Travelers using Narita International Airport (NRT), the primary airport servicing Greater Tokyo, will be able to check-in faster due to the expanded deployment of ARINC common use passenger processing and ARINC self-service kiosks throughout the airport.
The airport recently renewed its existing contract for Rockwell Collins’ ARINC vMUSE™ and ARINC SelfServ™ Kiosks in Terminal 2, and expanded its agreement to include the deployment of ARINC vMUSE and digital signage solutions at the airport’s new Low Cost Carrier (LCC) Terminal 3, which opened earlier this year.
In addition, NRT has expanded the use of Rockwell Collins’ ARINC Managed Services (AMS) to include IT support for the ARINC passenger processing systems and related technologies. With this expansion, Rockwell Collins now provides IT managed services for the airport’s three main terminals.
“Narita is Japan’s second busiest airport, serving 35.5 million travelers each year,” said Paul Hickox, head of Airport Systems Sales for Rockwell Collins.“Passengers using these critical systems will have an easier travel experience and airports will have more efficient operations.”
NRT has been a leader in the deployment of common use technologies in the Asia-Pacific region. The airport has been a Rockwell Collins customer since 2006 and was one of the first to implement self-service for passengers on a large scale.
NRT handles the majority of international passenger traffic to and from Japan. It is also a major connecting point for air traffic between Asia and the Americas.
Source / Author: Rockwel Collins