smaller regional airports and private business terminals.”
FAS, based in Al Bateen Executive Airport, have selected the solution for their fleet or helicopters and corporate jets to continue their delivery of high quality and innovative products to their global customer base.
“Over the years, Falcon Aviation has become synonymous with safety, quality and excellent customer service,” said Capt. Raman Oberoi at Falcon Aviation. “We have built a reputation for delivering high-quality products and innovative services to our loyal customers, and Rockwell Collins’ airport solutions are helping us deliver on that promise.”
The ARINC LocalCheckSM Local Departure Control System (L-DCS) offers a versatile mobile system that optimises the entire process from any MUSE® workstation. Highly secure it offers easy interfacing for passport and visa authorization facilities and allows editing of passenger and flight information. The system is entirely configurable, and with fixed pricing it is the ideal common use solution for regional airports and smaller airlines.
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