International Airlines Group has awarded a competitive contract to replace the existing check-in system at John F Kennedy International Airport (Terminal 7) to Rockwell Collins, it has been announced.
Terminal 7, utilised by more than 10 international carriers, will see the implementation of Rockwell Collins’ ARINC vMUSE, its’ reliable Common Use Passenger Processing platform (CUPPS) to deliver an enhanced experience for passenger check-in and baggage processing.
“JFK is the busiest international airport gateway into the United States and Terminal 7 is a premier location for flights into and out of the U.S.,” said Paul Hickox, head of Airport Systems Sales for Rockwell Collins. “ARINC vMUSE provides the type of services—like a fast and convenient check-in experience – that international travelers have come to expect from the world’s leading airports.”
Use of the respected ARINC AviNet network is also included within the contract, providing fast and efficient communications for flight operations and other messaging to increase operational efficiency and productivity.
For more on this story and to find out about more Rockwell Collins news click here.
Previous Airport News
Rockwell Collins’ Augusto de Macedo Santos, takes a deeper look at the regional aviation implementations of Latin America and the Caribbean, and discusses the way that the latest technological advancements are paving the way for an increase in security and passenger facilitation.