Collins Aerospace to install ARINC solutions at Clark International Airport in the Philippines

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AirlinerClark International Airport (CRK) in Pampanga, Philippines, has selected a suite of Collins Aerospace ARINC airport solutions to help provide a seamless passenger experience for the increased number of travelers expected to pass through the airport following its 2021 expansion. Collins Aerospace is a Raytheon Technologies business. CRK selected a suite of ARINC passenger processing and airport operation solutions to move passenger flow through its new Terminal Two while helping to keep airport data optimised and secure. The suite includes:

  • ARINC cMUSE: Cloud-based passenger check-in platform designed to keep passengers moving and ease airport congestion
  • ARINC SelfServ CUSS Kiosk: Enables passenger to bypass long lines and supports both social distancing and contactless initiatives
  • ARINC AirVue: Digital signage solution to provide passengers with up-to-date information
  • ARINC AirPlan: A sophisticated solution integrating airport operational databases with internal and external systems, as well as a resource management system for managing airport operational resources.
  • ARINC Managed Services: Provides 24/7 expert assistance, tools and technology to keep systems online and productive

“Clark International Airport was looking for a vendor to support the airport’s expansion plans with three key areas of consideration — timeline for delivery,  technical capabilities, and a dedicated and experienced local support team,” said Kit Su Lee, Asia-Pacific regional head of operations for Collins Aerospace’s Information Management Services business. “We were able to build a custom package for the airport that not only meets that criteria but will also create a more enjoyable travel experience for customers and improve CRK’s capacity and efficiency.”

Bi Yong Chungunco, chief executive officer of Luzon International Premiere Airport Development Corp, the operator for Clark International Airport said, “We are excited to be partnering Collins Aerospace to provide the suite of passenger service solutions to Clark International Airport in its journey to be a world class airport in the Philippines and beyond. With these solutions, passengers will have a smooth, seamless, and stress-free passenger journey with new 24/7 self-service check-in facilities and digital way-finding screens.”

All solutions are expected to be installed and operational by the third quarter of 2021.

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